Mastering PHI 208 Final Exam PHI 208 Final Exam is like any other exam and has to be dealt very carefully. The exam consists of 50 true/false and multiple choice questions that are based on the topics covered in the course. You will have eight hours to complete the exam. You are allowed only one attempt. It is extremely important to study ahead of time for this exam so that you can successfully complete it. Some of the questions and topics that one might expect are: 1) The ring gave Gyges 2) The legal argument that Freeman presents can be summed up like this: caveat emptor has been replaced with caveat venditor. This means that: 3) According to Friedman, which of the following types of cases present ethical dilemmas for those who aid abused women 4) According to Rachels, active euthanasia is currently 5) Which of the following does not happen to pigs on today’s a factory farm in the “Meet your meat” video? 6) According to Midgely, moral isolationism leads to 7) According to Thomas Hill’s account of environmental ethics, a person might show a lack of virtue when they: 8) Midgley thinks that although we can understand or appreciate other societies 9) If Midgley is correct, moral scepticism 10) Which of the following does Tom Regan say about the utilitarian approach to animal ethics? 11) Foot defines negative duty as: 12) What happens to the offspring dairy cows, according to the video “Meet your Meat”?
These are some of the basic yet confusing questions that one might expect in PHI 208 Final Exam. If one is very thorough with such topics then one can easily get
through with such exams and can score really high scores. Such exams are tough but preparing in the right direction can give you very bright results.