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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… checkbld Type-Token Distinction checkbld Morally obligatory v. morally permissible checkbld Involuntary/ Nonvoluntary/Voluntary Euthanasia checkbld Active v. Passive Euthanasia checkbld Jus ad bellum checkbld Jus in bello checkbld Contractualism checkbld Act v. Rule Consequentialism checkbld Pacifism checkbld Realism checkbld Doctrine of Double Effect checkbld Causal innocence v. Moral innocence checkbld Broad v. Narrow definition of terrorism W RITTEN R ESPONSES : You should be able to explain and (where appropriate) give examples for… checkbld 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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