PHIL 2320: Introduction to Ethics Exam 3, Fall 2020 Instructions: Please read carefully! These questions are designed to test your familiarity with and understanding of some of the key ideas and arguments contained in the readings. Some of them also invite you to evaluate these claims in various ways. Answers should: (a) respond directly to the question (b) be written in your own words (c) be clear, complete, and precise (d) be cogent Due: 10pm on 11/30 via Blackboard submission Rules •You must answer each question in 350 words or less. Answers shorter than 150 words are unlikely to be adequate.•Answers must not be in note form, or in shorthand. Complete, grammatical sentences are required. If your answer is unclear, we will have to conclude that you don’t understand.•Do not include quotes, even from any texts or lectures, though you should not paraphrase technical terms (e.g. “error theory,” “normative ethics”). You are free to consult the texts and lectures, but, once again, you must answer the questions in your own words.