In each of the following cases, the behavior illustrated seems to suggest that the people’s values differ significantly from our own. Consider the possibility that, beneath appearances, the values are similar. Develop a plausible explanation for the difference in behavior. (Don’t just say you disagree-that’s too easy! Instead, propose a principle we may share with […]
Jerusalem is, without question, the most hotly contested property in history. Jews, Muslims, and Christians all claim ownership of this sacred city. But whose claim is valid? howwhyhttp://www.palestinefacts.org/pf_early_palestine_brief_history/
Ethics and Moral PhilosophyOpen discussion week. You choose what you would like to discuss from the week’s course material, Morality Without God. Be sure to provide reasoned evaluations of the issues and discuss them philosophically rather than just stating your opinion.Forum Guidelines:Each week, the initial forum response is due by Thursday at 11:55 p.m. EST and must be 250+ words […]
PHL 154 Moral FoundationsA) State whether the following arguments are valid or invalid. If the argument is valid,show and name the schema(s) of the argument. If some steps of the argument areimplicit, make them explicit. If the argument is invalid, explain briefly why the argumentbreaks down.Argument #11) If political debates become civil and responsible, the […]
What are the philosophy teachers applys to facilitate better learning and accomodate all learners in the classroom?
In a Pre-conventional level, Kohlberg argues that a person has not internalized any sense of morality because: A.Reasons for acting are influenced by fear of punishment and of self-interest.B.Reasons for acting are influenced by universal moral command.C.Reasons for acting are influenced by desire for law and order in society.D.Reasons for acting are influenced by religious beliefs.
In Conventional level, Kohlberg argues that a person has a social awareness and sense of responsibility towards others because:A.Reasons for acting are influenced by fear of punishment and of self-interest.B.Reasons for acting are influenced by conformity to and desire for law and order in society.C.Reasons for acting are influenced by universal moral command.D.Reasons for acting are […]
This week we cover how the philosophy of science relates to a number of other fields of inquiry, including sociology and language and feminism. You may select one of these fields of inquiry to describe how it relates to the philosophy of science and offer your critique. Alternatively, you can select one of the authors or […]
In 1200-1500 words MLA format, please address the following prompt: Which theory of free will (hard determinist, compatibilist, libertarian) do you find most convincing? Or, like William James and the Existentialists, do you find that we need to believe in freedom for practical purposes of guilt and responsibility? Be sure to engage at least two figures from our […]
homosexuality is morally impermissible whereas B says that homosexuality is morally permissible. According to cultural ethical relativism, the way to decide who wins the disagreement between A and B is simply to conduct a poll: if the majority of people in that culture agree with O, then O is right.—T or F? 19. Ethical Nihilism […]