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Can you name the Ethics and Philosophy key terms?

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Reduction to absurdity
Arguments which are logical but which come to more than one possible conclusion
Necessary (Latin)
Arguments which work based on definitions and lead to only one possible conclusion
Spiritual, transcendent
Putting 'God' where we don't know the real answer yet
Assertions in an argument used to draw a conclusion
A being whose existence relies on factors
A being that just exists
The greatest happiness for the greatest number
The belief that God is 'that than which no greater can be conceived'
Arguments where a conclusion is drawn solely from the evidence
The theory popularised by Karl Marx
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The quality of being uncaused
Arguments based on logical terms and the conclusions by definition are true
The belief that all effects have causes
The belief that the universe shows evidence of design
The Golden rule
The moral code followed by all beings
The two Christian views on Environmental Ethics
True by observation
In the mind
Concrete, physical, describable
True by definition
Moral decisions are based on the circumstances
In reality

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