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By exodus101
This quiz evaluates personal ethical principles and decision making preferences according to prominent ethical theories. (This originally appeared in "Ethics: A Pluralistic Approach to Moral Theory" by Lawrence M. Hinman)
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1. What's right depends on the culture you are in.



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2. No one has the right to judge what's right or wrong for another person.



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3. No one has the right to intervene when he or she thinks someone else has done something morally wrong.



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4. It's hopeless to try to arrive at a final answer to ethical questions.



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5. Ultimately, there is one and only one right standard of moral evaluation.



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6. Morality is mainly a matter of what kind of person you are.



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7. Sometimes courage seems to go too far.



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8. Compassion for the suffering of others is an important character trait.



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9. It's important to care about yourself.



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10. Virtues are the same for males and females.



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11. Everyone is just out for himself or herself.



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12. Some people think that they are genuinely concerned about the welfare of others, but they are just deceiving themselves



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13. People are not really free. They are just products of their environment, upbringing, and other factors.



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14. Everyone should watch out just for himself or herself.



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15. You can't be both altruistic and selfish at the same time.



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16. When I am trying to decide what the right thing to do is, I primarily look at the consequences of the various alternatives open to me.



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17. The right thing to do is whatever is best for everyone.



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18. If someone tries to do the right thing but it works out badly, they still deserve moral credit for trying.



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19. Pleasure is the most important thing in life.



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20. Happiness is the most important thing in life.



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21. It is important to do the right thing for the right reason.



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22. What is fair for one is fair for all.



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23. People should always be treated with respect.



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24. We should never use other people merely as a means to our own goals.



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25. I have a right to do whatever I want as long as it does not impinge on other people's rights.



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