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Humanities
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HUMA 1160
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Stanley Tweyman

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March 27, 2013 – HUMA 1160 – FINAL TUTORIAL ­ When you deal with morals, there is always the observation of ought and ought  not (Hume). Test Question 3 ­ What does ‘the context in which it is written’ – (context: the meaning) ­ (I) Pg 52­53 Chapter 6 – “that which … love and hate…somewhat they feel in  their bodies” ­ (4) The good life is not ONE thing. Sovereign may not be in the interest of all.  Test Question 1 ­ Two theories about God are being discussed and compared. o A priori and aposterior  A priori is called a cosmological and ontological argument. ­ Demea: first part of the argument (pg. 148) “The argument…” o Whatever exists, must have a cause P (anything) c (backwards c) Q  (Cause) o Other than God, impossible for anything to produce itself and be the cause  of its own existence. o 2 choices:  1. The infinite chain (cause and effect, cause an
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