Catari 1
Craig Payne
Modern Philosophy
Quiz #1
Chapter 15
1.Descartes is called the Father of Modern Philosophy because he came with new ideas,
which were against the philosophical traditions at that time. Therefore, he rejects the
philosophy from philoso
Catari 1
Craig Payne
Modern Philosophy
Quiz #2
Chapter 19
15. Locke believed that people have natural rights that are not given to them by the
government because he claims that everyone has natural, God-given rights from the time
that we start to exist. T
Perimeter & Area Worksheet 2 Key
Name
Solve the problems below using your knowledge of perimeter and area concepts.
1. A piece of cardboard has a length of 13 in and a width of 5 in. What is the perimeter?
P = 36 in
2. A triangular-shaped rug has a base o
Perimeter & Area Worksheet 1
Name
Solve the problems below using your knowledge of perimeter and area concepts.
1. A game card has a length of 10 centimeters and a width of 5 centimeters. What is its perimeter?
2. A parallelogram has a base of 3 inches an
Perimeter & Area Worksheet 2
Name
Solve the problems below using your knowledge of perimeter and area concepts.
1. A piece of cardboard has a length of 13 in and a width of 5 in. What is the perimeter?
2. A triangular-shaped rug has a base of 9 feet and a
Circumference & Area Worksheet 2
Name
Solve the problems below using your knowledge of circumference and area concepts. Use 3.14 for Pi.
1. If the diameter of a circle is 6 in, then what is its radius?
2. If the radius of a circle is 2.5 cm, then what is
Circumference & Area Worksheet 1
Name
Solve the problems below using your knowledge of circumference and area concepts. Use 3.14 for Pi.
1. What is the diameter of a circle with radius of 7 inches?
2. What is the circumference of a circle with diameter of
Circumference & Area Worksheet 1 Key
Name
Solve the problems below using your knowledge of circumference and area concepts. Use 3.14 for Pi.
1. What is the diameter of a circle with radius of 7 inches?
D = 14 in
2. What is the circumference of a circle wi
Name
Perimeter & Area Worksheet 3 Key
Solve the problems below using your knowledge of perimeter and area concepts.
1. A piece of paper has a length of 12 cm and a width of 8 cm. What is its perimeter?
P = 40 cm
2. A parallelogram has a base of 13 in and
Perimeter & Area Worksheet 1 Key
Name
Solve the problems below using your knowledge of perimeter and area concepts.
1. A game card has a length of 10 centimeters and a width of 5 centimeters. What is its perimeter?
P = 30 cm
2. A parallelogram has a base
Perimeter & Area Worksheet 3
Name
Solve the problems below using your knowledge of perimeter and area concepts.
1. A piece of paper has a length of 12 cm and a width of 8 cm. What is its perimeter?
2. A parallelogram has a base of 13 in and a height of 6
David Kish,
Craig Payne
Intro to Ethical Conflicts
03.30.2015
Chapter 10 Euthanasia
The whole brain death is a precisely defined clinical diagnosis based on generally
accepted criteria. One would be considered to have a whole brain death if he or she has
David Kish,
Craig Payne
Intro to Ethical Conflicts
03.30.2015
Chapter 9
Feminist Thought
Three types of explanation for the male-female difference in morality are:
1. Proposes differences in the psychosexual development of the two sexes
This is the Freudi
David Kish,
Craig Payne
Intro to Ethical Conflicts
03.04.2015
Chapter 8
According to Aristotle there are two different type of virtues: intellectual virtues and
moral virtues. The intellectual virtues are the excellences of mind, things like the ability t
David Kish,
Craig Payne
Intro to Ethical Conflicts
03.30.2015
Chapter 7
Natural Law and Natural Rights
Natural law theory is a body of principles/perspective laws/moral laws telling us how
we ought to behave. What he ought to do can be found by looking at
David Kish,
Craig Payne
Intro to Ethical Conflicts
03.16.2015
Chapter 5 Kants Moral Theory
According to Kants moral theory, consequence is not the moral worth of an action,
opposing utilitarianism. Lets take a look at one of the examples he gives which I
David Kish,
Craig Payne
Intro to Ethical Conflicts
03.16.2015
Chapter 6 Contractarianism
Hobbes saw individuals competing with each other and having never ending conflicts
which makes us enemies. According to Hobbes, people exist in a state of nature in w
Chapter 4: Problem #2
1. $22 * 12 months * 6 years = $1,584 of total cost for banking fees.
Chapter 5: Problem #4
Gross Income: $920
Taxes Deducted: $150
Take Home Salary: $770
1). 770-105=13.65%
2). 770-20%=154
She can afford the loan of $150 per month.
David Kish,
Craig Payne
Intro to Ethical Conflicts
03.04.2015
Chapter 3
The differences between psychological egoism and ethical egoism. Psychological
egoism is a theory about what people are like, and the different ways we can understand that.
Psychologi
David Kish,
Craig Payne
Intro to Ethical Conflicts
03.04.2015
Chapter 2
What is ethical relativism? There are many different definitions that are a lot easier to
understand and to agree with e.g. according to some philosophers, ethical relativism is a
the
David Kish,
Craig Payne
Intro to Ethical Conflicts
03.22.2015
Chapter 1 Ethics and Ethical Reasoning
The Divine theory states that an action is morally good because they are Gods
will/commandment for us. Therefore, things that are good for are good becaus
Find types of scale and proportion as explained in the text (an
example for a specific scale and an example of a specific
proportion). Explain why they are each type. Use images in the
book outside of Chapter three. Explain which images you are
referring
Refer to your results from the Survey on Knowledge in Learning Unit 3 and
to previous course content on epistemology. Then, in a single post, respond
fully to each of the following questions:
1.
According to the results of the survey, with which of the
fo
Refer to your results from the Surveys on the MindBody Problem and
Freedom and Determinism in Learning Units 4 and 5 and to previous
course content on metaphysics. Then, in a single post, respond fully to
each of the following questions:
Explain your posi