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BUS 309 Week 4 Quiz

BUS 309 Week 4 Quiz
BUS 309 Week 4 Quiz -

Question 1

What philosopher believes the maximin rule is relevant to justice?

  • John Rawls
  • John Stuart Mill
  • Robert Nozick
  • Aristotle

 

Question 2

The veil of ignorance proposes that

  • those in the original position are supposed to choose principles on the basis of self-interest, agreement seems unlikely.
  • one group would be supportive of another group benefiting even though the rules are different.
  • people are fully knowledgeable about themselves or situation allowing them to have a partial or biased point of view.
  • agreement is difficult to attain.

 

Question 3

The veil of ignorance assures us that people in the original position will be

  • difficult to come to agreement.
  • biased.
  • impartial.
  • forgiving.

 

Question 4

According to Mill's utilitarianism,

  • rights are certain moral rules whose observance is of the utmost importance for the long-run, overall maximization of happiness.
  • there are no rights.
  • the rights possessed by human beings remain unchanged for all times and places.
  • rights are those rules that a majority of the society would agree to behind the "veil of ignorance."

 

Question 5

Aristotle's formal principle of justice states,

  • from each according to his or her ability, to each according to his or her need.
  • similar cases must be treated alike except where there is some relevant difference.
  • all people are to be treated the same in every situation.
  • from each according to his or her ability, to each according to his or her merit.

 

Question 6

According to John Rawls, people in "the original position" choose the principles of justice on the basis of

  • social utility.
  • their religion.
  • self-interest.
  • their intuitive knowledge of the natural rights of all human beings.

 

Question 7

Rawls rejects utilitarianism because

  • he saw it as a threat.
  • it might permit an unfair distribution of burdens and benefits.
  • governments wanted it.
  • it values moral purity.

 

Question 8

According to John Rawls,

  • people in the original position choose the principles on the basis of self-interest.
  • in the original position, people must have full and complete knowledge.
  • justice forbids any social or economic inequalities.
  • liberty is of little or no importance compared to equality.

 

Question 9

Who is more likely to be sympathetic with the idea of reducing the disparities of income in society?

  • Utilitarians
  • Libertarians
  • Robert Nozick
  • Milton Friedman

 

Question 10

The Supreme Court gave decision making power for Eminent domain to the

  • feds.
  • townships.
  • states and local communities
  • parents.

 

Question 11

The first principle of Nozick’s entitlement theory concerns the original acquisition of

  • morals.
  • case law.
  • goods, money, and property.
  • the crown.

 

Question 12

According to libertarianism,

  • there are no natural, Lockean rights.
  • we have a basic right to assistance from others.
  • it would be unjust to coerce people to give food or money to the starving.
  • happiness takes priority over other moral concerns.

 

Question 13

John Rawls’ Theory of Justice lays within which type of tradition?

  • All for one and one for all.
  • Feudal society.
  • Principled living.
  • Social contract.

 

Question 14

Primary social goods include

  • poverty.
  • status.
  • freedom of religion.
  • leisure time activities.

 

Question 15

Mill justified utilitarianism from rival perspectives when he argued

  • that without utilitarianism to provide a determinate standard of justice, one is always left with a plethora of competing principles of justice, all of which seem to have plausibility but are mutually incompatible.
  • that social utility is irrelevant to issues of justice.
  • against worker participation.
  • that only utilitarianism itself, as a normative theory, can provide an answer to the question: What economic system will bring more good to society than any other system?

 

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