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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Section 14 Group 3 (9/11/2104)

Today in class we talked about the afterlife, about what we personally think happens when we die, and whether or not we think heaven and hell are isolated or not.

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  1. DQ: What makes an action right or wrong ?
    FQ: What's one difficulty with Christian ethics ?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwOCmJevigw

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  2. Timmy Vongrassamy 141:16 AM CDT

    FQ: What is the best-known type of consequentialist ethical theory that aims for happiness?

    DQ: What ethical theory is right?

    Link: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/utilitarianism-history/

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  3. FQ:

    What is the most fruitful way to exist?

    What does being "philosophical" mean?

    DQ: What is God's will?

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  4. Anonymous10:25 AM CDT

    (Ethan Hall)
    FQ: (T/F) Like the Skeptics, the Stoics believed that since you can control everything, you should get worked up about everything.
    DQ: Are we truly in control of our lives? or is everything predestined?

    "True happiness is... to enjoy the present, without anxious dependence upon the future." -Seneca

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  5. FQ: What are Consequentialist Ethics?
    DQ: Are Ethics still a part of today's society?

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  6. DQ: Can one be gay, yet still a christian?

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  7. Section 14-3

    FQ: Who was the first well known stoic?
    DQ: What does it mean to you to be a "good person"?

    www.brainyquotes.com/quotes/quotes/c/citiumzeno160517.html

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  8. Anonymous4:05 PM CDT

    (Jordan Turner)
    FQ- which US fighter pilot did Epictetus inspire?
    DQ- How do you personally know what is right or wrong?

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    1. Anonymous4:18 PM CDT

      " Life is long enough to get plenty done if we make the right choices." - Seneca
      (Jordan Turner)

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