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01:730:103 Lecture 11: Week 11 Part 1 (11_16)
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1. Hursthouse says that phronesis is a Greek term for knowledge. Ho...

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01:730:103 Lecture 14: Week 14 Part 2 Reply (12_10)
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4. Whether or not someone can acquire their wealth in a just or unj...

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01:730:103 Lecture 11: Week 11 Part 2 Reply (11_19)
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1. I think, of course, certain types of harm are less dangerous and...

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01:730:103 Lecture 13: Week 13 Part 2 Reply (12_3)
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1. All people should hold a general level of generosity and sacrifi...

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01:730:103 Lecture 13: Week 13 Part 2 (11_30)
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1. Singer uses the example of the child drowning in the pond becaus...

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01:730:103 Lecture 11: Week 11 Part 2 (11_16)
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1. Since no one can achieve perfect virtue, the virtuous person may...

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01:730:103 Lecture 13: Week 13 Part 1 (11_30)
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1. How does Singer relate the example of the drowning child to the ...

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01:730:103 Lecture 14: Week 14 Part 1 (12_5)
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1. According to Rawls, what condition must be met in order to raise...

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01:730:103 Lecture 7: Week 7 Part 2 Reply (10_21)
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There is the reasoning that some people should be punished not only...

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01:730:103 Lecture 10: Week 10 Part 2 (11_9)
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1. Do you agree with Mill about what makes an action right or wrong...

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