Phil 201 Liberty Univers Essays and Term Papers

  • Phil 201 - Liberty University - "Lesson" Study Guide #3

    PHIL 201 Study Guide Lesson 3: Thinking Critically Points 1) Be able to state common objections and questions often raised against philosophical reasoning and how one might respond to them: a) Quibbling over Words: Philosophy is little more than quibbling over the meaning of words – key terms of...

      2105 Words | 6 Pages   Truth, Argument, Rationalism, Reason

  • Phil 201 - Liberty University - "Lesson" Study Guide #4

    PHIL 201 Study Guide Lesson 4: Making Claims and Defining Terms Points: A) The seven preliminary matters in preparing to philosophize – 1) Philosophizing involves four psychological traits that improve effective communication:  the courage to examine one’s cherished beliefs critically, ...

      1823 Words | 5 Pages   Rationalism, Tautology (logic), Metaphysics, Reality

  • Phil 201 - Liberty University - "Lesson" Study Guide #1

    PHIL 201 Study Guide Lesson 1: What is Philosophy? Points 1) Three preliminary qualifications in studying philosophy – 1) it is impossible to distinguish rigidly and conclusively between what counts as a philosophical problem and what does not – borderline cases / 2) none of the characteristics we...

      1506 Words | 5 Pages   Theory, Philosophy, Hypothesis, Falsifiability

  • PHIL 201 Essay on Utilitarianism

    is the case with most opinions, Mill argues it would be foolish to silence those of different opinion from one's own. Mill argued in his work "On Liberty" that free speech is crucial to the greatest happiness for the greatest number, for happiness in the long term can only be achieved through knowledge...

      1954 Words | 5 Pages   Utilitarianism, Freedom of speech, Hedonism, Truth

  • A Matter of Perception Phil 201

    Thomas Gilmer Phil 201 Essay 6/11/13 A Matter of Perception “How often have I dreamt that I was in these familiar circumstances that I was dressed, and occupied this place by the fire, when I was lying undressed in bed?” Rene Descartes in his writings from Meditations on First Philosophy...

      1825 Words | 5 Pages   Allegory of the Cave, Dream argument, Meditations on First Philosophy, Neo (The Matrix)

  • PHIL 201 Study Guide

    Study Guide: Lesson 13 Justification, Part 1: Noetic Structure Tasks View and take notes on the presentation, “An Overview of Issues in Contemporary Justification, Part 1.” What are 3 characteristics of a person’s noetic structure? The sum total of everything that person believes It recognizes...

      963 Words | 3 Pages   Foundationalism, Coherentism, Epistemology, Existence of God

  • Phil 201 essay

     Phil 201 Essay 1 September 26, 2012 Comparing and contrasting the synopsis “The Matrix” to Plato's “The Allegory Of The Cave” and also Descartes “Meditation I Of The Things Of Which We May Doubt” which have several similarities and also some differences. In all three of these stories the main...

      675 Words | 2 Pages   Meditations on First Philosophy, Allegory of the Cave, The Matrix

  • Phil 201 Study Guide

    are adopting beliefs without much reflection. ~Phil mindset approaches new info critically. Questioning, reflecting, and considering the meaning, value and truthfulness of what we see, read and hear. ~To adopt a phil mindset is to recognize that phil is not just an academic activity within a college...

      2451 Words | 8 Pages   Theory of justification, Rationalism, Argument, Socratic method

  • PHIL 201 Lesson 2

    Study Guide: Lesson 1 Prelude to Philosophy: What is Philosophy? List 4 reasons students often presuppose a low view of philosophy. 1. The image that one has to be super intelligent to do philosophy. 2. As a discipline, most students study it late in their academic development. 3. Most people don't...

      950 Words | 4 Pages   Theory, Science, Rationalism, Philosophy

  • Phil 201-B39

    Essay 1 Plato, Descartes and The Matrix; what a trio of reading that if not for my ability to read without believing everything that was before my eyes, I would not know what to believe. After reading the three synopses I had to regroup and think, did I read this or was this a dream? I will now try...

