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PHI 105

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PHI 105 Week 1 Assignment Short Essay Pre-Socratic Philosopher PHI 105 Week 1 Open Book Philosophy Quiz PHI 105 Week 1 DQ 1 PHI 105 Week 2 Socrates Essay PHI 105 Week 2 Assignment Dialogue Between Plato and Aristotle PHI 103 Week 2 DQ 1 PHI 103 Week 2 DQ 2 PHI 105 Week..
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Resource: Writing Wizard at the Center for Writing Excellence Select a Pre-Socratic philosopher you feel had the most compelling ideas. Write a 350- to 700-word essay on the Pre-Socratic philosopher you selected. Introduce your essay with a concise thesis statement, and..
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From where does evil arise?  Who defines "evil"? ..
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Complete the Open-Book Philosophy Quiz. ..
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Imagine that you are observing Plato and Aristotle at Plato’s Academy arguing over the Theory of Forms and the Theory of Knowledge. You are a young student taking notes on the argument. Resource: Philosophy: The Power of Ideas, pp. 49–61 Write a 700- to 1400-word fictional d..
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Thought Experiment -- The Ring of Gyges I look forward to your participation!  Also, please remember to respond to FIRST MESSAGES! In Book II of Plato's famous utopia The Republic, his characters are arguing about what it means to do good and to be just. Glaucon argues that peopl..
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·         Read these two statements: "The behavior of atoms is governed entirely by physical laws." "Humans have free will." Are these two statements incompatible? Why or why not?  ·         Is the abilit..
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For this assignment, you will choose from the following options: Option 1: Socrates & the Afterlife Option 2: Socrates & Knowledge Read the instructions in the University of Phoenix Material: Assignment Options: Socrates Essay, and select one option to complete th..
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Resource: Writing Wizard at the Center for Writing Excellence Write a 350- to 700-word essay assessing Augustine’s three refutations of total skepticism. Remember to introduce your topic with a concise thesis statement and follow up with supportive arguments. Complete your essay wit..
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Is it possible to experience anything other than your own perceptions? Why, or why don't you think so? ..
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Descartes famously argued that he could not rely on his body, senses, and even his idea of reality because he did not know if he was dreaming or not. Sometimes, he wrote, he would think he was awake, only to realize that he was just having a very realistic dream. People who have lost touch with r..
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Skeptics say "Nothing can be known." Do you think there can be an objection to this claim? If so what is it? If not, why not? ..
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Four companies—Dualism, Inc., Materialism, Co., Idealism, LLC, and Alternative Views, Ltd.—are competing for the right to claim that they are “The Correct Metaphysical/Epistemological View.” Select one of these companies, and imagine that you are the company’s head of public relations. ..
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Resource: Writing Wizard at the Center for Writing Excellence Write a 700- to 1400-word letter to a representative philosopher in one of the following schools of thought, discussing why you agree or disagree with his or her position on this concept. Select one of the co..
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Resource: Writing Wizard at the Center for Writing Excellence Write a 350- to 700-word essay comparing Continental, Pragmatic, and Analytic philosophies. In your essay, include: Examples of the three schools. A definition and description of each school of thought. ..
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Thought Experiment - The Myth of Sisyphus  Looking forward to your responses! Albert Camus, an existential philosopher who lived from 1912 to 1960, wrote an essay titled "The Myth of Sisyphus," in 1941 (during World War II).  Sisyphus was a Greek who was punished by the gods..
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"Square circles are non-existent things." "No squares are circles." Which of these two propositions is simpler from the standpoint of a philosophical analysis? Why? ..
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 Is pleasure always the ultimate object of a person's desires? Why, or why not? ..
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Do all morally good actions have a single thing in common with each other? Why, or why not? Is it possible to have moral values without a belief in God? Why, or why not? Are moral value judgments merely an expression of personal preference, or are they a cultural artifact? Why do yo..
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Complete the Associate Level Material: Ethical Theory Comparison Chart. ..
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Resource: Writing Wizard at the Center for Writing Excellence Write a 700- to 1400-word essay examining five ethical decisions you made recently. Do not feel pressured to disclose deeply personal situations; you can use the types of ethical decisions that come up in everyday life. ..
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Resource: Writing Wizard at the Center for Writing Excellence Write a 350- to 700-word paper describing the following political philosophy theories: Social contract or contractarian (use at least two philosophers in your description) Classic liberalism or libertarianis..
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Which do you think is more important, individual freedom or the common good? Why?  Nozick stated, "Any state necessarily violates people's moral rights and hence is intrinsically immoral. " Do you agree with this statement? Why, or why not? ..
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Thought Experiment - Would You Kill Hitler? Looking forward to your responses! Say you somehow were able to travel back to before World War II and the rise of Hitler.  You are living in Austria and working in an art supply store, hired to mix oil paints.  Oil paints, at ..
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Marcuse said, "A revolution will come, born of disgust at the waste and excess of the so-called consumer society." Do you agree with this statement? Why, or why not?  ..
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Resource: Writing Wizard at the Center for Writing Excellence Write a 350- to 700-word topic proposal introducing the topic for your final project, which will be due in Week Nine. Your final project will be a slide presentation with speaker notes. Choose a salient issue of ..
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For this assignment, you will write an outline before you write your paper. Use the outline as an organizational tool to help you arrange your thoughts logically. Construct your outline after you have selected your topic and done your initial research. Resource: Writing Wizard at the Cen..
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Are power and riches chains or are they the keys to freedom and happiness? Why do you think so? ..
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Mencius stated that difficulty and suffering are opportunities to develop independence and peace of mind. Do you agree or disagree? Why?  ..
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Resource: Writing Wizard at the Center for Writing Excellence Choose a person from your own life to address in a letter. Write that person a 700- to 1400-word persuasive letter explaining how theology and philosophy are different. Use arguments from at least one Christian s..
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Is it better to doubt everything that is less than certain, or to believe in possible falsehoods? Why? ..
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As the book notes, a popular bumper sticker reads:  "God is coming, and she is furious."  Christian, Jewish, and Muslim traditions personify God as a male.  Would those religions be fundamentally different if they personified God as a female? Why, or why not? Have you encou..
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Thought Experiment - What is race? Thoughts? Read the following story Malcolm X told in his famous "The Ballot or the Bullet" speech:   A friend of mine who is very dark put a turban on his head and went into a restaurant in Atlanta before they called themselves desegregated...
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Do you think it is possible for different groups to have truly empathetic understanding of each other? Why or why not? ..
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Submit your final journal, compiling your entries from Weeks One through Nine. Submit the journal as a single document, but have each entry begin on a new page with the date labeled at the top. Check for correct spelling and grammar in your journal. Because the journal entries ..
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Create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation based on the topic proposed in Week Six. Include the following in your presentation: Description of the issue of controversy. Discussion of how a feminist or postcolonialist (or both) would describe..
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