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Ethics in law enforcement
week 4
LEA 316 Week 4 Quiz

LEA 316 Week 4 Quiz

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A traditional typology of prison corruption includes: When did conceptions of crime and punishment begin to be divorced from their earlier religious foundations? The strongest support for psychological egoism comes from: ________ describes a form of human motivation whereby our decisions and actions are motivated primarily, if not exclusively, by our own interests. Within moral philosophy, religion has been employed as a ________ for moral values and as a source of ________ for moral behavior. Mill believed that establishing the quality of a pleasure requires: Under ________, what matters morally are consequences to ourselves, though our own interests are furthered by recognizing and agreeing to abide by certain rules of social living that are in the best interests of everyone. ________ suggested that a law may be unjust if it is degrading to humans, discriminatory, enacted by an authority that is not truly representative and/or unjustly applied. At the Nuremberg trials, judges appealed to ________ law as a means of bringing Nazi leaders and war criminals to trial. The self-defeating nature of ethical egoism can best be exemplified by what is known as:

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