Final+Exam+study+guide%2C+Fall+09

Final+Exam+study+guide%2C+Fall+09 - Final Exam Study Guide...

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Final Exam Study Guide – Fall 09 PLEASE NOTE: All answers should be based on and only on our readings and our class lecture and discussions. Use of any outside source(s) will be considered plagiarism and will result in an F on the exam. You may bring one 3 x 5 card with notes (on both sides if you wish). You must turn in your note card with your exam. The exam will consist of multiple choice, short answer, and essay questions. 1. What is Hume’s Moral Sentiment Theory? 2. According to Kant, what one thing is good without qualification? 3. What are Kant’s ideas of the “good will”; moral worth; and the relation between reason, morality, and happiness? 4. In Kant’s theory, what is a maxim? 5. What is Kant’s categorical imperative in its universal form, and how does it relate to what he calls a hypothetical imperative? 6. How does Mill define utilitarianism? 7. What is the “swinishness” objection to Mill’s view, and what is his response? 8.
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