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  • Q1
    Who famously argued for a just distribution of resources based on the difference principle, which allows for social and economic inequalities as long as they benefit the least advantaged?
    Robert Nozick
    John Rawls
    Martin Luther King Jr
    Joni Eareckson Tada
  • Q2
    Which civil rights leader famously advocated for nonviolent resistance and equality for all, regardless of race?
    Joni Eareckson Tada
    Robert Nozick
    John Rawls
    Martin Luther King Jr
  • Q3
    Who is a disability advocate, artist, and author known for her Christian faith and advocacy work for people with disabilities?
    Joni Eareckson Tada
    John Rawls
    Martin Luther King Jr
    Robert Nozick
  • Q4
    Which political philosopher is known for his libertarian views on minimal government intervention and the importance of individual rights and freedom?
    John Rawls
    Martin Luther King Jr
    Joni Eareckson Tada
    Robert Nozick
  • Q5
    According to philosopher Robert Nozick, what is the main issue with implementing high taxes to fund philanthropic programs?
    It hinders economic growth
    It violates individual rights
    It promotes inequality
    It decreases government revenue
  • Q6
    How does Robert Nozick view the role of philanthropy in society?
    As a voluntary and noble act
    As a means of promoting inequality
    As a government-mandated duty
    As a burden on the wealthy
  • Q7
    In Nozick's view, what is the primary purpose of taxation?
    To limit individual freedoms
    To fund the minimal state's functions
    To redistribute wealth among citizens
    To encourage economic growth
  • Q8
    How does Robert Nozick argue against the principle of redistribution of wealth through taxation?
    It is necessary for social stability
    It promotes economic growth
    It is akin to forced labor
    It ensures equality of opportunity
  • Q9
    According to Robert Nozick, what is the role of the government in economic matters?
    To promote income equality through taxation
    To control and redistribute wealth among citizens
    To provide a framework for voluntary transactions and protect individual rights
    To regulate all aspects of the economy for social welfare
  • Q10
    How does Robert Nozick define a just distribution of wealth?
    One that is determined by government authorities
    One that arises from voluntary exchanges and acquisitions
    One that prioritizes the needs of the wealthy over the poor
    One that ensures equal outcomes for all individuals
  • Q11
    What is the veil of ignorance in Rawls' theory intended to eliminate?
    Ethical dilemmas
    Biases based on personal characteristics
    Socioeconomic inequalities
    Political disagreements
  • Q12
    How does moral luck challenge the notion of moral responsibility?
    by denying the existence of moral standards
    by highlighting the impact of factors beyond our control on our actions and outcomes
    by focusing solely on the consequences of our actions
    by emphasizing the importance of personal choice in all situations
  • Q13
    How does moral luck challenge the concept of moral desert in ethics?
    by excluding the role of luck in influencing moral assessments
    by asserting that moral actions are solely determined by personal choices
    by emphasizing the importance of consequences over intentions in moral judgment
    by demonstrating that individuals can be praised or blamed for factors beyond their control
  • Q14
    Which U.S. Supreme Court case ruled that racial segregation in public schools was unconstitutional?
    Miranda v. Arizona
    Brown v. Board of Education
    Gideon v. Wainwright
    Roe v. Wade
  • Q15
    Which civil rights activist is known for refusing to give up her seat on a segregated bus in Montgomery, Alabama?
    Rosa Parks
    Martin Luther King Jr.
    Malcolm X
    Harriet Tubman

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