MGT610 Q.1According to utilitarianism, to ascertain what to

MGT610  Q.1According to utilitarianism, to ascertain what to do on any particular occasion,I must do each of the following EXCEPT:A. Determining what alternative actions are availableB. Estimating the benefits and costs an action would produceC. Deciding which action is compatible with moral virtueD. Choosing the alternative that produces the greatest utilityQ.2Which of the following statements is NOT true of utilitarianism?A. Utilitarianism advocates maximizing utilityB. Utilitarianism matches well with moral evaluation of public policiesC. Utilitarianism appears as a counter-intuitive to many peopleD. Utilitarianism helps explain why some actions are generally wrong and othersgenerally rightQ.3Which of the following is NOT a challenge faced by utilitarian ethics?A. There is a tendency for us to ignore consequencesB. The end justifies the means based on the essence of utilitarianismC. Certain rules may not be followed depending on their ethical consequencesD. The more expansive the list of individuals that may be affected by aconsequence, the less practical utilitarian thinking becomesQ.4Utilitarianism is an example of which of the following ethical theories?A. VirtueB. IntuitionismC. DeontologicalD. TeleologicalQ.5Which of the following theories holds that innate rights depend on somehuman convention or judicial act?A. UtilitarianismB. Kantian theoriesC. Natural rights theoryD. RelativismQ.6Which of the following statements correctly characterizes moral rights?A. Moral rights exist independent of dutiesB. Moral rights provide individuals with autonomyC. The gains of others justify interference with a person’s activity, even if thatpursuit is protected by a moral rightD. Moral rights provide a basis for justifying one’s actions, but not for invokingthe protection of othersQ.7Which of the following are the general rights that involve claims againsthumanity in general?A. In ram rightsB. In persona rightsC. Negative rightsD. Positive rightsQ.8Which of the following is NOT an individual on the “administrative” side ofutilitarianism?A. PresidentB. GovernorC. EconomistD. MayorQ.9According to John Rawls, perfect procedural justice does which of thefollowing?A. Always produces just outcomesB. Produces just outcomes only to a certain extentC. Rarely produces just outcomesD. Never produce just outcomesQ.10Which of the following does NOT describe “virtueâ€?A. The traits that everyone needs for a good lifeB. An excellence that is admired in a personC. A disposition to act in multidimensional wayD. A specific state of character