Kant thought that the only way we can discover moral laws is through the faculty of reason.
7. In Das Kapital, how did Marx (1967) expand on his earlier ideas about the transition from feudal society to bourgeois society/capitalism (Marx and Engels 1848)?
a. a priori moral laws of how a rational being should use that rationality in practices. b. derived from observation of human behavior and speculation on what standards would maximize happiness...
Do you agree that reasoning is always involved in our appropriation of the Bible? That our experiences significantly affect the way we read it?
10. Secretary Kelly was tasked by the president’s executive order with overseeing the: a) re-writing of Obamacare b) planning and construction of the wall on the U.S. southern border c)...
Use the four-step methodology of understanding, analysis, evaluation and application. You may also want to try to do the step called synthesis, by coming up with your own new paradigm for these concepts...
Please Paraphrase "We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light." –Plato I'm supposed to write a Chreia explaining...
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Did god? Did nothing? Big bang perhaps?
4. Construct a brief fictitious dialogue between an “I” and a “me” and then comment on that dialogue to illustrate Mead’s point that the I reveals itself only in action. (Hint: the example of the...
People give a variety of reasons for copying music from a friend instead of buying it. Refute each of the reasons given below, using any of the ethical theories (utilitarianism, kant's moral philosophy,...
This question is in relation to Platos Republic and Socrates response to what justice in the city is as well as in the mind and why its best?
Not importance of each individual meditations in the Meditation, but overall.
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why is it there is no constant in this world?
This questions is regards to the book of Confessions by Augustine