PHI 2000 Introduction to Ethics Unit 3 Milestone Sophia Course

arrested, and their familys name will be tarnished. If he lies, the police will assume the tip they got was false and go away. Most people are split on this issue. How might it be evaluated by a utilitarian? Karls lying is morally right because he has an obligation to protect his son, even if his sons actions cause harm to others. Karls lying is morally wrong because his obligation to the state is more important than his son staying out of trouble, even though it would bring about no benefit for the state. Karls lying is morally right because keeping his son out of trouble and his familys reputation clear will bring about more happiness than if his son is arrested. Karls lying is morally wrong because it is sinful to lie, even when the consequences are less than desirable. CONCEPT Applying Utilitarianism 2 Which of the following represents rule utilitarianism? Renee is honest with her doctor because she wants a correct diagnosis. Rick helps his daughter with her taxes because he thinks parents should help their children. Rhonda drinks tea instead of coffee because she finds it more soothing. Raj buys a particular brand of computer because it best suits his professional needs. CONCEPT Act and Rule Utilitarianism 3 Which of the following represents a potential problem for Kantian deontology? A person in one place is subject to different rules than a person elsewhere. A person can treat other people as means to an end without respect for them. A person who feels at ease with his or her actions can make them right. A person who tries and fails to murder someone is just as guilty as someone who succeeds. CONCEPT Problems with Kantian Deontology 4 How would a Kantian deontologist evaluate an action? By evaluating the relevant maxim By evaluating the act’s morality

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