Jan 27th 2011
Socrates gives three arguments to Crito that it is unjust to break the law and thus it is unjust for him to
escape. Which of these arguments is strongest and why do you think so?
The argument in which he sta
Introduction to Western Philosophy
Name Briana Baillie
What is the meaning of Socrates' last words? How might these last words sum up the whole of Platos
philosophy? In response explain something about Platos metaphysics and epist
ptions and arrives ultimately to an unhypothesized/unassumed First Principle (the Good)]
M ethod]; Two reasons why Understanding is inferior to Knowledge:
Study Guide Test 1
e senses: E.g., Humans, Animals, Plants, Artifacts)
Test 2 Study Guide
cogito, ergo sumI think therefore I am. Said by Descartes; the starting point of
Substance The unchanging essence of something, what reality is made of.
Materialism Reality is made of only one substa
The idea of a just war has been an integral part of western societies for many centuries,
and the most controversial proposition of just war theory that, sometimes, states may have moral
justifications for resulting to armed force, has been a main focus
October 4, 2015
The Four Noble Truths
How many Buddhist monks does it take to change a lightbulb?
A: NoneThe lightbulb must change from within. The joke is meant to explain how we
must change the fuel which burns the fire. Just li