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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Section 10, Group 2 9/4

FQ's:
1) In Plato's Theory of Form's, what is the easiest way to understand?
-through example (LH)
2) How many citizens made up the jury in Athens when Socrates was on trial?
-501 (LH)

DQ's:
1) Why is it that Socrate's refused to write anything down? (LH)
2) Why was he so proud to die? Did he not think his life was worth fighting for? (PB)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cekny0EcI0s or
 http://vimeo.com/ondemand/socrates

Above I posted a link about his execution and what philosophers thought about it and what kind of lead toward it and happened afterwards.

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:37 PM CDT

    Since I can't find the Sec 10, Group 2 Author post, I will comment here.

    Kristopher Rollins, FQ's and DQ's for 9/9:

    FQ: Irwin claims that Aristotle's view on pursuing other people's interests as being positive for your own interests is "___________ thinking".

    DQ: If there is a God, why does he hate amputees?

    Link: http://whywontgodhealamputees.com/

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  2. Anonymous2:44 AM CDT

    Max Erskine (Section 10, Group 2)

    I also couldn't find our author post, so I'm gonna comment here too

    FQ: Between what centuries was the so-called period of scholasticism? (thirteenth-seventeenth)
    DQ: Do you agree with the comparison of a watchmaker to God?
    Link: http://www.iep.utm.edu/design/#SH1c (Skip to Paley's Watchmaker Argument)

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  3. Brittney Tate (Section 10 - Group 2) 9/9
    I couldn't find the author post as well, so I too am going to post here.

    FQ:

    1. Aristotle believed that true happiness required what?

    - A longer life

    DQ:

    1. Do you believe that you have to live a longer life in order to experience true happiness?

    Link: http://www.pursuit-of-happiness.org/history-of-happiness/aristotle/

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  4. Anonymous10:15 AM CDT

    Since there was no author post, I will also be re-posting on here.
    Caitlin Bates
    Section 10, Group 2 9/9
    FQ:
    *PB* What did Aristotle call ethics?
    -ethika
    *P* What do they formally call the argument that does not rely on evidence God does/does not exist… just based on theory?

    DQ:
    How can anyone honestly believe that God does not exist?!?!

    Link: http://www.everystudent.com/features/isthere.html

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