please see the file attached and follow the instruction. please do ask me if you have any qustion.READINGS FOR THE TEST
Letters A through C are used in the questions to refer to
the following readings or materials.
A. Martin Luther King, Jr., Letter from a
Birmingham Jail, BB
B. Witnessing: Key Concepts, in PPT
C. Aristotle, Power-Point Slide on Rhetoric, in PPT
(These are in the COURSE SLIDES)
PPT = Slides the PowerPoint Course Slides (What is a
Social Ethial Issue).
para = paragraph
MLK = Martin Luther King, Jr.
NVDA = Non-Violent Direct Action
Re NVDA: True (T) or False (F) and Multiple
1. ____ (T or F) Text A, paras 6-9, indicates that
NVDA discounts the value of negotiation in settling
disputes and resolving grievances.
2. ____ By “self purification” MLK means (X) a
program of individual meditation to prepare for
prospective demonstrators; (Y) a process used after
demonstrations to deal with the trauma left by police
abuse; (Z) preparation for the verbal and physical
attacks that occur in a demonstration.
3. ____ (T or F) NVDA is designed to calm a troubled
Re Civil Disobedience, Text A, paras 12-17
4. ____ According to Text A, paras 12 and 13, (X)
there are no universal moral laws that apply to all
societies; (Y) some man-made laws are unjust and
may/should be disobeyed; (Z) respect for God’s law
always requires obedience to State laws.
5. ____ In Text A, paras 12 and 13, all of the following
offer a non-religious justification for civil disobedience
except (X) Kant’s concept of personhood; (Y) Buber’s
notion of the I-Thou relationship; (Z) Tillich’s notion of
6. ____ According to MLK, which of the following is
true regarding civil disobedience: (X) it’s a concept that
originates with him; (Y) it is rejected by Scripture and
all Christian thinkers: (Z) it can actually express respect
for the law.
7. ____ Which of the following best expresses the
approach of Text A? (X) it is a tightly argued legal brief
against segregation; (Y) it appeals to philosophical
principles as well as religious imperatives; (Z) it
congratulates the black and white clergymen of the
South, to whom it is addressed, for their patience and
moderation in dealing with segregation.
Witnessing, Key Points (Text B)
8. ____ (T or F) MLK had little hope that the
perpetrators of racial injustice and violence could be
converted by NVDA.
9. ____ (T or F) NVDA requires demonstrators to put
their bodies “on the line” or at risk in witnessing to the
injustices of the system.
10. ____ (T or F) According to Aristotle, Slide C, a
speaker should not appeal to the emotions of an audience
to win support for his position.
11 ____ (T or F) According to Aristotle, to be
persuasive, a speaker should be a person of virtue or
outstanding character.
“Eyes on the Prize” – Ain’t Scared of Your Jails”
(Shown in class. For a refresher, you may watch episode
3 and others on You Tube. Google the above.)
12. ____ Brutality directed against peaceful student
demonstrators in first lunch-counter sit-ins of the civil
rights movement demonstrated the failure of the MLK’s
philosophy of non-violent direct action (NVDA).
13.____The mayor of Nashville only changed his views
on segregation under political and economic pressure.
14. ____The student march in Nashville was notable for
the speeches given by the student organizers along their
route through the center of the city.
15.____The larger African-American community kept a
low profile when students arrested at sit-ins were thrown
in jail.
16. ____denies that actions, objects, or values have
intrinsic worth.
17. ____holds that life is an over-riding and
unconditional virtue or good.
18. ____applies a universal ethical standard to all
19. ____believes that monetary cost and benefit provides
a common measure for resolving all choices, including
ethical choices.
20. ____expects very little to result from the discussion
of ethical issues among a group that is divided by
different ethical notions of the good.

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