PHIL 224 Fall 2014 Study Guide/Content Exam 1 I You should be able to identify or define the following terms: Intrinsic Value Extrinsic Value Moral Principle Principle of Explanatory Value Principle of Practical Guidance Ethics By Authority Divine Command Theory Ethical Relativism Documentary Hypothesis Upanishads Atman Brahman Metaphysical Dualism Spiritual Doubles Incarnation Resurrection Science (for Mutahhari) Faith (for Mutahhari) II You should be able to correctly respond to short answer questions based on the following slides. The Role of Reasons The Right and the Good Tripartite Deontic Schema Moral Value A Theory of the Right and the Good Taking Aim with Moral Principles Evaluating Ethical Theories Divine Command Theory Ethical Relativism Interpretive Principles Genesis 1-3 The Nature of the Human The Place of the Human The Crisis Brihad Aranyaka Upanishad Atman and Brahman Brahmanic Cosmogony Where do Humans Fit? Good vs. Gratifying The Prescription Who was Paul? Metaphysics Spiritual Doubles Diagnosis: Sin Prescription: Incarnation Prescription: Resurrection Humans and Animals Science and Faith From Animal to Human A Difference with a Difference Diagnosis and Prescription III You should be able to respond to one of the following in a short essay. Compare and contrast the Hebrew and Hindu accounts of human nature focusing on their respective diagnosis and prescriptions. Compare and contrast the Christian and Islamic accounts of human nature focusing on their respective diagnosis and prescriptions.