Review for Final Exam

Review for Final Exam - Study Guide for Final Exam, PHI...

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Study Guide for Final Exam, PHI 2630, Ethical Issues 1.1. BUT, while I don't recommend it, if you are short on time (or effort) the best strategy is only to study the material since the last exam. Keep in mind the probabilities of getting a very high grade is low if you choose this strategy. 2. Singer on Famine 2.1. Singer's basic argument 2.2. The arguments for each premise of Singer's basic argument. a) Implications of premise 1 2.3. Objections to Singer's argument and replies a) The absurd consequence objection b) Too big a revision to our moral scheme objection c) Breakdown of moral motivation objection d) Would have to work all the time objection e) Creating a bigger problem objection 3. Hardin on Famine 3.1. Two metaphors (spaceship v. life boat) and what they are supposed to show 3.2. The tragedy of the commons—what is it? 3.3.
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2011 for the course PHI 2630 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at FSU.

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