The Philosophy of Abortion
In the philosophy of abortion Kreeft and Boonin have very different views on abortion.
Kreeft feels that to show that abortion is wrong, it must be defended by law, while Boonin thinks
that voluntary acts does not give consent.
In the debate: Is the Foundation of Morality Natural or Supernatural with William Lane
Craig vs. Sam Harris both men agreed that moral objectivity existed and that there was a good and bad;
however, Craig is theist and Harris is an atheist.
Craig opened u
Monday, September 26, 2016
Introduction to Logic-Midterm 1
- argument- in its simplest form, it is a group of statements, one or more of which
(premises) are claimed to provide support for; or reasons to believe, one of the others
Antecedent: the proposition after the if in a conditional
Argument: a group of statements in which one is claimed to follow from the
Cogent: A strong argument with all true premises
Conclusion: The statement in an argument that is claimed to fo
Logic Test #1
Appeal to force
Clue: One of the premises suggest that something bad (or good) might happen to the
Suppressed premise: avoiding the threatened bad (or garnering good) is good to accept
Fallacy: When the ba