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1623_StudyGuideQuiz1 - How does one differentiate dependent...

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Workplace Ethics Study Guide Quiz 1 1. Be prepared to define the following terms: ethics, applied ethics, critical thinking, conflict-of-interest, moral, non-moral, immoral, amoral, and culpable. 2. Be prepared to give examples of: conflict of interest, non-moral, immoral, amoral. 3. What is the purpose of the stoplight as it is used in the text? 4. Be prepared to explain the pluralism, materialism, relativism and absolutism problems. 5. Why is ethics larger than the law? Be prepared to justify that it is. 6. What are the different types of arguments? 7.
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Unformatted text preview: How does one differentiate dependent from independent premises? Be prepared to diagram an argument. 8. What does it mean to say that a deductive argument is valid? 9. What can you conclude about the conclusion of a valid argument? 10. What does it mean to say that a deductive argument is sound? 11. What does it mean to say that an inductive argument is sound? 12. What does it mean to say that an inductive argument is cogent? 13. There will be informal fallacies on the exam. You will have to correctly identify the fallacy being committed....
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