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Final_Exam_Study_Guide - PHIL 1000-005 Final Exam Study...

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PHIL 1000-005 Final Exam Study Guide Exam Date/Time: Saturday, December 12, 3:00pm – 5:00pm The exam will be given in our regularly scheduled classroom. 1. Be able to explain and apply the following terms: moral intuitions moral principles normative ethics applied ethics ethical relativism ethical objectivism subjective relativism cultural relativism consequentialist teleological nonconsequentialist deontological the Principle of Utility net happiness hedonists hedonistic calculus intrinsic good instrumental good hedon/util obligatory actions supererogatory actions good will autonomous hypothetical imperative categorical imperative the Categorical Imperative Formula of Universal Law maxim Formula of Humanity autonomy virtue hexis the Doctrine of the Mean role model 2. Know what makes an action right or wrong under both subjective relativism and cultural relativism. 3. Know the “taglines” for both subjective and cultural relativism. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2010 for the course SOCL 4471 taught by Professor St. pierre during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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