Phil140ExamOneStudyGuide

Phil140ExamOneStudyGuide - c The difference between...

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P HIL 140 Fall 2011 Exam One Study Guide D EFINITIONS : You should be able to define and give examples for the following notions… c Valid Argument c Sound Argument c Premise c Conclusion c Necessary condition c Deductive arguments v. Inductive arguments c Sufficient condition c Value-based Moral Theories c Duty-based Moral Theories c Subjectivist Theories of the Good c Objectivist Theories of the Good W RITTEN R ESPONSES : You should be able to explain and (where appropriate) give examples for… c The difference between the Good and the Right c The Euthyphro Argument c At least one objection to Ethical Relativism
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Unformatted text preview: c The difference between Hedonistic, Desire-Based, and Objective List Theories of the Good c Give counterexamples related to these theories (or, Parfits counterexamples) c The difference between the Theoretical aim and Practical aim of a Moral Theory. c What a Moral Theory is (that, what a Moral Theory does)? c Epicurus Argument, and what it purports to show about death. c Nozicks Experience Machine, and what Nozick thinks this shows about desire-based views of the Good. c Why Hobbes thinks that a good life is a felicitous one?...
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