Doing Ethics Moral Reasoning Theory and Contemporary Issues
Quiz 3: Evaluating Moral Arguments
The Utterance "Abortion Is Morally Permissible" Is
The utterance "Abortion is morally permissible" is A) an argument. B) a nonmoral statement. C) a moral statement. D) an implied statement.
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In the argument "(1) Premarital sex is morally permissible because (2) it makes people happy," statement 1 is the ________ and statement 2 is the ________. A) conclusion; premise B) premise; conclusion C) main argument; premise D) implied premise; stated premise
An argument in the logical sense is a A) heated exchange of views. B) group of statements, one of which is supposed to be supported by the rest. C) group of statements that leads to a question. D) group of unconnected statements.
In an argument, the supporting statements are known as ________; the statement being supported is known as the ________. A) inferences; conclusion B) premises; deduction C) premises; conclusion D) indicator words; conclusion
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