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Monday, September 1, 2014

Section 10 Group 3

On Thursday group 3 spent the duration of the time discussing our personal interests and hobbies outside of class.  We unfortunately did not get to discuss any philosophy but are looking forward to discussing the readings on Tuesday.

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  1. Hunter Coppinger Section 10

    FQ:

    Did Socrates ever write down his own work?
    -Nope

    When did Socrates die and by what?
    399 B.C. and by Hemlock

    DQ:

    In Plato's 'The Republic' does it sound almost like a complete totalitarian state? Seems almost like the Hunger Games which there is soldiers and workers and totally depressing life?

    Link- http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/socrates/plato&soc.html

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  2. Hunter Coppinger Section 10 Group 3
    FQ:

    What year did Aristotle set up the Lyceum?
    -338 B.C.
    What does the Greek word 'telos' mean?
    -purpose

    DQ:
    Why did Aristotle believe so highly in practical and moral reasoning?

    Why did Aristotle think living a good life could be taught?

    link-http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/a/aristotle148504.html

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  3. Hunter Coppinger Section 10 Group 3
    FQ:
    What book did Friedrich Nietzsche write?
    Beyond good and evil
    Who were the two most famous advocates for Utilitarianism?
    Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill

    DQ:
    If one acts out of compassion instead of duty is it morally right?

    Say for instance a inmate is on death row and is put to death by execution is that morally right?

    Link- http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Morally+right

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