Rosalind Hursthouse, "Right Action"

  1. What is the general objection to virtue theoretic conception of moral rules?
      a. They fail to provide action guidance.
      b. They are counterintuitive.
      c. They are not sufficiently attuned to outcomes.
      d. They are not sufficiently agent-centerd.
  2. Hursthouse conceives of virtue ethics as a plausible alternative to which of the following moral theories?
      a. Deontology
      b. Consequentialism
      c. Utilitarianism
      d. All of the above
  3. For Hursthouse, what constitutes a right action?
      a. Acting according to the Categorical Imperative
      b. Acting in ways that maximize my own happiness
      c. Acting in ways that the perfectly virtuous agent would act
      d. Acting in ways that maximize total pleasure
  4. How does Hursthouse describe virtue ethics relation to individuals and their actions?
      a. Act-neutral
      b. Agent-neutral
      c. Act-centered
      d. Agent-centered
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