5.Which of the following is NOT a motivation or advantage for objectivism: a.It seems like the world is made up of only natural stuff.b.Cultures appear to be able to make moral progress.c.We want to say that moral language describes the way the world is.d.Some actions seem bad, regardless of culture or personal outlook.e.None of the above. (These are all motivations for objectivism.)Objectivism - the belief that certain things, especially moral truths, exist independently of humanknowledge or perception of them. 13. Arthur holds which of the following normative ethical views?
14. Ethics of care understands moral problems as: 15. Aristotle’s theory begins with an account of _____ and builds the rest of the view fromthat. 6.Mill addresses which of the following objections to his view: a.Utilitarians don’t care about anything but rightness and wrongness.b.It can’t explain justice.c.Distinguishing between higher and lower pleasures is elitist/classist.d.The view justifies whatever is most convenient.e.It’s too demanding. 7.Which of the following are types of nihilism: 7.Which of the following are disadvantages of act consequentialism (select as many as appropriate):
8.Which of the following are motivations for forms of relativism (select as many as appropriate):
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