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PHI 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 62: Summa Theologica, Menstrual Cycle, Principle Of Double Effect
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Ethical Skepticism States that it is difficult to know whether moral truths exist or what these truths are. Ex: Agnosticism who dont know if God is real. Emotivism States that there are no moral truths. Jean Jacques Rousse...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture 61: PHI Chapter 61
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Socrates tells Crito that he should attempt to break out of prison if and only if doing so would be Just Socrates and Crito are engaged primarily in what type of inquiry? Normative The expert on matters of justice and inju...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 60: Prosocial Behavior, Descriptive Ethics, Meta-Ethics
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According to the socratic view of morality summarized by Frankena, is a person brought up by immoral parents in a corrupt society capable of making correct moral judgments? Why or why not? Yes, morality is ingrained in all...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 54: Gensler, Glaucon, Moral Realism
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Self-interest According to Hume, which of the following do positive mental qualities NOT have in common: d) none of the above What does Hume use the examples of Pericles, Cicero, & Juvenal to demonstrate? A) that m...

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PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 56: Clarity
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TRUTH SEEKING INVOLVES ASKING COURAGEOUS OR PROBING QUESTIONS THAT PROVIDE EVIDENCE FOR OR AGAINST A DECISION OPEN-MINDEDNESS BEING ABLE TO LISTEN PATIENTLY TO SOMEONE WHO HAS AN OPINION WHICH YOU DISAGREE ANALY...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture 51: PHI Chapter 51
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Socrates delays drinking the poison to enjoy one final conversation with his friends. False Socrates denies the immortality of the soul. False Socrates waits to drink the poison until the sun sets. False Wit...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 53: Glaucon, Egotism, Gensler
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Euthyphro's dilemma runs as follows: Is an action wrong because God says so, or does God say so because it is wrong? True According to Cahn, belief in God by itself provides no hint whatsoever which actions God wishe...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 58: Euthanasia, Rights
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RIGHTS ETHICS 1. STEM FROM OUR ENTITLEMENT AS MEMBERS OF SOCIETY 2. BASED ON THE ASSUMPTION THAT MORALITY ARISES FROM A SOCIAL CONTRACT THAT SELF- INTERESTED PEOPLE WOULD ABIDE BY IN ORDER TO SECURE A DEGREE OF PEACE...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture 59: PHI Chapter 59
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ONE NON-COGNITIVE THEORY EMOTIVISM EMOTIVISM THE VIEW THAT MORAL UTTERANCES ARE NEITHER TRUE OR FALSE, BUT INSTEAD ARE EXPRESSIONS OF EMOTIONS OR ATTITUDES TWO COMPONENTS OF GOOD MORAL THEORY UNIVERSAL & IMPART...

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PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 50: Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe
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MORAL PHILOSOPHY (ETHICS) THE STUDY OF THE VALUES AND GUIDELINES BY WHICH WE LIVE AND THE JUSTIFICATION FOR THOSE VALUES AND GUIDELINES GREECE BIRTHPLACE OF WESTERN SOCIETY PURPOSE OF ETHICAL THEORY 1. CONCEPTI...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 55: Categorical Imperative, Consequentialism, Immanuel Kant
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Metaethics study of the origin & meaning of ethical concepts metaphysical issues in metaethics whether morality exists independently of humans Objectivism vs Relativism *study of kinds of things that exist -phys...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 57: A Better Place, Carol Gilligan
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CONCLUSIONS ARE EITHER THIS IN AN ARGUMENT VALID OR INVALID WHAT IS TRUE AND FALSE IN AN ARGUMENT STATEMENTS OR THE PROPOSITIONS THAT MAKE UP AN ARGUMENT HETERONOMY BASED ON THE MORALITY OF CONSTRAINT AUTONO...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 52: Divine Command Theory, Moral Authority
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People may disagree over what they prefer But both may be correct Which of these statements would Regan consider a moral judgment in the strict sense? All wars are unjust Regan uses the term "moral authority" to ...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 41: Cardinal Virtues, Epicurus, Immanuel Kant
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Caring for Children Prohibitions against Murder Truth Telling James Rachels Three Core Common (Universal) Values Greek Historian who wrote, Everyone without exception believes his own native customs, and the religion he wa...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
PHI 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 45: Deep Ecology, Murray Bookchin, René Descartes
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In the 1980s this emerged as a necessary but not sufficient depiction of Feminist Ethics Ethics of Care These are basic Kantian ideas (chose one selection). Respect for persons and human dignity Classification of the case ...

Philosophy
PHI 2600
Elizabeth Selleck
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Dualism (Philosophy Of Mind), Ethical Egoism, Noumenon

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM PPhilosophy METAPHYSICS I: UNIVERSALS ...

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