Saturday, November 21, 2020

MPYE 002 Ethics Solved Assignment 2020-2021


MPYE 002 Ethics

Solved Assignment 2020-2021

Note: v) Give answer of all five questions. vi) All five questions carry equal marks. vii) The answer of questions no. 1 and 2 should be in about 500 words each.

1. Explain the differences between subjectivist and relativist understanding of value? What are the common objections of objectivist standpoint on value against Subjectivism  and relativism?


What do you think about the relation between legal good and moral good? Discuss the idea of diversity of morals as presented by Morris Ginsberg.

2. What is sustainable development? What is the role and limit of sustainable development to save our environment? Which idea you will wish to present to save our environment? Why?


Discuss and evaluate the idea of existentialist humanism.

3. Give answer of any two questions in about 250 words each.  

a) “Honesty is a virtue.” How would emotivist, relativist, and deontologist analyze this moral statement?

b) Discuss logical positivist’s general position on moral statements.  

c) What do you think about right to privacy as a right that belongs to elite? Support your answer with proper arguments.

d) Do you think that every information telecasting/printing in news channel/newspaper is news? Write an essay on the ethics of reporting.  

4. Give answer of any four questions in about 150 words each.

a) Describe general features of Discourse Ethics as presented by Habermass.

b) “Public is the real censor board.” What is your opinion on this view? Give your arguments.

c) Discuss the cosmopolitan view on international ethics.

d) Evaluate moral pluralism in the light of Bio Ethical issues.

e) “Non-violence is a virtue”. Explain this statement in the light of Deontological Ethics of Kant.

f) Write a comparative essay on doctrine of karma in Hinduism and Buddhism.

5. Write short notes on any five in about 100 words each.

a) Svadharma

b) Eudemonia

c) Ethics of Care

d) Human Right

e) Derived Norms

f) Good Will

g) Indeterminism

h) Distributive Justice