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  • Answered Strayer Phil210 week 2 Assignment 1.1:- Conflicting Viewpoin...

    Strayer Phil210 week 2 Assignment 1.1:- Conflicting Viewpoints Essay When looking for information about a particular issue, how often do you try to resist biases toward your own point of view? This assignment asks you to engage in this aspect of critical thinking by playing the "Believing Game." Th...

  • Answered Jamie is a county board member. Over the last few

    Jamie is a county board member. Over the last few years the homeless population has increased across the county. There were not enough beds at the local homeless shelters to begin with and now there are even more people in need of these beds. As a result of these factors, small tent communities have...

  • Answered THINKING.

    Explain thinking, feeling and wanting and describe how the three aspects interact with one another.

  • Answered PHP103

    Question 1. 1. Select the proper symbolization of the following statement, where A is “life is beautiful” and B is “life is painful.”

  • Answered The value of Philosophy

    What is the value of philosophy in life?

  • Answered abortion

    Matters concerning abortion

  • Answered PHI 208 Final Exam / PHI 208 Final Exam (UPDATED)

    Question 1. 1.  According to Caroline Heldman, which of the following is a question that applies to her sexual object test? (Points : 1) Does the image show people having sex? Does the image show a person as something that can be bought or sold? Does the image display a full image of a woman? Does...

  • Answered The brain, nervous system, and sensory systems work together...

    psychology The brain, nervous system, and sensory systems work together to shape behavior. Cognitive functions also shape behavior. In this assignment, you will explore the interrelations of brain, nervous system, sensory systems, and cognitive functions in the shaping of human behavior. General...

  • Answered Short paper on Kant

    Kant famously and controversially argued that some knowledge is synthetic a priori, Can you explain in your own words what kant might have meant by this, and can you give an exam;el of the sort of knowledge that kant believed possessed this strange status?

  • Answered Based on the content of the course (Readings, Presentations,...

    Based on the content of the course (Readings, Presentations, Discussion Board Forum 1, and Assignments) choose 1 of the following worldviews (Secular Humanism, Buddhism, Hinduism, or Islam) and answer the following questions (250–500 words). These questions must be answered in separate paragraphs....

  • Answered Moral relativism states that basic ethical beliefs of differ...

    Moral relativism states that basic ethical beliefs of different people and societies are different and possibly conflict. Moral universalism claims that some moral standards are universally valid independently of individuals and culture. Between moral relativism and moral universalism, which paradig...

  • Waiting for answer Discuss the extremely challenging excerpt on pp.

    Discuss the extremely challenging excerpt on pp. 198-202 Kant's philosophical masterpiece, the critique of Pure Reason.

  • Answered Living religions

    Question 1 Describe the purpose of ecumenical services and interfaith initiatives. What importance, if any, does dialogue between the various faith traditions have? 150 words Question 2 Syncretism is defined in text book Fisher, M. P.  2013 (9th ed.). Living religions as a combination of normally di...

  • Answered PHL 320 FINAL EXAM

    1. Who among the following individuals is most likely to exhibit event creativity?​ ​An individual who establishes win-win relationships with other people ​An individual who settles a disagreement quickly in an ingenious way ​An individual who modifies the strategies of a group in a creative mann...

  • Answered PHI 208 Week 2 Quiz: 2 sets

    Set 1 Question 1.     When faced with the complaint that utilitarianism is a doctrine worthy of pigs, Mill responds that pleasures differ in: purity quality   species weight. Question 2.     What does Peter Singer say about the history of liberation movements? They tend to become narrower...

  • Waiting for answer Short Paper on Aristotle

    Short Paper on Aristotle Aristotle maintains that the highest good is 'happiness' ('eudaimonia' in Greek). Please write an essay about Aristotle's concept of eduaimonia that answers the following questions: What, in your own words, does Aristotle mean by 'eudaiomonia'? For Aristotle, does the high...

  • Answered philosophy

    1. Immanuel Kant revised Bentham’s ideas by arguing for the importance of differences in the type, kind, or quality of pleasures and pains that follow from actions. A. True B. False 2. The most basic concept of Kant’s ethics is truth. A. True B. False 3. Kant calls his basic moral rule the categoric...

  • Answered philosophy

      1. Logic is the study of reason and arguments. A. True B. False 2. Philosophy studies life’s most basic questions. A. True B. False 3. Philosophical questions are primarily subjective in nature. A. True B. False 4. The value of studying philosophy is that it develops your analytical abilities and...

  • Answered Weighing Character and Virtues-Class Ethics Around the Globe

    Living rightly and being a virtuous person are important features in both Buddhist ethics and Aristotle's ethics. These two ethical perspectives also differ on key points. For this assignment, consider and respond to the following questions: What are two differences between how virtues are describ...

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