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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Section 13, Group 3

Today we talked outside about dreaming. We talked about the types of dreams that we have had, and the possibility of having a philosophical idea present itself in a dream . We also talked about lucid dreaming, and how that might contribute to one's philosophy on life.

4 comments:

  1. FQs:
    1. T/F Hume believed the Design Argument proved God's existence.
    2. T/F Rousseau rather be in a city then a forest.
    DQs:
    1. Do you believe in a spiritual world?
    2. Have you ever had a life altering moment like Rousseau?
    Link:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OK9Xn3_12wU
    This is similar to how Hume says you cant just believe something will always happen because it has in the past.

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  2. "Hume"
    FQs
    1)Did Hume believe that the Design Argument was based on bad logic?
    2)Who was one of Hume's brilliant contemporaries that made a significant impact on political philosophy?
    DQs
    1) Do you believe that the world appears to be designed? If so, do you think God is the designer?
    2) Does being in touch with your spirituality help you to connect with the world from a more profound perspective?

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  3. Jim Bratton8:57 AM CST

    FQs and DQs for November 3

    "Hume, Rousseau"
    FQs
    1. What was the name of Hume's first book?
    2. Why had the Catholic Church banned several of Hume's books?
    DQs
    1. Do you believe that people should have their own "General Will"?

    "Millican, Phillipson, Lane"
    FQs
    1. (T/F) Millican says that David Hume was one of the great philosophers of the Early Modern Period
    2. What was the name of Adam Smith's first book?
    3. What was commercial society driven by?

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  4. Couldn't find my group's author post so I posted here
    FQ:
    In Hume's words what do miracles consist of?
    DQ:
    Would an "architect" (God) make us flawed and is that proof to Hume's argument? Or is there no proof in both notions just conjecture?

    Link:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/18/science-god-biology-astronomy-physics-deity_n_1894010.html

    Article about if science will rule out god by the huffington post

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