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BUS 309 Week 2 Quiz 1 Course Detail: Question 1 Choose the statement that gives the most accurate description of etiquette: the rules of etiquette are a fundamental branch of morality conformity with the rules of etiquette is sufficient for moral conduct etiquette refers to a special code of social behavior or courtesy the rules of etiquette are backed by statutory law Question 2 The famous experiments by social psychologist Solomon Asch show the truth of utilitarianism. the power of peer pressure has been greatly exaggerated. business organizations put more pressure on individual integrity than do other kinds of organization. even temporary groups can pressure people to conform. Question 3 If an argument is valid, then the argument is sound. the argument’s conclusion must be true. the argument’s premises are true. its conclusion must be true, if its premises are. Question 4 The authors use the murder of Kitty Genovese to illustrate ethical relativism. groupthink. bystander apathy. the paradox of hedonism. Question 5 Good moral judgments should be logical and justified by fallacies. proven beyond reasonable doubt. based on facts and acceptable moral principles. coincide with what most scientifically trained people think. Question 6 Morality and self-interest can sometimes conflict. can never come into genuine conflict. boil down to the same thing. are in basic, irreconcilable conflict. Question 7 A proper perspective of religion and morality is only religion can tell us what is right and wrong it’s not true that morality must be based on religion religion never influences people’s moral beliefs without religion, people wouldn’t have a reason to act morally Question 8 Which statement is true concerning moral principles and self interests? Statutes are laws applied in the English-speaking world before there were any common laws. Philosophers agree that morality is based on the commands of God. “Groupthink” is a positive and necessary characteristic of all groups. Morality serves to restrain our purely self-interested desires so that we can all live together. Question 9 How did Aristotle view morality? It’s necessary for us to try to be virtuous or excellent human beings. Moral judgments are true because God commands them of us. Moral judgments are determined differently by each culture. It’s never right to help ourselves when we can help other people instead. Question 10 What criteria concerning moral judgments should we agree with? As long as your conduct is legal, then it will be moral. If you follow the rules of etiquette, your conduct will be moral. Moral standards typically concern behavior that can be of serious consequence to human welfare. If your conduct follows the guidelines of professional codes of ethics, it will be moral. Question 11 The following is a logical fact. All valid arguments are sound arguments. All sound arguments are valid arguments. A sound argument may have a false conclusion. A sound argument may have a false premise. Question 12 Our relationship with the law is best described by which of the following? To a significant extent, law codifies a society’s customs, norms, and moral values. The law is a completely adequate guide to the moral standards that we should follow. The law makes all immoral conduct illegal. Violating the law is always immoral. Question 13 Accepting a moral principle is a purely intellectual act like accepting a scientific hypothesis. generally involves a desire to follow that principle for its own sake. means you will never go against that principle. is a religiously based act of faith. Question 14 Which of the following characteristics distinguishes moral standards from other sorts of standards? moral standards are purely optional moral standards take priority over other standards, including self-interest moral standards cannot be justified by reasons moral standar

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