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Philosophy Higher Level: META ETHICS REVISION NOTES

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META ETHICS PHILOSOPHY NOTES FOR IB HL COURSE: PAPER 1 ON THE EXAM Revision Guide includes notes on: Cognitivism: Naturalism ethical egoism hedonistic utilitarianism virtue ethics the is/ought question non-naturalism intuitionism consequentilalist intuitionism deontological intuitionism naturalistic fallacy rationalism David Hume Non Cognitivism: emotivism prescriptivism non-cognitivism emotivism prescriptivism

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Liberty University PHIL 201 quiz 3 complete solutions (Updated 2019)

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(Updated 2019) Liberty University PHIL 201 quiz 3 complete solutions correct answers You will get A grade More than 10 different versions · Question 1 3 out of 3 points Which of the following can be classified as a priori knowledge? · Question 2 3 out of 3 points Which of the following represents the key difference in thought from Descartes to Bacon? · Question 3 3 out of 3 points Which of the following is NOT one of the reasons that epistemologists are generally hesitant to accept...

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Liberty University PHIL 201 quiz 5 complete solutions correct answers Updated 2019 (Already Graded A )

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Liberty University PHIL 201 quiz 5 complete solutions correct answers A work. More than 9 different versions Question 1 By “high accessibility requirements” the internalist means: Question 2 The view in which the basing relationship between beliefs is deductive: Question 3 Rene Descartes was a: Question 4 According to externalism one must be aware of whether his cognitive processes are functioning properly or not. Question 5 Coherentism holds that some beliefs are more foundat...

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PHIL 201 QUIZ 5

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Question 1 1. David Hume was a: Unmitigated skeptic Methodological skeptic Local skeptic Global skeptic 3 points Question 2 1. By "high accessibility requirements" the internalist means: The evidence level is so high I do not have access to it I know, or through introspection can attain, my reasons for my beliefs externalists do not highly cherish their epistemic obligations all of the above 3 points Question 3 1. Christopher Columbus was convinced that he discovered a route to the East In...

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Ethics in Life Sciences

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A complete summary of Ethics in Life Sciences from the VU University. Applicable to students in the Health and Life Sciences (Biomolecular Science, MPA, Neuroscience, etc.). The summary covers, ethics, laws for professional ethics, moral issues, ethical reasoning, moral values, ethical theories (deontology/consequentialism/virtues), easiest ways to a closed mind/open mind, fallacies (along with examples and definitions). Philosophers (Immanuel Kant and his theories/ideologies), Jeremy Bentham, ...

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What is a duty called when it applies to everyone at all times?

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Question Question 11pts What is a duty called when it applies to everyone at all times? categorical hypothetical permissible consequential Question 21pts Which of these is a problem that egoists have? They don't want anyone to know that they are egoists. They don't know whether their actions are right or wrong. They don't have any role models to base their behavior on. They don't have any way to judge the characters of other people. Question 31pts If a diabolical villain threatened to blow up a ...

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What is a duty called when it applies to everyone

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Question Question 11pts What is a duty called when it applies to everyone at all times? categorical hypothetical permissible consequential Question 21pts Which of these is a problem that egoists have? They don't want anyone to know that they are egoists. They don't know whether their actions are right or wrong. They don't have any role models to base their behavior on. They don't have any way to judge the characters of other people. Question 31pts If a diabolical villain threatened to blow up a ...

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