which I know something firsthand, to be discussed Wednesday with the video),
and the well-documented and dramatic effects of race and class on the likelihood
of someone's being convicted of a crime eligible for the death penalty, and of his
or her actuall
enter the machine, shows that there is something else then simple mental pleasure. The
hedonistic theory of value would support utilitarianism.
7. What is Rachels1r main argument in favor of" permitting active euthanasia
whenever passive euthanasia is per
1. What exactly is moral relativism, and how does it differ from other claims that it is
often confused with?
Moral relativism is a belief that there are no universal objective moral truths. There are
no moral truths that hold across cultures or times; th
anything of importance, we should do it which is similar to Mills
principle ofutility which says you should do what will produce the
greatest total amount of pleasure in the world
o A utilitarian would be likely to accept Singers views because by
what about an obligation to obey our parents? What would happen if
the commands of our parents and God conicted?
I What is a hedonistic theory of value? What are some objections to it?
What moral theory would it tend to support?
o A hedonistic theory ofva