Do wealthy and freer nations have a duty to admit citizens from poorer and more oppressed countries if doing so would improve their quality of life? Why or why not? Which moral factors should a country consider when deciding who can and can’t immigrate to its lands?
Richard Tarnas asserts that Greek philosophy was, “in the view of many early Christian theologians, a divinely prearranged matrix for the rational explication of the Christian faith” (The Passion of the Western Mind, pp. 100-101). Notwithstanding, “faith was the primary means, and reason a distant second, for comprehending the deeper meaning of things” (ibid., p. […]
What ideas are needed to do moral analysis? Argue an answer to the following question: what ideas are needed to do moral analysis? In your paper, quote the works that we have read by Rawls and two other works that we read this semester.
1) In the first paragraph, you should clearly explain how we can think of Daoism as a philosophy of nature. What is it about Daoism that would encourage us to understand this religion as a way of thinking about the natural world? What is important about the fact that Daoism is based on such a […]
The Opioid Epidemic: Are doctors who over prescribe narcotic pain medication causing the opioid epidemic?
Prompt 1: Explain the challenge to the idea of human moral equality presented by Jeff McMahan (or as presented by Brian Leiter), and how a theistic account of the basis of moral equality might be able to answer this challenge. Then consider: Do you think the theistic account is successful in answering this challenge? Why […]
Description https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USZRjCBYOxc Jung’s Nine Life Lessons: 1. Look inside yourself first: When you look into yourself, what do you expect to find? Do you draw strength from an intuition, a spirit, God, etc? How wold looking inside of yourself help you live a more full life? 2. Integrate your contraries: Besides your inner gender […]
The topics to discuss: Libertarianism, Determinism, Compatibilism.Discuss Book: The Norton Introduction to Philosophy 2nd Edition
A. Explain Karl Popper’s accusation that Plato’s political philosophy is a form of totalitarianism. B. Briefly explain why Hobbes believes human beings naturally avoid living in a
Focus on the science argument more. summary and think about how they suggest Substance Dualism is true. But take a sceptical or critical attitude to the arguments and think about arguments against such as physicalism and how that would defend this study.