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Which ethical system embraces human’s inclination for self-preservation? a. Ethical formalism b. Natural law c. Ethics of care d. Ethics of virtue
Natural law is an ethical system embraces human’s inclination for self-preservation.
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In colonial America, at what age could one be found able to form mens rea? a. Five b. Seven c. Nine d. Eleven
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All public servants have the following characteristics EXCEPT: a. Paid from public purse b. Special duties c. Power to use force d. Held to higher standard
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All public servants have the following characteristics EXCEPT: Power to use force.
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Which is NOT considered a moral virtue? a. Thriftiness b. Industriousness c. Love d. Honesty
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