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Unformatted text preview: as 7__J____, BioElOO— Spring 2008 Midterm (80 pts) Name: T or F 1. “T Beneficence justifies some human experimentation wherein there are risks. 2. S Bribery is allowed in some countries in global business. . _ . 3. T Rule Utiiitarianisrn could advocate not telling a lie even though by telling ' Hub Wm" some harm could result. 4. 'T Slippery slope theory anticipates that some reasonable act might lead to a bad consequence. 5. '? Company secrets include patents. 6. '1 A perpetrator can avoid sexual harassment charges if they claim that they were just kidding. . 7. T The ordering of importance or the ranking of prirna facie priorities depends on the situation. 8. 'T Telling a lie might be non—malfeasance but is unethical according to Kantian duty. 9. T Censorship of Internet material in the US. is considered a first amendment violation. 10. T A professional engineer at company B notes wrng doing by company A, but that wrong doing does not put the public at risk. This engineer should be i guided by the whistleblower rules rather than the professional code. 11._'i' The primary tool for resolving conflicting duties is the Justice axioms. 12. 1F Islam’s views of the environment protection are similar to Christian beliefs that the environment is meant to serve human kind. 13. T Expansion of the moral community includes considering the earth and animals as part of ethical doctrines. 14. i The issuance of the Belmont Report was the basis for the US. rules for the protection human research subjects. 15. "i: Act Utilitarianism is the common form of the philosophy that shows the prima t'acie importance of autonomy. 16. l Hobbes believed we all need government to control our freedom as the I world was basically destined for chaos. 17. I t Ecofeminism is an ideology that makes women dominant over men. 18. T’- The prime. facie priority of advancing one self is part of the Golden Rule. 19. "F Hincentrisrn and anthropocentrism refer to oppoeing views on human experimentation. 20. it” The Harnmurabi Code gives guidelines for animal experimentation. Multiple choice (circle correct answer) 21. On the way to class at which you are to give a lecture, you see an injured student. Which of the following tools is most applicable to your decision making? a. Stakeholder list 1). Golden Rule c. Credo fl} Prima facie priorities e. Holden mean 22. Plagiarism for copying another student's homework assignment can result in which of the following; choose the best answer. a. F grade in the course. b. Loss of credit for that assignment c. Expulsion from some colleges. (1. A referral to the college disciplinary committee. c. Any of the above except c. CE} All of the above g. None of the above 23. Which ot'the following is a justice theory strategy for making a just decision on who should receive the only gas mask during a bioterrorist attack. a. Merit or status 1). Contribution @ Random selection {drawing straws) at. Free market value of the individual e. Ability f. Potentiai to benefit others 24. Circle thoSe principles or theories that are in conflict most often in corporate ethics (select only one of the pairs). 8.. Utilitarianism and intergenerational risk @2- Duty and virtue e. Virtue and beneficence d. Nonmalfeasanee and consequentialisrn e. Kant and duty 25. (4 pts) Define [he following terms (one sentence each): Slippery slope _ , My -» £1- ‘v'.