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Item 4 12.72/12.72 points awarded Item Scored Item 4 Item 4 12.72 of 12.72 points awarded Item Scored Required information Please answer the following questions. “It was wrong for Alice to reveal Deborah’s secret when Deborah had asked her not to.” This is a nonmoral value judgment. True or False
True False Correct Item 5 12.72/12.72 points awarded Item Scored Item 5 Item 5 12.72 of 12.72 points awarded Item Scored Drag the appropriate claim(s) to the value judgement category. Item 6 Part 1 of 6 12.72/12.72 points awarded Item Scored Item 6 Item 6 Part 1 of 6 12.72 of 12.72 points awarded Item Scored Required information Post-Test Please answer the following questions. A person who says he’s against big government but doesn’t want to see any reductions or changes in Medicare
may appear inconsistent and thus has the burden of showing that he is not. Correct is violating both principles of moral reasoning. has made an invalid deductive argument.

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