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Deontological Ethis

Read pages 150-151, Deontological Ethics, 1. Introduction.  And based on that reading, answer: DO you think Al is an honest person?  Why?What are deontological theories of ethics? Answer Question 2 on page 151. Read pages 152-154.  Answer: Question # 1 and #4 on page 154  Watch video on YouTube: Beginner’s Guide to Kant’s Moral Philosophy …

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ethical theories

Read in Chapter 6 pages 112-113.  Based on that chapter, answer the following questions:What is Hedonism?(see also page 16 and 17) How the statement:  pleasure and happiness are not the same is explained.  Based on the reading on page 113, what is the difference between pleasure and happiness? Find on the internet 3 different definitions …

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ethical theories

Read in Chapter 6 pages 112-113.  Based on that chapter, answer the following questions:What is Hedonism?(see also page 16 and 17) How the statement:  pleasure and happiness are not the same is explained.  Based on the reading on page 113, what is the difference between pleasure and happiness? Find on the internet 3 different definitions …

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ethical theories

Read in Chapter 6 pages 112-113.  Based on that chapter, answer the following questions:What is Hedonism?(see also page 16 and 17) How the statement:  pleasure and happiness are not the same is explained.  Based on the reading on page 113, what is the difference between pleasure and happiness? Find on the internet 3 different definitions …

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Moral psychology and egoism

Read Chapter 5 Moral Psychology and Egoism pages 87-106.  Answer the following questions:                                        Milgrams experiment (pages 87-88).  What was Milgrams experiment? What was tested in this experiment?  How was it done? On page 103 there is a …

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religions

Reading Assignment:–The Bible: Amos, Chapters 2-9; and Isaiah, Chapters 1, 2 and 11–Armstrong, pp. 101-119 In reading Amos and Isaiah, ask yourselves:Exactly what are the sins and who are the sinners they denounce (or that Goddenounces through them)?What is the punishment God will wreak upon them if they do not reform?What must the Hebrews do …

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