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Argument IIf God were willing to prevent evil, but unable to do so, then He would be impotent. If He were able to prevent evil, but unwilling to do so, then He would be malevolent. Evil can exist in the world only if God is either unwilling or unable to prevent it. Surely there is evil in the world. Yet if God exists, then He […]
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Descartes was a rationalist; Berkeley an empiricist. Explain the differences in theirepistemologies (philosophies of knowledge). Is there any potential agreement betweenthem on the nature of “material substance“? If so, explain.
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This assignment is supposed to be a thesis writing on one of three paradoxes. Please choose the one that’s easy to score. Work cited for this essay will only be one listed in the instruction.
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Describe and explain the Linnean system, the BSC, and phylogenetic systematics classification systems. What are the arguments for each? Compare and contrast the views of Aristotle, Darwin, and Mayr with regard to these systems. Make references to the issues of this course given in lecture; that is, analyze your selected theory dispute in terms of scientific inference, scientific explanation, realism and antirealism, rationality of theory […]
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“Fully explain Aquinas’ method of synthesis in philosophy. Then explain what characterizes the different parts of the articles (e.g. Objections, On the contrary, etc.). Then compare his method to the dialectical method of Socrates.BOOK: CLASSICS OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY EIGHT EDITION BY STEVEN CAHN. PLEASE INCLUDE CITATIONS OF THAT AND WHATEVER OTHER SOURCE YOU USE.
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1. Thoroughly explain Aristotle’s reasoning about the connections between virtue and pleasure in Nicomachean Ethics, Book X. Be sure to explain what he means by some pleasures being natural, and be sure to explain what is the relationship between natural pleasure, virtue, and eudaemonia. 2. Thoroughly explain the problem of Faith and Reason. Then explain the reasoning of Fideism, Averroeism, and Thomism on this topic. […]
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What is National Philosophy of Education. National Philosophy of Education stands for Education in Malaysia is an on-going attempt towards further developing the potency of persons in a holistic and incorporate mode, in order to bring forth persons who are intellectually, spiritually, emotionally and physically, balanced and harmoniously, based on a steadfast belief in and devotedness to God. Such an attempt is designed to bring […]
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Philosophy of Teaching Philosophy is described as “one of the various established or traditional way of looking at the world that have been defined and indentified by those who practice the discipline whether in the academy or not. ” With any profession there are responsibilities that come with the career, in my chosen career path there are people that I have to make sure that […]
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use the text to help you answer with quotes and important ideas.Distinguish between the Classical and Medieval Christian approaches to philosophy. Detail how they differ in emphasis and what they consider to be the focus of philosophy and higher inquiries. Provide examples that illustrate the different perspectives, but especially make sure to use the examples of Aquinas and Augustine. Quotes from the textbook are the […]
Socrates is considered by some to be the philosopher who challenged Sophism and ushered a new era into Classical Greece. However, other philosophers believe that Socrates is simply the best Sophist in that he could never be beaten in a debate. Which position does the information in your text support? Provide a definition of Sophism and then use examples of Socratic philosophy in the form […]