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Quiz 3

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Below are the questions for the exam with the choices of answers:

Question #1
A  Pleasure is one of many things that are intrinsically valuable and all pleasure is equally valuable.
B  Pleasure is one of many things that are intrinsically valuable.
C  All pleasure is equally valuable.
D  Some pleasures are “higher” than others and thus more valuable.
Question #2
A  it maximizes happiness.
B  it is performed out of a desire to benefit others.
C  you do it because you understand that it is the right thing to do.
D  you do what duty requires.
Question #3
A  rationality and autonomy.
B  capacity for kindness.
C  being created in the image of God.
D  membership in the species Homo sapiens.
Question #4
A  Never lie.
B  Always maximize happiness.
C  Act only on maxims that are universalizable.
D  Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
Question #5
A  It is neutral on the issue of whether consequentialism is true.
B  It is a version of consequentialism, but it is not utilitarian.
C  It is a version of utilitarianism.
D  it is inconsistent with consequentialism.
Question #6
A  hypothetical imperatives.
B  created by God.
C  categorical imperatives.
D  the products of social convention.
Question #7
A  one’s intentions.
B  the results of one’s action.
C  the results of one’s action and one’s intentions.
D  none of the above
Question #8
A  it is in accordance with the golden rule.
B  its maxim is accepted in one’s society.
C  its maxim is universalizable.
D  it maximizes happiness.
Question #9
A  principle of action that one gives to oneself.
B  objectively correct moral rule.
C  piece of wisdom handed down over many generations.
D  false moral principle.
Question #10
A  injustice can sometimes be justified in certain circumstances, justice is not intrinsically valuable, and utilitarianism sometimes requires us to commit serious injustices.
B  justice is not intrinsically valuable.
C  injustice can sometimes be justified in certain circumstances.
D  utilitarianism sometimes requires us to commit serious injustices.
Question #11
A  Can they care?
B  Can they talk?
C  Can they suffer?
D  Can they reason?
Question #12
A  desire satisfaction.
B  virtue.
C  happiness.
D  knowledge.
Question #13
A  there is no essential connection between the morality of an action and the morality of the intentions behind it.
B  whether one’s action is right depends on whether one’s intentions are good.
C  whether one’s intentions are good depends on whether one’s action is right.
D  the morality of actions and the goodness of intentions are mutually dependent.
Question #14
A  its expected results, its actual results and the goodness of one’s intentions.
B  the goodness of one’s intentions.
C  its actual results.
D  its expected results.
Question #15
A  “do whatever is most useful in the circumstances.”
B  “always pursue your own self-interest.”
C  “do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
D  “maximize overall well-being.”
Question #16
A  does not harm anyone.
B  maximizes the amount of goodness in the world.
C  gives people what they deserve.
D  is good for more people than any alternative action.