€_\/L A Yumxwibw. cltc+ Mfg-M \Qmi to \O‘V‘A ' \b ‘1 L623 The Olden mean _ a , W _ g ileum. fine-l «kw: arX'mMi‘n oi WWW; M“ u N "\m-L'} iii—HG— iwli—Cwmm-h Wk Eminent domain n f/rkmfl‘r'i {Ell w Sfitm EjCNF'g'u-WM‘QM" \Me‘: .1 _- ~— 7331': A Km: JR; Tori/\tt‘» H‘s/xv“ 4—; Tragedy of the commons _ I. O M Hr I 45‘: Jam ‘ @MMB N'Wabsvxm / ?'¢9?W:'1 a \f .K at; “ma, 9. V‘mm’, ‘Tle::3uvwifi-/ PWVW’J 26. (3pts) A city proposes to build a hospital in order to provide better health care for its residents, The plans involve the destruction of a house whose owner is adamantly opposed to leaving. (a) What moral pn'nciple is being violated? Whamth (b) What would a utilitarian say about the proposal? linen gawk 3H: MUS \ 'Y’UYP‘Wi 27. (6 pts) Genetic modification of plants and animals State and give a short explanation (I sentence) of three methods discussed in class. (a) W? aftewri. Cami-ein‘twd Egg-ignflfbiblfa‘h‘é- MVLUHLM, L‘G‘iaavf'l‘lm‘ filling». m\“€;—,§;‘€,fll Militia imagiiwu (b) ' (C) 28. ( 3pts) Discuss the difference between Christianity and Buddhism with regard to VieWS of environment.(20 wds total). C'hwifijhfilmtfi — tut mime. Mimi/(43m Bettye. mgwk %vxdolkbM “ New ‘i‘ififixflclrlzésfiif'iiri‘l’ke €va \Eavottlem‘t {Lvt‘jsfl \Ni'u'g ‘Y’Vu‘fljl \Z:> eidcal 29. (5 pts) Name 5 of the 7 prima facie priorities, a We (fLCL‘ exile-CL “Qit'lQlfiAi—z‘zdfky’fl-HORI We " “is, b :chbfi (a? “Efv'kd‘LE-«Aflij 337g} ~— IWKT,¥£NEM%T;? (lo-cu * Mal—E-«Zagtht. Ia t-t C d 30. (11 pts) Matching- please write the corresponding letter next to each term (not every letter needs to be used and letters can be repeated) Kant “o a. justice Distribution of goods a b. duty Keeping a promise‘o c. autonomy Anthropocentrism (A d. carbon dioxide Taxation in e. GMOs Locke i f. rules ethics Kyoto protocol <3 d g. Christianity Biooentrism V- h. utilitarianism John Stuart Mill k i. rights ethics Thomas Hobbes j. cultural relativism Challenger accident C k. Hinduism 31. (3 pts} Name 3 of the 5 criteria for whistle blowing ‘ ' ‘ $6” ""17: ‘- 33. (5 pts) Name 5 of 13 stakeholders in business ethics, l. = 2. 3. 4. ,5. . “- ‘ \P] Q [L CLCV‘H’C' 1:». [£1th jf‘lfc‘wfi "> ”mt.»~cc :5 t _ —. Y . r, E“)! (Wm-w»wa t \ "L E‘E‘EWA’L‘TW" ' i . Jorge}; (VLKW‘AWf’ r V k i; '_. _-<.- («11.5w \ (innit-me x _ 54,12 ,Hw) 9‘4‘ 5 he "£7? ‘ P -%C.,.Ht w W :- - Ly Hr doom-m. ‘ . é, - AV ' {Am ' A or; e “A " \£\’u L r m C M éicm 6’- . ;/ 06 C 1' :3 it,“ ‘2’; C .2 r b0 J (iv-(kwng 34.( 5 pts) Discuss one of the in-class debates and present one argument from both the blue and gold teams. ALSO nameiz moral principles or theories that conflict in the. debate. 40 wds " yf ' ( ) - {ll/Lax"; J- ?)va 'ulhcc. HZ trilhvi'l'i—‘Ve JVJ‘L'Ce 0k bur [J 1/7 (1+aiufii:W/N ' nah Mdma J Cflkifh’w mfg/23‘) 7- . \{i/‘(Nflcrfl‘ ‘1’), V/jll'éflfiLdfl'ier-VVL Jié Q'L,7’£mL—}:f W a. r— .Mw) mmm 35. (8 pts)You work at a company as a designer of new football helmets for the Cal football team, which were engineered to be stronger and more resistant to impact. However, over the course of the season, you learn that the number of head and neck injuries have increased by 40%. You must decide. whether to tell your boss to initiate a costly recall of the helmets, or Whether to continue producing them. How should you proceed? (Hint: the other Pate-10 schools have also made new helmets for their squads). ( 60 wcis) ‘/ (Io-1L5 ‘---— 4245' / F49 --—- [ed/4 iii/Livbé Mei ——~ .l”7%%«-4%W / —’ PT: 4471' [J (Li/f“ X25144 7L K and 5&sz gird-r. _,(»LHI"14/ ...
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