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Final Exam!..  The following five questions comprise your Final Exam.  The answe

Final Exam!..  The following five questions comprise your Final Exam.  The answers will be derived from your textbook as well as your own critical thinking.  Please do not hesitate to answer them and turn them in.  1.  What is the relationship between Philosophy and Rationality?   2. Does the inability to answer a philosophical question mean a question is unanswerable? Why or Why not?  3. How would you explain the difference between HONESTY and TRUTH?  4. Is there any proof…

From John Rawls’ A Theory of Justice: “My aim is to present a conception of just

From John Rawls’ A Theory of Justice: “My aim is to present a conception of justice which generalizes and carries to a higher level of abstraction the familiar theory of the social contract as found, say, in Locke, Rousseau, and Kant. In order to do this we are not to think of the original contract as one to enter a particular society or to set up a particular form of government. Rather, the guiding idea is that the principles of…

The Task has two parts. In 500 words or more (no less),   1) REVIEW and SUMMARIZ

The Task has two parts. In 500 words or more (no less),   1) REVIEW and SUMMARIZE videos and online resources from the Lesson and  the Task (above).  CITE AND REFERENCE the works you use.   2)  Now that you have some understanding of Deontological thinking, give examples  of how this kind of ethical decision is part of your daily life and  work. You will need to include in-text citations in your essay (last  name, date, pg#) along with an APA…

Choose A or B – NOT BOTH Topics for your Essay, Choose A or B Essay Length tips-

Choose A or B - NOT BOTH Topics for your Essay, Choose A or B Essay Length tips--To answer these topics completely, it takes about 2 pages—8-10 paragraphs. Use the topic questions and the scoring rubric to see if your draft responds fully to all parts of the question. A complete thoughtful answer is more important than word count. Topic A: Describe the objectivist view of art (relying on Martin Gardner's position but integrating others as appropriate). Contrast this with…

Read the assigned reading from the chapter. Then choose ONE of the questions bel

Read the assigned reading from the chapter. Then choose ONE of the questions below to answer. Answer the question you chose in a response that is a minimum of 1-2 paragraphs. Be sure to explain your answers and give reasons for your views. You should cite the textbook and use brief quotations and summaries from the textbook in your response. Do NOT use any other sources besides the textbook.  Explain Rawls' "original position" and "veil of ignorance." What principles of justice…

Peer Response: Read and respond to at least 1 other classmate (min. 125 words). 

Peer Response: Read and respond to at least 1 other classmate (min. 125 words).  Note: The peer response must contain relevant content as well. Avoid repeating (even in different words) what you wrote about in your main discussion, as part of the response to the classmate. Whether you agree or disagree with your peer's discussion, add new content, new information to your peer's discussion.  Add to the discussion.  Meaning, only an "I agree with you" or "Interesting findings" kind of comments do not fulfill the peer responses'…

Read and journal What’s Your Worldview, by James N. Anderson. Points will be awa

Read and journal What’s Your Worldview, by James N. Anderson. Points will be awarded for excellence and thoughtful engagement with the subject matter.  In paragraph format, use about 1500 words (no less than 1200 words, no more than 2000), to answer all of these questions: (1)  What is your own answer to each of Anderson’s questions in Part 1, and why you believe your answer is true?  a.  **There are 21 Questions in Part 1. (2)  Based on Anderson’s analysis,…

You will write one essay. Answer thoroughly in your own words. I am only looking

You will write one essay. Answer thoroughly in your own words. I am only looking for your personal explanation. Submit your exam as a Word document.  1.  Using several detailed paragraphs (a minimum of 500 words), explain The Story of Reality up to where we are in lecture #7. You may use your notes, journals, lectures, and the book; but, you must use your own words to explain. What you write should show that you clearly understand the Story as…