Pg 353 #s 1,2,4, and 7
#1. What are Dworkins two models? Explain, and apply his second model to the issue of
protecting a country against terrorism.
A. Dworkin has two very distinct models. The first model follows the idea of balance
Reading assignment 8
#1 What are the elements that constitute a person, according to Plato? What is the proper
relationship between those people? (In other words, what is a virtuous person?)
A. Plato has a few elements that he believes constitu
#1 Give a brief account of the similarities and differences between classical, difference,
radical, and equity feminism. Can those facets overlap? Explain.
A. There are several similarities and differences between the types of feminism.
Pg 143-144 #s: 1,2,3
#1. Describe the 4 major approaches to moral differences outlined at the beginning of this
chapter. Which One comes closest to your own viewpoint? Explain.
A. There are 4 major approaches to moral differences outlined in the beginning
Chapter 11 Ethics
#3. What does Phillip Hallie mean by negative and positive commands? Explain. Do you
agree with him that positive commands are harder to live up to than negative commands?
A. Phillip Hallie has an interesting concept about positiv
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from everyone. Letters two through four
spell an animal, letters four to the end make
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what you use to write a note, an
It is greater than God and more evil
than Satan. The poor have it, the
rich need it, and if you eat it you
will die. What is it?
Ethics vs. Morals
Morals: Rules or habits of conduct with
reference to standards o
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Service Animals in Society
Sanders, Sanders,. Excusing tactics: Social responses to the public misbehavior of companion
animals. Anthrozos. (2004) 4(2): 82-90. Print
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PG 505 all 6 questions
A. In politics the idea of character verses conduct can vary significantly within a
social group. For example, Republicans, sometimes referred to as conservatives,
enjoy understanding the character of a person that i
#1. If you were a journalist, how might you describe the proper balance between the publics right
to know and the need for national security? Would it make a difference if you were not a
journalist but rather a member of law enforcement? Or a s