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1 / 1 pts Question 23What does the utilitarian mean by the term “wrong actions”? actions that are performed when another action would result in a greater overall balance of happiness and unhappinessCorrect!1 / 1 pts Question 24Who is considered the father of utilitarianism? Page 12 of 24Week 5 - Final Exam: PHI208: Ethics and Moral Reasoning (ACQ1824C)
Jeremy BenthamCorrect!1 / 1 pts Question 25Among the following scenarios, which is MOST likely to be morally right Correct!1 / 1 pts Question 26If someone were to question the value of scientific research on utilitarian grounds, which of the following would be the likeliest reason? Page 13 of 24Week 5 - Final Exam: PHI208: Ethics and Moral Reasoning (ACQ1824C)
The potential for the results to improve the world is not evident.Correct!1 / 1 pts Question 27What is the primary reason for conducting Kant’s “universalization test”? to determine whether we are excepting ourselves from a policy we think everyone else should followCorrect!1 / 1 pts Question 28Kantian theory says that people have a __________ duty to cultivate their talents. Page 14 of 24Week 5 - Final Exam: PHI208: Ethics and Moral Reasoning (ACQ1824C)
1 / 1 pts Question 29Immanuel Kant claims that the only thing that is moral without qualification is __________. a good willCorrect!1 / 1 pts Question 30According to Immanuel Kant, which of these is the LEAST important to moral action? resultsCorrect!1 / 1 pts Question 31Which of the following is a Kantian approach to helping a family in need? Page 15 of 24Week 5 - Final Exam: PHI208: Ethics and Moral Reasoning (ACQ1824C)
“I should recognize that I would never want a world where people did not help each other, and thus help them the best I can.”Correct!0 / 1 pts Question 32Ursula is a student of Kantian philosophy who argues that we should never use people as a means to an end unless we are certain that doing so will lead to the greatest overall happiness.You Answeredwe are simultaneously respecting their rational autonomy.Correct AnswerThe answer can be found in Chapter 4, Section 4.2: Immanuel Kant