According to Iris Marion Young in “Throwing Like a Girl,” what do women’s ways of positioning and moving their bodies reveal about “the structures of feminine existence”? p. 30/4Avoid using secondary sources
In the history of the philosophy of religion,Pascal’s wager is one of the most famous sets of arguments in apologetic philosophy offered by a French philosopher, physicist, and mathematician designed to advance his claim that despite the fact that there is no empirical evidence for the existence of God, it still makes rational sense to […]
Moral Theory A Assignment Moral Theory Assignment: Of the three moral theorists (Mill, Kant, and Aristotle) which do you think has the best approach to ethics? What advantages does this view have over the others? What criticisms might be raised against your preferred view? A good paper will also consider (maybe briefly) how you would […]
Explain the difference between primary and secondary qualities. Then, briefly explain why Locke believes that qualities like warmth and coldness are secondary rather than primary.
Define and discuss the Socratic Method of inquiry and explain how Plato and Aristotle built on this model to form their own theories.Description
(a) Using the Writer’s Corner, which source did you find most helpful in understanding plagiarism and why? b) What is truth? What is wisdom? What do you find most interesting about the philosophy of Stoicism?
Science and moral decision-making Playing God (podcast) Emanuel et al. “How the Coronavirus May Force Doctors to Decide Who Can Live and Who Dies” Emanuel et al. “Fair Allocation of Scarce Medical Resources in the Time of Covid-19”
Complete reflection piece by answering one of these questions in the homework journal, found under the Homework Journal link At the beginning of the Carr’s article, he quotes the British statesman, Henry Taylor, who said that “falsehood ceases to be falsehood when it is understood on all sides that the truth is not expected to […]
Argument Reconstruction . It is your task to pick one of the arguments from the reading and then reconstruct it in the standard argument form. Argument Analysis: After reconstructing the argument, the rest of your response should be an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the argument. You must determine whether the argument is […]
Social Work – Evidence based Choose an assessment toolkit to critically evaluate. What evidence is this toolkit based on? What are the strengths and weaknesses? Learning Outcome 3: Be able to describe and analyse an evidence based framework used to inform professional decision making