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Unformatted text preview: ch12 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. Morgan is old enough to have known what would happen if he didn't pay the fine on time. 2. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. Morgan should have paid the fine on time. 3. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. Twenty past ten. We should go home. 4. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. Jake will pay Mrs. Sly the money he owes, if he knows what's good for him. 5. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. Hazel owes Bert one hundred dollars and, according to the contract, was supposed to pay him back last month. 6. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. The program Sam wrote for finding repeating decimals works wonderfully, and it's only thirty-five lines longthat's real elegance. 7. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. The dog was clearly in pain, but nobody was doing anything about it. 8. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. It is wrong for the United States to intervene in local wars outside U.S. territory. 9. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. It is not in the best interests of the United States to intervene in local wars outside U.S. territory. 10. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. It is hard to think of any nostrum that has less to recommend it than rent control. 11. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. There ought to be a law against doing what Selena has done to her hair. 12. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. If you don't get rid of your dog's fleas, it's going to be miserable. 13. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. You should get rid of your dog's fleas so that it won't be miserable. 14. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. You ought to get to know Samuel. 15. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all. Brooke and Richard are pleasant enough fellows, once you get to know them. 16. State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all....
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2011 for the course PHIL 233 taught by Professor Linker during the Fall '11 term at University of Michigan-Dearborn.

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