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Bus 309 Wk 4 Quiz 3 Chapter 3 - All Possible Questions

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BUS 309 WK 4 Quiz 3 Chapter 3 - All Possible Questions

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BUS 309 WK 4 Quiz 3 Chapter 3 - All Possible Questions


1. Who is known for first holding that we should treat like cases alike?
1. Plato
2. Epicurus
3. Cicero
4. Aristotle

1. The topic of the proper distribution of burdens and benefits is known as
1. Distributive justice
2. Retributive justice
3. Economic welfare
4. Laissez-faire economics

1. Who made the violation of one’s moral rights the defining characteristic of injustice?
1. John Stuart Mill
2. Adam Smith
3. Karl Marx
4. Robert Nozick

1. Rawls’s theory of justice is
1. A libertarian theory
2. An egalitarian theory
3. A utilitarian theory
4. A retributivist theory

1. Justice for Mill was ultimately a matter of
1. Luck
2. Promoting social well-being
3. Property rights
4. Enforced equality

1. Brandt defends the equality of after-tax income on
1. Libertarian grounds
2. Deontological grounds
3. Utilitarian grounds
4. Egalitarian grounds

1. Libertarians assume that liberty means
1. Freedom
2. Noninterference
3. Equality
4. Liberation

1. Nozick begins with the premise that people have
1. Certain basic moral rights
2. Equality of income
3. Equality of opportunity
4. Certain basic positive rights

1. Nozick refers to the firm restrictions that rights impose as
1. Side constraints
2. Lockean constraints
3. Side bars
4. Liberty constraints

1. Nozick calls his theory of justice the
1. Welfare theory
2. Lockean theory
3. Absolute theory
4. Entitlement theory

1. Locke held that individuals are entitled to
1. The products of a welfare state
2. What they can acquire
3. What they possess
4. The products of their labor

1. For Locke, prior to the formation of government property rights were limited by the requirement that one not waste, and by the restriction...

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