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For Aristotle and Wadell, a life of happiness is constituted by the virtues. TRUE OR FALSE
The question "Are values relative?" is it both ethical and epistemological?
Prove that semantic system Irr is identical to Gen
How did Socrates look for teachers of virtue? If they find no teachers of virtue, does that mean that they have proved (know) that virtue is not knowledge? How does “inspiration” differ from knowledge?
- Thoroughly describe two symbols that are used by Kiefer in Breaking of the Vessels. - does Kiefer's use of symbols that relate to the past attribute to his work being classified as Postmodern?
Why does Descartes doubt that his senses show him the way the world really is?
Discuss in detail the relationship between rights and Justice
why did the idea of a geocentric universe appear to be a matter of common sense?
Use a conversation with a friend or a family member and listen for an argument of at least three ordinary English sentences that can be translated to symbolic logical statements. Analyze one of the statements using truth tables to determine whether the translated sentence is tautologous, self-contradictory, or contingent. Next, compare two of the translated statements using truth tables to determine whether it is logically equivalent, contradictory, consistent or inconsistent. Finally, use all three statements to set up an argument using truth tables to determine the validity of the argument. If valid, why? If not, why not?
As you know from reading Keith DeRose’s “Contextualism and Knowledge Attributions,” the contextualist maintains that the truth-value of propositions of the form “S knows that p” vary across contexts of knowledge ascription. Would the truth-value of p, understood as any proposition simple or complex vary across contexts? Hint: The correct answer here will not be the same as the answer one would get from a skeptical invariantist.
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