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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Section 14, Group 2

Our class did not have enough time to discuss in our groups, but we brought a great question that was asked before, do you believe that the development arts and sciences has improved society as a whole?  If so, why?


Justin

6 comments:

  1. FQ: What does synthetic knowledge require?
    FQ: T/F Kant thought that sometimes it is okay to lie.
    DQ: How do you measure happiness?
    Link: http://youtu.be/thuAEeJCcck

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  2. Anonymous3:57 PM CST

    What book did Kent write that explored the limits of thought?
    Is reasoning more important that actions?
    Before Bentham, who suggested the happiness approach to morality?
    Does the pleasure of an aristocrat count more than the pleasure of an poor man?

    Jessika Acosta

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  3. For Nov. 13th:
    FQ: What was Minerva the goddess of?
    FQ: T/F Hegel's philosophy was hard to understand.
    FQ: T/F John Stuart Mill was an optimist.
    DQ: What are your thoughts on evolution?
    Link: http://youtu.be/eAloeLyACNA

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  4. For Nov. 18th:
    FQ: What is the name of Kierkegaard's most popular book?
    FQ: What kind of struggle did Marx say we have?
    DQ: What are your views on capitalism?
    Link: http://youtu.be/mH9kYn4L8TI

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  5. For Nov. 20th:
    FQ: Where do they say pragmatism started?
    FQ: What is it called when someone accidentally tells a wish he didn't realize he had?
    DQ: Are you tough-minded or tender-minded?
    Link: http://youtu.be/wHWbZmg2hzU

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  6. For Nov. 25th:
    FQ: What kind of philosopher was Sartre?
    DQ: Why do you think people are drawn to religion?
    Link: http://youtu.be/gvOcjzQ32Fw

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