Philosophy chapter test

Philosophy chapter test - Philosophy chapter test#1 1 MORAL...

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Philosophy chapter test #1 1. MORAL STATEMENTS Moral statements are primarily: a) statements of fact or truth (e.g. "Murder is wrong" means "It is a fact that murder is wrong"). b) statements of the speaker's desire/emotion?(e.g. "Murder is wrong" means "I hate murder"). c) statements of command (e.g. "Murder is wrong" means "I say: don't murder"). d) Doesn't matter/Dislike all answer choices 2. PURPOSE TO LIFE Does each person have a moral purpose/morally ideal way to live? a) Yes, the ideal life exists outside of one's preferences and is the same for all people b) Yes, but the way to live in order to meet that purpose is unique for each individual c) Yes, but following moral law is the only standard that a person must meet d) No, yet there are ways to act that are inherently more conducive to the self-interest of the person who is acting e) No, yet there are logically consistent ways to act and logically inconsistent ways to act f) Doesn't matter/Dislike all answer choices 3. PROPER ORIGIN OF MORALITY Where does the proper distinction between "good" and "bad" come from? a) A moral realm that is completely unique, transcendent. b) Every individual, through their choice to pursue that which they desire. c) God's will
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