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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Section 10; Group 3 September 30th Recap

Today we started by assigning individual duties for everybody in the "Philosophy through Comedy" group to have a contribution in addition to their own research and presentation to the group project as well as talking about the project for a bit to make sure everybody was on the same page.  David and Dustin split off to work on their group project since they have the dubious honor of going first on Thursday.

Then we went into our philosophical discussions for the day.  Topics included the moral justification for restriction of freedoms- specifically prison and taking away the right to vote, what types of civil disobedience are acceptable and which aren't and the free speech zones used to corral political protests.  Opinions were varied, and debate thoughtful, as per usual.

4 comments:

  1. FQ: What was Thomas Hobbes' view of human beings?

    DQ: Do you believe your dreams have hidden meaning or are nothing but pointless thoughts?

    http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/268448/Thomas-Hobbes/275880/Political-philosophy

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  2. Anonymous11:57 AM CDT

    Dustin Chitwood
    FQ:
    What was Hobbes's most important book?-Leviathan
    DQ:
    After studying some philosophy, what are your views on common-sense realism?
    Link:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naïve_realism
    This link gives a definition of common-sense realism, because i wasn't sure of what it was until i read that.

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  3. FQ: How old was Thomas Hobbes when he died?

    DQ: How do you feel about The Illusion Argument?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xQEHNqz6GQ

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  4. Anonymous12:54 PM CDT

    FQ: Translate from Latin to English; "Cogito ergo sum"

    DQ: Do you try to interpret your dreams?

    Analyze your dreams.
    Link: http://www.mydreamvisions.com/dreamdictionary/analyzer/

    -Billy

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