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PHIL 1413 Lecture 1: God, Ethics and Jusice- Tuesday, September 13th
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Philosophy
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PHIL 1413
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Maitzen Stephen

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September 13 God, Ethics and Justice Arcording to an old saying "The Pxception proves the rule, but doesn't an exception disprove the rule? How can thP paradox saying be true? HI nswer What if "proves" means "tests The English verb "prove" originates from the Latin verb probare" which means "to test "prove Failure to recognize the old mpaning of thf word akes this seem impossible to understand paradox "lf a tree falls in the woods and nothing is around to hear it #2 does the tree make a sound? Answer The answer depends entirely on the meaning of the ord "sound" which has at least z definitions lnnattention to language can make this question seem L deep and difficult when really, it's not paradox "Expect the unexpected" #3 LAnswer- Expect that something unexpected will happen a paradox You can't eat your cake and havf it to L Answer on you eat your cake, it's gone "lt r rains, but it pours paradox *raining bad luck 45 Answer Small things go wnnoticed but when you have bad luck, eyery thing komes at once L"But is used as a preposition (meaning "except") Lesson -a Campful att Pnlion language resolves these paradu
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