PHI208 Week 4 Quiz 2
PHI208 Week 4 Quiz 2
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1 Question Robinson agrees with Aquinas idea that Student Answer Honor is a subjective quality Honor is secondary to integrity F a F Honor must be displayed in action Honor is secondary to magnanimity f None of the above F Instructor The answer can be found on p 265 of Robinson s article Magnanimity Explanation and Integrity as Military Virtues Points Received 1 of 1 Comments 15031o72o1 l MultipleChoice l 23 True l o 1503107201 MultipleChoice l 23 Question 2 Question According to Aristotle happiness is Student Answer a contented state of mind as much pleasure and as little pain as possible F feeling good about oneself F a a life that is lived well f Instructor The answer can be found in Section 14 of Aristotle s Nicomachean Explanation Ethics Points Received 0 of 1 Comments 15031o72oo MultipleChoice l 4 l False ll 0 1503107200 MultipleChoice l 4 Question 3 Question Robinson suggests that the more closely one associates with one s identity with a certain group the more one will Student Answer Associate one s honor with defying the honor of the group a Associate one s honor with that of the group Associate one s honor with that of the enemy group F 6 Associate one s honor with the honor of prudence None of the above T Instructor The answer can be found on p 266 of Robinson s article Explanation Magnanimity and Integrity as Military Virtues Points Received 1 of 1 Comments 15031o7199 MultipleChoice l 24 True ll 0 1503107199 MultipleChoice l 24 Question 4 Question Hill would agree most with which of the following statements Student Answer 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 Instructor The answer can be found on p 213 of Thomas Hill s Ideals of Explanation Human Excellence and Preserving Natural Environments Points Received 1 of 1 Comments 1503107198 MultipleChoice l 12 True o 1503107198 MultipleChoice l 12 Question 5 Question Hill refers to the ability to understand oneself to face oneself and to be honest about the kind of creature one is by this term Student Self love Answer r I Humility rig in Self acceptance ET Relational harmony Instructor The answer can be found on p 221 of Thomas Hill s Ideals of Human Explanation Excellence and Preserving Natural Environments Points Received 0 of 1 Comments 1503107197 MultipleChoice l 15 l False l o 1503107197 MultipleChoice l 15 Question 6 Question Aristotle claims that the function of human life is Student Answer survival and reproduction F service to the gods F a rational activity if to pursue pleasure if Instructor The answer can be found in Section 17 of Aristotle s Nicomachean Explanation Ethics Points Received 1 of 1 Comments 1503107196 MultipleChoice l 2 True 0 1503107196 MultipleChoice l 2 Question 7 Question Hill uses this technique in the middle of the article to examine ideas about the human s place within nature Student Answer He presents specific factual examples that demonstrate harm to the environment He presents a fictional example of a perfect island He asks the reader to imagine a specific world that contained F inherent worth He creates a dialogue between an environmentalist and anti u39 if environmentalist Instructor The answer can be found on pgs 217 220 of Thomas Hill s Ideals of Explanation Human Excellence and Preserving Natural Environments Points Received 1 of 1 Comments l 15031o7195 l MultipleChoice l 14 True I 0 1503107195 MultipleChoice 14 Question 8 Question Aristotle states that if we ask what the highest good of human action is Student Answer F there is no agreement about the answer F most people agree that it is pleasure in F nearly everyone agrees that it is happiness there is no objective answer to this question F Instructor The answer can be found in Section 14 of Aristotle s Nicomachean Explanation Ethics Points Received 0 of 1 Comments H 1503107194 MultipleChoice l 3 l False l o 1503107194 MultipleChoice l 3 Question 9 Question Robinson argues that integrity should be regarded as Student Answer An absolute value in all military activities An absolute value in the honor group An absolute value only on the battlefield An absolute value only for noncombatants a None of the above T Instructor The answer can be found on p 260 of Robinson s article Magnanimity Explanation and Integrity as Military Virtues Points Received 0 of 1 Comments l 15031o7193 l MultipleChoice l 18 l False l o 1503107193 MultipleChoice l 18 Question 10 Question In what way would Hill s notion of self acceptance correspond to Aristotle s conception of eudaimonia Student Answer They both are inherently selfish and contrary to virtue They both require the virtues of arrogance and pride Neither has anything to do with ethics They both involve acknowledging that we are the sorts of a if creatures we are Instructor The answer can be found on p 221 of Thomas Hill s Ideals of Human Explanation Excellence and Preserving Natural Environments and Section 17 of Aristotle s Nicomachean Ethics
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