(ANSWER) PHIL-2306-EXAM: APPLIED ETHICS I - Essay Prowess

(ANSWER) PHIL-2306-EXAM: APPLIED ETHICS I

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PHIL-2306-EXAM APPLIED ETHICS I

Instructions

You have 30 minutes and one attempt to complete this 10-question multiple choice exam. It will not be reopened for any reason, so do not miss the exam.

  1. As regards nursing ethics, respect persons has direct bearing upon the principle of
Beneficence
Autonomy
Veracity
Maleficence

2.

“The death penalty degrades human dignity based on the severity of the penalty and the psychological suffering as well as the physical suffering of the individual on trial as well as an inherent loss of humanity.  In short, the death penalty is a loss of right for others to have rights.” This argument is a/an:
utilitarian argument
virtue ethics argument
existentialist ethics argument
Kantian argument
3.
As regards legal aspects of capital punishment Gregg v. Georgia found that capital punishment was constitutional
As long as the victim in the crime committed by the person on trial was against a police officer or an individual representing the state in an official capacity
As long as the sentencer (judge) is not allowed to take into account the record of the individual on trial
As long as the judicial determination of sentencing is based on an objective criterion and judicial discretion was limited
As long as the sentencer (judge) is not allowed to take into account the character of the individual on trial
4
Which of the following is true regarding the nurse’s commitment to the medical principle of veracity
The nurse should never defer to the physician under all circumstances
The nurse should always tell the patient truth under all circumstances
The nurse should always defer to the physician under all circumstances
The nurse should never tell the patient truth under any circumstances
5,
As regards nursing ethics, the medical principle of paternalism has to do with
the expanding of patient autonomy
the treating of the patient with fairness
the restriction of patient autonomy
the disregard for patient autonomy
6,
As regards legal aspects of capital punishment, Furman v. Georgia established that state laws allowing capital punishment were unconstitutional
Because of the way the laws were passed in the legislatures
Because of the way the laws were constructed
Because of the way the laws were being written
Because of the way the laws were being implemented
7,
As regards nursing ethics, justice has to do with
Giving the patient what they deserve
Acting in the patient’s family self-interest
Acting in the nurse’s self interest
Treating all patient cases alike
8,
As regards nursing ethics, beneficence has to do with
Treating the patient fairly
Preventing harm
Doing good
Identifying with the patient’s emotions
9,
As regards nursing ethics, fidelity has to do with
Being faithful to patients which the nurse makes to the patient’s care
Being faithful to the hospital institutions care and policy regarding the patient
Being faithful to the physicians commits regarding patient care
Being faithful to the patient’s family in providing patient care
10,
As regards nursing ethics, the medical principle of autonomy has to do with
Treating all patients alike
The right to self determination
b. The right of an individual to make decisions for another
c. Acting in a way that benefits patien

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