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Treats every person involved as an end and not as a mere means. According to Ethical Egoism, whether an act is right or wrong depends on whether the act _____. (ANSWER) Is in the self-interest of the person who is doing it. Brings about the most happiness for every being affected by it. Treats every person involved as an end and not as a mere means.
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According to Kant’s ethics, whether an act is right or wrong depends on whether the act _____. Is in the self-interest of the person who is doing it. Brings about the most happiness for every being affected by it. (ANSWER) Treats every person involved as an end and not as a mere means. According to Aristotle’s Theory of the Mean, _____. Every moral VICE is somewhere between two moral VIRTUES: a virtue of excess, and a virtue of deficiency. (ANSWER) Every moral VIRTUE is somewhere between two moral VICES: a vice of excess, and a vice of deficiency. One should never treat a person as a mere means. Which of the following is a claim made by Cultural Relativism (called simply “Relativism” in this course)? (ANSWER) There is no objective truth in morality. Morality depends on the will of God. “Right” means “natural,” and “wrong” means “unnatural.” According to the Divine Command Theory, whether an act is right or wrong depends on _____. One’s personal opinion. (ANSWER) The will of God. Social agreement. Consider this claim: “Helping terminally ill patients die is right if it creates more happiness in the world than any other act would create.” This claim reflects _____. Aristotle’s Theory of the Mean. Kant’s ethical theory. (ANSWER) Utilitarianism. Consider this claim: “Cowardice is bad because it’s a vice of deficiency.” This claim reflects _____. (ANSWER) Aristotle’s Theory of the Mean.
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Kant’s ethical theory. Utilitarianism. Consider this claim: “Lying is right whenever it’s in your self-interest.” This claim reflects _____. (ANSWER) Ethical Egoism. Kant’s ethical theory. Utilitarianism. Consider this claim: “Stealing is wrong because it treats the victim as a mere means.” This claim reflects _____. Ethical Egoism. (ANSWER) Kant’s ethical theory. Utilitarianism. ==================================================== TEST 4 WILL COVER *ALL* OF THE FOLLOWING MATERIAL AND *NOTHING* ELSE: (1) THE 10 “ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS” (THESE WILL BE THE FIRST 10 QUESTIONS ON TEST 4; SEE ABOVE FOR THE ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS), AND (2) THE TEST 4 STUDY SHEET (ABOVE). THERE ARE *NO* READINGS FROM THE TEXTBOOK FOR TEST 4. ==================================================== END OF TEST 4 DOCUMENTS
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