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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Section 14 group 3

Sorry this took so long guys i finally figured it out..Anyway we discussed religion and God today, it really was a good conversation although we only had 10 minutes to talk.

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  1. Anonymous12:11 PM CDT

    (Ethan Hall)
    FQ: Would a lavish lifestyle be considered, "Epicurian"?
    DQ: What is your philosophy on death? What happens when the time comes?

    "Death does not concern us, because as long as we exist, death is not here. And when it does come, we no longer exist."
    -Epicurus

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  2. Timmy Vongrassamy 141:16 PM CDT

    FQ: (T/F) Pyrrho never wrote anything down

    DQ: Do you believe in an afterlife?

    Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSE9EjqsBjY

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  3. FQ: who believed in the statement "don't commit, and you wont be disappointed"?
    DQ: Whats is your definition of death?

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  4. Anonymous1:39 PM CDT

    Kelton Jones
    FQ: Would living to the fullest be considered , Epicurian?
    DQ: What is God to you?

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  5. FQ: Who argued against miracles in Section X of his "Enquiry Concerning Human Nature"?
    DQ: Do you agree with Pascal's Wager? Do you think that there is a more rational reason to believe or not believe in God?

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  6. I found this post a very interesting take on a question that is similar to the one that I posted as my DQ.

    http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/23725

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  7. Anonymous3:49 PM CDT

    FQ-what was the main teaching of scepticism.
    DQ-after reading the chapter on god, which argument do you believe is the best?
    (Jordan Turner)

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