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17. The main argument for the use of animals in experiments is that
a) we would have to use humans to find cures for disease but humans are more important than
animals.
b) they don’t complain (too much).
c) animals don’t have rights (since they can’t claim them).
d) none of the above.
18. Which architect tried to design buildings as an organic and integral part of nature?
a) Le Corbusier
b) Philip Johnson
c) Brunelleschi
d) Frank Lloyd Wright
19. Choose which arguments support the protection of endangered species.
a) An irreverence for a small segment of life affects one’s reverence for all life.
b) Nature always allows species to become extinct.
c) All animals contribute in some way to the balance of nature.
d) If species are going extinct as a result of what we do that is part of nature.
20. What should our relationship to nature be
a) wholistic.
b) dominion over.
c) use it or lose it.
d) don’t worry, be happy.
Answer Key to Chapter 16 Test Questions
True or False
1.F 2.T 3.F 4.T 5.T 6. T 7.F 8.T 9.T 10.T The last 3 here require discussion
Multiple Choice
11.B 12.B 13.A 14.D 15.D 16.C 17.A 18.D 19A/C 20.A This last requires discussion
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