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    Emma Grace Philosophy 1000 5 July 2012 The Four Virtues of the Republic In the Republic, Plato sets up a framework to help us establish what the four virtues are, and their relationship between them to both the city and the soul. According to Plato, the four virtues are wisdom, courage, moderation, and justice. There are three classes within the city: guardians, auxiliaries, and artisans; and three parts within the soul include intellect, high-spirited, and appetitive. By understanding the

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    Abortion When I was growing up, my mother told me the truth that many years ago she wouldn’t give birth to me if she had made her decision. My family back then was not very poor, but my parents already had my older brother and sister. In the late of 1980s, the government in my country advised that every family should only have two children. Parents who had the third child would be fined with higher taxes. Therefore, my father suggested that she should have an abortion because my family couldn’t

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    Phil 201 Response Paper Mccloskey Article

    Response Paper Mccloskey Article Clark Hernanser PHIL 201 February 24, 2013 Ramon Graces Response Paper Mccloskey Article In his article, On Being an Atheist, H.J. McCloskey tried to show that atheism is a more reasonable and comfortable belief than that of Christianity.   McCloskey argued against the three theistic proofs, which are the cosmological argument, the teleological argument and the argument from design.   He pointed out

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    Phil. Retorika

    Performing Arts Performing arts / isinasagawang sining o ginagampanang sining ay ang mga uri o anyo ng sining na naiiba mula sa mga plastik na sining dahil sa ang isinasagawang sining ay gumagamit ng sariling katawan, mukha, at ang pagharap ng artista bilang isang midyum, samantalang ang plastik na sining ay gumagamit ng mga materyal na katulad ng putik, metal, o pintura na maaaring hubugin o baguhin upang makalikha ng isang pisikal o may katawang akda ng sining o masining na

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    On the evening of that first day of the week, when the disciples were together, with the doors locked for fear of the Jewish leaders, Jesus came and stood among them and said, "Peace be with you!" After he said this, he showed them his hands and side. The disciples were overjoyed when they saw the Lord. Again Jesus said, "Peace be with you! As the Father has sent me, I am sending you." And with that he breathed on them and said, "Receive the Holy Spirit." (John 20:19-21) "One In The Spirit Cyber

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    Business Ethics Phil 320

    Topics for Consideration Paper I Phil 320 1) Business or corporate leaders charged with unethical practices may (and often do) rightly point out that everything they did was perfectly legal. They broke no laws. Does that mean that their actions are necessarily ethical? What is the difference between a law and an ethical decision? 2) To what extent is the ‘free’ market at all compatible with moral considerations? (This, like almost all meaningful questions, is not going to be an either/or

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    Phil Study Guide

    Phil 4 Midterm Study Guide Introduction: - Ontology is the study of being, kinds of things that exists, the different kinds of being. What is ultimately real? - Material: spatial/public/mechanical - Immaterial: nonspatial/private/teleological - Materialism: Matter is truly real and immaterial things are not - Idealism: Ideas are ultimately real - Dualism: Reality is both material and immaterial - Monism: There’s one single reality Lau Tzu (Laozi): - Taos analogy to water: water

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    Analysis of in the Air Tonight by Phil Collins

    Analysis of In the Air Tonight by Phil Collins "In The Air Tonight" is a strophic composition produced by Phil Collins. The aria consists of an electronic drum set an electric guitar and a prophet to add an additional fullness to the song. The exposition of the monody is at an adagio tempo. The electronic drum kit repeats a drum pattern with 12 drum hits in each loop, while accenting on every third beat {eg.1-2-1-2-1-2-1-22-1-2 | 11-2-1-2-1-2-1-22-1-2}. In the middle of the first loop the

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    Phil 1010

    24 April 2010 Philosophy 1010 Assignment 3 Descartes theory of doubt rest on the Latin phrase Cogito Ergo Sum. Translated into English the phrase means “I think, therefore I am”. This theory hinges on what is real and what is false; and mimics the branch of philosophy called Metaphysics. Metaphysics questions the reality of environment as does the method of doubt. Descartes skepticism (method of doubt) is termed methodological, because it presents a process which is used to deduce information

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    Response Paper Phil 201

    A Response to the Article: "On Being An Atheist" by H. J. McCloskey Joshua Cottrell PHIL 201-D32 Professor Pensgard August 12, 2013 The belief in a Creator and a literal God has been a subject of many arguments down through the centuries. Despite a written record and a large contingency of believers, there has arose a strong group of people who believe there is no God and that man just happens to exist and that there is nothing beyond this life. In 1968 H.J. McCloskey published an

