Reflection Paper 3
Could you continue to drive your car if you seriously considered the possibility that you would be in an accident that killed you or one of your passengers as a serious possible outcome of your choice to drive?
Is it really the case that getting wherever you’re going more quickly is worth the risk? Or is it just that you don’t feel like it’s going to happen, your experience so far inclines you to believe it’s very unlikely, that you’re not the sort of person to whom such things happen? Or, alternatively, how many of us continue to eat meat and drive automobiles despite the fact that we know—or, at least, the scientists know—that the future consequences of climate change will be extreme and irreversible if we continue to act as if nothing’s wrong?
Philosophical considerations of religion and rationality on social morality:Discuss?
Paper Topics and Paper Word Lengths:
Paper 1: Argue an answer to the following question:
Do humans have a permanent interest in being happy? In your answer, quote the works by Mill that we have read. Paper 1 should be 500 to 750 words.
EDUC703-REPLIES-Discussion: U.S. Founding Through Progressive Movement
Ch. 11 – Question 7
What motivation drove Gen. Howard in his educational reform?
Chapter 12 Question 1:
How does Native American Philosophy of education differ from traditional European perspectives on learning?
Socialism vs Capitalism
Choose a side and argue why it is better then the other while still understanding and acknowledging why someone would choose the other point of view.
Is the unexamined life worth living? Discuss.According to Socrates, it is not. Socrates does not consider any counterarguments to his famous claim in the Apology. In this paper, defend or criticize the claim that the unexamined life is not worth living via philosophical argument.
Discuss Martin Buber’s theory as it relates to the book The Little Prince, the Baraka Documentary, and The Great Wall of Los Angeles artwork.
Analyze chapter 2 6 and 10 of the book What does it all mean by Thomas nagel
Divine command theory
What is the divine command theory? Why is it considered an approbative ethical theory? Evaluate the theory (i.e. either defend or criticize the theory).
Is human actions of the same nature as animal actions:Discuss?