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PHI 208 Final Exam 50 Questions (2 Set)

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Question 1.      Question :        Which of the following would be an idea shared both by the teacher (Kevin Kline) from the clip of The Emperor’s Club, and by either MacIntyre or Aristotle (or both)?

 

Question 2.      Question :        In Gilligan’s article, the example of Heinz involves which crime

 

Question 3.      Question :        Leon Kass argues that the primary responsibility of physicians is to:

 

Question 4.      Question :        According to Tom Regan, what is fundamentally wrong with our current system?

 

Question 5.      Question :        How have historians tended to treat typically male tendencies versus typically female tendencies?

 

Question 6.      Question :        What is Tom Regan’s main criticism of the contractarian approach to ethical duties?

 

Question 7.      Question :        According to Glaukon, justice is based on

 

Question 8.      Question :        In the video “Drones Are Not Ethical and Effective,” Jeremy Waldron argues that drones are not ethical because their use involves

 

Question 9.      Question :        Utilitarianism is a form of what broader kind of ethical theory?

 

Question 10.    Question :        According to Rachels, active euthanasia is currently:

 

Question 11.    Question :        Which of the following would be an expression of rule utilitarianism, rather than act utilitarianism?

 

Question 12.    Question :        What does Noddings say about male versus female language when opposing war?

 

Question 13.    Question :        What moral theory does Jeremy Bentham (with whom Singer seems to agree) endorse?

 

Question 14.    Question :        According to the video “Meet Your Meat”, which of the following is not

true of how animals are slaughtered on factory farms

 

Question 15.    Question :        What does Singer say about other philosophers’ attempts to argue that only humans have moral worth?

 

Question 16.    Question :        According to Rachels, many people accept the conventional doctrine because they believe:

 

Question 17.    Question :        Which of the following does not describe how egg-laying hens are treated in factory farms?

 

Question 18.    Question :        According to Kant, the moral worth of an action:

 

Question 19.    Question :        Jeremy Waldron argues that drone warfare is neither ethical or effective because it

 

Question 20.    Question :        What does Singer say about finding the basis for moral duties in the “intrinsic dignity” of humanity?

 

Question 21.    Question :        In Kant Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals, the maxim of an act is:

 

Question 22.    Question :        Thomas Nagel argues that all rules of engagement should be governed by the utilitarian principle that

 

Question 23.    Question :        Hill claims that a fruitful way to think about the badness of destroying the environment is:

 

Question 24.    Question :        Hill uses this technique in the middle of the article to examine ideas about the human’s place within nature:

 

Question 25.    Question :        Kenneth Anderson argues that the fact that drones make the resort to force easier

 

Question 26.    Question :        What does Tom Regan say is the source of inherent value in an individual?

 

Question 27.    Question :        According to Thomas Nagel’s article, “War and Massacre,” the absolutist position that creates no problems of interpretation is

 

Question 28.    Question :        If Midgley is correct, moral scepticism

 

Question 29.    Question :        Which of the following does Tom Regan say about the utilitarian approach to animal ethics?

 

Question 30.    Question :        According to Rachels, active euthanasia involves:

 

Question 31.    Question :        In Gilligan’s example, the child named Amy focuses on this aspect of the Heinz dilemma

 

Question 32.    Question :        According to Gilligan, stages five and six of Kohlberg’s analysis of moral development involve

 

Question 33.    Question :        Kant explains that respect for a person is:

 

Question 34.    Question :        Glaukon seems to think that people are

 

Question 35.    Question :        Nagel argues that the atomic bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki were just like what other kind of action, just on a larger scale?

 

Question 36.    Question :        According to Thomas Hill’s account of environmental ethics, a person might show a lack of virtue when they:

 

Question 37.    Question :        Hill refers to the ability to understand oneself, to face oneself, and to be honest about the kind of creature one is by this term:

Question 38.    Question :        Michael Walzer argues that in the unique world of war, both morality and authority are

 

Question 39.    Question :        Passive euthanasia is:

 

Question 40.    Question :        What does Noddings have to say about essentialism about gender?

 

Question 41.    Question :        Which of the following does not happen in the “Meet Your Meat” to animals with diseases or injuries on modern factory farms:

 

 

Question 42.    Question :        In The Emperor’s Club, what best describes the teacher’s (Kevin Kline) response to his student’s (Emile Hirsch) admission of cheating?

 

Question 43.    Question :        According to the scene from The Bridge on the River Kwai, what is the ultimate reason Colonel Nicholson (Alec Guinness) insists that the soldiers work hard to build the best bridge possible:

 

 

Question 44.    Question :        Rachels argues that the conventional doctrine:

 

Question 45.    Question :        Which of the following are questions in the Bechdel test?

