Running head: THE INSENSITIVE REALITY OF MARINE PARKS
Argument One Thesis:
Public Access to Marine Parks
Argument Two Thesis:
Impact of Marine Parks on Scientific Research
Argument Three Thesis:
Economic Benefits of Marine Parks
Phil 6 Quiz #4 Study Guide
Pick up an 882-e Scantron form for the quiz.
The quiz will have 35 multiple choice questions (each question is worth 2 points).
You will be quizzed on the following five readings (as well as our discussions):
Taylor, The Cosmol
Letter from Birmingham Jail Martin Luther King, Jr.
Letter from Birmingham Jail
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Martin Luther King, Jr., was born in 1929. in Atlanta, Georgia. He attended Morehouse
College and, during his senior year, decided to fo
Week 4 Tuesday
Feb 13, 2017
1. Exam 1 coming soon. Week 5 Thursday Feb 23, 2017
Covers CH 1 CH 5
2. HW 4 is extended until Wednesday
3. HW 5 is already online (due this Sunday)!
A. Page 1 and 2. Do this before coming to c
The Challenge of Cultural Relativism James Rachels and Stuart Rachels
FOR FURTHER READING
[ Anderson, Thomas C. The Foundation and Structure of Sartrean Ethics. Lawrence: Regents
Press of Kansas, 1979. 184 pp.
See Chapter 3, "Freedom, the Ultimate V
Week 3 Thursday
Feb 8, 2017
1. Exam 1 coming soon. Week 5 Thursday Feb 23, 2017
Covers CH 1 part of CH 5
1. Page 1 detailed calculation of the Combustion Analysis Problem
2. Page 2 Test your knowledge from last meetings d
Pre-Exam 1 Quiz
Score = _out of 20
(Max pts =22 out of 20)
Instructions. Show your calculations to be given FULL credit.
You may detach page 3 (Periodic Table of Elements) during the quiz
Week 5 Tuesday
Feb 20, 2017
1. Exam 1. What to bring:
a. Calculator (remove cover)
b. Pencil and Eraser
c. Scantron Form 882E Make sure to write your Section No. (Day/Time)
d. Version Number
Instructions: Write your answer on the
Week 2 Thursday
Feb 2, 2017
1. Naming of Acids (included in the Proficiency Quiz next week!)
2. Contd last meetings topic Mass to Moles to Molecules
3. Empirical Formula vs. Molecular Formula
Nomenclature of Acids
a. Hydrogen + anion-IDE
Chapter 6 Thinking and Intelligence
Thinking: The processing of information to solve problems, and make
A problem is a situation in which there is a goal, but no clear path to reach the goal.
Two types of problems: Well-defined
How to Analyze a Philosophical Essayi.e. write a Philosophical Analysis (for the online section of Philosophy 104: Bioethics, in the
Spring 2016 at California State University-Sacramento, for professor Russell DiSilvestro)
Hello PHIL 6 classmates, thank you for your emails. I put you in a small group so
then not everyone is on the same document doing the same section someone else is
doing. Do as much as you can to complete a section of the study guide. We can help out
1. 10.1 Should U.S. get universal health care
a. Sanctioned by gov and provided to all citizens of country
i. Requires all US citizens must purchase health care
i. Healthcare fundamental right not privilege
1. Exists fo patients with me
Should We Prohibit the Use of Chimpanzees and Other Great Apes in Biomedical
a. Apes, art, trees
i. Closest nonhuman relatives
ii. Common psychologically, can be taught rudimentary sign languages
iii. Endangered species
1. 3.1 Were it physically safe, would human reproductive cloning be acceptable
a. Cloning the process whereby ta genetically identical copy (the clone) of some
biological entity is produced, including genes, cells, tissues, and even entire organisms
1. 4.1 Is the deliberately induced abortion of a human pregnancy ethically justifiable?
a. Persons it is precisely the definition of personhood as well as who or what counts as
a person that often is at the center of the abortion debate
b. Marry Ann Warre
1. Are There universal ethical principles that should govern the conduct of medicine and research
a. Are there universal ethical principles that do in fact govern the conduct of medicine and
research, the answer is no (rival question)
i. A cult
1. 8.1 Should Stem-cell research utilizing embryonic tissue be conducted?
a. Stem cells found in all multicellular organisms
i. Renew themselves through numerous cycles of cell division
ii. Differentiate into numerous cell types
1. 6.1 Should a Child have the Right to Refuse Medical Treatment to Which the Childs parents or
guardians have consented?
a. Adults decision to do what they see fit as long as it doesnt harm anyone else
b. Legal minor, has not reached age of majority refu
1. 5.1 Is it ethical to patent or copyright genes, embryos, or their parts?
a. Patent a type of intellectual property right that is granted and enforce by the
legislative body of some society to an inventor so that the inventor may produce, utilize,
1. 2.1, Human Organ Donation vs Human Organ Sale
a. Is it morally acceptable to buy and sell organs for human transplantation?
b. Why is a market reprehensible even in the face of extreme shortages?
c. Deontological the human body should not be treated li
0 out of 10 points
Homer Simpson thought the presence of an ordinary rock was the cause of there
being no tigers around. In the Causal Mistakes video, what McCormick calls the
Homer Simpson Fallacy best illustrates what claim?
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What was the 1990s internet model?
Customers buy access from ISPs and content is funded by content providers.
Customers are able to preview all content and only buy the content they want.
What is a state of nature?
Life without government
A state where humans do not wear clothing
Ethics derived from the natural world
A technology-free weekend retreat
0.5 points Save Answer
Intellectual property is protecte
Hayek suggests that the institutional background that's needed in order for the price
system to play its role in the knowledge problems includes which of the following?
a Private property
b A room of super-computers
c The most brilliant minds on
28. Social power operates
a) Only through social agents
b) Only through a purely structural means
c) Both (a) and (b)
d) None of the above
29. For Fricker, identity power works even if you dont believe its true.
30. For Fricker, credibili
1. In Cahns example, Fred only cares for
a. Wealth, reputation, and fame
b. Others (including animals)
c. Virtue and wisdom
d. Both (b) and (c)
e. None of the above
2. Why does Cahn bring up the example of Fred?
a. To demonstrate that a moral person can b
1. The myth of Sisyphus involves
a. A man who introduces fire to humans
b. A man who discovers a tomb and a bronze horse
c. A man who gave temporarily gave humans immortality
d. A man who murders the king and marries the queen
e. A man and his concubine
Phil 104 Bioethics Quiz 7
0 out of 0.5 points
According to John Lachs, Kant and Mill represent the two great strands of
accounting for moral action. What are they?
Biology and ethics
Principles and character