Question FBQ1 : The Greek word from which the word “ethics” was formed is called _____
Answer: Ethos

Question FBQ2 : _______ way of acting is the meaning of the word ‘ethics’.
Answer: Customary

Question FBQ3 : ______ is the branch of philosophy that deals with morals.
Answer: Ethics

Question FBQ4 : _________ deals with the judgement of human action
Answer: Ethics

Question FBQ5 : When human action is approved by the society then the action is said to be____________
Answer: Moral

Question FBQ6 : When an action is undesirable then it is _______
Answer: Immoral

Question FBQ7 : Ethics has as its subject matter ______
Answer: Human absolute end

Question FBQ8 : ____ is used to describe an action that is not in accordance with acceptable standards of morality
Answer: Immoral

Question FBQ9 : Dishonesty in business is____________________
Answer: Immoral

Question FBQ10 : The problem of ____ is the main problem in the philosophy of religion
Answer: Evil

Question FBQ11 : Seeking the good is what Plato called______
Answer: Eros

Question FBQ12 : The quest for highest value is called _______
Answer: Eros

Question FBQ13 : ____ developed the idea of “eros” in his philosophical thought
Answer: Plato

Question FBQ14 : Christian ethics is the way of life exemplified and taught by ____
Answer: Jesus

Question FBQ15 : ___ of the bible is also known as Christian ethics
Answer: Ethics

Question FBQ16 : The concept of “Eudemonism was developed by ______
Answer: Aristotle

Question FBQ17 : The ____ asserts that human beings are pleasure seeking and pain avoidance
Answer: Hedonism

Question FBQ18 : The ethics of the _____ states that Eat, drink and merry; for tomorrow we die.
Answer: Epicureans

Question FBQ19 : ___________means pleasure seeking
Answer: Hedonism

Question FBQ20 : _____ emphasis pleasure in his ethics
Answer: Epicurus

Question FBQ21 : According to ____ virtue is pursued for virtues sake
Answer: Stoics

Question FBQ22 : According to ______ Evil is nothing but the mixture of good and bad.
Answer: Augustine

Question FBQ23 : ................ proposed the ethics of unconditional demand
Answer: Kant

Question FBQ24 : The idea of duty ethics is credited to _______
Answer: Kant

Question FBQ25 : ____ can be described as a free rational inquiry into the meaning and nature of reality.
Answer: Philosophy

Question FBQ26 : The stoics appeals to ______ in the face of life challenges
Answer: Courage

Question FBQ27 : _______’s Categorical Imperatives treats all persons as means.
Answer: Kant

Question FBQ28 : ________ Ethical principle emphasises “greatest happiness for the greatest number of people is the ethical position of the.
Answer: Utilitarian

Question FBQ29 : According to Karl Bath what we call evil is ______
Answer: Nothingness

Question FBQ30 : The doctrine of the best possible world was described by ______
Answer: Leibniz

Question FBQ31 : Measuring all human actions by their usefulness towards the end is the ethical principle of the ______
Answer: Utilitarian

Question FBQ32 : The claim of superior and inferior races is a form of rationalization. True or False?
Answer: True

Question FBQ33 : The two ethicists Bentham and Mill were known for their ethical principle called ____
Answer: Utilitarianism

Question FBQ34 : The idea of culture is NOT synonymous with civilization. True or false?
Answer: False

Question FBQ35 : _______is an unusually slippery and ambiguous term
Answer: Culture

Question MCQ1 : According to ethicists every disciplines of human endeavour has its own _____.
Answer: Ethics

Question MCQ2 : In legal pluralism there is the possibility of the existence of different ________.
Answer: legal systems

Question MCQ3 : Who gave the command that you must live a moral life?
Answer: God

Question MCQ4 : Through what can human beings pursue their highest goal?
Answer: Ethics

Question MCQ5 : Which of the following is a correct description of morality?
Answer: Set of judgement

Question MCQ6 : Ethics aims at stating how men ought to _________.
Answer: Behave

Question MCQ7 : What aspect of human behaviour is law concerned with?
Answer: Norms

Question MCQ8 : What is the meaning of the term "immoral"?
Answer: Moral evil

Question MCQ9 : What is the term that designates ‘science of morality’?
Answer: Ethics

Question MCQ10 : How did Immanuel Kant conceives moral laws?
Answer: Self-imposed

Question MCQ11 : It is impossible to isolate personal ethics from _________.
Answer: psychology

Question MCQ12 : The word ethikos can be explained to mean __________.
Answer: Arising from habit

Question MCQ13 : Which of the following is NOT direct object of religion?
Answer: Morality

Question MCQ14 : Which of the following is correct about the role of ethics in moral norms?
Answer: Clarification

Question MCQ15 : What can be described as the object which guides your activities?
Answer: Law

Question MCQ16 : What is the aspect of ethics that deals with the analysis of ethical terms called?
Answer: Meta-ethics

Question MCQ17 : In some cases it is possible for law to permits what morality ________.
Answer: Prohibits

Question MCQ18 : An unethical behaviour affects _________.
Answer: Society

Question MCQ19 : How many parts can Meta-Ethics be subdivided into?
Answer: 2

Question MCQ20 : According to some theologians, morality and religion are _______.
Answer: Inseparable

Question MCQ21 : What is the discipline that explains the good and the bad of human behaviour?
Answer: Ethics

Question MCQ22 : The following are regarded as object of religion EXCEPT __________.
Answer: Soul

Question MCQ23 : Which of the followings does not belong to the group of social sciences?
Answer: Medicine

Question MCQ24 : According to some scholars ethics is an account of how individuals live their
Answer: Good life

Question MCQ25 : Which of the following describe sin with regard to both God and other person?
Answer: Self-love

Question MCQ26 : What is essential for the elimination of sinful act?
Answer: Ethical inwardness

Question MCQ27 : Attitudes and acts contrary to the will of God is regarded as
Answer: Social sin

Question MCQ28 : Which of the following ideas is related to human etiquette?
Answer: Morality

Question MCQ29 : All the following are social services EXCEPT
Answer: Evangelism

Question MCQ30 : To “hate the sin but love the sinner” is a way to
Answer: Display love

Question MCQ31 : Who declared man a social animal?
Answer: Aristotle

Question MCQ32 : The Platonic theory of the good is rooted in
Answer: ethics of self-realization

Question MCQ33 : In moral evaluation of human character we often make
Answer: Moral judgement

Question MCQ34 : Religious pluralism enhances
Answer: Peaceful coexistence

Question MCQ35 : The basis of the teaching on family are the following EXCEPT
Answer: Ethics