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Philosophy 321: Final Exam Answer the six questions below (note: answer only 4a or 4b, not both; only 6a or 6b, not both). Exams should be a total of approx. 1000 to 1500 words (around 3 to 5 double-spaced pages – though you may single-space your exam). Your exam should be entirely your own words: Any degree of plagiarism from websites, unattributed material, or other sources will result, at minimum, in automatic exam failure. Late exams will not be accepted. Submit your exam to the D2L dropbox by 6pm, Friday December 11 th . 1. Nozick presents the example of Wilt Chamberlain, in defending libertarianism. Explain the example in some detail, and how it represents an argument for libertarianism. 2. Explain the point of the “monopoly game” example in relation to wealth inequality and equal opportunity, and how it relates to the critiques of capitalism by Karl Marx. 3. Explain Rawls’ reasoning regarding distributive justice in some detail. In brief
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2010 for the course PHIL 321-01 taught by Professor Matthewbrophy during the Spring '10 term at Minnesota State University, Mankato.

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