Lecture Notes for PHIL 1100 - ETHICS at Colorado (CU)

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Material Type:Study Guide
Class:PHIL 1100 - ETHICS
University:University of Colorado - Boulder
  • Peter Singer
  • Abomination
  • Response Set
  • Unfortunately
  • Pornography
  • Consciousness
  • Homosexuality
  • Orientation
  • Controversial
  • Consequences
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PHILOSOPHY 1100 - INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS POSIBLE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS (1) As is indicated in the Final Exam Handout, the final examination wil be divided into three sections, and you wil be asked to answer a total of three questions, one from each section. (2) The examination wil contain at least 12 questions. (3) Al 12 questions wil be taken from the questions listed below. (4) For each of the thre sections listed below, there wil be at least four questions. (5) There wil be at least one question on each of the topics listed below. SECTION 1: SEXUAL MORALITY, HOMOSEXUALITY, AND PORNOGRAPHY Topic II: Sexual Morality 1. People embrace a number of quite diferent, and conflicting, general views on sexual morality. Soe maintain that sex is only justified if the aim is reproduction. Others hold that sex is only justified if the purpose involves the expresion of certain higher felings, such as love. Others hold that whether sex is permisible depends upon the nature of the relationshi...

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