The Enlightenment philosopher who argued that an action was moral only if done out of duty was _____. Plato Kant Aristotle Hume 2.

1.The Enlightenment philosopher who argued that an action was moral only if done out of duty was _____.

Plato

Kant

Aristotle

Hume

2.Nielsen believes that _____ person(s) need(s) to explain/justify suffering in the world.

a religious

a secular

both religous and secular

neither religious nor secular

3.According to Nielsen, the excessive amount of pain and suffering in the world (e.g., the suffering of children, people with cancer, and the Jews in concentration camps) ______.

can be explained/justified from a religious perspective

can be explained/justified from a secular perspective

cannot be explained/justified from either a religious or a secular perspective

none of the options listed

4.According to Nietzsche, slave morality is a morality of ______.

utility

goodness

courage

all of the options listed

5.According to Stewart, Nietzsche praises which of the following moralities and their respective values?

Christian

Jewish

slave

Greek aristocratic

1.b. Kant2.c. Both religious and secular 3.c. Cannot be explained/justified from either a religious or a secular perspective4.b. Goodness5.c. Slave

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