Project #90128 - Ethics and Moral in Criminal Justice






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According to Aristotle, the virtue or Golden Mean between cowardice and fool-hardiness is
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The virtue or Golden Mean, according to Aristotle, between consuming too little and consuming too much is
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_____________________ is the virtue or Golden Mean between giving one less than what is due and giving one more than what is due.
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_______________________is the Golden Mean between lying and unnecessary candor.
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The Golden Mean between betrayal and obsequiousness is
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Between “acting on insufficient knowledge” and “failing to act on sufficient knowledge” is the virtue or Golden Mean of
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The goal of utilitarianism is to
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For the ___________, the means to ethical or moral behavior is to maximize pleasure or minimize pain for the greatest number.
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In judging ethical behavior, the _____________ weighs the consequences of his decision equally and impartially toward himself and others; individual motivation behind the decision is not relevant, only the outcome.
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As a means of becoming moral, the _______________ pursues the golden mean between deficiency and excess.
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For the ________________ the means of becoming moral is to apply the categorical imperative to all decisions that may reflect moral or immoral content.
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In judging moral conduct, the ________________ assesses actions according to whether the decision or action comports with a divine command, law, or professional code of ethics.
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By doing just acts consistently and over time, the “just man” is produced. Who advocated this means for acting morally?
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In assessing moral conduct, the _______________ would maintain that good conduct can NOT be prescribed and that individual acts can NOT be judged unless they come from a firm and unchangeable character
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One formulation of the categorical imperative is that
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The trouble with the utilitarian theory is that
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The conditions under which Aristotle says a person can be held morally responsible for his/her decision exclude which of the following. The person
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Aristotle claimed which of the following does NOT apply to virtue?
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A moral decision, to be just, “should be made on the basis maximizing the pleasure or minimizing the pain for the greatest number of people affected by the decision.” This is called
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Which is an advantage of consequentialism?
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“The morally relevant consequences are the consequences that work out best for me.” This is known as:
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_______________________ is the view that an act is morally good if its consequences are good.
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The belief that rules should be established that determine in advance of what acts would reap the greatest good for the greatest number is called________________.
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The claim that human beings are by nature egoists and cannot be otherwise is called __________________________.
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The notion that while one can choose not to be an egoist, one should always act in one’s own interest is called:
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The position that the morality of an act, in terms of the greatest good or least harm for the greatest number, should be determined on a case by case basis is called__________________________.
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The observation that an act is morally good if it causes pleasure and morally bad if it causes pain is called___________________________.
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The general view that an act’s moral value does not depend on whether the act causes pleasure or pain is called_____________________________.
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The contention that an act is morally good only in the context of a time, place, or culture is called_______________________________.
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The statement that some acts are always morally good or always morally bad is called __________________.
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The view that the moral value of an act is in the mind of the person judging the act is called ______________________________.
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The declaration that the moral value of an act is in the act itself is called ______________.
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Some argue that all human acts result from some antecedent cause other than free will. This view is called ___________________________.
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One who believes in ___________________believes that at least sometimes we act when we could have chosen to act otherwise.
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An argument for ____________________ is as follows: There are no moral absolutes; Morality exists; Relative is the contradictory of the absolute; Therefore all morality is relative.
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Which of the theories below makes this argument?
What is morally good obeys natural law.
Natural law arises from the will of God.
The will of God is absolute.
Therefore, what is morally good is absolute.
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The advantage of regularianism is that it
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A disadvantage of rule-based ethics is that:
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Deontological ethics has what advantage?
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Duty-based ethics have what disadvantage?
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