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Please answer the following questions: 1- Fully explain what Peter Singer means

Please answer the following questions: 1- Fully explain what Peter Singer means when he claims that wealthy countries and their citizens, should give to famine relief until the point to where they reach the state of “living at the level of marginal utility.” Please explain your answer, in your own words.  (50 points) 2- Do you believe that, “living at the level of marginal utility,” would affect our economy in a negative way? Fully explain the reasoning for your view.…

Chapter 3 of our text discusses the branch of philosophy called epistemology, “t

Chapter 3 of our text discusses the branch of philosophy called epistemology, “the study of human knowledge—how we get it, what it is, whether we have it, or why we don’t” (191). But another significant question is: are we morally responsible for our relationship to knowledge, or more specifically, truth? Many of the current problems in our society are directly related to the belief in and spread of false information, and while philosophical questions might often seem abstract and removed…

Short Summaries in the form of a discussion for chapter 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, and

Short Summaries in the form of a discussion for chapter 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, and 14. Make sure they are half a page for each chapter (at least 100 words each) so four pages in total. Thank you A summary for at least 100 words about each chapter.  Generally speaking, a post consists of one or more of the following: a summary of the reading, a response to the reading (a question about it, an objection to it,…

Argument reconstruction assignment. In one to two paragraphs (no more than a pag

Argument reconstruction assignment. In one to two paragraphs (no more than a page total), please address one of the following two prompts. The focus of this assignment is to explain an argument in your own words. 1. What is the main argument that Frege advances in this passage? In particular what is his conclusion, and the main reasons he gives for it, in your own words?  Please be sure to say, in your own words, what Frege means by “thought”…

Read ch. 9, What Do We Owe One Another: Dilemmas of Loyalty and Watch Sandel’s E

Read ch. 9, What Do We Owe One Another: Dilemmas of Loyalty and Watch Sandel’s Episode 11. Answer ONE of the following in your short essay. What are the duties of loyalty, or to be loyal?  Can these duties conflict with other duties? With themselves? If so, when they conflict, what should a person do? Do you see any weaknesses to an ethical theory that considers loyalty to be a virtue? Explain. Would you consider other virtues to be more…

Four options are available: PICK ONE ONLY Compare and contrast Stoicism with ano

Four options are available: PICK ONE ONLY Compare and contrast Stoicism with another competing philosophy such as Buddhism or Epicureanism. Compare and contrast one Stoic philosopher covered in this class with another seminal philosopher such as Socrates. Examine the influence of Stoicism on at least one contemporary thinker in either psychology or philosophy. Examine the roots of Stoicism in Plato and/or Aristotle There are many ways to construct this paper. Your goal is to do so in a way that…

Read the pdf reading as well as the zip(textbook) reading (authenticity 7 starts

Read the pdf reading as well as the zip(textbook) reading (authenticity 7 starts from photo 75). Then answer the questions below On Being Authentic reading 1. In "The Culture of Authenticity " section, how is authenticity is first defined/explained? 2. In "The Culture of Authenticity " section, what kind of social programs have taken up ideas central to the authenticity movement? Can you think of famous authors of books that fit this framework? 3. In "The Culture of Authenticity "…

Stockholm syndrome is the name used for the bond that sometimes exists between a

Stockholm syndrome is the name used for the bond that sometimes exists between a captive and captor—in today's terms, often between a terrorist and a hostage. Years ago, newspaper heiress Patty Hearst was captured by terrorists. Read up on Patty Hearst to read more about the situation. Read up a bit on Stockholm syndrome and give me your honest opinion. When cases like Patty Hearst's happen, do captives, like Hearst, do what they do of their own free will? Are…

Read the chapter on Voluntary Action from the Nichomachean Ethics. (INCLUDED IN

Read the chapter on Voluntary Action from the Nichomachean Ethics. (INCLUDED IN THE ATTATCHED DOCUMENT Case Assignment There are two steps to this assignment: Explain what Aristotle means in this text. Why is it important to distinguish between actions that are voluntary and involuntary? Put this in a concrete context. Have you ever been concerned with an action that was less than fully voluntary? Have you ever seen a case where one was wrongly accused for something that was less…

There are other topics to choose from : 1.    The Political and Spiritual Dimen

There are other topics to choose from : 1.    The Political and Spiritual Dimensions of History: How Does Hegel Bring Them Together? 2.  Freedom, Mental Transformation and Moral Perfection in Hegel’s Conception of History. The work is to be based on the Book "The Philosophy of History" by  G.W.F. Hegel Proper references to the Book (with indication of the pages quoted) are essential. PLAGIARISM is totally unacceptable. Essay length to be between 1200-1500 words