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Chapter 13 / Exercise 1
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Final Exam Study Guide 103 B, Wednesday December 14 Instructions: (1) In set I, identify the definition, explain, etc. For instance, don’t simply state what the Principle of Utility is. Briefly explain its meaning. (2) In set II, prepare at a least a framework for an essay that you will complete in class. Only 1 question will be selected, but you should prepare to write on both.(3) On the day of the test, bring only a pencil or pen – preferably one that can erase if you need to do so.You’ll be provided a Blue Book. (4) The test day is Wednesday, December 14 at 10:15 in the usual classroom. (5) I think it would be a good thing to spend time with a classmate discussing answers to questions. The goal is to show you understand something, not simply to regurgitate what you’ve heard. I. Identify and explain the meaning of each as clearly and as completely as possible.
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bad act, such as lying, is justified as long as the end mean is justified. Maxim is “the ends can justify the means” Categorical Imperatives v Hypothetical Imperatives (Kant) Categorical Imperatives

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