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PHIL1070 Chapter Notes - Chapter Book 3: Noble Lie

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Republic (book iii) 386a-417b9; pay particular attention to the following passages: 389b2- The purpose of the noble lie is to classify people into diff
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PHIL1070 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Civil Society

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Yes, rousseau is saying that man in the state of nature is happy because there are enough. Explain your answer. resources and humans are generally stro
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PHIL1070 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: John Locke

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PHIL 1070 Chapter 19: Study Q 19_

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Kant believes that duties performed from sympathy don"t have moral worth because people either like doing the action or enjoy the honor that comes from
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PHIL 1070 Chapter 12: Study Q 12_

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February 16: second treatise of government chapter iii (pp. 14-16), chapter iv (pp. For locke a state of war is very different from the state of nature
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PHIL1070 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Tyrant

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Locke thinks that people will typically not revolt because they are predisposed to follow. Why or why not? most orders for a few different reasons. A t
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PHIL1070 Chapter Notes - Chapter Book 5: Glaucon, Polemarchus

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Socrates" view of women in the city of speech is progressive for his time because he. Why or why not? feels they have enough ability to do the same thi
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PHIL 1070 Chapter 18: Study Q 18_

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Wollstonecraft believed that women not only need to be educated the same way, but also. A vindication of the rights of woman (canvas) pp. Study questio
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PHIL 1070 Chapter 14: Study Q 14

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Second treatise of government chapter vii ( 87-91) chapter ix (pp. People living in and under absolute monarchy (including the monarchs themselves) are
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PHIL1070 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Consumerism, Child Mortality

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Second treatise of government chapter v ( 25, 27-31, 33-34, 36-38, 45-48) Locke believes that property rights come from the idea that people who work o
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PHIL1070 Chapter Notes - Chapter Book 4: Glaucon

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Republic (book iv) 419a1-445e3; pay particular attention to the following passages: 419a1- After making the hypothesis that this practice of minding on
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PHIL 1070 Chapter 20: Study Q 20_

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Kant explains that lies cannot be justified because there is no way to universalize a maxim on lying that keeps people in acting morally from duty. Kan
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