Name_____________________________________________________ Date: ______<br />General Directions:<br />Read and understand each statement carefully. <br /><ul><li>Type your answers in a seperate Word document. Follow this format in saving it: SURNAME, FIRST NAME.
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Deadline of Submission: July 16, 2011, Saturday at 12 noon.
The Key to Correction will be posted on our FB group page on Saturday (JULY 16, 2011) at 3pm. So please add me and your classmates on FB. Here’s mine: firstname.lastname@example.org. I will be the one to check your worksheets. </li></ul>I. True or False.<br /><ul><li>In philosophy, ethics defines what is good for the individual and for the society and establishes the nature of duties that people owe themselves and one another. TRUE
Value refers to the desire, happiness, interest, moral responsibilty and main purpose of an individual. TRUE
Sociologists regard values as the minor standard on the social relation of man to the society. FALSE
Hall claims that values can be considered as the ultimate realization of one’s desire. FALSE
Brightman views values as the most important priorities of an individual. FALSE
Absolute values are generally shared by each individual. TRUE
The characteristics of absolute moral values are eternal, objective and universal. TRUE
The characteristics of behavioral/ cultural values are situational, subjective and social. TRUE
Dr. Sidney Simon provided a clear distinction between philosophy and idea. FALSE
Idea serves as an essential tool for the realiation of action in human affairs.
Philosophy acts as an instrument of man to deliver needed social reforms. TRUE
Values Clarification Theory is vital to fulfill the end goal of man, that is to become human. TRUE
The final and the most important process of values clarification is acting on values. TRUE
Hartmann enumerates three antitheses of values (also known as kinds of conflicts of values). TRUE
One of the properties of values is its bipolarity, that is, every positive idea of values has its negative counterpart (and vice versa). TRUE
Absolute necessity provides no restrictions. TRUE
Freedom works with responsibilties, laws, and restrictions that are based on the protection of the consolidated rights and interests. TRUE
The sources of values are family, media, peer group, technology and Catholic church. TRUE
Spiritual Values include justice, truth, peace and freedom. TRUE
The four values skills are system skills, interpersonal skills, instrumental skills and imaginal skills. TRUE</li></ul>II. Answer the following:<br /><ul><li>What are the sources of values? Give one example for each.
family, media, peer group, technology and Catholic church
Modal conflict of values</li></ul>III. Explain each quote. Give a specific example for each. Limit your sentences to five.<br />Aristotle: For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.<br />Disney: It's not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are.<br />