Descend into rote phrases
Become more vital and alive
Lead to a more just society
Develop into universal principles
Harms others as we pursue our personal liberty
Has become too fanatical
Teaches only abstinence from evil
Allows children to do whatever they want
The individual is harming another person
The individual is expressing opinions that are not well reasoned
The individual is harming himself
The individual is expressing a minority opinion
It affirms tradition
Both opinions may include partial truths
Debating opinions is the only way to understand them completely
The popular opinion could be wrong
Acts against an individual's obligations
Sets a bad example for others
Makes people upset
Violates an established code of conduct
Lack of spontaneity
Lack of attention to tradition
Lack f historical knowledge
Lack of conformism
A government warning citizens of a potential danger
A government prohibiting the sale of a potentially dangerous substance
A parent keeping a child out of school to help provide for the family A parent keeping a child out of school to help provide for the family
A parent keeping a child out of school to help provide for the family A person willingly becoming an indentured servant (slave) for financial gain
We may not permanently abdicate our liberty
We could not get a good enough price for ourselves
We will not be happy
Everyone sees slavery as a moral evil
Social Contract Theory
The Prisoner’s Dilemma supports which ethical theory? Ethical Egoism
Matches with psychological egoism
Permits altruism through security
Provides security through mutual agreement
Explains the purpose of morality and government
We are afraid their misfortune might happen to us
We are afraid they will find out we do not care about their misfortune.
We are benevolent by nature and feel sympathetic towards others.
We are stupid; smart people do not feel pity, according to Hobbes.
Humans are essentially equal and viciously competitive
The principle of utility is the one great universal moral principle.
The greatest happiness is the one universal moral principle.
There is no universal human nature.
We collectively agree to defend all members of society
We collectively agree to follow rules that benefit society
We collectively agree to accept punishment for breaking rules
We collectively agree to enforce those rules
The end(goal) justifies the means
Might makes right (i.e strongest get to dictate rules)
God determines the ultimate value of good and evil.
It is morally praiseworthy to disregard one’s own interests for the sake of others.
Divine command theory
Theory of natural law
There is a qualitative difference between pleasures
Consequentialism is a form of Utilitarianism.
The greatest happiness principle is the one universal moral principle.
The principle of Utility is the one universal moral principle.