      612 Words | 2 Pages   Meditations on First Philosophy, Allegory of the Cave, Red pill and blue pill, Neo (The Matrix)

  • PHIL 201 Paper Heidi Stephens

     Heidi Stephens PHIL 201 McClosky Paper 03/29/2015 In McClosky’s article entitled “Being an Atheist”, he tries to convince readers that the atheist beliefs, or non-beliefs, are more comforting to the mind than religious beliefs. While others tend to base their atheistic beliefs...

      1544 Words | 5 Pages   Atheism, Creationism, Existence of God, Cosmological argument

  • PHIL 201 Do Animals Think

     There can be many answers to the question, “do animals think?” The ability to think is defined as, “to have a conscience mind, to some extent of reasoning, remembering experiences, making rational decisions.” (www.dictionary.com) According to Professor Thomas Nagel from NYU, though human beings may...

      1461 Words | 5 Pages   Reason, Mind, Thomas Nagel, Philosophy of mind

  • Phil 201 Study Guide Lesson 10

    Study Guide: Lesson 10 What is Knowledge? Lesson Overview With this lesson, we begin a new unit on epistemology, which is the philosophical study of knowledge claims. In this first lesson on epistemology, we begin by examining the question “What do we mean when we say we know something?” What...

      876 Words | 3 Pages   Belief, Epistemology, Truth, Virtue

  • miss univers

    1.3 It is important that you understand the cultural diversity of the pupils within the school and particularly those you are supporting. You will then be able to help pupils to make sense of their learning by making connections to their own lives. Your role may include providing pastoral support...

      2195 Words | 7 Pages   Self-esteem, Inclusion (education), Well-being, Learning disability

  • Phil

    Read case study 29: Pulverizer and discuss the three scenarios presented of Fred's possible courses of actions. How do you think Fred should respond in this case? Why is your suggestion the best alternative? 1. From the first scenario Fred redesigning Model 1 Pulverizer and solving the plugging...

      268 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Phil

    On the internet and in bookstores, a thousand gurus tout different remedies for human misery. How can we find out which remedies work? We need to consult one of our greatest gurus, the scientific method. Recently we have seen a dramatic upsurge in scientific studies on Positive Psychology and the science...

      1027 Words | 4 Pages   Ex nihilo, Cosmological argument, Ontological argument, Unmoved mover

  • phil

    Reaction paper By: jekko Araojo To: Mr. Rubio Macario Sakay was a leutenant of KKK which means KATAAS-TAASAN KAGALANG-GALANGANG KATIPUNAN NG BAYAN he was captured by American soldiers and given by amnesty for exchange that he will convince his allies to surrender and accepting that United...

      500 Words | 4 Pages   Katipunan, Philippine–American War, Tagalog Republic, Philippine Revolution

  • Phil

    Monday Oct 6 Short Answer (5 or 6) 5 short answer questions worth 10 point each Could be a Topic, quote, Want: name of philosopher and concept Topics Ancient Greeks Sophists/Socrates Plato Descartes Apology Meno Republic VI + VII Meditations on first philosophy 2 essay questions -4425456965Ancient...

      722 Words | 2 Pages   Ancient Greek philosophy, Evil demon, Meno, Meditations on First Philosophy

  • Phil

    Toribio, Marry Grace B. DFI2 Reflection Paper #1 Before you started this course, what have you heard about what Philosophy was all about? What did you think it was? What did you expect to get from it? What subjects do you think would be philosophy’s concern? In what sense, to you, is man a homoviator...

      902 Words | 4 Pages  

  • Phil

    Enlightenment- Rousseau and Voltaire, Locke -Social Contract Theory – People surrendered the right to rule and protect; maintain individual rights and liberties to the government. These functions must be met by the government because people expect them to perform such duties. If they will not do their duties...

      1797 Words | 6 Pages   Philippine revolts against Spain, Gomburza, José Burgos, Ilustrado

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