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This set of Fundamentals of Ethics Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Fundamentals Of Ethics Set 5

Q1 | Who is the advocate of quantitative utilitarianism
Q2 | Who is the advocate of qualitative utilitarianism
Q3 | Who is the advocate of Utilitarianism:
Q4 | Bentham holds that the only standard of valuation of pleasures in:
Q5 | Who wrote Utilitarianism
Q6 | According to Mill pleasures differ from one another in ____
Q7 | According to Bentham a pleasure is pure when:
Q8 | Bentham by introducing ----- as a dimension of pleasure introduced altruism into hisdoctrine.
Q9 | The higher quality pleasure according to Mill
Q10 | Mill’s utilitarianism is known as:
Q11 | Mill’s Internal sanction of consciousness is
Q12 | Bentham recognizes moral obligation to pursue general happiness by
Q13 | The only thing that is good without qualification or restriction is a _________
Q14 | Who’s work is Critique of Practical Reason:
Q15 | Kant’s ethical theory is:
Q16 | Which among the following is NOT Kant’s work
Q17 | It is wrong to break a promise because as a moral law it cannot be universalized. Thisillustrates the ethical position of _____________.
Q18 | According to Kant, moral imperative is ___________.
Q19 | Kant accepted ________ as the final authority in moral life.
Q20 | In which book Kant established the dignity of the moral law and makes the ethical lifefundamental in Philosophy
Q21 | Kant says “The only thing that is good in itself without qualification or restriction is a:
Q22 | A ------ imperative is always unconditional
Q23 | Kant is an advocate of
Q24 | The moral law is:
Q25 | The laws which are means to other ends are of the nature of ______ imperative