Question 17 in general consequentialist moral

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QUESTION 17 In general, Consequentialist moral theories support the view that the morally correct choice is the one which A Produces a more favorable balance of good over bad and therefore the best overall group or personal
. consequences. B . Carefully supports of one or more of the Divine Commands C . Always follows a fixed or exceptionless rule, such as “do not lie.” D . None of the above. QUESTION 18 Which of the following are Consequentialist moral theories?
QUESTION 19 _______________ believes that the morally right action is the one covered by a rule that, if followed consistently, produces the greatest good and happiness for all persons considered.
QUESTION 20 An Ethical Egoist believes that one’s only moral duty is to promote the most favorable balance of good over bad for everyone considered, and therefore the best overall group consequences.
QUESTION 21
Which of the four moral theories listed below was first developed by Jeremy Bentham, and later became a powerful instrument for social reform, effecting moral and policy decisions in many areas including health care, criminal justice, and government? A . Utilitarianism B . Egoism C . Psychological Egoism D . Relativism
QUESTION 22 A moral theory is an explanation of what makes an action right or wrong.
QUESTION 23 Once we arrive at a carefully considered moral judgment, we can be assured that the judgment is correct and therefore free from error or conflict.
QUESTION 24 Which of the following is not a moral theory:
QUESTION 25 Utilitarianism reminds us that the potential consequences of actions should inform our moral choices. True False

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