University of Kansas, Fall 2003
Philosophy 160: Introduction to Ethics
Normative-ethics test handout
The test will be given in class on Monday, November 3, and will consist
of 100 points’ worth of questions.
- There will be eight questions, worth 5 points each, requiring you to
select statements or quotations that answer certain questions. These questions
will resemble the ones on the first part of the meta-ethics test. As before, there will be
more answers than questions, so this part of the test will not be as simple as
one-to-one matching. But the answers will be grouped into several
reasonably-sized answer banks instead of all being in one huge answer bank.
- There will be four short-answer questions (two 10-point questions and two
20-point questions) drawn from the list of possible test questions (numbered
15–43) in the online notes on normative ethics.