Project #62592 - Study Questions

I need each question to be solved in a two paragraph format. Make sure to show both that you understand the author's position, and also that you understand how objections might be raised against the position Rather than just general statments, specific examples that illustrate the ideas you are discussing show a more solid understanding of the material. If the question has sub-questions contained within it, be sure to respond directly to each sub-question. *this is not an essay rather just answer each question in 2 paragraph form* 1) What is the difference between act and rule ulitarianism? Work through atleast one example, explaining what each view would say to do in the situation. Which version of utilitarianism do you think is the strongest? Give arguments. 2) What is the state of nature, and how does Thomas Hobbes thinks we can understand morality as arising from it? Is this a plausible account of morality's origins? Give an argument. 3) How does one determine if a contract is valid, according to contractarianism? What ought one do if he/she finds him/herself in a invalid contract? Why? is there any way morally extract oneself from a valid contract? Explain. Are contracts a good way to establish morality? Give an argument.

4) Using a specific example, explain the doctorine of double effect and the way natural law theorists use it to determine which actions are morally permissible. Do you think the DDE is a good method for ascertaining moral permissibility? Give an argument.

Subject Philosophy
Due By (Pacific Time) 03/16/2015 10:00 pm
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