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    Phil Law

    TITLE I GENERAL PROVISIONS Definitions and Classifications Section 1. Title of the Code. - This Code shall be known as "The Corporation Code of the Philippines". Sec. 2. Corporation defined. - A corporation is an artificial being created by operation of law, having the right of succession and the powers, attributes and properties expressly authorized by law or incident to its existence. Sec. 3. Classes of corporations. - Corporations formed or organized under this Code may be stock or non-stock

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    A principle is commonly some existing factor that is a point of an argument. Philosophy has to do with reason this leads on to prove. A principle is simply a starting point to begin reasoning. Metaphysics is the question of the being. This is founded that there is an experience, for example the fact that there is some illusion to the proposition. Although the problem is that the being does not state the source of the being. The being remains somewhat in a sort of open space and this does not

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    Stacy Mottola PHIL 201-D05 25NOV2013 Essay 1 Many question whether or not what we are seeing and are experiencing is real or just part of our imagination. This question is one that has been proposed for hundreds of years by philosophers like Descartes and Plato. How is it possible that a Greek philosopher, a philosopher from the seventeenth century and the movie The Matrix can be so similar? It is the intent of this paper to compare and contrast these questions in relation to the movie The

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    Phil Poverty

    I. Introduction Youth who grow up in disadvantaged neighborhoods fare substantially worse than those who grow up with more affluent neighbors on a wide variety of health and socioeconomic outcomes. A fundamental question in the design of appropriate education, health, and social policies for low income families and communities is the extent to which these correlations reflect the causal impacts of neighborhoods as opposed to family and individual attributes that are not directly affected

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    Phil 201

    COURSE SCHEDULE PHIL 201 Textbooks: Dew & Foreman, How Do You Know? A Short Introduction to the Issues of Knowledge (unpubl.) Evans, Philosophy of Religion: Thinking About Faith (2009). Foreman, Prelude to Philosophy: Critically Thinking about Foundational Beliefs Hasker, Metaphysics: Constructing a World View (1983). Holmes, Ethics: Approaching Moral Decisions (2008). Wood, Epistemology: Becoming Intellectually Virtuous (1998). WEEK/ MODULE READING & STUDY ASSIGNMENTS POINTS

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    Phil Presidents

    PHILIPPINE PRESIDENTS General Emilio F. Aguinaldo (March 22, 1869 - February 6, 1964). He was 29 years old when he became Chief of State, first as head of the dictatorship he thought should be established upon his return to Cavite in May 1898 from voluntary exile in Hongkong, and then a month later as President of the Revolutionary Government that Apolinario Mabini had persuaded him should instead be instituted.  Aguinaldo’s presidential term formally began in 1898 and ended on April 1, 1901, when

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    Module 11 Questions 1. Explain the humorous but meaningful and important phrase of Mill: “It is better to be a human being dissatisfied than a pig satisfied; better to be Socrates dissatisfied than a fool satisfied”. * Mill responded by describing a different theory of happiness. Human beings have abilities more elevated than the animal appetites. You cannot measure pleasures on quantity alone, but must include quality. Since Mill has come down on the side of Socrates instead of the fool, he

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    Phil Literature

    PHILIPPINE LITERATURE Philippine literature is the body of works, both oral and written, that Filipinos, whether native, naturalized, or foreign born, have created about the experience of people living in or relating to Philippine society. It is composed or written in any of the Philippine languages, in Spanish and in English, and in Chinese as well. Philippine literature may be produced in the capital city of Manila and in the different urban centers and rural outposts, even in foreign lands where

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    Phil Fisher

    Philip Fisher Philip Fisher was born in 1906 and died at the age of 96 in 2004. Fisher’s career in business first began in 1928 when he took a job as a securities analyst with a bank in San Francisco. He then switched to a stock exchange firm before opening up his own money management business in 1931 “Fisher & Company”. Mr. Fisher was a very private man, possessed no airs about himself, gave few interviews, and was not well-known to the public until his first book publication in 1958 (Greatest)

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    Eleven Rings of Success: Phil Jackson

    Phil Jackson Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success By Joseph Osorio 11/29/14 Summary of Life Philip Douglas Jackson more commonly known as Phil Jackson has been considered to be one of the best coaches in NBA history. His approach and technique in coaching teams has not only caught the attention of NBA viewers but also of many leaders. As the head coach of the Chicago Bulls and the Los Angeles Lakers, Phil Jackson has won a total of 11 NBA world championships, surpassing the previous record of nine

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    Zhiwei Qi Phil105-942 Prof. Daniel Touey 2015-2-15 Week 6 In the article "On the Nonexistent", Gorgias introduces three concepts:1. Nothing exists;2.Even if something exists, nothing can know what it is; 3.Even if something can be known about it, it cannot explain or communicate to other men. These three concepts are the main points of the article. There concepts seem to be logical, practical and even inevitable. However, I have different opinion with Gorgias.

