Love in genesis- duty to someone else but a duty that you want to do. Not negative. You
want to fill that duty for the sake of the other person. Bond/obligation to someone else
that araises from wanted to achieve goodness. Cain-Abe
1. Natural hunger for power may prevent the fulfillment of contracts
a. Sovereign=common power to protect the fulfillment of contracts and punish offenders
b. Uses fear to protect contracts
2. Artificial force established via the contract established by t
1. Law of nature derived thru reason
a. Affirms self-preservation
b. Condemns acts destructive to life
i. Does not need to be written down because it can be deduced by oneself
2. Natural Man must seek peace to preserve ones life
1. Finally recognizes that God is made of a substance that does not take up any spatial area
2. He becomes shocked that a smart rhetorician like Victorinus would convert to Catholicism.
3. However, he still does not convert because he feels as though his
Paper 3 Plato and Euripides
3. Why does Socrates not escape from Prison with Crito? Do you think he is right not to do so?
Socrates does not escape from prison with Crito because it would be unjust for him to break the
What is justice?
1. Sex and fertility are continuous themes throughout Genesis, particularly in connection with the female figures.
Discuss this theme as it pertains to one female character or a female relationship. There are two ways this
question can be approached: eith
HBC Iliad Question Prompts
1. When she meets him by the Scaean Gates in Book 6, Andromache pleads with Hector to take a stand
against the Greeks at a strategically important but relatively safe position on the walls of Troy. Hector
then explains to her wh
Pleasurable amusements are conducive to happiness but they dont lead to happiness.
The nature of virtue (takes constant use/practice). Pleasure is usually in excess
and does not follow the mean so it goes against virtue.
2. One who is just and follows the law will be virtuous
a. Virtue=own moral state
b. Justice=relations with one another
i. Universal justice=generally good/fair
ii. Particular=material obj