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Ethics Midterm

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Ethics Midterm
Ethics midterm review

  
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1.  What are the three hallmarks of a science?
2.  What hallmark would the rationalists object and why?
3.  What is the fourth thing that identifies a science as a particular science? Give an example.
4.  The fourth thing which identifies a science as a particular science is a distinction only in the mind.
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5.  The fourth thing must be physically distinct.
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6.  The latin word used to identify the fourth thing is 
7.  If two alleged sciences turn out to really have the same "fourth thing", we say that the one science is _______ to the other. I.E. That the one science is in reality merely a subset of the other science.
8.  Give an example of a science being reduced to the other. 
9.  What might the fourth thing of ethics be?
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10.  Ethics is a science that can be taught, according to the possessing of the four hallmarks,
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11.  What are the only 2 ways to intelligently dispute an asserted conclusion?
12.  To give an account of something as it relates to me or an object is
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13.  To give an account of something not as it relates to me or a subject. 
14.  Only subjective judgments are factual, not objective. 
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15.  The epistemological theory that claims that no certain knowledge at all is possible.
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16.  Who is the first member of the school of absolute skepticism?
17.  Give a brief summary of Pyro of Eli's position. 
18.  No science is exists if Pyro's statement is true.
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19.  What are the two possible alternatives to a moral science if Pyro's outline is true?
20.  Who were the second members of the school of skepticism? 
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21.  Who critiques their position and what does he say?
22.  What school holds to the dictum " all things in moderation", and who is the founder?
23.  What do the epicureans consider to the be ultimate good?
24.  How does the phrase "all things in moderation" relate to the ultimate good?
25.  What are the two problems with this school of thought? Give an explanation. 
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