Along with Ms Twenge’s article, you may certainly use personal experiences/examples, but they must be embedded within one of the three ethical frameworks listed above and outlined in your essay. 2.Pick at least two and no more than three of the first ten “technomoral virtues” as listed by Shannon Vallor […]
You will be graded on the following: Presentation (30%) which includes, format, and bibliographical entries; Clarity of thought (70%) which is your ability to illustrate an understanding of the topics and themes chosen for study, including explanation of issues, and lastly, the conclusions and outcomes which speak of student’s logical […]
http://www.earlymoderntexts.com/pdfs/hume1748.pdf http://www.jstor.org/stable/2108264 SWA#5 explain the connection between the philosophy of mind excerpts we read last week and the metaphysics works we read this week. specifically cite 3 examples from your readings of how metaphysical principles are direct foundational influences on philosophy of mind. Argue for one of the metaphysical theories […]
First, watch the following TED Talk: Steve Johnson: Where Good Ideas Come From (2010) 17:45— http://www.ted.com/talks/steven_johnson_where_good_ideas_come_from. Transcript is available. Based on your readings, research, and experiences, write a critical analysis essay on the role of critical thinking and its impact on the creation of ideas that solve problems. Requirements In […]
The question for the essay is: How does your own view of what constitutes to individual happiness and well-being compare with Plato’s? Consider the paramount importance of reason in Plato’s conception of the good life. Is reason’s preeminence reasonable in your eyes?