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Unformatted text preview: B. whether God exists C. whether morality still makes sense D. whether only human beings are free 6. For Blatchford, the appearance of free choice_____________. A. is grounded in fact B. is the result of competition between desires over which we have no control C. is very easy to dispel D. is essential to maintaining social stability 7. According to Blatchford, why is all praise and blame undeserved? A. because God works in mysterious ways B. because of fate C. because no one can do otherwise than they did D. none of these choices Part II T or F 8. In each of Blachfords examples he appeals to heredity and environment to explain the hypothetical behavior in question. 9. Blachford explains a persons hesitation between two choices as a conflict between temperament and training. 10. According to Blachford, everyone but the insane should be held responsible for their behavior....
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2011 for the course PHIL 1050 taught by Professor Ashleyhardcastle during the Spring '08 term at North Texas.
- Spring '08