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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Section 13, Group 1

Today in class, we got into groups and chose FQs and DQs. We then took a quiz as a class and went over the answers.

5 comments:

  1. FQ 1: T/F - Eudaimonia is translated to English as "sadness." (PB pg 22)

    FQ 2: True happiness required what, according to Aristotle? (LH pg 9)

    DQ: Do you think adults have more happiness than children? (LH pg 9)

    This link is actually about Socrates.
    http://youtu.be/QnQ_WDtBhvI

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  3. FQ 1: What is Eudaimonia? (LH pg 11)
    FQ 2: T/F Aristotle set up the philosophical school called the Lyceum? (PB pg 20)

    DQ 1: What does it mean to "seek happiness?" (LH pg 11)

    'Discussion' about Eudaimonia:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_s7bEP762c

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  4. FQ: T/F - The suspicion of belief, in a religious sense, is known as atheism. (P)
    FQ: Which argument states that everything in the natural world is suited to the function that it performs (everything has evidence that it was designed)? (P)
    DQ: Who said that happiness is your overall achievement in life? This can be affected by what happens to people you care about. (LH)

    Link: http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/socialSciences/ppecorino/INTRO_TEXT/Chapter%203%20Religion/Teleological.htm

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  5. Sept. 10
    FQ: T/F Pyrrho believed that the human senses are deceiving and did not trust his own at all. (LH)
    DQ: Do you believe that miracles come from an all-powerful god, or are simply just events that break the laws of nature?
    Link: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/miracles/

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