My aim is to present a conception of justice which generalizes and carries to a higher level of
abstraction the familiar theory of the social contract as found, say, in Locke, Rousseau, and Kant.
In order to do this we are not to think of the original con
Is it ever acceptable to lie?
What is a lie
Intro to theoretical ethics
Two perspective we wont be dealing with
Intro to utilitarianism
What is a Lie?
Saying what isnt true- you could be wrong, being wrong isnt lying
When you lie you: make an a
Human Being Morally Responsible for their Actions
December 2nd, 2016
Word count: 1177
Are human beings ever morally responsible for their actions? has been a question that
has been argued till present day.
Sullivan had announced he would fight all contenders-except black ones. "I will not fight a
negro. I never have and never shall.
Across "America, white newspapers pleaded with Jeffries to vindicate Anglo-Saxon manhood
and save civilization by vanq
Jeffries agreed to fight, reportedly explaining, "I am going into this fight for the sole purpose of
proving that a white man is better than a Negro
He was convicted of crossing state lines with his mistress and of giving her money and presents.
Vast Differences in Wealth in Society
March 17th, 2017
Word count: 1279
The struggle to establish a just society has been in the works for hundreds of years.
Political theories and ideas have attempted to f
How can you devide a pie?
In terms of desire
In terms if desrvingness
Right way to do it, could depend on the situation
Justice in health care
Health care is limited resource and must be rationed
This is even
Topic #1: The Natural Lottery
1a: Rawls claims that the natural lottery is an unfair gift given to many individuals who
do not deserve it. It is unfair that some people are born into a wealthy family and still
THIS AGREEMENT made this _ Day of _, _2017, by and
Herein called Landlord,
and _ and _
Herein called Tenant(s).
Landlord hereby agrees to rent to Tenant the dwelling located at:
under the following terms and conditions.
Outline the features of the original position. Why does Rawls think that the fundamental agreements
reached from this position would be fair? Do you agree? Explain why or why not.
The features of the original position is that people would not know what so
Soul making Hick
John hick believes in the Irenaean theodicy where everything is revolved around the personmaking world. He believes that humankind goes through an evolutionary process where they
start out as an immature creature which ultimately
In this paper, I will be dissecting and discussing the nutritional importance of a
chicken salad made with grilled chicken breast (skinned). I will be specifically focusing
on the macronutrients. I will be concentrating primarily on the chicken breast por
What is death?
Many people think it is a continuation of life in another place or another condition
We will assume that it is extinction
Is death an evil for the person who dies -> Nagel: yes
-> Epicurus, Williams: no
Willimas: eventual death is g
Rawls Theory of Justice
February 14th, 2017
Word count: 1026
Rawls begins his argument by generalizing justice by introducing the concept of justice
as fairness. The original position, a theory whic
Read Moller-Okin "Forty Acres and a Mule for Women" (Available online)
Feminists like Moller-Okin have pointed out that Rawls often describes the individuals in the
original position as "heads of families". Why do they think that this a problem if one wan
1. Identify the scriptural passages that Luther cites which argue for and against the use of force by
Christians. See sections I and II.
In the first section, Luther cited pages which encourages the use of
I have an exam coming up on November 1st so I began to start studying. Before I continued my
studying for today, I began to do some exercises in order to calm myself to down to reduce my
stress which will ultimately lead me to have a productive
Descartes does not use the famous phrase "I think, therefore I am" in the Meditations (it appears in
other works), but he clearly has this in mind when he writes "I am, I exist, is necessarily true whenever it
is put forward by me or conceived in my mind"
Emotion (CH 10)
To guide you every feeling has its value and significance
Signals that ofer direction on what we are meant to do with our lives (blissed, pissed, or
dissed) od something with those emotions, to serve you well, to stay safe.
Briefly outline the difference between justice in acquisition, justice in transfer and justice in
rectification. Give an example of a kind of transfer of goods that Nozick thinks is always unjust.
Do you agree that this sort of transfer is always unjust?
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The Elements of the Treatment Process
Insight Therapy i.e. talking therapy. Roots found in Freudian psychology.
Clients engage in complex verbal interactions with therapists.
Goal pursue increased insight regarding the nature of clients
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- abnormal behaviour as a disease (illness, disorder, psychopathology)
Criteria of Abnormal Behaviour (lecture)
- socially deviant behaviour
- maladaptive behaviour
- impaired functioning
- performance in your
19. Which of the following theorists most heavily influenced the functionalist pioneer, William James? a.
Charles Darwin. b. Sigmund Freud c. B.F. Skinner d. John Watson
20. Which school of psychology stressed that psychology should study the pu
28. What is Leta Hollingworth most well-known for? a. debunking theories that proposed that women
are inferior to men b. founding one of the early psychology laboratories in America c. being the first
woman to receive a Ph.D. in psychology d. being the fi
PSYCHOLOGY 1010D 6.0
Dr. Doug McCann
the good, the bad, the ugly of
The good - Psychology is. the study of
you (nothing is more interesting/important than you)
The bad what others will think of this.
Consciousness, then, does not appear to itself
chopped up in bits. Such words as 'chain' or 'train' do
not describe it fitly as it presents itself in the first
instance. It is nothing jointed; it flows. A 'river' or a
'stream' are the metaph
And how to do it research methods
First, classroom etiquette.
Classroom etiquette 101
Cell phones off
Questions see me at the end of lecture (not beginning/midd
August 31, 2007
LONDON (AP) Diana was solemnly remembered
Friday at a service attended by the Queen, Prince
Charles, her sons William and Harry, and her own family
on the 10th anniversary of her death in a Paris car crash.
Memory: Good and Bad AJ a
LECTURE 7: Learning Behaviorism
a relatively permanent change in
immediate or potential behavior that
results from experience
Classical Conditioning (Pavlov)
Operant Conditioning (Skinner)
Social Learning Theory (Bandu
:SENSATION & PERCEPTION
Sensation: your window to the world
Perception: interpreting what comes in your
Tedious topic or fascinating topic?
Key to this is
Distal stimulus. Vs proximal stimulus
In between, sensory organ, brain,