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PHI 2000 Introduction to Ethics Final Exam Sophia Course/PHI 2000_Capella-Sophia Ethics Milestones, Latest Fall 2021 Complete Test Bank | 1 Many people confuse topics of religion, social etiquette, and law with ethical topics. Select the example related to social etiquette. · Nathan talks loudly on his cell phone while standing in line at the store. · Anthony follows the flow of traffic, even if he is exceeding the speed limit. · Marcy disapproves of working on Sundays because she was taught ...

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PHI 2000 Introduction to Ethics Final Exam Sophia Course Which of the following statements best describes the relationship between philosophy and science? Philosophy is concerned with how to understand and interpret scientific facts. Which of the following statements best describes the relationship between philosophy and science? Philosophy helps define concepts that are at the center of scientific study. Philosophy pursues truths that cannot be determined through empirical observation. Whic...

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sophia final milestone.Questions and Answers PHI 2000 Introduction to Ethics Final Exam Sophia 1 "Capital punishment is wrong because it turns all the state's citizens into killers." To which theory of ethics is the person who made this statement likely appealing? • Kantian deontology • Virtue-based ethics • Utilitarianism • Conventionalism CONCEPT Case Study: Capital Punishment 2 Which of the following statements is true of ethics? • Ethics is not subject to the same level of ri...

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PHI 2000 Introduction to Ethics Final Exam Sophia Course 1 Many people confuse topics of religion, social etiquette, and law with ethical topics. Select the example related to social etiquette. · Nathan talks loudly on his cell phone while standing in line at the store. · Anthony follows the flow of traffic, even if he is exceeding the speed limit. · Marcy disapproves of working on Sundays because she was taught it was a day of rest. · Tara installs a wheelchair ramp at her business to meet...

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PHI 2000 Introduction to Ethics Final Exam Sophia / PHI ETHICS Sophia final Milestone 1 "Capital punishment is morally wrong because it turns all the state's citizens into killers." To which theory of ethics is the person who made this statement likely appealing? • Kantian deontology • Virtue-based ethics • Utilitarianism • Conventionalism CONCEPT Case Study: Capital Punishment 2 Which of the following statements is true of ethics? • Ethics is not subject to the same lev...

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PHI 2000 Introduction to Ethics Final Exam Sophia / PHI ETHICS Sophia final Milestone 1 "Capital punishment is morally wrong because it turns all the state's citizens into killers." To which theory of ethics is the person who made this statement likely appealing? • Kantian deontology •

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PHI 2000 Introduction to Ethics Final Exam Sophia / PHI ETHICS Sophia final Milestone 1 "Capital punishment is morally wrong because it turns all the state's citizens into killers." To which theory of ethics is the person who made this statement likely appealing? • Kantian deontology • Virtue-based ethics • Utilitarianism • Conventionalism CONCEPT Case Study: Capital Punishment 2 Which of the following statements is true of ethics? • Ethics is not subje...

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PHI 2000 Introduction to Ethics Final Exam Sophia / PHI ETHICS Sophia final Milestone 1 "Capital punishment is morally wrong because it turns all the state's citizens into killers." To which theory of ethics is the person who made this statement likely appealing? • Kantian deontology • Virtue-based ethics • Utilitarianism • Conventionalism CONCEPT Case Study: Capital Punishment 2 Which of the following statements is true of ethics? • Ethics is not subject to the same level of rigor ...

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