CRJ 305 WEEK 8 QUIZ
1 Justifications for punishment that appeal to beneficial consequences incapacitate deterrence and rehabilitation violate Kant's second variation of the categorical imperative.
2 Human needs and desires are best met by cooperating with others.
3 Dignity is not something that people must earn or lose through their actions according to Kantian ethics.
4 Utilitarianism could allow for disproportionately harsh or lenient penalties if their imposition would achieve the desired end of crime prevention.
5 According to Kant, we should always tell the truthÃ¢â‚¬â€no matter what.
6 The goal of disablement is to change the inclinations, motives, habits, and character of the offender so that he or she no longer desires to engage in criminal activities.
7 Aristotle argued that virtue was best regarded as an overarching quality of goodness and excellence, not as individual traits.
8 According to virtue ethics, consequentialist and deontological theories fail to consider the types of people we should be.
9 Under rights-based ethics, certain duties can and should be violated if we determine that other duties override them in a given situation.
10 Carliss Lamont argued that people experience their deepest and most enduring joys in association with their peers, friends, or family.
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