Premise: Language games alter our perception of reality (and consciousness), and

Premise: Language games alter our perception of reality (and consciousness), and therefore could have a causal connection to quantum interference and the collapse of the wave function. Summary Quantum-events (collapse of the wave function) are potentially affected by conscious observation and consciousness (Von Neumann-Wigner etc ref). – quantum interference. Language makes up a large part… Continue reading Premise:
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Here is a simplified version of the classical argument for the incorruptibility

Here is a simplified version of the classical argument for the incorruptibility (that is, for the immortality) of the human soul presented by St. Thomas: M. What is capable of an operation per se immaterial cannot be corrupted. m. The human soul is capable of an operation per se immaterial. C. Therefore, the human soul… Continue reading Here is a simplified version of the classical argument for the incorruptibility

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What you’re reviewing is plato 1.docx. The feedback I got was… “If you want t

What you’re reviewing is plato 1.docx. The feedback I got was… “If you want to improve, add a separate introductory paragraph first. Then, I would suggest revising especially by paying attention to language. I cant fix all your grammatical mistakes for you, so you have to try to improve your writing on your own. You… Continue reading What you’re reviewing is plato 1.docx.
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What you’re reviewing is plato 1.docx. The feedback I got was… “If you want to improve, add a separate introductory paragraph first. Then, I would suggest revising especially by paying attention to language. I cant fix all your grammatical mistakes for you, so you have to try to improve your writing on your own. You… Continue reading What you’re reviewing is plato 1.docx.
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Read pages 172–182 Khaled Abou El Fadl: Islam and Democracy Answer all reading

Read pages 172–182 Khaled Abou El Fadl: Islam and Democracy Answer all reading and critical questions: Reading Questions: Why is democracy a formidable challenge for Islam? What three values are socially and politically central to Muslim polity (a government or political organization)? Put into your own words Abou El Fadel’s “provisional case” for the compatibility… Continue reading Read pages 172–182 Khaled Abou El Fadl: Islam and Democracy
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Premise: Language games alter our perception of reality (and consciousness), and

Premise: Language games alter our perception of reality (and consciousness), and therefore could have a causal connection to quantum interference and the collapse of the wave function. Summary Quantum-events (collapse of the wave function) are potentially affected by conscious observation and consciousness (Von Neumann-Wigner etc ref). – quantum interference. Language makes up a large part… Continue reading Premise:
Language games alter our perception of reality (and consciousness), and

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BACKGROUND Utilitarianism uplifts ‘the greatest happiness principle’ and asks us

BACKGROUND Utilitarianism uplifts ‘the greatest happiness principle’ and asks us to measure the consequences of our actions above all else. But then the next question arrives, who and what counts as consequential, especially as we consider large-scale problems such as climate injustice? In one of this week’s readings, philosopher Kyle Whyte reflects on the stories… Continue reading BACKGROUND
Utilitarianism uplifts ‘the greatest happiness principle’ and asks us

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Utilitarianism uplifts ‘the greatest happiness principle’ and asks us to measure

Utilitarianism uplifts ‘the greatest happiness principle’ and asks us to measure the consequences of our actions above all else. But then the next question arrives, who and what counts as consequential, especially as we consider large-scale problems such as climate injustice? In one of this week’s readings, philosopher Kyle Whyte reflects on the stories we… Continue reading Utilitarianism uplifts ‘the greatest happiness principle’ and asks us to measure

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Font and Length: 10 pt; 10 double-spaced typed pages, including notes and a bibl

Font and Length: 10 pt; 10 double-spaced typed pages, including notes and a bibliography. Topic: One of the following. you must submit the topic, the bibliography of works to be referred to, primary and secondary, and a description of the themes and theses you intend to develop and support. Advisory on the composition: Your paper… Continue reading Font and Length:
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ESSAY QUESTION: At one point in the Euthyphro, piety is defined as what is loved

ESSAY QUESTION: At one point in the Euthyphro, piety is defined as what is loved by all of the gods. Socrates objects to this definition by presenting a dilemma. First, characterize this dilemma, explaining why Socrates thinks that neither option provides an adequate account of piety. Then, briefly discuss one way in which you might… Continue reading ESSAY QUESTION: At one point in the Euthyphro, piety is defined as what is loved

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