Ethics: Theory and Practice Exam 2
Facts about Abortion, Hospice, Euthanasia
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Law and Ethics
#1. Crime - An act that violates criminal law. #2. Litigation - A lawsuit. #3. Litigant - either party directly involved in a lawsuit. #4. Plaintiff - One who intiates(institutes a lawsuit) #5. De...
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#1. Explain plain Rachels’ Smith and Jones example. What conclusion does Rachels draw from this example? - This is the bathtub one #2. Explain lain Velleman’s argument that having a choice is harmf...
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Blasutti Law Units 2,3,4
#1. Summary Conviction Offence - least serious type of crime #2. Indictable Offence - most serious type of crime #3. Hybrid Offence - can be treated as either indictable or summary conviction #4. C...
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J&S Unit 1 vocab
#1. Metaphysics - Philosophy of existence #2. Epistemology - Philosophy of knowledge and thought #3. Value Theory - Philosophy of extent and degree #4. Ethics - Branch of value theory examining th...
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Philosophy Exam Dr
#1. According to Aquinas, how may kinds of law are there? what is the difference between them? - Three (or four) Eternal Law: Is an ideal law that applies to the universe....
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The Moral of The Story An Introduction to Ethics
#1. Give an account of who Aristotle was - Son of a physician, (student) drawn to platos academy. Taught Alexandria the great, taught at the lyceum #2. What is the relation between virtue and excel...
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Review Exam 3
#1. What is the difference between Consequentialism and Deontology? - Consequentialism: States that before we can decide the difference between actions that are good and bad we ...
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