Phil140ExamTwoStudyGuide

Phil140ExamTwoStudyGuide - c Distinction between Killing...

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P HIL 140 Fall 2011 Exam Two Study Guide D EFINITIONS : You should be able to define and give examples for the following notions… c Type-Token Distinction c Morally obligatory v. morally permissible c Involuntary/ Nonvoluntary/Voluntary Euthanasia c Active v. Passive Euthanasia c Jus ad bellum c Jus in bello c Contractualism c Act v. Rule Consequentialism c Pacifism c Realism c Doctrine of Double Effect c Causal innocence v. Moral innocence c Broad v. Narrow definition of terrorism W RITTEN R ESPONSES : You should be able to explain and (where appropriate) give examples for… c Rachels’ three objections to the AMA Policy on Euthanasia
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Unformatted text preview: c Distinction between Killing and Letting-Die c Using someone merely as a means c Vellemans Consequentialist argument against Active Euthanasia c The relationship between supreme emergency and Just War Theory c Schmidtzs objections to Singers argument regarding famine relief. c The eight(8) conditions of Just War Theory c The motivation for Just War Theory c Singers general principle (both Strong and Moderate). c Possible justifications for Terrorist act. c Why prescriptive definitions are troubling?...
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