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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 1091
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Fall

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Final Review • Euthyphro o Piety o As a priest o Questioning his understanding of piety • Problem of learning o When we learn something we first habve to question o How do we know if the answers to our questions are the answer if we  don’t know the answer  Ex. looking for car in parking garage, know when you find because  you know what it looks like but if you don’t know what it looks  like you’ll never know you’ve found it o If you already know the answer you don’t need to learn • Censorship o Republic  People are uneducated and people need to shape their sensibilities  and affections to make them care and desire the right things  ▯order   in society  If you don’t the wrong things could disorder a person • Aristotole o Teleogology o Happiness as ultimate goal o Mena relative to agent o Friendship o Pleasure o Virtue  A state of character…. • Teleology o A view in which beings are oriented toward some end or goal naturally • If you’re prudent that is intellectual virtue BIBLE  OT • Revelation o The authors are thinking in terms of revelation whereas the philosophers  were not o God is revealing these truths to human beings • OT view of God and how that contrast with the God of Plato and Aristotle o Jealous man o There is a relationship, he is personal, has more human like qualities o A god of transcendence  Plato and Aristotle’s gods were o Forgiving merciful o Just  Within the context of a forgiveness,   Endlessly trying to renew our relationship with him with mercy –  restorative justice  Through justice he brings them back to an obedient  (sin=disobedient) relationship with Him • Stump o Image portrays sense of continuity and discontinuity with the past o Messiah will be continually old but also usher in the new age • Salvation comes from the jews through the jews • Jeremiah and Jobe o The innocent who suffers o Jeremiah you get idea of what I might mean to be a prophet, how it is  challenging when the wolrd was resistant to the word of God o The prophets are always trying to call the Jewish people back to the  covenant • Kind of teleological view in the OT o Their goal is a right relationship with God o An age of peace, salvation, redemption o Earthy paradise towards which they are moving o Deeply historical in a way that Aristotle’s is not NT • Sermon on the mount o Image of sun o Rain fal
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