Clearly identify the event location, date attended, the attendees, and your initial reaction upon arriving at the event.Provide specific information and a description of at least two (2) pieces (e.g. art, exhibits, music, etc.).Provide a summary of the event and describe your overall reaction after attending the event.Use at least the class text as a reference (additional sources are fine, not necessary unless required by your content). Your report should include connections you make between things observed in your activity and things learned in the course and text
What is Augustine’s view of the good life for human beings and?according to him what is?his view of the source of genuine happiness?
Philosophy:Essay 1. How are the arguments of Anselm and Aquinas different.Essay 2. What are Simon Beauvoir’s contribution to feminist thought/philosophy.Essay 3. Know the basic tenets of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism.
4.Which of these is true according to Bill McKibben?a. Current fossil fuel reserves, if completely used, would raise the average global temperature less than 2 Celsiusb. Current fossil fuel reserves, if completely used, would raise the average global temperature more than 2 Celsiusc. Current fossil fuel reserves, if completely used, would not affect the average global temperatured. All of the abovee. None of the above5. According to Bill McKibben, what is the purpose of the “carbon budget”?a. To limit the rise in average global temperature to 2 Celsiusb. To limit the rise in average global temperature to 6 Celsiusc. To conserve fossil fuel and insure a longer lasting supplyd. All of the abovee. None of the above6. What strategy does Bill McKibben recommend to avoid exceeding the “carbon budget”?a. Pass laws restricting the use of fossil fuelsb. Divest money from the fossil fuel industryc. Replace fossil fuels with nuclear powerd. All of the abovee. None of the above
Discuss the primary differences between Mill’s utilitarian
theory and Kant’s duty-based theory of moral behavior. Pay
particular attention to the circumstances under which an action is
considered moral, the consistency of moral directives in each
theory, and the relative strengths and weaknesses of each position.
Which do you find most compelling? Why?
According to Kant, lying is inherently morally wrong, thus it is never morally permissible. Is Kant correct about this? Either defend Kant’s claim that lying is always morally impermissible, or give a detailed example of a lie that you believe is the morally right thing to do. What is it about the situation that makes that lie morally right? (5 sentence minimum)
Formal analysis of Jacob Van Ruisdael Waterfall with Bentheim Castle Beyond,
How are ethics and morals reflected in the meaning of life?