Ethics - The Basics at AS

Random questions about ethics material at AS level.

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  • Created by: amy
  • Created on: 27-05-09 17:16
Utilitarianism is...
Relativist
1 of 7
Natural Law is...
Absolutist
2 of 7
The maxim for utilitarianism is...
"The greatest good for the greatest number"
3 of 7
The key philosopher(s) for the natural law theory is/are...
Aquinas, Aristotle and Cicero
4 of 7
Utilitarianism is a ___ theory.
Teleological
5 of 7
The hedonic calculus has ___ parts to it.
6
6 of 7
Catholicism is based on the principles of...
Natural law theory
7 of 7

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Utilitarianism is a ___ theory.

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Chloe Parsons

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q6-duration, intensity, remoteness, certainty, purity, richness, extent! 7 parts?

Komilla

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I swear the hedonic calculus has 7 parts?

Hannah

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yeah it does!!

Jessica Wallbank

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Silly hedonic calculus question.

Quincy

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it a good quiz thanks for doing it.

Livvy

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Question number six does have 7 parts, we've been taught to remember P.R.R.I.C.E.D as in Purity, Remoteness, Richness, Intensity, Content, Endurance, Duration. That has 7 parts. 

Olly Stark

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good quiz

MADMAN066

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Pretty sure the HC has 7 parts....I feel so robbed of my 100% lol

Natalie Bethell

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Intensity, duration, certainty/uncertainty, richness, remoteness, purity, extent...

The quiz was excellent up till then!

saiqa saleem

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i actually feel a lot better from reading your comments because i actually thought i got q6 wrong and was slightly getting worried about it.

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