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Professional ethics test answers 90 questions.

Lesson number one.

QUESTION № 1. What is studying science ethics?

1) ethics, morality;

2) traditions, customs, folk art;

3) the behavior of each individual in society;

4) social problems of society;

5) The political structure of society.

QUESTION № 2. The term "ethics" appeared:

1) the era of the slave-owning;

2) in antiquity;

3) In the Middle Ages;

4) during the Renaissance;

5) in modern times.

Question № 3. The moral nihilism - is:

1) recognition of common to all moral norms, principles and values;

2) a statement requiring the granting or denying something to do, and are not true or false;

3) the statement was false;

4) a change in consciousness;

5) the denial common to all moral norms, principles and values.

Question № 4. What preskriptsiya?

1) theory considering philosophical questions of moral values;

2) regulations, standards, saying, obliging, authorizing or prohibiting to do something which is not a true or false;

3) a set of legal, organizational, security and other measures for the prevention and suppression of crimes and administrative offenses;

4) a change in consciousness;

5) A description is true or false and is not formulated any rules.

Question № 5. What is the direction of neopositivist moral theory, whose representatives argued that moral judgments are not "verifiable" neither true nor false, but express the emotions are the order of the speaker and hearer?

1) relativism;

2) naturalism;

3) Emotivism;

4) nihilism;

5) utilitarianism.

Lesson number 2.

Question № 1. Happiness in Stoic ethics is expressed in:

1) a random success -

2) in wealth;

3) in complete tranquility and the absence of desire;

4) pleasure;

5) in full satisfaction of their desires.

QUESTION № 2. What is the central concept in the ethical teachings of Confucius?

1) chun-tzu;

2) jen;

3) xiao;

4) wen;

5) Zheng min.

Question № 3. Specify surname RUSSIAN writer and philosopher, who believed that "the recognition of the need for resistance to evil is nothing like their usual excuse for people´s favorite vices: revenge, greed, envy, anger, lust for power."

1) Fyodor Dostoyevsky;

2) Leo Tolstoy;

3) V. Soloviev;

4) Bulgakov;

5) Berdyaev.

Question № 4. The main Christian virtues is:

1) faith;

2) Hope;

3) force;

4) humility;

5) love.

Question № 5. Self human goods

1) self-denial;

2) self-sacrifice;

3) self-education;

4) self-education;

5) self-flagellation.

Lesson number 3.

QUESTION № 1. Since a moral categories related to the concept of honor?

1) happiness;

2) debt;

3) conscience;

4) dignity;

5) responsibility.

Question № 2. Responsibility - is:

1) the category of ethics, describing the personality in terms of meeting its moral requirements, compliance with its moral activity of moral duty;

2) the category of ethics, describing a person´s ability to exercise moral self-control, self-esteem inside in terms of matching their behavior requirements of morality, independently formulate for themselves the moral problems and demand from themselves their implementation;

3) the category of ethics, based on the principle of equality of all people morally;

4) the category of ethics, describing the moral value of the individual in relation to his status, the nature of activities and acknowledged his moral merit;

5) the category of ethics, meaning the ratio of the individual to society, to other people, as expressed in the moral obligations towards them under certain conditions.

Question № 3. Everything that serves to satisfy the material and spiritual needs of people, is a means to achieve certain positive goals, called a word:

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Question № 5. The moral category, as expressed in the moral obligations towards other people under specific conditions: - is:

1) honor;

2) debt;

3) justice;

4) liability;

5) conscience.

Lesson number 4.

Question number 1.

Professional and ethical regulation of the legal profession suggests:

1) introduction of additional legal acts;

2) the development of a code of ethics;

3) The development and introduction of job descriptions;

4) bans on teaching;

5) The development and introduction of personal cards of working time.

Question number 2.

What it is primarily manifested "practicality" Applied Ethics?

1) in its structure;

2) in its methods;

3) in its properties;

4) to its principles;

5) in its characteristics.

Question number 3.

That does not apply to the field of study "Professional ethics"?

1) moral attitudes of workers and everyone specialist;

2) moral qualities of the individual expert to provide the best performance of professional duties;

3) a set of legal, organizational, security and other measures for the prevention and suppression of crimes and administrative offenses;

4) relationships within professional groups, and those specific moral norms inherent to the profession;

5) features of professional education.

Question number 4.

The totality of the professional moral standards, which defines the relationship of man to his professional duty, is called:

1) situational ethics;

2) ethics of interpersonal communication;

3) professional ethics;

4) normative ethics;

5) Applied Ethics.

Question number 5.

What problem does not apply to moral and philosophical problems of applied ethics?

1) sale of weapons;

2) the relationship of man and society;

3) the death penalty;

4) street fights, family quarrels;

5) The development and education of children.

Lesson number 5.

Question number 1.

In contrast to the legal norms, moral norms are:

1) only a recommendatory nature;

2) Only mandatory;

3) Only prescriptive;

4) partly advisory, partly prescriptive;

5) any non-binding character.

Question number 2.

What moral concepts are common to law and morality?

1) love and hate;

2) democracy and the rule of law;

3) equity and debt;

4) ideology and principles;

5) teamwork and selfishness.

Question number 3.

That is part of the moral and stimulating function right?

1) standards, guidelines;

2) rules of the target;

3) The presumption of the preamble;

4) norms-conditions;

5) norms of moral and material incentives.

Question number 4.

The rules have the force of law enforcement, as they are set:

1) the state;

2) the company;

3) people;

4) the international community;

5) All the answers are correct.

Question number 5.

Legal ethics - is:

1) The idea of \u200b\u200bhuman freedom and equitable social order;

2) rules of off-duty conduct of law enforcement officers;

3) the rules and principles that govern and protect human and civil rights in the professional activity of law enforcement bodies, regulate law enforcement communication with different categories of citizens;

4) reduction of the quality of the professional activity of law enforcement bodies, their professional consciousness and professional relationships with people;

5) All the answers are correct.

Lesson number 6.

Question number 1.

The structure of justice does not include estimates of the relationship:

Question number 2.

How is the regulatory function of justice?

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