I have a few pieces of literature, roughly 200 pages, that I must read and summarize into a single page of around 500 words and tie it in to this week’s topic which is: Existence and Existentialism. Then I need a second page which is a “critical address” of the readings which is essentially just… Continue reading Also needs to be a single spaced page of about 500 words.
Universal Problem & Solution God’s covenant with Abraham & the role of the Patriarchs God’s Character Personal Reflection Assignment Due (10%) • Articulate the universal problem and universal solution as presented in Genesis chapters 1-11 • Analyze the content of God’s covenant with Abraham as presented in Gen. 12:1-3 and Gen. 15. • Demonstrate the… Continue reading This report should be summarized to not more than 5 pages, double-spaced, times new roman and font 12.
Write a 300-word minimum personal response to the online tour of the Huntington Library. Your response must have two components: (1) a summary of a few artifacts in light of this week’s course material (including cultures and dates/periods), and (2) a personal reflection on the chosen artifacts and on the museum itself. Please provide links… Continue reading Assignment purpose: this assignment will allow you to explore the online presence of world-class museums, and thereby gain more depth in understanding the cultures and periods under consideration for the week.
In 250-300 words (about 1 page, double spaced, 1 inch margin paper) answer the following questions: According to Descartes, why does he feel the need to get rid of all of his beliefs? Suppose I have the belief that it is sunny outside. Furthermore, suppose that I formed this belief after walking outside and seeing… Continue reading Outside and seeing that it was sunny.
In Plato’s Phaedo, Socrates presents several arguments for the immortality of the soul. One is the argument from recollection, which is discussed from 72e-78b. Write a Three Paragraph Paper, in the “Two Reasons” format (see “Essays” handout): ¶1. Reconstruction: Fully, fairly, and in your own words, reconstruct Socrates’s Recollection Argument for the conclusion that the… Continue reading One is the argument from recollection, which is discussed from 72e-78b.
POWERPOINT PRESENTATION Due Oct 3, 2022 at 11:59 pm Please attach your PowerPoint presentation here. The PowerPoint Presentation must be on a topic pertinent to this course, integrating two humanities disciplines. The PowerPoint must be 6 slides in length (not counting a bibliography slide). The PowerPoint Presentation will be evaluated according to each of the… Continue reading The powerpoint presentation will be evaluated according to each of the following categories on a scale of 1 to 5: * accuracy of the content.
TOPIC: Karl Popper argues that scientists never proceed by confirming the truth of theories. Instead, they engage in a practice called falsificationism. State and explain why Popper rejects scientific reasoning by induction. Explain how the logic of falsificationism is supposed to work. If scientists don’t ever confirm the truth of theories, what does Popper think… Continue reading State and explain why popper rejects scientific reasoning by induction.
Professor’s instructions below: Watch the following video: Describe how the objects and events in the video are interconnected. How would Paley and other fans of the teleological argument explain all of this? What would they say must have created all of these creatures and caused them to behave this way? Be sure to explain the… Continue reading How would paley and other fans of the teleological argument explain all of this?
Online Athabasca course on Ethics in Science and Technology! I will give you login info once selected. Assignment 1 is based on reading unit 1-4 which is available online through Athabasca! Answer 3 of the following 6 questions, each one being 500 words (2 pages per question). Citations should ideally be from the readings at… Continue reading Due: after you have completed unit 4 weight: 30% of your final course grade length: 3 essays, 500–700 words each instructions: answer three of the following six questions.
This is a Philosophy of Law course. Please read the attached pages and respond to this question: Are the radical critics of modernity justified in their attack on mainstream criminal law theory? No outside sources! Please only use the attached source.