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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Section 14 Group 3

Today in class we discussed our beliefs on love, and wisdom. we also discussed who we believed could be wise.

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  1. FQ: Who was Aristotle's teacher?

    DQ: What is making a "right decision"?

    Link: Aristotle Ethics - http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/aristotle-ethics/

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  2. FQ:
    Name at least three subjects, Aristotle has written about.
    What does "Ethika" mean?

    DQ: When can true happiness be achieved?

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  3. Andrew Kingsbery (14-3)
    FQ: What was the name of the school Aristotle founded?
    FQ: What does Eudaimonia translate as?(its not happiness)
    DQ: How should we live?
    DQ: Do you believe in human nature?

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  4. http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/a/aristotle145967.html

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  5. I can not find the authored post from my section on the page (Section 14, Group 3) so I figured this is the best place to drop this.

    FQ- The First Cause Argument is contradicted by what?
    - What was Aristotle's school in Athens called?
    DQ- If God is "all-good" why does he allow evil and human suffering to exist?
    - Can children be truely happy? Or is a long life necessary to claim happiness?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iMUlfhDLQY

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  6. Anonymous12:24 PM CDT

    (Ethan Hall)
    FQ: (T/F) The First Cause Argument demands that everything needs an explanation.
    FQ:The Free Will Defense argues that ______ could still be created in the presence of an Omnipotent God?
    DQ:Why did Aristotle think that some people could not be truly happy?
    DQ:Is other people's well-being your own personal problem?

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  7. I also couldn't find my group (sec. 14 group 2)

    FQ: According to Aristotle, what can we do to increase our chance of eudaimonia?

    DQ: What do you think we have to do to be truly happy?

    Link: http://youtu.be/n10-P1_irU4

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  8. FQ1: What is the Design Argument?
    FQ2: What Macedonian king is Aristotle supposed to have taught?

    DQ1: Do you think that one needs to be virtuous in order to realize their ultimate good as a human being?
    DQ2: Do you think that free will gives a person the right to commit evil deeds?

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  9. Anonymous3:50 PM CDT

    FQ- Who did Aristotle teach?
    DQ- What do you think true happiness is?

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