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PRACTISE EXAM PHIL 203 For questions 1-5 use the following list as possible answers : A. utilitarianism. B. Kant’s theory. C. Ross’ theory D. Rawls’ theory. E. moral contractarianism. 1. The distinction of prima facie/proper is found in: 2. Which of the above theories would include the hedonic principle? 3. Which of the above would include the Categorical Imperative? 4. Which of the above includes the “Veil of Ignorance” as a heuristic device? 5. Which of the above includes the principle that one can be subject to a rule only if one would, if properly situated, consent to the rule. 6. Which of the following is Clifford’s Thesis: A. it is always wrong to be irrational. B. no one is obligated to do that which she cannot do. C. no fact entails an value. D. it is always to wrong to believe anything without sufficient evidence. E. one should do an action that has a foreseeable bad effect only if that bad effect is not intended. 7. If James is correct, then there are occasions in which it is
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2009 for the course PHIL 230 taught by Professor Jordan during the Fall '08 term at University of Delaware.

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