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My Moral Compass 1 MY MORAL COMPASS PHIL-1001-4 Introduction to Philosophy Professor: Murray Skees Walden University Lisa Phillips January 29, 2010
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My Moral Compass 2 When starting to take the quiz, I was sure that I knew my moral compass well. I was confident that I could answer every question easy and quick. However, this was not the case. Each question puzzled me, and took me time to truly think of my answers. A question I thought was right, turned out I was not thinking the question through. After the response from the quiz I noticed that two question I had answered was wrong. After some thought I went back and retook the quiz and come out with almost the same response. However, I am glad I took the time to realize where my strengths are in my moral compass. There are a couple of questions listed below, along with their response, and mine. I did see a problem with some of the questions, like question number three: “There are questions in ethics which have no correct answers?” (Chan & Lau, 2004-2010 ) The response I
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course PHIL 1001 taught by Professor Murrayskees during the Winter '10 term at Walden University.

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