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Unformatted text preview: defend radical monism. Assess this metaphysical position by explaining and evaluating: Parmenides arguments for the claims that what exists is one, indivisible, and eternal; and Zenos arguments for the impossibility of motion. 2. According to the interpretation presented in class, Socrates/Plato argues that a theistic account of the source of normative properties (specifically piety, but by extension moral rightness) is incompatible with moral agency. Assess this position by explaining the Euthyphro dilemma, its consequences for moral agency, and its consequences for a theistic account of the source of rightness. 3. Explain and evaluate Platos argument, in the Phaedo , for the immortality of the soul; and explain how this argument is supposed to support the theory of learning developed in the Meno ....
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- Fall '07