Truth 2.9 - Justice: Objective = the thing being though...

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Justice: Objective = the thing being though about Subject= the person doing the thinking 1. Ethical Truth a. Cultural variation b. 7opinions c. How can we know? d. Exceptions made it hard to say what is true e. Absolutism: opposite to relativism f. .” Radical doubt is a process that scrutinizes a belief through association of four arguments; The Argument from the Unreliability of the Senses, The Argument from Dreaming, The Argument from Insanity, and The Argument from the “Evil Demon.” f.i. . The Argument from the Unreliability of the Senses explains the possibility of our senses deceiving us through perceptions such as illusions, which means that a belief based on our senses provides room from reasonable doubt. f.ii. The Argument from Dreaming describes our most vivid dreams have the ability to give physical reactions and are so closely connected to our waking reality that at that time we believe the dream is real. f.ii.1. Experiences have the opportunity to being false f.iii. The Argument from Insanity states that if a person were mentally ill it is common that they are unable to distinguish reality from their delusion. f.iv.
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course PHIL 111 taught by Professor Jean during the Spring '06 term at Cal Poly.

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Truth 2.9 - Justice: Objective = the thing being though...

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