Study Guide for Test #4 (Chapters 13 16) Cultural Anthro
What is the difference between Religion, Spirituality and Supernatural?
Religion: an organized system of ideas and beliefs about the spiritual sphere or the supern
atural. Religion is a collectiv
POSCI 1: Practicing Democracy Project
Berkeley City College
This assignment is designed to give you a practical experience in being an active citizen. To meet the course
requirement you must complete ONE of the following options. This assignmen
What is language? Why is it so important to culture? What does language d
o for us? Understand linguistic nationalism, language revitalization, and the exampl
what is language? :
-language is a system of symbolic communication using sounds an
ANTHRO TEST3 STUDY GUIDE
What is the difference between marriage and mating?
Marriage : culturally sanctioned union (nonethnocentric definition) between two or m
ore people(certain rights and obligations() between the people, between them and
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Business 1A (MW 10:00-12:00)
May 24 2017
Business Homework Chapter 11-12
11-1A. Dividends Per Share
Swan Creek Company has 40,000 shares of cumulative preferred 2% stock, $60 par and 50,000
shares of $50 par common
Anthropology is the study of
humankind around the world and throughout time (be specific)
What are the four subfields of Anthropology and how are they related to each other?
Cultural, linguistic, biological, archaeology each field is interrelated to
Tips and pointers for parenthetical citations.
One commentator notes, Another factor of the pictures appeal, even ignoring the caption, is its
nostalgic resonance. Ermahgerd was a cognitive flashback for millennials (King).
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Business 1A Financial Accounting
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What is gross profit?
What are selling expenses; Administrative( ) expenses?
selling exp.(advertise,delivery,sales,depreci.misc.)/admin.(general operations of bus./office salaries)
Multiple-step Income statement
Analysis of Knowledge
The goal olthe next few chapters is to try to get clearer aboutjust what 'IlmS/mr
cfw_lard View says and what implications it has. While doing this we will not call
Into (lllt'stion the truth of The Stan
A Brief Guide to Logic
When a philosopher tackles a question, her aim is not just to answer it. Her aim
is to provide an argument for her answer and so to present her audience with
reasons for believing what she believes. When you read a
PHIL 1: Introduction to Philosophy (Online Only)
BCC Spring 2017
Dr. Ari Krupnick
And by appointment
The Problem of Evil
1. With each of the following arguments, add premisesperhaps just one, perhaps
more than oneto each argument so that the resulting argument is valid. Make
sure that the premises that you add are working in combination wi
Part of what you will be doing this semester is making regular contributions to
forums. The purpose of the forums is to give you, the students, a chance to
discuss the readings completely on your own terms. When you answer
Rosen. et. al
Does God Exist?
The Ontological Argument
1. Consider this argument:
Either Anselm was a poet or he was a preacher
Anselm was not a preacher
Anselm was a poet
Is this argum
Rosen et. al.
A Brief Guide to Logic and Argumentation
1. Consider the following argument:
All philosophers study logic. Hillary Clinton is a philosopher. Therefore,
Hillary Clinton studies logic.
This argument has two premises. Write them down
Obstacles to Critical Thinking
Thinking critically means that we are thinking in ways that ensure we always have
good reasons backing up our beliefs.
This means we must not believe X because:
- We like X and want it to be true (wishful thinking)
Overview of Meta-Ethical Positions
Meta Ethics: Cultural Relativism
Lecture 10 Summer School PHIL 102
Moral claims, beliefs, rules are objectively true or false; their truth or falsity holds for all people (cultures)
Absolutism (Extreme Absolutism
Meta Ethics: Cultural Relativism
Lecture 9 Summer School PHIL 102
Q: If you were going to be skeptical about morality, what kinds of things would you say? Q: What makes the following statements true?
Mt Cook is 37, 089m high Too muc
Normative Ethical Theories
Normative Ethics: Comparisons
Lecture 8 Summer School PHIL 102
In the history of Western moral philosophy:
Aristotelian Ethics (Aristotle: 384-322 BC) Kantian Ethics (Kant: 1784-1804) Bentham/Mill Utilitarianism (Benth
What is a virtue?
Aristotelian Virtue Ethical denition:
Lecture 7 Summer School PHIL 102
A virtue is a character trait that (together with phronesis) is needed to achieve eudaimonia. Character trait 1. A disposition or tendency to act
Consequences and following duties or moral rules are not all that matter The rightness and wrongness of actions is related to virtues or moral character Not just focused on right action but also: a. what kind of person to be (a virtuous
Kant and Rule Utilitarianism
An act is right if it follows a rule which, if almost everyone adopted it, would produce the most utility
Lecture 5 Summer School PHIL 102
Act only according to that maxim by wh
Basic Insights of Deontology
Consequences are not all that matter
Lectures 4 Summer School PHIL 102
Duties, rules or principles determine rightness of acts Some: positive duties (what ought to do) Kant: Constraints on action (wha
Act Utilitarianism & Rule Utilitarianism
Lecture 3 Summer School PHIL 102
An act is right if the action, itself, maximises happiness The principle of utility is applied directly to all our acts on a case by case
Basic Insights of Utilitarianism
Lecture 2 Summer School PHIL 102
Consequences: The rightness and wrongness of acts is solely a matter of the goodness and badness of their consequences Maximising: We should seek to maximis
Introductions and business
Introduction to Ethics
Summer School PHIL 102
Course booklet Tutorials Lecture Notes Readings Assessment
What is Philosophy?
Content (what its about): common, central and contestable concepts Method: emphasi