[SOLVED] self examination – Philosophy

After reading the assignments in module 2, imagine you are in the same situations as one of the fiction characters and real people. What moral decisions would you have made and why? How would emotions and the situational context have played a role?   The readings are...

[SOLVED] dialogue – Philosophy

Each critique should be at least one and a half to two typed pages in length. Each critique must contain: 1. at least one paragraph about the major theme 2. at least one paragraph about new ideas or terms 3. a personal statement concerning your overall reaction to the...

[SOLVED] self – Philosophy

If you were to write an epitaph on your own tombstone, based on your character and integrity in your life, how would it read for all to see? Explain your tombstone, by indicating in bullet points, key events in your life which demonstrate integrity or the lack of it....

[SOLVED] good life – Philosophy

. What do you understand as “the good life”? Do you think it is important to “live the good life”? Why or why not? And how will the study of philosophy, especially ethics, either enhance or inhibit your ability to “live the good life?” Explain your...

[SOLVED] question – Philosophy

. Your parents gave you up for adoption at a young age, because at the time they had you they were young and had little in the way of financial resources. They thought that your being adopted by well-educated parents with financial security would be in your best...