1. In “Active and Passive Euthanasia”, Rachels claims that if a person desires active euthanasia: (Points : 1)
[removed] they have decided that death is no greater an evil than their continued existence.
[removed] they have shown themselves incapable of moral reasoning.
[removed] they must be suffering from a severe psychological disorder.
[removed] they are likely being manipulated by others.
Question 2. 2. According to Glaukon from the “Ring of Gyges” excerpt from Plato’s Republic, people are: (Points : 1)
[removed] Naturally egocentric
[removed] Naturally self-sacrificing
[removed] Naturally just
[removed] Naturally benevolent
Question 3. 3. In the article “Trying Out One’s New Sword,” what does Mary Midgley mean by “moral isolationism”? (Points : 1)
[removed] The view that each individual moral value or concept is isolated from all others.
[removed] The idea that cultures are so isolated from each other that people cannot understand, and thus cannot pass moral judgment upon, the practices of another culture.
[removed] The claim that we should isolate those who fail to act morally.
[removed] The view that being isolated from morality is necessary for authentic self-realization.
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