5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Ethical absolutism
- a The position that reason alone, without the aid of sensory imformation, is capable of arriving at some knowledge, at some undeniable truth.
- b The metaethical position that ethical statements primarily express surprise, shock, or some other emotion.
- c The theory that all forms of government are incompatible with individaul and social liberty and should be abolished.
- d The position that knowledge has its origins in and derives all of its content from experience.
- e In ethics, the view that affirms the existence of a single universally applicable moral standard.
5 Multiple choice questions
- A theory contending that truth is an agreement between a proposition and a fact.
- An argument for the existence of God based on the nature of God's being.
- The doctrine that the objects of our senses do not exist independently of our perceptions, beliefs, concepts, and language.
- The philsophical school of thought that tries to mediate between idealism and materialism by rejecting all absolute first principle.
- Belief in many gods.
5 True/False questions
Categorical imperative. → Any view that denies the existence of a single universally applicable moral standard.
Divine command Theory → A Nonconsequential theory that says we should always do thee will of god.
Epistemology → The freedom of being able to decide for oneself by using one's own rationality.
Determinism → The view that government may legitimately decide what is in the best interests of adult citizens.
Consequentialist Theory → A theory contending that truth is a property of a related group of consistent statements.