1. Florynce Kennedy would agree with which st

1. Florynce Kennedy would agree with which st

1. Florynce Kennedy would agree with which statement? (Points : 1) Making abortion illegal is the result of continual undermining of womens rights.If men could get pregnant, abortion would be illegal.Women have had historical power to make decisions about legislation that relates to abortion.Men in general have cared about womens autonomy when they make decisions about rights.None of the aboveQuestion 2. 2. Death with Dignity requires that (Points : 1)the patient desire to undertake the procedure.the doctor administer the lethal dose.the patient have a family member aid in administering the lethal dose.A and BA and CQuestion 3. 3. Pluripotent stem cells are (Points : 1)those cells that have the potential to be used for multiple types of tissue.those cells that have potential to be used only for one type of tissue.those cells that are generally taken from adults.those cells that are embryonic stem cells.none of the aboveQuestion 4. 4. A deontologist might use which argument against the use of embryos in stem cell research? (Points : 1)Utilizing embryos involves using a human for ends that do not respect its humanity.Utilizing embryos in research will contribute to the greatest overall good.An embryo is a person that can be used for the benefit of all.Outcomes from stem cell research will be different in different societies.None of the aboveQuestion 5. 5. Viability is the term used to define a fetus (Points : 1)first movement.developed body.odds of survival outside the womb.reaction to pain.birth.Question 6. 6. What is one formulation of Kants categorical imperative? (Points : 1)An eye for an eye.Always act in such a way that you promote the greatest happiness for the greatest number.Treat others as you would want to be treated.Do good to others with hate in your heart.Always treat people as ends in themselves, never as means to an end.Question 7. 7. A deontologist could argue which statement in relation to the issue of physician-assisted suicide (PAS) and euthanasia? (Points : 1)PAS and euthanasia are not ethically acceptable, because life is universally valuable and these procedures result in death.PAS and euthanasia are not ethically acceptable, because they lead to greater amounts of unhappiness than keeping people alive.PAS and euthanasia are ethically acceptable because one always has to respect the dignity of life and allowing people this choice affirms their dignity.A and BA and CQuestion 8. 8. What is the difference between RU486 and Plan B? (Points : 1)RU486 cannot prevent pregnancies that have already occurred while Plan B can.RU486 prevents eggs from fertilizing while Plan B works to destroy the embryo.RU486 and Plan B can both eliminate current pregnancies.RU 486 induces the abortion of fertilized embryos while Plan B prevents eggs from being fertilized.None of the aboveQuestion 9. 9. Since 1930, the average lifespan of someone in the United States has increased by (Points : 1)7 years.12 years.19 years.22 years.26 years.Question 10. 10. How long was Terri Schiavo in a persistent vegetative state before the decision was made by her husband to remove her feeding tube? (Points : 1)1 year4 years6 years8 years10 years


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