CRJ 305 WEEK 7 QUIZ
1 The idea that we should treat ourselves and others as ends and never as means only is premised upon the more fundamental notion that all human beings have:
2 Deontological ethics would agree that we should allow incarcerated criminals to be released from prison early if they willingly participate in medical experiments that could save the lives of other people.
3 From a Kantian ethical perspective, if we would not be willing to have everyone in a similar situation engage in a particular act, then we ourselves are morally prohibited from engaging in that act.
4 In general, utilitarianism argues that criminal punishment is justifiable because it prevents future crime.
5 Kantian ethics and other ethical systems that focus on moral rights can be considered deontological.
6 Things we are morally obligated not to do (e.g., lie, cheat, exploit others) can be termed:
7 From a Kantian ethical perspective, in some extreme circumstances (e.g., aiding a very sick relative) it might be acceptable to borrow money from a friend, promising to repay the money, even though we know there is no chance we will ever be able to repay it.
8 Natural law (and natural rights) applies to all people regardless of nationality, race, sex, religion, and social class.
9 Which of the following would be a form of disablement?
10 Which of the following objections to criminal punishment might be raised by a Kantian ethical framework?
11 According to Kant, by manipulating or deceiving people we are failing to respect their autonomy and rationality.
12 A moral duty is something we must - or must not - do, no matter how we feel about it, how we or others might be affected, and irrespective of the situation.
13 "Deontology" comes from the Greek work deon, meaning:
14 The idea of natural law (and natural rights) would commit a criminal justice practitioner to upholding certain values even if it meant violating procedure or other formal rules and regulations.
15 "I ought to tell the truth to avoid punishment" is an example of a categorical imperative.
16 Moral principles or moral rules such as "never kill an innocent human being" might be described as:
17 In the context of criminal punishment, desert refers to:
18 Kantian (deontological) ethics justifies criminal punishment on which of the following grounds:
19 Deterrence occurs when we:
20 The correlativity of rights and duties means that:
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