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20. Aristotle describes each virtue as: (Points : 1) a maximum. a minimum a relative mean. an absolute mean.
Aristotle describes each virtue as a relative mean.
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Aristotle describes each virtue as a relative mean.
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5. In Kant Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals, the maxim of an act is: (Points : 1) the policy or principle that you would be following if you did it. the expected overall utility resulting from the action. the moral rule that an act either respects or violates . all of the above.
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In Kant Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals, the maxim of an act is the policy or principle that you would be following if you did it.
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In the article “War and Massacre,” Thomas Nagel argues that utilitarianism is primary concerned with what will happen.
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