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Medical Ethics Darin Harootunian 10/4/11 2 a) What is the primary question that this branch addresses? b) What did we say is the primary project of this branch? c) What are the objects of moral appraisal in this branch? d) What are the terms of moral appraisal in this branch? e) What, in general terms, is a criterion of moral rightness? f) Define the following terms as they were defined in class: morally obligatory , morally permissible , and morally prohibited . g) Morally obligatory acts are those acts that we say we morally ought to perform, that we morally should perform. Explain the difference between a moral ought / moral should and a non-moral ought / non-moral should . Do this by providing at least two examples of a non-moral ought/non-moral should. Consider axiology: a) What is the primary question that this branch addresses? b) What are the objects of moral appraisal in this branch? c) What are the
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