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12. “If it feels good do it” is a popular slogan associated with which moral theory?
a) Rule nonconsequentialsm
b) Transcendentalism
c) Act nonconsequentialism
d) Egoism
13. Who said that if you can’t universalize your action then it is not moral?
a) Socrates
b) Jesus
c) Joseph Fletcher
d) Kant
14. Who said that making a promise was self evidently to create a moral claim on us?
a) Immanuel Kant
b) W. D. Ross
c) Carol Gilligan
d) Martha Stewart
15. A weakness of nonconsequentialists is that they try to avoid
a) the consequences of their rules or acts.
b) the duties that all human beings have.
c) the virtues in leading the good life.
d) paying taxes like the rest of us.
16. Which of the following are examples of non-consequentialist ethical theories?
a) Intuitionism
b) Divine Command
c) Deontological Ethics
d) Prima Facie Ethics
e) All of the above
17. Which is a complaint often made against intuitionism?
a) There is an immediate sense of right and wrong.
b) Intuitions, or moral ideas, preceded professional philosophy.
c) There is no proof that we have an innate moral sense.
d) Reasoning in morals is only a matter of confirming our intuitions.
18. What is a presumed strength of Divine Command Theory?
a) There is a standard above human reasoning.
b) There is no rational foundation.
c) Even if the rules are morally valid, there is no justification procedure for them.
d) There is far too much divergence among religious people to make a determination of the
rules with any confidence.
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