Part III: Moral Realism
Who established the New Economics Policies(NEP) and also known as the father of development?
a. Tun Abdul Razakb. Tan Cen Lokc. Tunku Abdul Rahmand. Tun HussienOnn1)
One key difference between contemporary moral realism and traditional moral realismis that contemporary moral realism:
a. bases its moral realism claim on special powers of moral intuition.b. bases its moral realism claim on special powers of moral intuition.c. is much more modest in its claims concerning objective moral truths.d. claims that moral truths are absolute and categorical.2)
Contemporary moral realism maintains that real moral facts and objective moral truths:
a. are a meaningless concept.b. may possibly be discovered and proved.c. have recently been discovered and confirmed by research in psychology and sociology.d. have been known and understood for many centuries.3)
In response to the ethical nonobjectivist argument from simplicity, moral realistsrespond that:
a. both scientific and ethical issues often involve complex judgments.b. ethics is more complicated because it involves the complexity of human behaviorc. it is never possible to make accurate judgments of simplicity.d. simplicity is a false standard in all areas of inquiry, including both science and ethics.