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Philosophy 302: Ethics
Quiz: What is a Moral Issue?

Directions: Identify the most appropriate description, ceteris paribus, for the following states of affairs.

1. Intentionally relating a falsehood to another person is, ceteris paribus, __________.
moral
immoral
amoral
nonmoral
none of the above

2. Studying the interaction of molecules in a gas is, ceteris paribus, __________.
moral
immoral
amoral
nonmoral
none of the above

3. A serial killer, ceteris paribus, is generally said to be __________.
moral
immoral
amoral
nonmoral
none of the above

4. Although many persons would not initially think so, drinking a soft drink is of __________ concern.
moral
immoral
amoral
nonmoral
none of the above

5. Choosing which tie to wear to work is, ceteris paribus, a __________ issue.
moral
immoral
amoral
nonmoral
none of the above

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