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    Is Friedman right to refer to shareholders as owners and employers?  Isn’t it odd to refer to corporate expenditures as “taxing and spending?” What do you think of Friedman's "democracy argument" against corporate social responsibility? Instrumental managing for stakeholders means treating them, as the word implies, as “instruments” or “tools” to accomplish the genuine task of corporations: shareholder profits.  As tools, managers need to take care of them for them to work well, as a carpenter

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    Phil 1301

    An action is involuntary when it is performed under compulsion and causes pain to the person acting. There are borderline cases, as when someone is compelled to do something dishonorable under threat, but we should generally consider such cases voluntary, since the person is still in control of his or her actions. Something done in ignorance may be called involuntary if the person later recognizes that ignorance, but it is non-voluntary if the person does not recognize or suffer for such ignorance

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    PHIL 1F90: Spring 2011. Second Essay Question ONE (to be answered as a straight-forward philosophical essay): Silenus, the satyr, is, or perhaps pretends to be, a determinist. After all, everything about the satyr, both his nature and nurture, come directly from his creator, Hench. And certainly, at the beginning of the story, Hench accepts full responsibility for the satyr’s actions. But he eventually changes his mind. How can the satyr, all of a sudden, become morally responsible

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    Phil Cons

    KONSTITUSYON ng REPUBLIKA NG P1LIP1NAS PANIMULA Kami, ang nakapangyayaring sambayanang Pilipino, na humihingi ng tulong sa Makapangyarihang Diyos, upang bumuo ng isang makatarungan at makataong lipunan at magtatag ng isang Pamahalaan na kakatawan sa aming mga mithiin at mga lunggatiin, magtataguyod ng kabutihan ng bawat isa, mangangalaga at magpapaunlad ng aming kamanahan, at titiyak para sa aming sarili at angkanang susunod ng mga biyaya ng kalayaan at demokrasya sa ilalim ng pananaig ng batas

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    Phil 201

    Reflection Paper 2 [Introduction: Prayer and Hope in the modern world.] Christians strive and struggle to remain strong in their faith while navigating today’s secular world. Faced with a constant bombardment of negative messages, portrayals, and media by popular culture Christians have to deal with outside influences as well as their own personal struggles. Prayer and Hope are two of the most powerful tools God has given Christians to renew their faith and receive Gods blessings. Prayer is

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    What Should Phil Do

    Question # 1 - Did Phil commit plagiarism? If so, what did he do wrong, and how could he have prevented this problem? Yes, Phil did commit plagiarism. According to the Academic Dishonesty and Plagiarism Policy, students are obligated to summarize, paraphrase, and use quotations to indicate that the content being used originated from another source. Phil failed to follow these guidelines when compiling his paper. Instead, he copied exact text without putting quotation marks around the material which

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    Tiffany Tyree Phil 201 Individual Project 2 Thursday, April 16, 2015 Metaphysics Study of Existence What's out there? Epistemology Study of Knowledge How do I know about it? Ethics Study of Action What should I do? Politics Study of Force What actions are permissible? Esthetics Study of Art What can life be like? Metaphysics: ◦What is real? What is real in life is what you make your life out to be yourself. Real is hugging your children and having the person that you love telling

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    Midterm Study Guide Midterm: March 6th • • • Make sure to bring a pen to class. The midterm will have 15 multiple-choice questions, and 2 short-answer questions. Make sure to read the whole question before answering. The short-answer questions have multiple parts. Make sure to fully answer every part of the question. The Midterm covers all the material discussed in class so far. What you need to know: Logic • • • You should know what the following are: proposition, argument

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    What is Externalism? Let’s take a simple example. Let’s assume you believe that gold is a metal. If you do, then that means you have the concept gold. But what is your concept based on? This is where externalism and internal/ism disagree. According to externalism, you are having the concept depends essentially on you having been related in the right kind of way to gold itself (you have probably read about it, people have talked to you about it, you may have seen things made from it, and so on). And

