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1. Why do the authors caution against adopting a “pre-packaged, off-the-self” et

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1. Why do the authors caution against adopting a “pre-packaged, off-the-self” ethical system?
Group of answer choices
Your ethical code should be based on your experiences and the principles you hold dear.
The principles your code is based on should resonate with you, or in other words be important and significant to you.
A “one size fits all” approach to ethicas leaves things open to interpretation and more room for ethical compromises.
All of the above.
2. What do Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Buddhism all have in common?
Group of answer choices
Each of these religions has negative ethics, prohibitions, or codes that say you should not do something.
Each of these religions has positive ethics, prescriiptions, or codes that say you should do something.
3. What do the authors mean by their claim that “not all religious principles are ethical principles (pg. 53).” Are religious rules sufficient to foster skillful ethical decision making ?
Group of answer choices
According to the authors, religious principles are are always pefectly ethical. We should solely rely on religious rules. They are never vague and always foster skillful ethical decision making.
According to the authors, religious principles are often recommend prudential behavior. We should not solely rely on religious rules because some are too vague to foster skillful ethical decision making.
4. Why should we distinguish between positive ethics and aspirations? (This question requires you to pick multiple correct answers. There are four correct answers.)
Group of answer choices
Ethics requires me to consider how my actions effect others.
My ethics are all about me.
There is no difference between ethics and aspirations.
Aspirations are how I want to live and what I want for myself. They include my goals and dreams.
Falling short of my aspirations may be disappointing but it is not unethical.
Falling short of my ethics may be disappointing but it is not unethical.
Clarifying my aspirations is not an ethical task.
Clarifying my aspirations is an ethical task.
All of the above.
5. Which of the metal rules is your favorite? Why?
6. Who is your most influential secular guide? (Notice this question asks you to go beyond the reading.)
7. What do you think of the West Point code quoted on page 62? “Make us to choose the harder right instead of the easier wrong and never to be content with a half-truth when the whole can be won.”
8. If you won a contest, and then a mistake was found that indicated you hadn’t really won, what would you do?

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