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1. Suppose I"'If B and (2.. then A”. It follows that a.
b. B is necessary.r for A
B and C are both necessarvforfi. c. A is sufficient for B
d. A is sufficient for E E'. B and C are sufficient for A How do 1ll'ou show thatjustified true belief is not sufficient for knowledge? Provide an exam ple of a false belief that cou nts as knowledge b. 'Give an example ofa justified false belief c. lEonso'uct a case in which someone has justified true belief that is not knowledge d. Showthat is someone knows that p, then p must be true E. Provide an exam ple of knowledge that is notjustified true belief What is the conclusion of Hume’s argument against incl uctioniI
a. We don’t know anv'd'Iing about the future or the unobserved b. Deduction does not provide good reasons for our beliefs c. The principal ofthe uniformitv of nature isjustified bv induction
d. We donft know anvtl'ling about the past or the present e. Some events are not casually determined hr prior events What is Cartesian skepticism?
a. We don’t know anvd'ling about the intrinsic properties of things
b. We don’t know anv'd'ling about the future C. None of our inductive beliefs are justified d. We don’t know anv'd'ling about the external world E'. Knowledge is not justified true belief Which of the following best captures Moore’s response to Cartesian skepo'cism?
a. The standards for knowledge change from one context to another b. c.
d. E. It’s conceivable for the mind to exist without the bodv I know I have hands, so I know I‘m not dreaming
I know that the future will resemble the past I know about the extrinsic properties of things, but not intrinsic properties What is Cartesian Dualism? No one knows anything about the world b. The mind is a non-spatiaL immaterial substance
c. The mind is a phvsical, material substance d. It’s impossible to have a mind without a body e. All of I.iour experiences could be taking place in a skeptical scenario
Which of the following is incompatible with Aristotle’s idea of Eudaimoniai" b.
e. It has to do with the rafional element ofthe soul It stands in an internal relation with the virtuu
It could oonsist in one or two supremeiv virtuous actions It is where all the chains of our pu rsu ii: of goods terminate
It means human flourishing

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