|Question 31.31. In Gilligan’s article, the example of Heinz involves which crime (Points : 1)theft
|Question 32.32. Robinson suggests that the more closely one associates with one’s identity with a certain group, the more one will (Points : 1)Associate one’s honor with defying the honor of the group
Associate one’s honor with that of the group
Associate one’s honor with that of the enemy group
Associate one’s honor with the honor of prudence
None of the above
|Question 33.33. Tom Regan discusses the concept of indirect duties. Having only indirect duties towards animals means (Points : 1)That we have a duty not to harm animals but only because of the harm it might do to humans
That we have no duties regarding animals whatsoever
That our duties towards animals are equal to our duties towards humans
That we actually have greater duties to animals than to humans
|Question 34.34. In Gilligan’s example, the child named Amy focuses on this aspect of the Heinz dilemma (Points : 1)the logical nature of the problem
a utilitarian calculus that weighs the options
Kohlberg’s theory of moral development
the relationships involved in the dilemma
|Question 35.35. According to Aristotle, we should begin ethical inquiry by specifying: (Points : 1)which things are intrinsically valuable.
the ultimate aim of all that we do.
what our fundamental duties are.
what constraints on behavior it would be reasonable to agree to.
|Question 36.36. According to Rachels, active euthanasia involves: (Points : 1)the intentional termination of one’s life by another person, to relieve pain and suffering.
ceasing to use “extraordinary means” to prolong someone’s life.
intentionally causing a patient’s death, against the patient’s wishes.
the refusal to treat a patient to avoid incurring unnecessary costs.
|Question 37.37. Hill would agree most with which of the following statements? (Points : 1)Plants have rights that grant them certain ethical merit.
Plants should not be harmed because of their use value to humans.
Plants do not have rights.
Plants have the same rights as animals.
|Question 38.38. The Ring of Gyges gave the shepherd who found it (Points : 1)Intelligence
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|Question 39.39. What is palliative care? (Points : 1)Treatments that relieve suffering for people in life threatening situations that allow them to live their lives to the fullest.
Treatments that are only provided in Canada.
Treatments that heal people when they face life-threatening illnesses.
Treatments that involve painful processes that help to kill cancer and other diseases.
|Question 40.40. Michael Walzer argues that there is a radical distinction between war and civil life because (Points : 1)war is an intensely collective and collectivizing experience
the circumstances of war are intensely coercive in ways not found elsewhere in society
war is a world of pervasive uncertainty
all of the above
|Question 41.41. What is Peter Singer’s point about performing vivisection on mentally disabled human infants? (Points : 1)That if we say that it would be wrong to perform experiments on such humans but not on non-humans then we are showing bias based upon species alone
That a good speciesist would not perform experiments on any being
That we should test upon mentally disabled human infants because the results would be more reliable than tests on animals
That anyone who would consider testing on a human infant is a monster
|Question 42.42. According to the videos, in which is it legal to commit assisted suicide? (Points : 1)Canada
|Question 43.43. According to the video “Meet Your Meat”, which of the following is not
true of how animals are slaughtered on factory farms (Points : 1)They are driven in extreme weather conditions without food or water
They are often still conscious while being slaughtered
They are often roughly handled and severely injured by the time they make it to slaughter
They are ensured every means of avoiding fear and stress during the slaughtering process.
|Question 44.44. If the Ring of Gyges really existed, (Points : 1)Just people would use it for justice.
Just people would not use it at all.
Unjust people would use it differently than just people.
Everyone would use it the same.
|Question 45.45. Held uses this example to talk about the political distinctions that separate men and women in the realms of the public and the private (Points : 1)a business man going out for cocktails
a mother nursing her child
a city planner developing a building
a mother homeschooling her children
|Question 46.46. According to Thomas Hill’s account of environmental ethics, a person might show a lack of virtue when they: (Points : 1)fail to realize that human needs and interests are worthless and unimportant.
fail find any aesthetic value in nature.
fail to recognize the rights of nonsentient beings.
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|Question 47.47. Aristotle conceives of a virtue as: (Points : 1)a rule that tells you what the right action is.
a state of character that enables practically wise choices.
a positive self-image.
a way to gain as much pleasure as possible.
|Question 48.48. What happens to the offspring of dairy cows, according to the video “Meet Your Meat”? (Points : 1)They are taken away at a young age
They stay with their mothers until a healthy age
They are placed in animal sanctuaries
They go to pasture to become breeders
|Question 49.49. What is Tom Regan’s position about the use of animals in research and agriculture? (Points : 1)Animals should be used whenever it can be proven that the human benefits outweigh the harms caused to the animals
Animals should never be used for medical research or commercial agriculture
Animals should only be used for medical research shown to be beneficial to humanity, never for agriculture
Animals should be used in both medical research and agriculture but should be treated as humanely as possible