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Solomon_study_q_s_ - Eng.310/Levison "THINKING

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Eng. 310/Levison "THINKING ETHICS: THE RULES OF THE GAME" BY ROBERT C. SOLOMON   STUDY QUESTIONS Answer  these questions  in your own words . All the answers are to be found  in  the text unless otherwise specified. Paragraph  4  non-participant  - someone  who is not involved  in something maximize - try to achieve the best possible result sacrifice -give up  your own  interests for the benefit of someone  else transaction  - something  that involves two or more parties  make a contribution  - do something  that helps other people consequences - what  happens  because you do something ideally  - in the best possible world What is the golden  rule (two ideas)? What does Solomon  think this means  ideally? Why is this unreasonable in the real world? - two reasons What two things can we do to put  the golden  rule in effect?
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