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Question 1 . Question : In the article “Magnanimity and Integrity as Military Virtues,” Robinson  describes integrity as a virtue that   Student Answer:  Has excesses like arrogance and deficiencies such as weakness  of will    Has excesses like generosity and deficiencies such as weakness  of will    Has excesses like arrogance and deficiencies such as weakness  of pleasure    Has excesses like generosity and deficiencies such as weakness  of pleasure   Instructor  Explanation: The answer can be found on p. 263 of Robinson’s article “Magnanimity and  Integrity as Military Virtues”   Points Received: 1 of 1   Comments: Question 2 . Question : According to Aristotle, happiness is:   Student Answer:  a life that is lived well.    satisfying as many desires and goals as possible.    pleasure and the absence of pain.    constant feelings of euphoric bliss and joy.   Instructor  Explanation: The answer can be found in section I.4 of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics   Points Received: 1 of 1   Comments:
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Question 3 . Question : In “Ideals of Human Excellence and Preserving Natural Environments,”  Thomas Hill claims that a fruitful way to think about the badness of  destroying the environment is:   Student Answer:  To appeal to notions of the rights of plants, minerals, landscapes,  etc.    To think about what kind of human would choose to destroy the  earth.    To examine people’s intuitions about whether it is right to harm the environment.    To examine the pleasures or pains that humans might experience  as a consequence of treating the environment certain ways.   Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found on p. 215 of Thomas Hill’s “Ideals of Human  Excellence and Preserving Natural Environments”   Points Received: 1 of 1   Comments: Question 4 . Question : In the article “Magnanimity and Integrity as Military Virtues,” Robinson  describes magnanimity and integrity as both primarily concerned with  what?   Student Answer:  Honor    Wealth    Courage    Generosity   Instructor  Explanation: The answer can be found on p. 259-260 of Robinson’s article “Magnanimity and  Integrity as Military Virtues”   Points Received: 1 of 1
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  Comments: Question 5 . Question : Aristotle states that if we ask what the highest good is:   Student Answer:  there is no agreement about the answer.    there is no objective answer to this question.    most people agree that it is wealth.
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