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17. Many feminist writers maintain that the values and virtues inherent in most traditionalmoral theories reflecta. A typically female perspectiveb. An openness to an ethic of compromisec. A worthless traditiond. A typically masculine perspective
18. The values of interdependence, community, connection, sharing, emotion, body, trust,absence of hierarchy, nature, immanence, process, joy, peace and life are supposedly.
19. Some proponents of feminist ethics reject the traditional concept of
23. Crosthwaite says there is a real difference between the liberal individualist and thefeminist concepts of moral persons.
28. Impartiality in morality requires us to give special weight to persons like ourselves.a. Trueb. False
29. Most moral theories emphasize duties and downplay the role of emotions, attitudes, andmotivations.
32. Feminist ethics tends to emphasize that individuals are located in and formed by specificrelationships and ties of affection and responsibility.
33. Caring is an essential part of morality.
Plato: Why Should I Be Moral? Gyges’ Ring and Socrates’ Dilemma1. Glaucon’s story of Gyges’ ring is meant to show thata. given the opportunity, people will always choose justice over injustice.b. justice is a myth.c. all people believe in their hearts that injustice is more profitable thanjustice.d. if people could be invisible, they would never do any wrong.
2. Glaucon argues that the unjust life is
3. Glaucon says that the perfectly unjust man is one who
4. Glaucon tries to show that compared to the seemingly unjust but actually justman, the seemingly just but actually unjust man is
5. Glaucon argues that justice is not intrinsically good.a. Trueb. False
6. Socrates believes that it pays for a man to be perfectly unjust if he appears to bejust.
7. Socrates thinks that people should be ruled by morality, even if it must beimposed on them from without.
8. Glaucon thinks that a man’s getting away with injustice makes him worse.
9. Socrates insists that there will be justice only when reason rules.a. Trueb. False
10. Gyges uses the ring to escape the laws and morals of society and to serve hisgreed.
11. Socrates thinks that all people are corrupt.
12. Socrates argues that it is to our advantage to be moral.
13. Glaucon holds that immorality corrupts the inner person.a. Trueb. False
14. Socratesfinally convinces Glaucon to strive to be moral whether or not moralityis advantageous.
15. Socrates believes that being good is good for you.
b. False
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