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Friday, March 28, 2014

Philosoraptors STUDY GUIDE

Study time Raptors! 

FQ: In Rene Descartes’s 'Trademark Argument', it states that_____ exists because he left an idea_____ in our minds. God; implanted

FQ: Jansenists believed in ______. Predestination.

FQ: T/F. All philosophers agreed with Locke emphasis on self-conscious memory as the basis of personal identity. False

FQ: According to ______, being the same 'man' is very different from being the same 'person'. John Locke

FQ: ______ believed that the world and all that exist in it, exist only in the mind of the people. George Berkeley

FQ: Voltaire's real name was ________? Francois-Marie Arouet

FQ: Which philosopher stated ' I hate what you say, but will defend to the death your right to say it’? Voltaire

FQ: T/F Hume was an Empiricist? –True

FQ: On his death bed, David Hume said that he should not worry about his afterlife because he didn't worry about the time before his life, which is an answer that an earlier philosopher ________ would have said. Epicurus.

FQ: Who stated ' Man was born free, and everywhere he is in chains’? Jean-Jacques Rousseau

FQ: Rousseau felt that _______ were naturally good, and were corrupted by civilization. Humans.

FQ: What is General Will and which philosopher built the ground work for his philosophy on this? The general will is to do whatever is best for the whole community in order to live freely within a society. Famed by Rousseau

FQ: Hume states different ways the eye could have been created; what are they? An old god who has died, a young god still learning, a single living God with power, or a team of lesser gods working together.

FQ: What philosopher claimed that lying under any circumstance was immoral? Kant

FQ: If it isn't right for everyone, it can't be right for _____?

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  1. Posting here because my author has not posted yet.

    During class we discussed who was going to choose the questions for the study guide and also assign the parts that each of us were to read.

    FQ: What was postmodernism? (a view that purportedly abandoned the distinction between truth and falsehood.
    DQ: Do you agree with Epistemic Contextualism (the view that the proposition expressed by a given knowledge sentence depends upon the context in which it is uttered)?
    Link: Article of Seldes' .. http://www.nybooks.com/books/authors/gilbert-seldes/