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Unformatted text preview: Self Check Chapter 4 Quiz (WK1) 1 A utilitarian is guided by whether the act is inherently good. A) True B) False 2 "You should believe me because I am credible" is an example of circular reasoning. A) True B) False 3 A justice theorist would choose the alternative that allocates society's benefits and burden most fairly. A) True B) False 4 "There is a 33% chance my next baby will be a girl because my other two children are boys" is an example of the gambler's fallacy. A) True B) False 5 "Doctors recommend that you get at least thirty minutes of aerobics exercise per day" is an example of argumentum ad baculum. A) True B) False 6 A utilitarian would say that it is right to decline to use public money to pay for medical treatment for terminal patients if: A) it produces the greatest good for the greatest number B) it will generate the highest revenue C) we would want the same rule used in all cases, regardless of whether we were taxpayers or terminal patients D) it will remedy past injustice 7 A Kantian would say that giving hiring preferences to particular groups is justifiable if A) it produces the greatest good for the greatest number...
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2010 for the course MG 260DLB taught by Professor Brentgilje during the Fall '09 term at Park.
- Fall '09
- Business Law