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University of the Visayas- Dalaguete Campus

Poblacion, Dalaguete Cebu


ETHICS
SEMI-FINAL EXAMINATION 2NDsemester A.Y.2018-2019

Name:_________________________________ Yr.& Program___________ Date:______________


I. Directions: Encircle the letter of the BEST answer. STRICTLY NO ERASURES.
1. It is the courage to take action for moral reasons despite the risk of adverse consequences.
A. Courage B. Will C. Moral Courage D. Virtue
2. How does character formed according to virtue ethics?
A. Habituation B. Actions C. Attitudes D. Thoughts
3. The following are examples of Moral virtues except:
A. Courage B. Wisdom C. Temperance D. Justice
4. Which among the following statements support Aquinas’ Natural Law Theory?
A. Reason is, and ought only to be the slave of the passions
B. Goodness of man is a matter of planning, purpose, decision and choice
C. Man’s actions and endeavors are motivated by the possession of the good.
D. God made man with the tool necessary to know what’s good.
5. It is the fundamental object of human desire.
A. Honor B. Wealth C. Sensual pleasure D. Happiness
6. How can man achieve happiness according to virtue ethics?
A. Living a life of virtue C. moderation or avoidance of extremes
B. Doing what is right D. All of the above
7. These are set of character traits that once developed will lead to predictably good behavior?
A. Character B. Virtues C. Personality D. Actions
8.Are all correct or right action good?
A. Yes right actions always yield good result.
B. Yes for it conforms with law or certain principle
C. No, an action maybe done in wrong way but can lead to good result
D. It depends upon the situation
9. It is the capacity for consciously making sense of things, establishing and verifying facts, applying logic and
justifying practices and beliefs.
A. Feeling B. Reasoning C. Judging D. Communicating
10. When can you say that a person is courageous?
A. When one directly helps someone in need C. When one assess first the situation before taking action
B. When one immediately takes action with no doubt D. All of the above
11. A principle of justice, holding that decisions should be based on objectives criteria rather than on the basis of
bias prejudice or preferring the benefit to one person over another for improper reasons.
A. Impartiality B. Reasoning C. Judging D. Feeling
12. Which of the following statements is false?
A. Feelings are irrational and nothing but maybe products of prejudice and selfishness
B. Decisions must be guided as much as possible with reason
C. Following your emotions in times of crucial decision making will always lead you to regrets
D. Moral courage involves deliberation and careful thinking
13. Determine the correct arrangement in the 7-step moral reasoning model.
I. Develop list of at least 5 options V. Make a final choice
II. Make a tentative choice from step 1-5 VI. Gather and assess relevant facts
III. Identifying the stakeholders VII. State the problem
IV. Test options
A. VII, III, VI, I, IV, II, V C. VII, VI, III, I,IV,II, V
B. VII, VI, III, IV,V, I, II D. VII, I,III, II,IV,V. VI
14. It gives man the freedom to choose.
A. Will B. Reason C. Feeling D. Judgment
15. The following are test done in testing options using the 7-step reasoning model except:
A. Harm test B. Professional test C. Virtue test D. Morality test

II. Explain briefly.


1.What does it mean to be virtuous?

2.Should you or should you not follow your emotions in times of crucial decision making? Justify your answer.

III. Answer the dilemma below using the 7-step reasoning model.
Nena is 67 years old grandmother who is taking care of his 3 granchildren whose parents died in an accident.Her
works as a garbage collector cannot suffice even the basic needs of his grandchildren. One day, in a store, Lola
was on your side. You saw her stealing some goods. The incident was known by the owner ang points you as the
one responsible. What will you do?