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Archive for the ‘Philosophy’ Category

critial thinking

Read The Case for Torture” by Michael Levin. Specify the following: Issue- Conclusion- Reasons- *Fallacies- Types of Evidence (intuition, personal experience, analogies, case examples, authorities, research studies, etc.); Identify the types of evidence used, how the author used them, and judge each piece’s quality (good, fair, poor) and why

ethics religion/nursing

Week 7 Discussion: Virtuous Person, Virtuous CitizenONE FULL PAGE PLEASE DO NOT MAKE A TITLE PAGE Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 12LessonMinimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook)IntroductionEach person owes a duty to himself or herself and to the world to study ethics and to engage in […]

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Be precise in your speech. Difficulties in communication are often caused by ambiguity, and a lack of clarity. This chapter should help us get better at defining our terms, and knowing how to decipher well reasoned argument from sloppy imprecise argument. 1. Summarize the basic problems, principles, and methods of Logic. 6. Assess the arguments […]

The meaning of life

(a) From your own present point of view, does life have a meaning? Leo Tolstoy and David Swenson present a theistic answer to that question, (b) what is the difference between their arguments? (c) Use these two articles to support your argument or reject your argument.Make sure to use the first paragraph to introduce the […]

Phl Unit 7

Read Chapters I and II, of Kant’s major foundational work in ethics, Groundwork to a Metaphysics of Morals. (You can skip ch. 3 if pressed for time.) We have devoted quite a bit to Kant now, so you should be able to analyze and evaluate this core theory: In your short essay, assess Kant’s ethical […]

Any topic (writer’s choice)

Compelling headlineSnapping introductionPossibility storytelling/ pull the reader inDefine problem and/or pose a questionOffer solutions and/or answer the questionPull in research and include evidenceConclusion or call to actionWhat to do next? Ask own questions. Pose discussion question

Ethics and Morals

Discuss the distinction between ethical egoism, the moral minimum, the moral maximum and supererogation as it relates to the following scenario: You are strolling in the park on a beautiful day and spot a child drowning in a lake. You cannot swim. What should/ could you do? Discuss in light of the debate on neighbor […]

both to explain and to evaluate Platos argument for the divisibility of the soul

Briefly introduce your topic (one or two sentences, maximum) (ii) State your thesis (viz., whether Platos argument succeeds or fails) (iii) State how the paper will proceed (e.g., First I will…, then I will…)II. Exposition: (i) Explain why Plato wants to prove that the soul divides into parts; why is his doing so crucial at […]

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Pick your favorite politician or other public figure. One that you genuinely like, or would vote for, or whose concerts you go to, etc. Now, find an occasion where your favorite politician or public figure used rhetoric to the detriment of logic to make their point. This may take a little bit of research, and […]

Midterm

we have now posted the assignment. Additionally, we have prepared a special Spotlight Lecture that provides a detailed explanation of paper expectations, as well as some general guidance about how to write an effective paper. We strongly encourage everyone to watch the lecture for clarification regarding the assignment! instructions for paper and topics in attachment

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