 

 

Question 46.    Question :        What would best express Colonel Nicholson’s (Alec Guinness) view regarding what makes a soldier, as expressed in the The Bridge on the River Kwai clip?

 

Question 47.    Question :        Which of the following does Peter Singer assert about the principle of equality?

 

Question 48.    Question :        According to Leon Kass, the drive to legalize euthanasia can be largely attributed to

 

 

Question 49.    Question :        Midgley analyzes the position that each society is a separate culture with its own values. This position is known as

 

 

Question 50.    Question :        According to Rachels, the case of Smith and Jones shows that:

 

 

 

 

Set 2

PHI 208 Final Exam (50 Question) Set 2

 

 

1.  Question : According to Jeremy Bentham (as described by Singer) what should determine whether a being’s interests should be taken into account?

2.  Question : In the video “Drones Are Not Ethical and Effective,” Jeremy Waldron argues that drones are not ethical because their use involves

3.  Question : Rachels claims that:

4.  Question : The conventional doctrine is endorsed by:

5.  Question : Which answer best describes Noddings’s statements about how mothers frequently to feel about losing their children in war?

6.  Question : According to Rachels, the “conventional doctrine” maintains that:

7.  Question : In the article “War and Massacre,” Thomas Nagel argues that moral absolutism

8.  Question : According to Midgley, moral isolationism

9.  Question : How do we determine the difference between higher and lower pleasures, according to Mill?

10. Question : Gilligan claims that females tend to see relationships as these

11.  Question : In the video “Sexism in the News Media 2012” some newscasters blame military women for this

12. Question : According to Kant, the moral worth of an action:

13.  Question : Which of the following are questions in the Bechdel test?

14.  Question : In Kant Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals, the maxim of an act is:

15.  Question : According to Rachels, the case of Smith and Jones shows that:

16.  Question : According to Aristotle, we should begin ethical inquiry by specifying:

17.  Question : According to Thomas Hill’s account of environmental ethics, a person might show a lack of virtue when they:

18.  Question : Reason is a faculty that we have that:

19.  Question : Aristotle states that if we ask what the highest good of human action is:

20.  Question : Kant explains that respect for a person is:

21.  Question : According to Leon Kass, the drive to legalize euthanasia can be largely attributed to

22.  Question : According to Rachels, active euthanasia is currently:

23.  Question : Kant claims that a good will is:

24.  Question : Aristotle claims that the function of human life is:

25.  Question : Aristotle conceives of a virtue as:

26.  Question : According to the scene from The Bridge on the River Kwai, what is the ultimate reason Colonel Nicholson (Alec Guinness) insists that the soldiers work hard to build the best bridge possible:

27.  Question : Why is it hard for physicians to understand palliative care?

28.  Question : According to Tom Regan, what is fundamentally wrong with our current system?

29.  Question : Glaukon thinks that deep in our hearts we all believe that

30.  Question : According to Midgely, moral isolationism leads to

31.   Question : Peter Singer’s “basic principles of equality” applied to animals means:

32.  Question : The Ring of Gyges gave the shepherd who found it

33.  Question : What moral theory does Jeremy Bentham (with whom Singer seems to agree) endorse?

34.  Question : According to Kant, suicide is:

35.  Question : If the Ring of Gyges really existed,

36.  Question : Kenneth Anderson argues that the fact that drones make the resort to force easier

37.  Question : Which of the following does not describe how egg-laying hens are treated in factory farms?

38.  Question : What is Tom Regan’s position about the use of animals in research and agriculture?

39.  Question : In Hill’s example, what did the wealthy eccentric man do to his yard after he bought a new house?

40.  Question : Which of the following makes it difficult to calculate the utility of an act

41.  Question : Rachels concludes that:

42.  Question : According to the video “Religion, War, and Violence,” Just War Theory asserts that military intervention

43.  Question : Hill would claim that a lack of aesthetic perception

44.  Question : Midgley analyzes the position that each society is a separate culture with its own values. This position is known as

45.  Question : Robinson argues that honor

46.  Question : Robinson describes magnanimity and integrity as both primarily concerned with what?

47.  Question : Thomas Nagel argues that all rules of engagement should be governed by the utilitarian principle that

48.  Question : According to Held, the following have been aligned with femininity in the history of Western thought

49.  Question : Feminist ethics is based around which of the following ideas

50.  Question : According to Colin Stokes, in this film all the heroic, wise, and villainous characters are female.

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