1. A decision by the commanding officer (CO) to follow rules and procedures in this situation would be what kind of ethics?
2. A decision to get the injured seaman flown to the aircraft carrier for the good of all is an example of what kind of ethics?
3. If the CO's conscience was bothering him while making a decision, reading up on what ethicist would have made him aware of his thinking and deciding?
4. An excessive fear of not upsetting the carrier air group commander is indicative of which of the following?
5. If the CO follows a principle that relates to the first formulation of the categorical imperative, what is the proper term of Kant's that should be used?
6. A voice in one's head telling one what the right thing to do is
7. To ask, "What is the best possible outcome for my whole ship" is to apply what kind of ethics?
8. If the CO were to put concern for his personal reputation ahead of the needs of the injured sailor, what style of ethics would be operating?
9. For the CO to think about the greater happiness of the whole crew in this emergency situation involves the CO in what kind of ethics?
10. If the CO were to take a care-based approach to this emergency situation, what would he do?