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Question 1What philosopher believes the maximin rule is relevant to justice?
Selected Answer:John Rawls Correct Answer:
Question 2John Rawls’ Theory of Justice lays within which type of tradition?
Selected Answer:Social contract. Correct Answer:
Question 3Aristotle’s formal principle of justice states,
Selected Answer:similar cases must be treated alike except where there is some relevant difference. Correct Answer:
Question 4The first principle of Nozick’s entitlement theory concerns the original acquisition of
Selected Answer:goods, money, and property.
d. the crown.
Question 5Eminent domain is the ancient right of government to take what from an individual?
Selected Answer:property Correct Answer:
Question 6The veil of ignorance assures us that people in the original position will be
Selected Answer:impartial. Correct Answer:
Question 7In Anarchy, State and Utopia, Robert Nozick advocates
Selected Answer:Libertarianism. Correct Answer:
Question 8According to John Rawls,
Selected Answer:people in the original position choose the principles on the basis of self-interest. Correct Answer:
Question 9From John Stuart Mill’s viewpoint,
Selected Answer:not every issue of social utility was a matter of justice. Correct Answer:
Question 10To the libertarians, their concept of liberty includes a commitment to
Selected Answer:private property. Correct Answer:
Question 11In Nozick’s example of Wilt Chamberlain, he argues that other theories of economic justice inevitably fail to respect people’s
Selected Answer:liberty. Correct Answer:
Question 12Mill justified utilitarianism from rival perspectives when he argued
Selected Answer:that without utilitarianism to provide a determinate standard of justice, one is always left with a plethora of competing principles of justice, all of which seem to have plausibility but are mutually incompatible. Correct Answer:
Question 13According to libertarianism,
Selected Answer:it would be unjust to coerce people to give food or money to the starving. Correct Answer:
Question 14The veil of ignorance proposes that
Selected Answer:those in the original position are supposed to choose principles on the basis of self-interest, agreement seems unlikely. Correct Answer:
Question 15Who is more likely to be sympathetic with the idea of reducing the disparities of income in society?
Selected Answer:Utilitarians Correct Answer: