PHI 445 Week 1 Quiz Set 3 Which of the following is an example of a human right?
1. Question : When a releases a new drug with known side effects that will help more people than the side effects will harm, this is an example of what type of ethics?
2. Question : Which of the following is an example of a human right?
3. Question : Which of the following shifts the focus from questions about what a person should do toward a focus on who a personis?
4. Question : If Mr. Swanson, a college professor, says that there is no such thing as right and wrong and treats questions regarding what is good and evil as relative to an individual’s values and culture, this is an example of the theory of
5. Question : Janelle gives to charity because she enjoys the gratitude and recognition from the people she helps. This is an example of
6. Question : The main idea of utilitarianism is its focus on
7. Question : The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulates television and radio media to ensure they do not broadcast vulgar language. This is an example of the principle of
8. Question : Which theory of ethics says that we should make decisions that produce “the greatest good for the greatest number”?
9. Question : The idea that we are born with basic moral principles that we use to judge people’s actions describes __________ theory.
10. Question : Which of the following is a legal right in the United States?
11. Question : The idea that character traits can contribute to or take away from a happy and meaningful life describes
12. Question : According to Immanuel Kant, there is essentially one fundamental moral duty:
13. Question : According to philosopher John Locke, which of the following statements about human rights is true?
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