GR Homework - PEE An Argument Against GR Present 1. If GR...

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PEE An Argument Against GR Present 1. If GR is true, then Charles will accept a kiss on the cheek from Sue as a greeting 2. It’s not the case that Charles accepted the kiss from Sue as a greeting 3. Therefore, GR is not true (1,2, MT) Explain TT Act-type: A kind of action that is repeated that can be performed by different people at different times Act-token: An action that cannot be repeated, and can only be performed by one person, at one time. GR: An act-token is morally right if and only if the agent of the act treats others in ways in which he or she would like to be treated by them. Kiss On The Cheek: Commonly used as a greeting in European countries The rationale to the premise is that Charles could have accepted the kiss as a greeting, but it is because of his culture that he didn’t. It is not a common form of greeting where he is from unlike Sue. Thus, he didn’t accepted it as a greeting. He would not do it to others, as Sue would do it to others and accept it from others. Sue is a French woman who is friends with Charles.
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2008 for the course PHIL 160 taught by Professor Pete during the Fall '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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