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What kind of argument is being given at the bottom of p. 89? - inductive Which of the following captures JL Mackie's attitude toward religious experience? - They cannot be trusted, because they are distinguished from experiences with a known psychological or physical cause. Which of the following states Swinburne's Principle of Credulity? - In the absence of reasons to the contrary, if something seems to be present, then it probably is present. What does the claim that genuine religious experiences are ineffable mean? - That they cannot be put into words. According to William James it is always wrong to believe anything on insufficient evidence. - False What kind of justification for believing that God exists is supposed to be given by Pascal's Wager? - Question options: Pragmatic justification. What are the two "ways of looking at our duty in the matter of opinion," according to James? - 2.4 2.5
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According to Patricia Churchland, neuroscience and behavioral biology are revealing the _______ that make us who we are. - mechanisms Churchland agrees with the view that because the brain is a causal mechanism there really is no such thing as actual free will. - False Patricia Churchland thinks that free will, defined as self-control, is consistent with the view that behavior is caused by the brain and that the brain is a causal mechanism. - True Patricia Churchland is a compatibilist. - True Hard determinists do not believe in free will - True Libertarians (not the political ideology) are incompatibilists. - True According to compatibilists, if choices are not determined by what Locke called "the preferences of the Mind" then they are random and uncontrolled. - True Which of the following best captures the compatibilist's understanding of the sense in which freedom requires the possibility that one "could do otherwise"? - The phrase "could do otherwise" implicitly includes the hypothetical "if you had wanted to Which of the following figures was a critic of the Lockean, compatibilist notion of freedom? - William Rowe Which of the following best captures the libertarian understanding of the requirement that one's actions are free only if one "could do otherwise"? - This condition must be understood in absolute terms, so that not only your actions, but also the mental states constituting your will could have been otherwise. According to Richard Taylor, when an action is both free and rational it is done for a reason and this reason is the cause of the action. - False According to Richard Taylor, when actions are free it is agents themselves, rather than the mental states of agents, such as beliefs and desires, that are the cause of the action. - True According to Sartre our essence precedes our existence. - False Sartre thought that there are always certain elements of our identity that are causally determined by nature and nurture, and that philosophical wisdom consists in resigning ourselves to this fact. - False Which of the following did Sartre assert in the essay "Existentialism is a Humanism"? - First of
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all, man exists, turns up, appears on the scene, and, only afterwards, defines himself.
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