Marked out of 100 Habits that incline people to do what is acceptable are known

Marked out of 100 habits that incline people to do

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Marked out of 1.00 Habits that incline people to do what is acceptable are known as . Your answer is incorrect. The correct answer is: Habits that incline people to do what is acceptable are known as [virtues]. System of rules that tell us what we can and cannot do is known as . Your answer is incorrect. The correct answer is: System of rules that tell us what we can and cannot do is known as [laws] . One’s personal beliefs about right and wrong are called . Your answer is incorrect. The correct answer is: One’s personal beliefs about right and wrong are called [morals] . The inner judgments or beliefs that determine how a person behaves are our . Your answer is incorrect. The correct answer is: The inner judgments or beliefs that determine how a person behaves are our [values] .
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11/06/2020 Topic 1: Revision Quiz: Attempt review 4/4 Question 12 Not answered Marked out of 1.00 Question 13 Not answered Marked out of 1.00 The ethical model includes identify the ethical dilemma or problem, collect the information, state the options, apply ethical principles to the options, make the decision, and implement the decision. Your answer is incorrect. The correct answer is: The ethical [decision‑making] model includes identify the ethical dilemma or problem, collect the information, state the options, apply ethical principles to the options, make the decision, and implement the decision. in ethical decision making include philosophy, religion, law, professionalism, and personal. Your answer is incorrect. The correct answer is: [Perspectives] in ethical decision making include philosophy, religion, law, professionalism, and personal. Topic 1: Tutorial Forum Jump to... Topic 2: Overview
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11/06/2020 Topic 2: Revision Quiz: Attempt review 1/4 Dashboard / My courses / ITECH 7400 SEM8 2020 MIT Melbourne / Topic 2 – Ethical Theories 1 / Topic 2: Revision Quiz Question 1 Not answered Marked out of 1.00 Question 2 Not answered Marked out of 1.00 Question 3 Not answered Marked out of 1.00 Question 4 Not answered Marked out of 1.00 Started on Thursday, 11 June 2020, 12:04 PM State Finished Completed on Thursday, 11 June 2020, 12:04 PM Time taken 16 secs Marks 0.00/13.00 Grade 0.00 out of 10.00 ( 0 %) provide guidance on investigation and analyses of moral issues, and a framework for analysing moral issues. Your answer is incorrect. The correct answer is: [Ethical theories] provide guidance on investigation and analyses of moral issues, and a framework for analysing moral issues. Another name for Utilitarianism is ethics. Your answer is incorrect. The correct answer is: Another name for Utilitarianism is [consequence‑based] ethics. Jeremy Bentham developed the principle of . Your answer is incorrect. The correct answer is: Jeremy Bentham developed the principle of [social utility] . Social utility is about maximising . Your answer is incorrect.
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11/06/2020 Topic 2: Revision Quiz: Attempt review 2/4 Question 5 Not answered Marked out of 1.00 Question 6 Not answered Marked out of 1.00 Question 7 Not answered Marked out of 1.00 Question 8 Not answered Marked out of 1.00 The correct answer is:
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