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# Thingy 111

Devon Lee
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COURSE
College Algebra
PROF.
Dr hank hill
TYPE
Class Notes
PAGES
2
WORDS
CONCEPTS
Math
KARMA
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Devon Lee on Tuesday August 16, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 111 at Ohio State University taught by Dr hank hill in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see College Algebra in Math at Ohio State University.

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Final Exam Review Questions   weekley/1300/sp2016 PART I:  Short answer:  this means a fill­in­the­blank or a straightforward definition or answer. I am just trying to test your general grasp of the factual information from the course, here.  One  or two sentences should be enough; answers do not have to be justified or backed up by evidence or reasons in this section) 1.  Be able to define the following terms (I may give a definition and have you fill in the blank,  or give the term and have you provide the definition): argument moral agent cultural relativism assumption conclusion ethical egoism implication individual relativism (ethical) altruism valid argument karma (ethical) absolutism sound argument dukkha (‘classic’) determinism fatalism 2.  Be able to give, or recognize, a short definition of each of the following (and know what  name is most associated with each, as in Kant, Mill, Bentham, Hobbes, Aristotle, Buddha): GHGNP Hedonistic Calculus Impermanence Social Contract Theory Rational Absolutism Dharma the Golden Mean Interconnectedness State of Nature Maxim Greatest Happiness Principle 3.  What would each theory below be likely to claim is the ‘point’, or goal, of acting ethically?   (one sentence each is probably sufficient.  Be clear about what you mean, but you do not need to  support or justify your answer in this case). (HINT:  if confused, ask yourself:  according to each theory, what would happen if you didn’t act morally, or ‘good’?)   a. utilitarianism b. Buddhism c. Social Contract d. egoism e. virtue ethics f. cultural relativism g. the “divine command” theory (Judeo/Christian tradition, as an example) 4. Referring to the material (notes and reading) on Eastern vs. Western assumptions and  Buddhism, be sure you review the basic differences in assumptions that I discuss.  I may give  you a short list of assumptions, and you might have to identify which type of culture (Eastern or  Western) that the particular assumption is likely to come from. This ‘objective’ part of the exam is wort50 points .  (see next page) 1 Final Exam Review Questions   weekley/1300/sp2016 The other part of the final, worth 30 points, is the ‘personal essay’, which you  write on your own, and must turn in, as a typed hard copy, at the final exam time.  See the ‘rubric for personal essay’ document to get the full instructions and  requirements for that section. (I will post this for you.) 2

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