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Monday, October 21, 2013

Philosopher's Guild

The philosopher's guild covered severaltopics ranging from pascals wager to how all things can relate to philosophy.  I am missing my philosophy notebookat the moment so if anyone cares to add about our discussion please do, it escapes me for the moment.

6 comments:

  1. Yo guys!
    Factual Question: Spinoza believed nature and God were one in the same... (True!)
    Discussion: Do you think Spinoza's proofs are a good way to discuss philosophy?
    Comment: Cool discussion last time guys!
    Link: http://www.philosophypages.com/ph/spin.htm
    I commented on NoPhi's post

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  2. Factual Question: Who believed that over a life each of us remain the same 'man'?- John Locke
    Discussion Question: do you believe that we stay the same person or that as we grow and life happens we become different people?
    Link: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/locke/supplement.html
    Comment: Do we know yet who is going to gather the questions for our Exam 2 next week?

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  3. Factual Question: what did Spinoza do for money?
    Answer: He was a lens grinder.
    Discussion Question: What do you think of Spinoza's view of God?
    Comment: Spinoza's view of God lines up with mine in some ways.
    Link: plato.stanford.edu/entries/spinoza

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  4. Factual question: what philosopher believed that government's job is to protect life, liberty, and property
    Discussion question: do you agree with Locke that state and religion should be separate?
    I love our groups discussions. We get everything done and still have time for whatever we come up with.
    Link: here is a link about John Locke
    http://www.history.com/topics/john-locke

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  5. Factual Question: Who wrote the Letter on Toleration? (John Locke)
    Discussion Question: Do you believe that a belief in a God makes one behave drastically different than one who does not believe? Morally speaking.
    Link: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/j/john_locke.html
    Comment: I disagree with John Locke in that all knowledge comes from experience. There is a inherited knowledge that comes through as instincts.

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    1. Anonymous11:40 AM CDT

      I would say simply believing in a God doesn't change the way you act, almost all of the world claims to believe in some sort of God. But actually following their teachings is what might set them apart.

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