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Which of the following represents a potential problem for Kantian deontology? A person who tries and fails to murder someone is just as guilty as someone who succeeds. A person in one place is subject to different rules than a person elsewhere. A person who feels at ease with his or her actions can make them right. A person can treat other people as means to an end without respect for them. CONCEPT Problems with Kantian Deontology 2 Which of the following people would likely be satisfied with Kantian deontology? Henrietta is looking for an ethical system that weighs the odds of certain consequences. Hank is looking for an ethical system that will put him most ahead. Helen is looking for an ethical framework that respects the freedom of others. Houghton is looking for an ethical system that is relative. CONCEPT Support for Kantian Deontology 3 Jerome gets injured helping a distressed swimmer. Jerome dies, but the swimmer lives. How would a utilitarian classify Jerome's action? Impermissible
Obligatory Supererogatory Neutral CONCEPT Commitments of Utilitarianism 4 Which of the following people would likely be satisfied with utilitarianism? Athena is looking for an ethical framework that helps her look out for her own needs. Adelaide is looking for an ethical framework that takes future generations into consideration. Andrew is looking for an ethical framework that does not allow blood transfusion. Abner is looking for an ethical framework that allows for cultural differences in morality. CONCEPT Support for Utilitarianism 5 For Kant, what makes someone human? The government's recognition of personhood The ability to have emotions and feel pain Freedom and the ability to reason A person's genetic code
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