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Consequentialist & Non-Consequentialist Philosophies Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Rand recommends that human beings act in what way?

Question 2 2. Kant was most interested in which of the following:

Question 3 3. How does Rachels describe ethical egoism?

Question 4 4. The ethics of care is often described as:

Question 5 5. Which of the following is an example of a categorical imperative?

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Question 6 6. Which of the following is a key element of the ethics of care theory?

Question 7 7. Choose the answer that best represents Rand's point of view.

Question 8 8. The ethics of care is often contrasted with which of the following?

Question 9 9. Deontology is a theoretical approach that focuses on which of the following:

Question 10 10. The ethics of care theory focuses on what aspect of our actions?

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Question 11 11. What is a main problem Rachels sees in the view of rational egoism?

Question 12 12. According to Kant, one way to determine if an action is a categorical imperative is whether you would make it what type of law?

Question 13 13. Which of the following is an example of a hypothetical imperative?

Question 14 14. Why does Rand say a rational egoist won't act in destructive ways?

Question 15 15. Gilligan and Noddings emphasize the importance of which of the following?

Consequentialist & Non-Consequentialist Philosophies Chapter Exam Instructions

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