CRT 205 Quiz

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Moral Reasoning Quiz I(See related pages)Results ReporterOut of 9 questions, you answered 9 correctly with a final grade of 100%9 correct (100%)0 incorrect (0%)0 unanswered (0%)Your Results:The correct answer for each question is indicated by a . Top of Form1 CORRECTBeginning with an "is" and deducing an "ought" is known as which of the following?A)A false dilemmaB)The genetic fallacy.C)The naturalistic fallacy.D)The subjectivist fallacy.Feedback: We may deduce an 'ought' from an 'is' under one condition - add a value-premise to the argument.] ?????? see note at endC is the correct answer2 CORRECTWhich of the following is most accurate?A)Relativism is a moral theory that focuses mainly on consequences.B)Deontology is a moral theory that focuses mainly on consequences.C)Utilitarianism is a moral theory that focuses mainly on consequences.D)Virtue ethics is a moral theory that focuses mainly on consequences.Feedback: Utilitarianism is a consequentialist theory based on the principle of maximizing happiness (or any other measure of utility) for the greatest number of people (as well as minimizing unhap

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