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EXAM ONE PHL 203-100 Practice test Name________________ ID#____________ Be sure to fill in your name & ID# on this test and the answer sheet, and on the essay. Reading List: XYZ, Chs.1-6. MSN parts II, VII. I. Objective Questions (60 pts) For each question below, select the best answer and write in the corresponding letter on your answer sheet (last page). 1. Which of the following is the Intrinsic Act thesis: A. if one cannot do X, then one has no obligation to do X. B. Moral claims are neither true nor false. C. Some actions have a moral status independent of their consequences. D. no imperative is entailed by an indicative statement. E. Moral facts are relative in nature and are relative to the culture they are a part of. 2. A noncognitivist would hold that: A. there is no good reason to believe moral claims. B. moral claims are relative to the culture they are a part of. C. moral claims are opinion based. D. moral beliefs are neither true nor false. E. moral beliefs are values and not facts. 3. Which of the following is a claim that a thin ethical relativist need not endorse: A. some ethical facts are relative in nature. B. some moral facts are not universal.
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