ETHICS MIDTERM QUIZ
  • 1. moral theory that evaluates actions that are done because of duty
A) Deontology
B) deon
  • 2. Hence,refers to the study of duty and obligation.
A) Deontology
B) deon
  • 3. also Germany brings our attention to the fact that we, human beings, have the faculty called rational will, which is the capacity to act according to principles that we determine for ourselves.
A) John Silver Blas
B) John Locke
C) Kant Immanuel
D) Shadow
  • 4. Who created blank state (tabula rasa) the mind is completely blank at birth.
A) Kant Immanuel
B) John Silver Blas
C) John Locke
D) Shadow
  • 5. what is the famous writing of Immanuel kant?
A) critic of pure computer
B) critic of pure reaons
C) critic of my losestreak
D) it is me
  • 6. In greek “deon” which means?
A) being gay
B) being handsome
C) being being
D) being necessary
  • 7. What is the first construction
A) how handsome am i
B) implementation
C) how we imagine things can be
  • 8. What is the second construction
A) Labor
B) how we imagine things can be
C) implementation
  • 9. which is the ability of the person to act based on her intentions and mental states.
A) agency
B) agent
C) conan
D) detective
  • 10. what is the opposite of autonomy?
A) heroine
B) heteronomy
  • 11. Autos and nomos – autonomy meaning
A) other law
B) self-law or self-legislating
  • 12. heteros and nomos – heteronomy meaning
A) self-law or self-legislating
B) other law
  • 13. If the author was the will itself, imposing the law unto self, then we describe the will as
A) heteronomous
B) autonomous
  • 14. If the author of the law is external, the will is subjected to an external authority, thus,
A) heteronomous
B) autonomous
  • 15. immediately promulgates the specific actions that comprise that theory. The ten commandments
A) Substantive moral theory
B) Formal moral theories
  • 16. does not supply the rules or commands straightaway. It does not tell you what you may or may not do. Instead, a formal theory provides us the “form” or “framework” of the moral theory.
A) Formal moral theories
B) Substantive moral theory
  • 17. a “subjective principle of action”, “rule” that we live by in our day-to-day lives.
A) Maxim
B) Max
  • 18. SOP means
A) Standard Operating Procedure
B) Stand Over Preparation
  • 19. propounded an influential systematization, maintaining that, though the eternal law of divine reason is unknowable to us in its perfection as it exists in God’s mind, it is known to us in part not only by revelation but also by the operations of our reason.
A) Immanuel
B) Pantaleon Alvarez,
C) Kant
D) St. Thomas Aquinas
  • 20. In October 2016, newspaper reported that Speaker of the House of Representative, was intending to draft a bill which would amend the country’s Family Code, thereby allowing for the legalization of same-sex unions.
A) Immanuel
B) St. Thomas Aquinas
C) Kant
D) Pantaleon Alvarez,
  • 21. we recognize that any being we can see around is corporeal, possessed of a certain materially or physical “stuff.”
A) efficient cause
B) formal cause
C) Material Cause
D) final cause
  • 22. The “shape” that makes a being a particular kind can be called its form. Thus,
A) efficient cause
B) formal cause
C) Material Cause
D) final cause
  • 23. there is something which brings about the presence of another being. This can be referred to as the
A) efficient cause
B) Material Cause
C) formal cause
D) final cause
  • 24. Also, since a being has an apparent end or goal, a chair to be sat on, the
A) Material Cause
B) efficient cause
C) final cause
D) formal cause
  • 25. The idea of a transcendent good prior to all being resurfaces in Aquinas in the form of the good and loving god, who is Himself the fullness of being and goodness;
A) Eternal law
B) Synthesis
C) common good
  • 26. we have to consider what is good for the community as well as our own good. This can be called
A) common good
B) Synthesis
C) Eternal law
  • 27. refers to what God wills for creation, how each participant in it is intended to return to Him. Given our limitations, we cannot grasp the fullness of the
A) Natural law
B) divine law
C) Eternal law
D) Human law
  • 28. is made by God and, apart from revelation, is known only by God. Natural law, on the other hand, is made by God but known or knowable by man.
A) Natural law
B) divine law
C) Eternal law
D) Human law
  • 29. s made and known by man himself
A) Human law
B) divine law
C) Eternal law
D) Natural law
  • 30. is an ethical theory that claims that humans are born with a certain moral compass that guides behaviors. These inherited rules essentially distinguish the "rights" and "wrongs" in life. Under natural law, everyone is afforded the same rights, such as the right to live and the right to happiness
A) Natural law
B) divine law
C) Human law
D) Eternal law
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