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PHL 360  
Module 3 Quiz
Scored  20 out of 20  

Question 1
3 / 3 pts
When we are not concerned with the rightness or wrongness of an act, that act can be considered:

  • Neutral good
  • Lawful neutral
  • Amoral
  • Chaotic neutral

  
Question 2
2 / 2 pts
Moral codes are usually derived from legal codes.

  • True
  • False

  
Question 3
3 / 3 pts
Frankfurt argues that lying entails espousing falsehoods, while the nature of bullshitting entails...

  • ... fakery or phoniness.
  • ... telling most of the truth.
  • ... using only humor to lie.
  • ... making a personal sacrifice.

  
Question 4
3 / 3 pts
When analyzing an argument from analogy, it is important to find...

  • ... all the details of each side of the analogy.
  • ... the similarities and differences that are relevant to what the argument is aiming to prove.
  • ... the source of the argument.
  • ... the results that support the favored conclusion of the argument regardless of the merits of the analogy itself.

 
Question 5
3 / 3 pts
Using two different meanings for the same word used throughout an argument is a fallacy called:

  • Meaning Abuse
  • Lexical Inversion
  • "Fool's Gold" Language
  • Equivocation

  
Question 6
3 / 3 pts
The Virtue Ethics approach to honesty takes great pains to set up strict rule-based systems to define when lying is permissible and when it is not.

  • True
  • False

  
Question 7
3 / 3 pts
According to Carr, business is like a game of...

  • ... poker.
  • ... chutes and ladders.
  • ... naughts and crosses.
  • ... chess.


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