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Jackie Mleziva Philosophy 220 September 27, 2007 Exam 1 1] Part A. Moral skepticism- More truths are non-existent. Moral realism-is the view that moral principles have an objective foundation, and are not based on subjective human convention. Independent. Moral Relativism- Moral truths are dependent on the culture and individual, and determinable. Consequentialism-consequences alone determine right and wrong greatest happiness of the greatest number. Antinomianism- Against the law. Generalism- rules are really guides. Situationism- only universal law is love. Unqualified absolutism- There are many rules that are never to be broken. Qualified absolutism- There are many rules that are never to be broken, but conflict at times. Graded absolutism- There are many rules that may be broken when they conflict. 2] Part B. 1. Consequentialism because John Q did not have good enough insurance, the hospital was not going to put him on the list unless the money was there. 2. Antinomianism because it is against the law to hold hostages and the force the hospital
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Kenhorn during the Fall '07 term at Marian WI.

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