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    Phil. Literature

    Ibn Baṭṭūṭah the greatest medieval Arab traveller and the author of one of the most famous travel books, the Riḥlah (Travels), which describes his extensive travels covering some 75,000 miles (more than 120,000 km) in trips to almost all the Muslim countries and as far as China and Sumatra. Henry James (American writer): Career—first phase ...of the novel Roderick Hudson, the story of an American sculptor’s struggle by the banks of the Tiber between his art and his passions; Transatlantic Sketches

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    Phil 201 Essay

    Phil 201 6/14/15 Comparisons of The Allegory, Descartes and The Matrix While in the reality of his world, the main character of The Matrix, Neo finds himself doubting what really is and really isn’t. The writers of The Matrix did an excellent job of drawing similarities to that of Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave” and Descartes’s Philosophical ideas. There are many similarities between the Allegory as well as to the Philosophical differences to The Matrix. The first major similarity that I noticed

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    Phil Literature

    Open main menu Last edited 2 days ago by Andreasmperu Literary genre EditWatch this page A literary genre is a category of literary composition. Genres may be determined by literary technique, tone, content, or even (as in the case of fiction) length. The distinctions between genres and categories are flexible and loosely defined, often with subgroups. The most general genres in literature are (in loose chronological order) epic, tragedy,[1] comedy, and creative nonfiction.[citation needed]

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    Phil 201

    PHIL 201Response Paper Response to “On Being An Atheist” by H.J. McCloskey H.J. McCloskey attempted to contradict the arguments proving Gods existence used by theists in the article “On Being an Atheist”. Although there is no sufficient proof in the cosmological argument of their being a perfect creator, it does however provide evidence of a singular being. The evidence of an almighty creator is provided by the simple element of complex design. However, though this almighty creator allows the

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    Re Phil

    Aquinas All things have an order or arrangement, and work for an end. (Again, note that the argument proceeds from empirical evidence of adaptation of ends to means of such natural processes as sensory organs, the food chain, the nitrogen cycle, the Krebs cycle, and so forth; hence, Thomas' argument is à posteriori or inductive.) The order of the universe cannot be explained by chance, but only by design and purpose. Design and purpose is a product of intelligence. Therefore nature is directed

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    Advice for Holden from Dr. Phil

    voices strong harsh opinions about others. As the story goes on, many more reasons about his troubled-ness should unfold. His symptoms cannot be filed away in a readily disorder or given advice from Dr. Phil. It may be helpful for Holden to know of his conditions, and also advice from Dr. Phil which he might be able to use to help relive somewhat of his troubles. First of his we could address is where he judges everybody and everything. Holden judges them in many categories but frequently judging

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    Phil 235

    Lucas Velenosi Article Synopsis There seems to be an underlying meaning in what modern knowledge entails. Behind a single word, there is an infinite amount of links which represent what knowledge means to each and every one of us; at least according to Brain Martin of 1998’s Freedom Press. Despite Martin’s constant emphasis on the same few factors [money, power] which bring knowledge and people together, he also suggests alternative ways in which people can turn the tides on making knowledge

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    Devry Phil 447 Final Exam

    Devry Phil 447 Final Exam IF You Want To Purchase A+ Work then Click The Link Below For Instant Down Load http://www.hwspeed.com/Devry-Phil-447-Final-Exam-0404044480.htm?categoryId=-1 IF You Face Any Problem Then E Mail Us At JOHNMATE1122@GMAIL.COM Question Page 1 Question 1.1. (TCO 1) "Thinking about thinking" is the definition of what? (Points : 4) Development of arguments Measure of good sense Development of critical skills Writing for clarity Critical thinking Question 2

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    Tianna Dockett PHIL 101 Final Exam 1. Retributive justice is a legal principal that dictates that punishment for a crime is acceptable as long as it is a proportionate response to the crime committed. In this type of justice system, a crime is typically seen as being done against the state or government, rather than against an individual or community. The standard of fairness is likewise found in the thought of reasonable play. On the off chance that individuals accept that a reasonable procedure

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    A hairy ingrown toenail with growing fungus, this sounds absolutely disgusting right? I doubt anyone wants to watch or see anything to do with an ingrown toenail with fungus because it is gross, disgusting and scary to look at. So why do people enjoy horror movies so much? It is the same kind of concept, something scares and disgusts us, but when it comes to horror films, shows, and etc. we find it to be pleasurable at the same time. Noël Carroll believes that the thing that attracts us to unpleasant

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    Phil 447 All Weeks Quizzes

    PHIL 447 All weeks Quizzes Click Link Below To Buy: http://hwaid.com/shop/phil-447-weeks-quizzes/ WEEK 1: 2016 Points 100/100 Multiple Choice 5 1 Grade Details - All Questions Question 1. Question : (TCOs 2 and 3) In Chapter 1, we learned how to recognize the main issue in a passage. Consider the following example: “The point is that you have to believe what we experience through our senses because our senses are the only tools we have for interacting with the world.”

