Ethics - 1. Ifwecanjustifyourethicaljudgments,theyare:...

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1. If we can justify our ethical judgments, they are: A) Subjective B) Objective C) Relative 2. When we make objective claims we can say they are true, or reasonable, to the extent  that: A) We can verify them or falisy them ourselves at another time B) Someone else (regardless of that person's cultural biases) can verify or falisfy those  claims C) The claims can withstand rational criticism  D) All of the above 3. Assumptions are often the heart of arguments and assumed to be common knowledge,  so we should assume they are true. A) True B) False 4.
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A strong ethical argument is one that should be accepted by anyone who considers it  carefully, whether or not he or she wants to accept it. A) True B) False 5. According to Rachels, the cultural difference argument is invalid because the conclusion  does not necessarily follow from the premises. A) True
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2012 for the course ETHICS 101 taught by Professor Borgwald during the Spring '08 term at Miami Dade College, Miami.

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Ethics - 1. Ifwecanjustifyourethicaljudgments,theyare:...

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