If you adopt ethical egoism as your moral code, then:
The statement that best defines rights is:
Which of the following statements about business egoism is false?
What do all utilitarians consider when determining which action to take or rule to put in place?
Which of the following statements is unique to Kant's theory of nonconsequentialism?
The prima facie obligation that most directly corresponds with making an effort not to break promises is the duty of:
Which theory dictates that any morally responsible organization must consider how its actions may affect the basic rights of both its members and its consumers?
Lauren started the debate club at her school. When she receives the results for this year's sign ups, the total is lower than she initially anticipated. She decides to lie to the other members of the club about the total sign ups to prevent discouragement. Which theory would NOT be in favor of Lauren's decision to lie?
The method for reaching moral decisions by combining elements of both consequentialist and nonconsequentialist theories was created by which philosopher?
Nonconsequentialist theories are also known as:
A utilitarian corporation would make what sort of decision?
The consequentialist and nonconsequentialist theories fall within which category?
Utilitarians believe we do what is right when:
Kant's hypothetical imperative:
A high school student has a commitment to her soccer team, but meeting that commitment may produce undesirable results for her social life. This is an example of which of the following?