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Ch9-What was Descartes's proposal, and how did his scholastic education influence it?
Ch9-Give a brief summary of the role methodic doubt plays in Descartes's overall effort to discover certain knowledge.
Ch9-How is skepticism important to Cartesian philosophy?
Ch9-What is the evil genius, and what is its significance to the Cartesian Genesis?
Ch9-Can Evil Genius refute the cogito? Is there any way to "refute" the cogito?
Ch10-Outline the development of the "epistemological turn" from Descartes through Locke and Berkeley to Hume.
Ch10-In your own words, reconstruct the basic empirical critique of rationalism.
Ch10-What is the 'tabula rasa' What is its significance to Locke's empiricism?
Ch10-Explain the philosophical significance of the question "Does a tree falling in the forrest make a should if no one is there to hear it?" Then answer it as Berkeley would.
Ch10-Why is the distinction between impressions and ideas important to Hume's philosophy?
9. Answer the following questions (Ch 11&12)
Ch11-Why did Kant think it necessary to posit the existence of the noumenal world?
Ch11-How does Kant answer Hume's bundle theory of the self? Do you think he is successful?
Ch11-Describe the moral dimension as Kant understood it.
Ch11-Explain the reasoning behind Kant's efforts to make morality a matter of motives, not consequences.
Ch11-What is a good will, according to Kant, and why does he claim that the only thing good in itself is a good will?
Ch12-What is "the Malthusian universe"?
Ch12-What role does psychological egoism play in Bentham's simple utilitarianism?
Ch12-Did Bentham include animals in the moral domain? Why or Why not?
Ch12-What was Mill's crisis? How did it affect his subsequent philosophizing?
Ch12-How does Mill account for the predominance of lower pleasure? Do you agree? Why?
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Ch9-What was Descartes's proposal, and how did his scholastic education influence it?
Ch9-Give a brief summary of the role methodic doubt plays in Descartes's overall effort to discover certain knowledge.
Ch9-How is skepticism important to Cartesian philosophy?
Ch9-What is the evil genius, and what is its significance to the Cartesian Genesis?
Ch9-Can Evil Genius refute the cogito? Is there any way to "refute" the cogito?
Ch10-Outline the development of the "epistemological turn" from Descartes through Locke and Berkeley to Hume.
Ch10-In your own words, reconstruct the basic empirical critique of rationalism.
Ch10-What is the 'tabula rasa' What is its significance to Locke's empiricism?
Ch10-Explain the philosophical significance of the question "Does a tree falling in the forrest make a should if no one is there to hear it?" Then answer it as Berkeley would.
Ch10-Why is the distinction between impressions and ideas important to Hume's philosophy?
9. Answer the following questions (Ch 11&12)
Ch11-Why did Kant think it necessary to posit the existence of the noumenal world?
Ch11-How does Kant answer Hume's bundle theory of the self? Do you think he is successful?
Ch11-Describe the moral dimension as Kant understood it.
Ch11-Explain the reasoning behind Kant's efforts to make morality a matter of motives, not consequences.
Ch11-What is a good will, according to Kant, and why does he claim that the only thing good in itself is a good will?
Ch12-What is "the Malthusian universe"?
Ch12-What role does psychological egoism play in Bentham's simple utilitarianism?
Ch12-Did Bentham include animals in the moral domain? Why or Why not?
Ch12-What was Mill's crisis? How did it affect his subsequent philosophizing?
Ch12-How does Mill account for the predominance of lower pleasure? Do you agree? Why?Read more: http://www.justanswer.com/homework/7ua8z-philosophy.html#ixzz3oy7W7Qt2
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