phil 111 exam 2

phil 111 exam 2 - EXAM #2 REVIEW SHEET PHIL 111- Kain You...

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EXAM #2 REVIEW SHEET PHIL 111- Kain You will have the entire 50-minute period to compose your responses. No notes, books, or collaboration with others will be allowed during the exam. The exam will consist of several short answer questions (terms, identification questions, true/false, and/or multiple choice questions) and one essay question. Terms : Utilitarianism the greatest happiness principle consequentialism hedonism social hedonistic consequentialism six attractions of utilitarianism the "swine objection” Mill’s responses to the swine objection distinctively human activities "higher pleasures" Mill’s “competent judges” test Mill’s “proof” for the greatest happiness principle equivocation two senses of “desirable” Nozick’s "experience machine" thought experiment the fallacy of composition welfarism the “slavery” objection to utilitarianism Hare’s two lines of response to the slavery objection Rawls and "the distinction between persons"
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