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What philosophical question/s have you asked in the past or is asking right now? and what makes your question personally significant?


Before the American Revolution, public education by the Spaniards primarily
promoted religions and emphasized class status. After the Revolution, Americans
began to see education as a means to create productive citizens, reform society, and
build up nationalism among Filipinos. Education became viewed as the tool to meet the
needs of humanity rather than to teach religion. The American Revolution did not wipe
out poverty or take children out of school. Nor was the American Revolution responsible
for making Filipinos more religious. The American Revolution did not bring about the
unification of any level of education.

Basing on the historical development of Philippine education, discuss its
impact on the present educational system. Do you think their educational
influences has any effect on this pandemic times?
Describe and explain the main features of the conception of liberty as independence/non-domination. What does the republican tradition mean by dependence or domination? Who live as slaves according to republicanism? Why? Discuss Wollstonecraft’s view of autonomy.
describe and explain the main features of the conception of liberty as self-realization. For Aristotle, Arendt, and Diogenes how do we become free? Discuss the ‘normativity of human nature.’
Describe and explain the main features of the conception of liberty as intrapersonal non-interference. For Plato, Mill, Marx, and Freud how do we cause the loss of our own liberty? What can we do?
Discuss Hobbes’s conceptions of liberty, the state of nature, and Leviathan. Discuss coercion.
What is Bertrand Russell's reasons for studying philosophy? How does he convince the reader that his point is valid?
20. All whales are mammals.
All mammals are animals.
Therefore, all animals are whales.
a) fallacy of four terms b) illicit major c) illicit minor d) undistributed middle
21. All terriers are dogs.
But all terriers are mammals.
Therefore, some mammals are dogs.
a) Figure 1, AAI b) figure 3, AII c) figure 3, AAI d) figure 1, AII
22. Every cobra is a snake.
But no worm is a cobra.
Therefore, no worm is a snake.
a) Valid, Figure 2, AEE b) invalid, illicit major c) valid, figure 1, AEE d) invalid, undistributed middle
23. Some drinks are poisonous.
But all juices are drinks.
Therefore, some juices are poisonous.
a) Valid, Figure 1, IAI b) invalid, illicit minor c) valid, figure 1, OAO d) invalid, undistributed middle
24. What fallacy is committed in the syllogism "All mothers are female.
But some students are female.
Therefore, some students are mothers.
a) illicit minor
b) undistributed middle.
c)fallacy of four terms
d) illicit major
Hume suggests, that instead of selves in the world there might be bundles of perceptions, i.e., a concentration of mental experiences without any specific essence. Do you agree with Hume?
Duty to Die? (Euthanasia)
Suppose that you are adamantly against the view that anyone ever has a “duty to die,” no matter how much care/resources it would take to keep someone alive, or the quality of life it is possible for that person to achieve using those resources. Suppose we were to get Universal Health Care in this country, such that every citizen has access to a pool of money that all able pay into. How would this affect your position on the duty to die of someone who is unable to pay, out of their own pocket, for the preservation of their life. Explain what factors you would consider, taking utilitarian approach (pleasure minus pain, intensity, duration, fruitfulness, likelihood).
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