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PHIL 2306 EXAM 2/PHIL 2306 EXAM 2 Questions And Answers (Download To Score An A)
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PHIL 2306 EXAM 2 QUESTION 1 According to Kant, an action is morally acceptable if and only if It maximizes happiness. Its maxim is universalizable. Its maxim is accepted in society. It is in ac cordance with the golden rule. QUESTION 2 According to Kant, the demands of morality are Categorical imperatives. Hypothetical imperatives. Created by God. The products of social convention. QUESTION 3 A prisoner's dilemma is a situation in which All people benefit if all people refrain from pursuing the...

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PHI 2604 Proctored Final Exam Study Guide with complete solution(Latest 2020-2021 study Guide)
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How to Use This Study Guide • Your final exam consists of 30 multiple choice questions randomly selected from the following bank of questions. • There are 10-25 possible questions per chapter we have covered and all answers can be found in your textbook. • To prepare, we recommend you print this document, and use your textbook to answer the questions and review your previous assignments, especially the InQuizitive exercises. • We recommend that you start preparation for the fin...

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• Question 1 2 out of 2 points To what are we referring when we discuss that, “set of rules governing how people are to treat one another, that rational people will agree to accept, for their mutual benefit, on the condition that others follow those rules as well”? • Question 2 2 out of 2 points “Gut feelings” about right and wrong that seem to arise within our consciousness without us being aware of why or how they arose are sometimes referred to as: • Questi...

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• Question 1 2 out of 2 points To what are we referring when we discuss that, “set of rules governing how people are to treat one another, that rational people will agree to accept, for their mutual benefit, on the condition that others follow those rules as well”? • Question 2 2 out of 2 points “Gut feelings” about right and wrong that seem to arise within our consciousness without us being aware of why or how they arose are sometimes referred to as: • Questi...

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CRJ 220 Week 8 Quiz 3 - Question and Answers CRJ220 Week 8 Quiz 3 1. Taking what appears to be moral behavior and explaining it instead in terms of self-interest is a strategy known as: 2. “Gut feelings” about right and wrong that seem to arise within our consciousness without us being aware of why or how they arose are sometimes referred to as: 3. To willingly accept some cost to ourselves in order to ensure that those who violate laws and social norms suffer consequences for their behavior...

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PHIL 347N / PHIL347N Week 8 Final Exam 2
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Question 1.1. (TCO 1) What makes critical thinking critical? (Points : 4) It requires careful and deliberate work It is an analytic process It requires coming up with claims, true or otherwise It is the application of common sense to complex problems It offers guidance about critiquing thinking Question 2.2. (TCO 1, 2, 4) What is the first order of business when it comes to thinking critically about an issue? (Points : 4) Formulating a p...

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PHIL 447N Final Exam Question 1.1. (TCO 1) What makes critical thinking critical? (Points : 4) It requires careful and deliberate work It is an analytic process It requires coming up with claims, true or otherwise It is the application of common sense to complex problems It offers guidance about critiquing thinking Question 2.2. (TCO 1, 2, 4) What is the first order of business when it comes to thinking critically about an issue? (Points : 4) Formulating a proposal Discovering whether the questi...

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PHIL447_final_exam 2020 Question 1.1. (TCO 1) What makes critical thinking critical? (Points : 4) It requires careful and deliberate work It is an analytic process It requires coming up with claims, true or otherwise It is the application of common sense to complex problems It offers guidance about critiquing thinking Question 2.2. (TCO 1, 2, 4) What is the first order of business when it comes to thinking critically about an issue? (Points : 4) ...

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ATI Comprehensive Exam Study Guide 1. Sport Psychology A (3)– PSP 5800A*** Study Guide From Final What is the focus of the cognitive model? • Perceptions (how you perceive things) • Thought patterns • Attention • Attributions (explaining the reasons why we do things) What does the NLP model focus on? • How senses are used to create representations of the world • Sensory info • Language • How you use your senses and then how we figure out what our perception of...

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