What is the root meaning of the term 'ethics'?
According to the Greeks, what did 'ethics' refer to?
What does the term 'ethical' mean?
What is the aim of ethics as a branch of moral philosophy?
What fundamental questions does ethics lead us to?
In the ethical scenario of witnessing a car crash, who should you save according to the text?
In the ethical scenario of the concentration camp, what should the girl do according to the text?
In the ethical scenario of being lost at sea, what action should you take according to the text?
In the ethical scenario of Tom and Joe, is Joe's failure as bad as Tom's action according to the text?
In the ethical scenario of the fat man and the dynamite, what should you do according to the text?
According to the given ethical scenarios, what action should be taken when faced with the dilemma of saving one person at the cost of another's life?
In the given ethical dilemma involving Joe and Tom, what distinguishes Joe's failure from Tom's action?
In the ethical scenario of the fat man stuck in the cave, what is the most ethical course of action?
How do you decide what is right or wrong, according to the provided text?
What does the text imply about the nature of ethics and moral choices?
Test your understanding of key ethical theories and principles in religion and ethics with this quiz. Explore concepts such as Divine Command Theory, Virtue Theory, and Ethical Egoism, and delve into key ethical questions to develop your critical thinking skills. Engage in a task to express your thoughts on objective standards of good/bad and right/wrong.
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