ETHICS PRELIM
  • 1. It equips man with a (theoretical) knowledge of the morality of the human acts.
A) Religions
B) Ethics
C) Morals
D) Morality
  • 2. “a song I had just heard on the radio was a bad one because it had and unpleasant tone”
A) Etiquette
B) Aesthetics
C) Attitude
D) Technique and technical
  • 3. “the new movie I had just seen was a good one because I enjoyed it”
A) Attitude
B) Technique and technical
C) Etiquette
D) Aesthetics
  • 4. It is a thesis that pleasure or happiness is the good that we seek and that we should seek.
A) Utilitarianism
B) Hedonism
C) Consequentialism
D) Universalism
  • 5. “it is right to knock politely on someone’s door”
A) Technique and technical
B) Attitude
C) Etiquette
D) Aesthetics
  • 6. The degree to which an act produces pleasure.
A) “utility”
B) “value”
C) “utilitarianism”
D) “consequence”
  • 7. Reports how people, particularly groups, make their moral valuations without making any judgment either for or against these valuations.
A) Descriptive study of Ethics
B) Standard study of Ethics
C) Normative study of Ethics
D) Informative study of Ethics
  • 8. The rightness of actions is determined solely by their consequences.
A) Consequentialist
B) Utilitarianism
C) Consequentialism
D) Hedonism
  • 9. Which of the following is not in the scope of ethics?
A) Ideals
B) None of the Above
C) Obligations
D) Prohibitions
  • 10. According to J. Bentham, man is under two great masters, namely:
A) pain and desire
B) grief and joy
C) pain and pleasure
D) sorrow and desire
  • 11. It says that the Result or the Consequence of an Act is the real measure of whether it is good or bad.
A) Natural Law
B) Utilitarianism
C) Egoism
D) Common Good
  • 12. Ethics is also called Moral Philosophy, or precisely, the other name of Ethics is
A) Applied Morality
B) Moral Philosophy
C) Applied Ethics
D) Moral Theology
  • 13. It is a systematic attempt to establish the validity of maintaining certain moral principles.
A) Common Good
B) Natural Law
C) Moral Theory
D) Ethics
  • 14. Right and wrong technique of doing things
A) Technical Valuation
B) Aesthetics
C) Etiquette
D) Attitude
  • 15. “It is good if I say that it is good.”
A) Ethical Egoism
B) . Applied Standards
C) Egoistic
D) Subjectivism
  • 16. This theory emphasizes Ends over Means.
A) Act Utilitarianism
B) Utilitarianism
C) Rule Utilitarianism
D) Subjectivism
  • 17. If morality, therefore, is the practice of Ethics, morality, then, should be properly called as
A) Applied Ethical Standards
B) Applied Ethics
C) Applied Standards
D) Applied Morality
  • 18. Which of the following is not one of the sources of Authority
A) Ethics
B) Law
C) Religion
D) Culture
  • 19. “Human beings are naturally self-centered, so all our actions are always already motivated by our self interest.” This is under the theory of
A) Psychological Egoism
B) Moral Egoism
C) Ethical Egoism
D) Subjectivism
  • 20. It is a more complicated situation wherein one is torn between choosing one of two goods or choosing between the lesser of two evils.
A) Moral Issue
B) Moral Judgement
C) Moral Decision
D) Moral Dilemma
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