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Which of the following would be considered biogenic needs? A. Money B. Shelter and clean air C. Friendship D. Procreation
The following would be considered biogenic needs: Shelter and clean.
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The argument that aiding or assisting others might be degrading to them, imply that they are incapable of helping themselves, is an argument commonly used to support: A. qualitative varieties of utilitarianism. B. hedonism. C. ethical egoism. D. plea bargaining. did not match with any results.
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The argument that aiding or assisting others might be degrading to them, implying that they are incapable of helping themselves, is an argument commonly used to support ethical egoism.
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__________ regards pleasure as the ultimate good, but demands that we consider the pleasures and pains of others in our moral contemplations. A. Use corruption B. The felicity dilemma C. Consequentialism D. Social hedonism
Weegy: Social hedonism regards pleasure as the ultimate good, but demands that we consider the pleasures and pains of others in our moral contemplations. (More)
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The rational, overriding principle promoted by utilitarianism is the: A. greatest number principle. B. greatest happiness principle. C. greatest utility principle. D. None of the above
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Those who utilize the Internet (e.g., chat rooms) to exploit children for sexual purposes are commonly referred to as: A. online predators. B. Dirty Harrys. C. finks. D. provocateurs.
Weegy: Those who utilize the Internet (e.g., chat rooms) to exploit children for sexual purposes are commonly referred to as: online predators. (More)
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Law enforcement officers keeping money confiscated from a drug bust for personal monetary gain could be regarded as a form of: A. economic corruption. B. noble-cause corruption. C. use corruption. D. police violence.
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Law enforcement officers keeping money confiscated from a drug bust for personal monetary gain could be regarded as a form of use corruption. TRUE.
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