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mearning of life

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Department
Philosophy
Course Code
PHLA11H3
Professor
Ronniede Sousa

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lect 3 meaning of life 1172012 101200 AM First assignment due next Tuesdaylife as such has no meaningy the meaning of yourlife is for you to worry about not about me Happiness y Story of Sisyphus o Offended the God and was hence punished to roll the stone uphill forevero Do you think thats a fun lifeThen what can you add to the stry to make it a fun life A desire A goal to be achievedBut are these two additions enough to make it funReview of last lecture y Two conditions of success o Subjective get the person to be confinced to be gripped by your argumento Objectivethe argument has to be a good one not just good enough to persuade this persony 8 types of metaethicsquestions and answer from last week y is all rare things expensivenot really so the premise is not really truey some arguments can be deductive invalid but indectively a proofthe deduction is not right but can indicate somethingwhich may be right o Socrates are men men are mortal hence men are all mortalinductive proof o Rats are animals animlas are four legs hence animals are all fourlegedo deductive wrong and not inductive proof Goal of the week y Reasoning
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