Immanuel Kant revised Bentham’s ideas by arguing for the importance of differencesin the type, kind, or quality of pleasures and pains that follow from actions.A. TrueB. False2. The most basic concept of Kant’s ethics is truth.A. TrueB. False3. Kant calls his basic moral rule the categorical imperative.A. TrueB. False4. The ultimate drawback to a teleological approach to ethics is that it allows for theidea that “the ends justify the means.”A. TrueB. False5. In a religious approach to ethics, faith and the authority of sacred texts have the fi nalword.A. TrueB. False6. If an action is legal, it is also morally right.A. TrueB. False7. Jeremy Bentham writes, “Nature has placed mankind under the governance of twosovereign masters, pain and pleasure. It is for them alone to point out what we oughtto do.”A. TrueB. FalseUnit 2 Examination85Introduction to Philosophy8. As Bentham and Mill are classic representatives of act-oriented ethics, so ImmanuelKant created the model for results-oriented ethics.A. TrueB. False9. Kant argues that a morally good action must have intrinsic worth.A. TrueB. False10. Plato thinks that we are made up of three parts, physical, ________, and intellectual.A. SpiritedB. EmotionalC. TruthfulD. Consciousnesses11. Consider the case of a woman who is robbed and beaten. The robber escapes punishment.Socrates would say__________ has been most hurt by this crime.A. The womanB. The robber12. Socrates illustrates his ideas about the ethical life and the unethical life with the imageof two wine jars.A. TrueB. False13. In the Platonic dialogue entitled the Gorgias, the character Callicles argues that bestlife is one of the uncontrolled and totally self-interested pursuit of pleasure.A. TrueB. False14. Plato believes that in the unhealthy soul there is an inappropriate balance among thethree parts.A. TrueB. FalseUnit 2 Examination86Introduction to Philosophy15. Socrates thinks that wrongdoing “is in every way harmful and shameful to the wrongdoer.”A. TrueB. False16. Socrates thinks that unethical actions have no effect on our ability to act virtuously.A. TrueB. False17. When Socrates says that, “the unexamined life is not worth living,” he is recommendingone way to avoid the harm that can come from acting unethically.A. TrueB. False18. Socrates probably sees the non-cognitive effects of vice as involving loss of the mind’sability to argue forcefully for the value of the ethical life.A. TrueB. False19. The notion of a social contract argues that the citizens of a society freely enter into anagreement to abide by that society’s laws and therefore are obligated to do so.A. TrueB. False20. The fi rst working democracy in the world was in the ancient Greek city of___________.A. AthensB. SantoriniC. RhodesD. Ios21. John Locke’s idea of formal consent, claims that an informal and unspoken agreementis suffi cient to constitute being bound by the terms of a particular social contract.A. TrueB. FalseUnit 2 Examination87Introduction to Philosophy22. Strictly speaking, the type of government that Plato recommends is an democracy.A. TrueB. False23. Plato thinks that the only kind of government worse than democracy is tyranny.A. TrueB. False24. Skinner’s society, Walden Two, is primarily an agricultural community.A. TrueB. False25. The kind of government that Plato recommends in his ideal society is a religious government.A. TrueB. False
CRM CASE STUDY ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS OVERVIEW In Module 4: Week 4, the student will read one of the accident
CRM CASE STUDY ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
In Module 4: Week 4, the student will read one of the accident reports below and write a 1-page case study paper in current APA format. After reading the report, the student will identify at least one (1) CRM problem/issue that led to the crash, then suggest a Crew Resource Management (CRM)/Human Factor solution from your textbook reading/videos and recommend the best solution that should have been implemented to possibly avoid future accidents. The 1-page report should give a short introduction to the problem(s) and student conclusion(s)/recommendation(s). The goal of the paper is to look into the CRM problem area(s) and offer a solution(s) based on your experience/study of CRM.
Choose one (1) of the following accidents for the CRM case paper:
• United Airlines, Flight 173, 28 Dec 1978
In a Microsoft Word document write a 1-page report, the report will just be the body of the report and a reference page (no title page). The paper will be in current APA format to include double spaced, 12-font, New Times Roman.
How did you deal with them? In retrospect, do you wish you had taken a different approach? Would you have done more, or less? What have you learned from these experiences that will affect you as a leader?
Problem with Z-Index with Sub-Menu
Site in development: http://fuc.inexo.caI have a menu on the left, that have a low z-index because the layout have to come on top of this menu.Now, my problem is that I want to sub-menu to be on top of the layout and the menu.I try almost everything with z-index but never figure out.The site is on Joomla 2.5 and the menu is ARI Ext Menu.
The menu on the left is working fine now. I want to leave it like this, at the same position, underneat the layout. (To give a round effect). The problem is with the sub-menu (the second level of menu). For example, if you put your mouse ”Realisations” on the menu of the left, you will see the submenu but he is under the layout. I want it on top of it. Only for the submenuAny help will be really appreciated!Thank you so much!Nicolas
use procedural language for this code
The first number is the target value and the reminder of the numbers (however many there may be) is the set of numbers you have to pick from. The program should either output a subset whose sum equals the target or “No combination matches” if no such subset exists.
For example, the following inputs should yield the following results:
SubsetSum 15 1 2 3 5 7 10
SubsetSum 9 1 2 3 5 7 10
SubsetSum 100 1 2 3 5 7 10
No combination matches