Exercises Week 8 - Exercises Week 8 Chapter 12-Moral...

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Exercises Week 8 Chapter 12-Moral Reasoning Quiz 1 Results Reporter   Out of 9 questions, you answered 9 correctly with a final grade of 100%         9 correct  (100%)   0 incorrect  (0%)   unanswered  (0%) Your Results: The correct answer for each question is indicated by a  1 CORRECT Beginning with an "is" and deducing an "ought" is known as which of  the following?   A) A false dilemma   B) The genetic fallacy.   C) The naturalistic fallacy.   D) The subjectivist fallacy.   Feedback: We may deduce an 'ought' from an 'is' under one  condition - add a value-premise to the argument.] Ü see note at end 2 CORRECT Which of the following is most accurate?   A) Relativism is a moral theory that focuses mainly on  consequences.   B) Deontology is a moral theory that focuses mainly on  consequences.
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  C) Utilitarianism is a moral theory that focuses mainly on  consequences.   D) Virtue ethics is a moral theory that focuses mainly on  consequences.   Feedback: Utilitarianism is a consequentialist theory based on the  principle of maximizing happiness (or any other measure of utility)  for the greatest number of people (as well as minimizing  unhappiness for the greatest number). The means of achieving this  outcome is not as much of an issue as the actual outcome for the  utilitarian.
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