What is Smarts objection to restricted utilitarianism It involves superstitious

What is smarts objection to restricted utilitarianism

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What is Smart's objection to restricted utilitarianism? It involves superstitious rule worship.. How does Smart think we should determine whether to praise someone for his or her action? We should praise people whenever praising them will bring about the best consequences.. 10. Psychological Egoism Psychological egoism is: a claim about human nature and the ways people are capable of behaving.. Feinberg claims that most arguments for psychological egoism: are nonempirical in character.. According to Feinberg, the claim that we always feel pleasure when we get what we want: is false, and would not support psychological egoism even if it were true..
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Feinberg claims that the story about Abraham Lincoln: provides some evidence against psychological egoism.. Feinberg claims that the best way to pursue happiness is to: forget about happiness.. Feinberg claims that when people are hungry, they typically desire: to eat food.. According to Feinberg, a good moral education: will produce someone who does the right thing simply because it is right.. Feinberg takes his remarks about the two different senses of pleasure to refute: all of the above.. a. psychological egoism. b. psychological egoistic hedonism. c. ethical egoism. Psychological egoism is the theory that everyone ought to pursue their own self-interest above all else. b. False Feinberg claims that psychological egoism purports to be a scientific theory of human motives. a. True Feinberg claims that in some cases, the fact that an action produces pleasure proves that the action was unselfish. a. True According to Feinberg, the best way to achieve happiness is to pursue something besides happiness. a. True Feinberg argues that if “pleasure” means “pleasant sensations,” then psychological egoism cannot be coherently formulated. b. False 11. Feminist Ethics- Hilde Lindemann
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What does Lindemann see as the fundamental concern of feminism? b. Power. What is gender, according to Lindemann? a. A social invention. b. A system of rules governing how men and women are supposed to behave. d. Both a. and b. What is a normative claim? c. A claim about how things ought to be. Which claim does Lindemann think would not be accepted by all feminists? b. Women ought to be the social equals of men. What does Lindemann think should be the relation between ethics and politics? b. One's politics should inform one's ethics. c. One's ethics should inform one's politics. d. Both b. and c. 12. Natural Goodness- Philippa Foot •   What's distinctive about a  teleological  Aristotelian categorical?  b. It expresses a purpose.     •   What is the relationship between human good and animal good?  a. Some of the characteristics and capacities that are good for animals are  also  good for humans.   b. Some of the characteristics and capacities that are good for humans are  not  good for animals.   c. The  way we derive  what's good for humans and what's good for animals is the same.   d. All of the above. 
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Which of the following is an Aristotelian categorical?
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