PHI 208 Week 1 Quiz
All of the following are common features of skepticism EXCEPT:
Nafi, a cultural anthropologist, believes that at least some moral truths are independent of the values and beliefs of any particular culture or individual. What is the term for Nafi’s belief?
Among the following choices, what is the best indication that a particular ethical theory is strong?
With what does the major moral theory known as virtue ethics primarily concern itself?
According to the text, from a philosophical standpoint, all intentional human actions can be broken down into three parts. Which of the following is NOT one of them?
Relativism is a way to acknowledge that much of what we value—and how we think we and others should act—has been significantly shaped by
Peyton and Vanessa are having an in-depth conversation about whether moral standards and concepts hold across cultures, or whether they are relative. What type of ethics are they considering?
Which of the following ideas do Glaukon and Nietzsche share?
The author suggests a statement like, “Who am I to judge what is right or wrong for someone else?” MOST often implies that
In September 2017, Saudi Arabia granted its women the right to drive—the last country on earth to do so. Many people judged this as positive progress. What does this judgment imply about the idea of cultural relativism?