Fresh Grad Lands Job as Real Estate Agent With Help from Professional Writers

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Week 2 Quiz The Trolley Problem & Relativism

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

Question #1
A  relativism
B  egoism
C  utilitarianism
D  ethics
Question #2
A  volatile marriage
B  male domination
C  disregard for the life of elders
D  morally permissible infanticide
Question #3
A  Egoism and Communalism
B  Hedonism and Virtue
C  Consquentialism and Deontology
D  Action and Inaction
Question #4
A  The moral code of our own society has no special sta- tus; it is but one among many.
B  The moral code of a society determines what is right within that society; that is, if the moral code of a society says that a certain action is right, then that action is right, at least within that society.
C  It is arrogant for us to judge other cultures. We should always be tolerant of them.
D  There is no objective standard that can be used to judge one society’s code as better than another’s. There are no moral truths that hold for all people at all times.
E  Different societies have different moral codes.
Question #5
A  relativism 
B  utilitarianism
C  ethics
D  egoism
E  morality
Question #6
A  The idea of moral progress is called into doubt.
B  We could no longer criticize the code of our own society.
C  We could no longer say that the customs of other societies are morally inferior to our own.
D  It is easier to convince people from different cultures what is right or wrong.
Question #7
A  To be open-minded about other cultures.
B  That the ends always justify the means
C  That we need to protect morality from relativism.
D  That there is no such thing as right or wrong.
Question #8
A  utilitarianism 
B  ethics
C  morality 
D  relativism 
Question #9
A  a surgeon operating on organ donors 
B  a pandemic virus
C  Self-driving car
D  Public Housing Design
Question #10
A  Trick question, he doesn’t actually bring up excision in this chapter.
B  To demonstrate how religion is the key to solving moral disputes.
C  To provide an example of a moral act that most people across cultures would argue is always wrong.
D  To show that all moral actions are always equally moral.