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    Phil 447n Final Exam Mcqs

    PHIL 447N Final Exam MCQs Click Link Below To Buy: http://hwaid.com/shop/phil-447n-final-exam-mcqs/ Question 1.1. (TCO 1) "Thinking about thinking" is the definition of what? (Points : 4) Development of arguments Measure of good sense Development of critical skills Writing for clarity Critical thinking Question 2.2. (TCO 1, 2, 4) In Chapter 1, we learned the definition of the term issue. The principle concern when handling an issue is whether

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    In the Wrongness and Criminalization reading by Victor Tadros, Tadros seeks to make claims and explain the importance of the relationship of moral wrongness and the appropriate content of the criminal law. He explains how harm is central to the justification of criminalization as conduct may be wrong in virtue of it being harmful and the characteristic of the conduct provides reason to criminalize it but that view does leave open places of exception. Tadros uses the example that it may be wrong to

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    Phil 111 - Affirmative Action

    Looking at Affirmative Action Timothy Eby Southern New Hampshire University Introduction to Critical Thinking PHIL - 111 Dr. Jean Suplizio October 11, 2015 Looking at Affirmative Action THESIS: Explore segments of the inherent disadvantages associated with affirmative action, as experience by non-minority college applicants. Present a relevant objection(s) and a response to the objection. DEFINITIONS: Affirmative action is defined as: “… programs required by federal statutes and

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    Islamic Phil

    Muna Mohamed David G. Phil 1125 April 6, 2016 Any verbal denial of any principle of Muslim belief is considered apostasy. If one denies the unity of God or declares to a belief in reincarnation, then that person is guilty of apostasy. Apostasy means, to abandon the religion or a religious principle after accepting it. Moreover, Al-Ghazali was known as one the most influential thinkers in the history of Islam and his aim was to bring humanity closer to God. He was viewed as a faithful Asharite

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    Phil 2001 Hw1

    PHIL 2001: Homework 1 1. Explain the Hobbesian state of nature and why life is solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short"? Provide a short (1-2 paragraph) critique of this view. The Hobbesian state of nature is how Hobbes believe mankind would operate without any form of government. This state of nature is incredibly tumultuous, dangerous, and volatile. In Hobbes opinion, humans are naturally prone to conflict. Hobbes also believes that humans are all created equal both intellectually and physically

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    “The unexamined life is not worth living” is a phrase that I have heard before but never gave it much thought until this assignment. In order to really understand it, I had to take a step back and really look at each part of the statement. Ultimately what I understand from this is that a life in which you don’t “stop to smell the roses” as they say is not worth going through. Life is about questioning things and learning new things as you go along. Life is not meant to be coasted through on the way

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    Phil 347 Week 1

    Case Study: Week 1 Franca Thomas PHIL 347: Critical Reasoning Professor Bret Fuller Chamberlain School of Nursing Case Study: Week 1 Identify the main point and the supporting points of each argument: 1. Throughout history, people have disagreed about moral issues.  This isn’t true about science, because science is objective, and people can come to objective agreements.  If morality is not like science, and science is objective, morality must be subjective.  Morality, then, is just

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    Revised Phil Paper

    Michael Hafner Dr. Samantha Langsdale PHIL 1800 December 2nd, 2015 The Delusion Dilemma Rene Descartes once proposed a tedious accusation about dreaming, and how our senses that we use to perceive what is considered reality should not be trusted fully. In the Meditations on First Philosophy, Descartes attempts to convey the fascinating illusion of always being in a dream without a certain ability to distinguish what is actually reality or what is a dream, or at bare minimum prove that there

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    Symbolism of Movies Parallels of Star Trek and World Religions Live long and prosper The new star trek is a long journey mainly on the focus of James Kirk and Spok. In the beginning they start out as opposites and in the end they end up as friends. Typical happy ending I know, but the interesting part is that I hope to show the links between Star Trek and World Religions, which I think are both good subjects to explore and correlate. Buddhism, compassion, the middle way, logic instead of

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