According to Leon Kass, the drive to legalize euthanasia can be largely attributed to (Points : 1)the rise in a largely technical approach to healing.an increase in our sympathy.an increased respect for human dignity.the secularization of modern society.Question 2.2. Kass argues that there is an important difference between withdrawing treatment and active, direct mercy killing, and this difference lies in the (Points : 1)primary intention of the doctor.ultimate outcome of the actions.Constitution of the United States.sympathy that we feel for the patient’s suffering.Question 3.3. Leon Kass argues that the primary responsibility of physicians is to: (Points : 1)respect the autonomy of the patient.make decisions on the basis of compassion and good intention.benefit sick by the activity of healing.preserve a patient’s life by every means possible. Question 4.4. According to the videos, in which is it legal to commit assisted suicide? (Points : 1)CanadaMexicoGermanySwitzerlandQuestion 5.5. According to Rachels, the case of Smith and Jones shows that: (Points : 1)killing is intrinsically worse than letting die.there is no intrinsic moral difference between killing and letting die.letting die is morally worse than killing.it is never permissible either to let someone die or to kill them.Question 6.6. Leon Kass argues that legalizing euthanasia will: (Points : 1)lead to a breakdown of trust in the doctor-patient relationship.lead to patients feeling coerced into opting for euthanasia.lead to a decline in the use of palliative care.all of the above. Question 7.7. Rachels claims that when infants with Down’s syndrome are denied necessary operations, this is typically because: (Points : 1)the infants have Down’s syndrome.the surgery would be too expensive.the surgery would be too risky.all of the above.Question 8.8. If the Ring of Gyges really existed, (Points : 1)Just people would use it for justice.Just people would not use it at all.Unjust people would use it differently than just people.Everyone would use it the same.Question 9.9. In 2003, how many people died in Canada, according to the video “Dying for Care: Quality Palliative and End of Life Care in Canada”? (Points : 1)350,0002.2 million750,000226,000Question 10.10. According to Midgely, moral isolationism leads to (Points : 1)ImmoralityMoralizingImmoralismMoral skepticismQuestion 11.11. If Glaukon is correct, then justice (Points : 1)is valuable in its own right.is always more beneficial than injustice.has value only relative to its usefulness to the individual.has value only relative particular cultures.Question 12.12. According to Rachels, the “conventional doctrine” maintains that: (Points : 1)active euthanasia is sometimes permissible, but passive euthanasia never is.passive euthanasia is sometimes permissible, but active euthanasia never is.both active and passive euthanasia are sometimes permissible.neither active nor passive euthanasia are ever permissible.Question 13.13. Midgley thinks that although we can understand or appreciate other societies, (Points : 1)We should never judge the values of other societies.We must always respect the values of other societies.We have the right to judge other societies.We cannot understand them well enough to judge them.Question 14.14. Midgely concludes that (Points : 1)If we accept a value in another culture, we can still reject that value in our culture.If we accept a value in another culture, we must accept that value in our culture.If we reject a value in another culture, we must reject that value in our culture.B and C.Question 15.15. According to Midgley, moral isolationism (Points : 1)Is a “perverse indulgence of the self-righteous.”Is based on skeptical diagnosis.Stems from concerns about hypocrisy.Justifies immorality.Question 16.16. Why is it hard for physicians to understand palliative care? (Points : 1)They do not care about their patients enough.They are well-educated in palliative care.They did not pay attention in medical school.They are focused on healing rather than helping die.Question 17.17. What is palliative care? (Points : 1)Treatments that relieve suffering for people in life threatening situations that allow them to live their lives to the fullest.Treatments that are only provided in Canada.Treatments that heal people when they face life-threatening illnesses.Treatments that involve painful processes that help to kill cancer and other diseases.Question 18.18. Rachels claims that most actual cases of killing: (Points : 1)are morally worse than most actual cases of letting die.are morally the same most actual cases of letting die.are morally less bad than most actual cases of letting die.are morally required.Question 19.19. In the excerpt from Plato’s Republic, Glaukon suggests that people are good (Points : 1)only because they are powerless to commit injustice and get away with it.because their conscience tells them to be.out of reverence for the law.because living justly is objectively the best sort of life.Question 20.20. According to Glaukon, justice is based on (Points : 1)Mutually advantageous agreements among people.The laws of God.Natural goodwill among people.The will of the powerful.

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