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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… checkbld Valid Argument checkbld Sound Argument checkbld Premise checkbld Conclusion checkbld Necessary condition checkbld Deductive arguments v. Inductive arguments checkbld Sufficient condition checkbld Value-based Moral Theories checkbld Duty-based Moral Theories checkbld Subjectivist Theories of the Good checkbld Objectivist Theories of the Good W RITTEN R ESPONSES : You should be able to explain and (where appropriate) give examples for… checkbld The difference between the Good and the Right checkbld The Euthyphro Argument checkbld 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, Parfit’s 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 Nozick’s 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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