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Aristotle
a) believed in virtues and not reason alone for community living
b) Expert Knowledge should always be valued
c) Study and experience are essential to moral maturation
d) character, personality traits, desires, and reasons are more important than external rules

Zagzebski
a) character, personality traits, desires, and reasons are more important than external rules
b) Moral practice and moral knowledge are the same
c) Expert Knowledge should always be valued
d) Study and experience are essential to moral maturation

Plato
a) Expert Knowledge should always be valued
b) character, personality traits, desires, and reasons are more important than external rules
c) Moral practice and moral knowledge are the same
d) Study and experience are essential to moral maturation

Ortega y Gasset
a) Study and experience are essential to moral maturation
b) Moral practice and moral knowledge are the same
c) Expert Knowledge should always be valued
d) character, personality traits, desires, and reasons are more important than external rules

Confusious and Lao Tzu
a) Expert Knowledge should always be valued
b) Study and experience are essential to moral maturation
c) character, personality traits, desires, and reasons are more important than external rules
d) Moral practice and moral knowledge are the same

Moore
a) there is a natural instinct to help others
b) Community ideals are usually right but God sometimes speaks to the individual about what is right
c) moral intuition is a sixth sense
d) teaching and role modeling can advance human bonding

Hume
a) there is a natural instinct to help others
b) Community ideals are usually right but God sometimes speaks to the individual about what is right
c) moral intuition is a sixth sense
d) teaching and role modeling can advance human bonding

Kierkegaard
a) moral intuition is a sixth sense
b) there is a natural instinct to help others
c) teaching and role modeling can advance human bonding
d) Community ideals are usually right but God sometimes speaks to the individual about what is right

Noddings
a) moral intuition is a sixth sense
b) there is a natural instinct to help others
c) Community ideals are usually right but God sometimes speaks to the individual about what is right
d) teaching and role modeling can advance human bonding

best human invention
a) wheel
b) promise
c) discussion
d) truth

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