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IE. li'lll'liEl'l of the following is not one ofthe four kinds of IuckTthmas Hagel tallts about In "moral Inc It"?

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IE. li'lll'liEl'l of the following is not one ofthe four kinds of IuckTthmas Hagel tallts about In
"moral Inc It”?
a. Resultant luck
b. Eonscmcthre luclt
c. Eonstitutlye Iuclc
d. lEausal luck
e. lIIircu msta ntlal lucic 21'. I|.|.|'hat is Bernard William's Gauguin case [in his ”Miami Luck”: supposed to show]I a. Ea uguln's moral status Is not subject to lu cl: b. flnfy the success of Eauguin’s artlstic project can silence the co mpla inf: of his
The capacity of n1 oral agency ls present to any rational agent d. any the success of Eauguin’s artistic project can possibly provide some ju stificatio n fo r h is decision of ta Icing it u p e. It is a matter of co nstltutiye Iiclt that one becomes a sage 1!. li'lll'liEl'l of the following is incorrect about 1l'll'illla m"s view in his “'ly'l oral Lu ck'i“ a. Hagel ls wro ng: moral luck foes not exist
b. Ea uguln's decision to pursue art ls luck-free when it corn es to justifying his
decision c. Kantian moral philosophy can successfully defend inelf against moral Iucl: d. If Gauguin cl led In a car accident. th en icwa s luck that unju stlfied him e. All ofthe aboye 25.1 or F: In an Indu ctlye Inference the truth of the premises does not guarantee the truth of the conclusion.
‘I' or F: the argument for Cartesian skepticism involves the principle of the uniformity of
nature. ‘I' or F: I'ilagel argues that we cannot imagine what it is like to be a bat.
‘l' or F: The statement '1424-3" expresses a relation of Ideas [according to Hume]-
‘l' or F: According to Jackson. eplphenomenal qualia can casually Influence our brain. 3D. ‘I' or F: Loclce provides the same criterion of identity for plats. human beings and
1' or F: According to Locke's crlte rion of personal id entity. one person can occupy
different bodies dyer tim e.
‘l' or F: Mitargms that personal identity does not matter in certain cases. ‘I' or F: In 1.i'll'illla ms" A and B exam ples, a person A diyldes into two peo ple. B and II:
‘I' or F: Williams uses the A and B example to argue for a psychological continuity
criterion of personal Identity. 31.1 or F: Determinists hold that people neyeract freely.
‘I' or F: Corn patiblllsts thlnl: that free will and determinism can both be true.
‘I' or F: Ayer argues that free actions are not causally determined
1' or F: Chisholm argues that if an agent is morally responsible for an action then the
action was not ca used by anything-
‘I' or F: In Fra nkfurt's Jones E Black exa mple,Jones ls n1 a rally responsible for an a ctlon
but could n at haye cl a ne otherwise- !"I

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