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Phrasal and prepositional verbs (Metaethics: Crash Course Philosophy)

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In this Crash Course video students will learn phrasal and prepositional verbs. Tasks include gap fill and multiple choice.
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Hank explains three forms of moral realism – moral absolutism, and cultural relativism, including the difference between descriptive and normative cultural relativism – and moral subjectivism, which is a form of moral antirealism.
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9 minutes 34 seconds
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Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
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vocabulary
Vocabulary practice
Grammar topic
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Upper-intermediate (B2), Advanced (C1), Intermediate (B1), Proficient (C2)
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7/25/2022
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1. Fill the gap.
Or what about this: what if youto harm someone, but yousaving their life?
2. Fill the gap.
So, you and your friend might totally agreewhether something is immoral or not, but you might disagree fervently about why.
3. Unmix the sentence.
A
burglar
plots
to
break
into
an
old
woman's
house
on
a
Sunday
morning
4. Fill the gap.
The sight of her body scares the burglar and he
5. Choose the correct options.
"She was unconscious, having PASSED OUT because of a carbon monoxide leak" Which phrase is NOT a synonym of the verb "to pass out"?
to regain consciousness
to lose consciousness
to become unconscious
6. Fill the gap.
So, the burglar brokethe house with the intention of stealingthe woman, but, inadvertently, he saved her life.
7. Choose the correct options.
"Your answers to these questions will help you suss out where your moral sensibilities lie." What does "to suss out" mean?
lie or decieve someone
finish work for the day
to invent a story
to realize, understand, or discover something
8. Fill the gap.
And why the way you do will say a lot about what metaethical view you
9. Fill the gap.
You don't have to dig very deepmoral realism before you runtrouble.
10. Fill the gap.
If morality is basedfacts, then why is there so much disagreement about what's moral and what's not
11. Fill the gap.
So let'sourselvessome of its most popular flavors.
12. Fill the gap.
This is simply the belief that people's moral beliefsfrom culture to culture.
13. Fill the gap.
it's not out beliefs, but moral facts themselves that differculture to culture.
14. Fill the gap.
So let's talk about the moral frameworks you'll use toyour wayall of these moral mazes.
15. Fill the gap.
They're moral foundations that help youconsistent answers about right and wrong conduct.
16. Fill the gap.
Natural law theory reliesthe starting assumption that God created the universe according to a well-ordered plan.
17. Fill the gap.
Ethic theories also consistMoral Principles, which are the building blocks that makethe theories.
18. Fill the gap.
But the thing about ethical theories is that the most people don't identifyjust one.
19. Fill the gap.
Instead, most peopleprinciples from several theories that help them from their own moral views.
20. Fill the gap.
... and others, that you definitely
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