In an instructional setting, plagiarism occurs when a writer
deliberately uses someone elses language, ideas, or other
original (notcommon-knowledge) material without
acknowledging its source.
Theory of Obligation
Focus on acts
Help determine if an act is right/wrong,
Morality is determined by the act itself.
Consequences are irrel
Chapter 1Multiple Choice Questions
Divisions in ethics
Elements of ethics
Preeminence of reason
The universal perspective
Principle of impartiality
Dominance of moral norms
Chapter 2Multiple Choice Question
Daisy L Guardado
Definition The purpose of morality is to attain
Benefits > Harm
Not in Self Interest
Harm > Benefits
Ethics Quiz 2
1. Which of the following is true about religion and moral reasoning?
a. Morality is synonymous with religion.
b. Moral reasoning can help religious people resolve inconsistencies
found in competing viewpoints.
c. Moral reasoning makes the m
Analyze the explanation of Natural Law, the application of Natural Law, and the argument in
the presentation. DO NOT ANALYZE THE WHOLE PRESENTATION. This must be done in
essay format. If you use information word for word from the presentation or the book,
Expert Session 2
Marla was once very close to her cousin Marlene. All this, however, changed when
Marlene got Marla in trouble. As a little girl, Marlene used to tell Marla everything. One day,
Marla noticed bruises on Marlenes arms. When Marla inquired a
NATURAL LAW DEFINED
Nature gives us a structure on how to act. If it
follows nature, an act will be moral. If it goes
against nature, an act will not be moral.
ROLE OF GOD,
1. Marvin wants to be a fair person, but he is having a hard time figuring out
what this means. Sometimes, he is too ruthless. Other times, he is too
compassionate. He wants to find the desired balance. What method
endorsed by Virtue Ethics is he u
Existentialism is the belief that people are free and responsible for their lives through their own
conscious acts, and that there is no specific meaning of life. Existentialism also includes the concept that
we live in a world without objective values, a
WHY do so many people believe in this dualistic conception of reality? Examine Descartes arguments for
dualism, and discuss whether or not you find them to be effective.
People believe in the dualistic conception of reality for many reasons. One of the mo
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October 21, y
Take-home Assignment #1
Metaphysics between two famous Pre-socratic Philosophers
During the fifth and sixth century philosophers practiced what was known to be na
3 August 2015
Take-home Test #2
Friedrich Nietzsche convinced, that the world is influenced and controlled by a spiritual
matter, it being the universe, a cosmic realm. In which humans were un
9:00 a.m.- 10:50 a.m.
8 June 2015
Assignment 1: Define and Find
The word argumentcan be defined as an outward sign: evidence, indication; a reason
given for or against in a discussion: as statement made or a fact prese