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1.The Enlightenment philosopher who argued that an action was moral only if done

1.The Enlightenment philosopher who argued that an action was moral only if done

1.The Enlightenment philosopher who argued that an action was moral only if done out of duty was _____.  Plato   Kant   Aristotle   Hume 2.Nielsen believes that _____ person(s) need(s) to explain/justify suffering in the world.  a religious   a secular   both religous and secular   neither religious nor secular 3.According to Nielsen, the excessive amount of pain and suffering in the world (e.g., the suffering of children, people with cancer, and the Jews in concentration camps) ______.  can be explained/justified from a religious perspective   can be explained/justified from a secular perspective  cannot be explained/justified from either a…

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Reconstruct Socrates’ argument at Gorgias, 474b-475e that concludes, “therefore,

Reconstruct Socrates’ argument at Gorgias, 474b-475e that concludes, “therefore,

Reconstruct Socrates’ argument at Gorgias, 474b-475e that concludes, “therefore, no one would take doing what is unjust over suffering it.”Something is admirable if and only if it is good (beneficial) or brings pleasure.Therefore, to find something admirable you must first find something of pleasure. _______________________________________________________________.Therefore, if one of two shameful things is more shameful than the other, it will be so because it surpasses the other either in pain or evil (harm) or in both.._______________________________________________________________.Therefore, if doing what is unjust…

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IntroductionTwo key perspectives in environmental ethics are anthropocentrism, m

IntroductionTwo key perspectives in environmental ethics are anthropocentrism, m

IntroductionTwo key perspectives in environmental ethics are anthropocentrism, meaning human-centered, and ecocentrism (or biocentrism), meaning nature-centered, where humans are seen as one part of the ecosystem. Two primary types of values associated with the environment are intrinsic (inherent worth) and instrumental (useful). For instance, some environmentalists believe that trees have intrinsic value, and as living things, deserve to be protected. Others view trees as having value because they are useful in some way. This activity aligns with module outcomes 1 and 4.Discussion QuestionPrepare for…

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IntroductionPhilosophers Christine Korsgaardand Bonnie Steinbockbelieve that ani

IntroductionPhilosophers Christine Korsgaardand Bonnie Steinbockbelieve that ani

IntroductionPhilosophers Christine Korsgaardand Bonnie Steinbockbelieve that animals do not share the same moral status as humans, though they are deserving of certain rights and considerations. Philosophers Peter Singer and Tom Regan believe that animals share the same moral status as human beings. Ecological feminists believe that no one is truly free, unless all beings are free, including non-human animals. This activity aligns with module outcomes 2 and 4.Discussion QuestionPrepare for your discussion by completing your readings and viewings. Then respond to the…

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. The answer for this questions has to be in proper order. six hundred or more w

. The answer for this questions has to be in proper order. six hundred or more w

. The answer for this questions has to be in proper order. six hundred or more words.The meaning of hedonistic calculus, identify the author of the idea, and provide with an example the use of the calculus. Explain one advantage and one problem with the calculus.Explain the problem of sheer numbers and provide it with an example. And why is this an argument against Bentham’s utilitarianism?

Beginning at line 420b, how does Socrates defend the ascetic lifestyle of the gu

Beginning at line 420b, how does Socrates defend the ascetic lifestyle of the gu

Beginning at line 420b, how does Socrates defend the ascetic lifestyle of the guardians?A) The guardians would be happy with this lifeB) Socrates is trying to achieve happiness for the entire city–not just one groupC) The guardians have greater responsibilities than other citizens so they require stricter trainingD) All answers are correct