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___d___10. According to ideal observer subjectivism, an action is morally right if . . .a. I approve of it.b. a third party would approve of it.c. everyone approves of it.d. I would approve of it if I were fully informed and perfectly rational.
___d___11. Throughout most of history, Western philosophers have often . . .
___b___12. Feminist ethics claims that . . .
___a___13. Carol Gilligan claimed that . . .
___c___14. Feminists often claim that moral theories have traditionally given too much value to . . .a. human dignity.b. compassion.c. autonomy.d. pleasure.
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____a__15. The moral theory that takes the mother/child relationship as a basis for ethics is known as . . .
___a___17. According to feminist ethics, emotions . . .
___c___18. Feminist ethicists tend to think that our behavior should be based on . . .a. an impartial consideration of the interests of all those who are affected.b. the application of absolute ethical rules.c. a sensitive appreciation of the complexities of a situation.d. All of the above.
___b___19. Many feminists believe that rights . . .
____b__20. One challenge for feminist ethics is that . . .a. some moral rules have exceptions.b. it does not give concrete guidance about how to resolve moral conflicts.c. sometimes it is appropriate to treat men and women differently.d. partiality is sometimes justified.___b___21. The three possible accounts of the status of ethics are . . .a. utilitarianism, Kantianism, and contractarianism.b. objectivism, relativism, and nihilism.c. hedonism, desire-satisfaction theory, and objective theories.d. absolutism, pluralism, and particularism.___d___22. Ethical objectivism supports . . .a. absolutism.b. dogmatism.c. Both a. and b.d. Neither a. nor b.

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