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PHL 320 Week 5 Practice: Week 5 Knowledge Check

Complete the "Week 5 Knowledge Check" in Connect®.

Note: You have unlimited attempts available to complete this practice assignment. The highest scored attempt will be recorded. These assignments have earlier due dates, so plan accordingly. Grades must be transferred manually to eCampus by your instructor. Don't worry, this might happen after your due date.

 

Virtue ethics is an abstruse ethical theory.

True or False

 

 

 

Reasoning used by jurists and attorneys in applying the law is both deductive and inductive.

True or False

 

 

In estimating the moral worth of what people do, utilitarianism seems to discount people's intentions.

True or False

 

 

A moral imperative prescribes an action, not for the sake of some result, but simply because that action is our moral duty.

True or False

 

 

 

Legal reasoning and moral reasoning both lead to prescriptions about whether or not certain actions should be done.

True or False

 

 

 

Stare decisis is the doctrine that even though a court has pronounced a principle of law applicable to a certain set of facts, other judges should follow common sense in determining whether to apply that principle to other cases in which the facts are substantially the same.

True or False

 

 

 

Immanuel Kant's deontologism urges people to act so as to produce the most happiness.

True or False

 

 

 

Identifying Reasons That are Helpful in Focusing Perception 2

Determine whether the following reasons are (1) helpful in focusing perception to elicit a favorable response, (2) helpful in focusing perception to elicit an unfavorable response, (3) too vague to focus perception, (4) false or implausible and therefore unable to focus perception, or (5) irrelevant to focusing perception.

 

The information you need is contained in the reasons, so try to visualize or imagine what the work is like from what is said. All of these are paraphrases of testimony given at a hearing in 1985 about a proposal to remove Tilted Arc,an immense abstract sculpture, from a plaza in front of a federal office building.

 

        

Helpful in focusing perception to elicit a favorable response

Helpful in focusing perception to elicit an unfavorable response

Too vague to focus perception

False or implausible and therefore unable to focus perception

Irrelevant to focusing perception

 

 

        

Helpful in focusing perception to elicit a favorable response

Helpful in focusing perception to elicit an unfavorable response

Too vague to focus perception

False or implausible and therefore unable to focus perception

Irrelevant to focusing perception

 

 

        

Helpful in focusing perception to elicit a favorable response

Helpful in focusing perception to elicit an unfavorable response

Too vague to focus perception

False or implausible and therefore unable to focus perception

Irrelevant to focusing perception

 

 

        

Helpful in focusing perception to elicit a favorable response

Helpful in focusing perception to elicit an unfavorable response

Too vague to focus perception

False or implausible and therefore unable to focus perception

Irrelevant to focusing perception

 

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