Can You Pass This Ethics And Morality Test?

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Quiz: Can you pass this ethics and morality test? The religion of Islam is based on followers having a certain degree of behavior when it comes to some issues in the world today, and if you think you are among the morally upright and ethical Muslims, this quiz is for you. How about you try it out and see how true your assumption actually is.


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  • 1. 

    Morality is the science of …?

    • A.

      Virtues

    • B.

      Vices

    • C.

      Both A & B

    • D.

      Neither A & B

    Correct Answer
    C. Both A & B
    Explanation
    Morality is the science that deals with distinguishing between virtues and vices. It encompasses the study of both good and bad behaviors, actions, and qualities. By understanding virtues, which are morally good traits, and vices, which are morally bad traits, morality helps individuals make ethical decisions and live a morally upright life.

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  • 2. 

    Prophet Muhammad warned against infringing on the freedom of …..?

    • A.

      Infidels

    • B.

      Non-Muslims

    • C.

      Arabs

    • D.

      Persians

    Correct Answer
    B. Non-Muslims
    Explanation
    Prophet Muhammad warned against infringing on the freedom of non-Muslims. This is because Islam emphasizes the importance of religious tolerance and coexistence. Muhammad encouraged Muslims to treat non-Muslims with respect and fairness, allowing them to practice their own beliefs without interference. Infringing on the freedom of non-Muslims would go against the principles of Islam and the teachings of Prophet Muhammad.

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  • 3. 

    The limitation to Virtue ethics theory consists in its…?

    • A.

      Meaning

    • B.

      Sources

    • C.

      Types

    • D.

      Features

    Correct Answer
    B. Sources
    Explanation
    The limitation to Virtue ethics theory consists in its sources. This means that the theory is limited by the available sources of information and knowledge on virtues. Since Virtue ethics theory focuses on the development of moral character and virtues, it heavily relies on the sources of information about virtues, such as cultural norms, traditions, and personal experiences. However, the limitation arises when these sources are limited or biased, which can result in a narrow understanding of virtues and hinder the application of the theory in different contexts.

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  • 4. 

    In Islam, man is created for the sole purpose of …?

    • A.

      Leading a luxurious life

    • B.

      Worshipping only one God

    • C.

      Becoming great

    • D.

      Getting good education

    Correct Answer
    B. Worshipping only one God
    Explanation
    In Islam, the belief is that man is created for the sole purpose of worshipping only one God. This is a fundamental principle of the religion, as Muslims believe that their purpose in life is to submit to the will of Allah and worship Him alone. This concept is emphasized in the Quran and is central to the Islamic faith.

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  • 5. 

    In … theory, a person does not have to consider the consequences of his/her action.?

    • A.

      Deontology

    • B.

      Relativism

    • C.

      Virtue ethics

    • D.

      Utilitarian

    Correct Answer
    A. Deontology
    Explanation
    Deontology is a moral theory that states that the morality of an action is determined by its adherence to a set of rules or duties. In this theory, a person is obligated to follow certain principles and rules regardless of the consequences. Therefore, a person following deontology does not have to consider the consequences of their actions but rather focus on fulfilling their moral duties.

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  • 6. 

    ------------concerned with the------------- themselves and not with the consequences.

    • A.

      Consequalism, not action

    • B.

      Non consequalism, not action

    • C.

      Non consequalism, actions

    • D.

      Consequalism, actions 

    Correct Answer
    C. Non consequalism, actions
    Explanation
    This question is asking about a philosophical perspective that is focused on the actions themselves rather than the consequences. The term "consequentialism" refers to the belief that the morality of an action is determined by its outcomes, while "non-consequentialism" rejects this idea and focuses on other factors. The term "actions" indicates that the perspective being referred to is concerned with the actions themselves, rather than their consequences. Therefore, the correct answer is "non consequalism, actions".

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  • 7. 

    -------------argues that individual ethical decisions should be made according to the unique circumstances

    • A.

      Virtue ethics

    • B.

      Applied ethics

    • C.

      Situation ethics

    • D.

      Moral ethics

    Correct Answer
    C. Situation ethics
    Explanation
    Situation ethics argues that individual ethical decisions should be made according to the unique circumstances. This means that there are no fixed rules or principles that can be universally applied to every situation. Instead, ethical decisions should be based on the specific context and the consequences of the actions involved. Situation ethics emphasizes the importance of flexibility and adaptability in moral decision-making, allowing individuals to consider the specific needs and values of each situation before determining the most ethical course of action.

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  • 8. 

    Moral relativism says -------------?

    • A.

      Different cultures or different periods in history have different moral rules

    • B.

      Same culture or periods in history have same moral rules

    • C.

      Different cultures same periods in history have same moral rules

    • D.

      Different cultures or same periods in history have different moral rules

    Correct Answer
    A. Different cultures or different periods in history have different moral rules
    Explanation
    Moral relativism is the belief that moral principles and values are not absolute but are instead dependent on cultural or historical context. This means that different cultures or different periods in history may have different moral rules, as moral standards can vary across societies and time periods. Moral relativism recognizes that what is considered morally acceptable or unacceptable can differ based on cultural norms and historical circumstances.

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  • 9. 

    People disagree with moral absolutism because ?

    • A.

      Absolutism doesn’t fit with respect for diversity and tradition

    • B.

      Absolutism doesn’t fit with respect for same  and tradition

    • C.

      Absolutism doesn’t fit with respect for equal and tradition

    • D.

      Absolutism doesn’t fit with disrespect for equal and tradition

    Correct Answer
    A. Absolutism doesn’t fit with respect for diversity and tradition
    Explanation
    Moral absolutism is the belief that there are objective and universal moral principles that apply to all situations and cultures. People may disagree with moral absolutism because they believe that respecting diversity and tradition is important. They argue that different cultures and traditions have their own values and beliefs, and it is not fair or respectful to impose a single set of moral principles on everyone. By recognizing and respecting diversity and tradition, they believe that a more inclusive and understanding society can be fostered.

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  • 10. 

    ------------and----------- are the two greatest commandments

    • A.

      Love your Christ and your people

    • B.

      Love the lord your god and love neighbor

    • C.

      Love the Lord your God and love your friends

    • D.

      Love the Lord your God and love your neighbor

    Correct Answer
    D. Love the Lord your God and love your neighbor
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Love the Lord your God and love your neighbor." This answer aligns with the teachings of Jesus in the Bible, specifically in the New Testament where he states that the two greatest commandments are to love God with all your heart, soul, and mind, and to love your neighbor as yourself. This emphasizes the importance of both our relationship with God and our relationships with others, highlighting the principles of love and compassion.

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