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DueNo due datePoints10Questions10Availableafter Aug 25 at 11:59pmTime LimitNoneAllowed AttemptsUnlimitedAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 124 minutes8 out of 10Correct answers are hidden.Score for this attempt: 8out of 10Submitted Aug 28 at 8:29amThis attempt took 24 minutes.This is the reading quiz for Module 1. It contains questions concerning the Goldman and Ackerman readings.Please read and study Goldman's "The Refutation of Medical Paternalism" and Ackerman's "Why Doctors Should Intervene" beforeattempting RQ1. Students must earn at least 80% on RQ1 in order to access the remainng Module 1 content, including the Goldmanand Ackerman lectures.Take the Quiz AgainReading Quiz 1 (RQ1): PAR-215-8021 of 88/28/2019, 8:29 AM
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 1The principal criterion for justified paternalism Goldman considers is that an individual be actingagainst his own predominant long-range value preferences.