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Quiz 2

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

Question #1
A  more moral importance than my own interests.
B  no moral importance.
C  some moral importance but not as much as my own interests.
D  just as much moral importance as my own interests.
Question #2
A  is entitled to one’s own property.
B  is allowed to pursue self-interest.
C  is entitled to one’s own property, is allowed to pursue self-interest and has the right to be free from the interference of others when pursuing self-interest.
D  has the right to be free from the interference of others when pursuing self-interest.
Question #3
A  violates many widely shared moral beliefs, cannot allow for the existence of genuine moral rights, and arbitrarily elevates the interests of some people over those of others.
B  violates many widely shared moral beliefs and arbitrarily elevates the interests of some people over those of others.
C  cannot allow for the existence of genuine moral rights.
D  arbitrarily elevates the interests of some people over those of others.
Question #4
A  if there is good reason to do something, then doing it must make you better off.
B  egoism makes everyone better off.
C  no one is capable of behaving altruistically.
D  if doing something makes you better off, then there is good reason to do it.
Question #5
A  impossible.
B  rare but should always be resolved in favor of morality.
C  widespread.
D  rare but should always be resolved in favor of self-interest.
Question #6
A  The truth of psychological egoism would mean that most of what we take for granted about morality would be mistaken.
B  Psychological egoism has no implications for ethics.
C  The truth of psychological egoism would have a few minor implications for ethics.
D  Psychological egoism aims to provide a comprehensive guide to our moral obligations.
Question #7
A  a descriptive theory of human motivation.
B  an ethical theory about how we ought to act.
C  a character trait that certain people have.
D  a political theory about how society ought to be organized.
Question #8
A  a direct desire to benefit others for their own sake.
B  any action that benefits others, a direct desire to benefit others for their own sake, and a desire to benefit others in order to further our own ends.
C  a desire to benefit others in order to further our own ends.
D  any action that benefits others.
Question #9
A  people morally ought to pursue their self-interest at all times.
B  everything people do is fundamentally motivated by self-interest.
C  acting solely out of self-interest is psychologically unhealthy.
D  the mind is composed of the id, the superego, and the ego.
Question #10
A  in ways that are spontaneous and creative.
B  more kindly and less competitively.
C  in ways that are spontaneous and creative and more kindly and less competitively.
D  selfishly.
Question #11
A  are real, whereas laws of nature are imaginary.
B  tell us what we will do as opposed to what we ought to do.
C  tell us what we ought to do as opposed to what we will do.
D  are imaginary, whereas laws of nature are real.
Question #12
A  obeying God’s commands
B  doing whatever maximizes happiness
C  fulfilling his or her true nature
D  obeying the laws of the land
Question #13
A  selfish; cooperative
B  selfish; neither good nor bad
C  neither good nor bad; selfish
D  cooperative; selfish
Question #14
A  unknowable.
B  self-evident.
C  conceptual truths.
D  empirical truths.
Question #15
A  is morally responsible for his or her actions.
B  consistently does the morally right thing.
C  represents another person in a legal context.
D  consistently does the morally right thing. and represents another person in a legal context.
Question #16
A  maximizes happiness.
B  is in accordance with God’s commands.
C  is in accordance with human nature.
D  is permitted by the laws of the government.
Question #17
A  “Do the gods love actions because they are pious, or are actions pious because the gods love them?
B  “What reasons do we have for believing in the gods?”
C  “How do we determine what the gods command us to do?”
D  “Why would someone who does not believe in the gods act justly?”
Question #18
A  God did not create morality but always accurately reports it.
B  God’s commands are always based on good reasons, God did not create morality but always accurately reports it, and acts are morally required just because they are commanded by God.
C  acts are morally required just because they are commanded by God.
D  God’s commands are always based on good reasons.
Question #19
A  humans author some laws, the moral law requires a lawmaker, and if God is the author of the moral law, then humans cannot be
B  the moral law requires a lawmaker.
C  humans author some laws.
D  if God is the author of the moral law, then humans cannot be.
Question #20
A  us to know the difference between right and wrong.
B  morality to exist at all.
C  us to be motivated to act morally and morality to exist at all.
D  us to be motivated to act morally, to know the difference between right and wrong, and morality to exist at all.