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Class:ECO 2302 - Principles of Economics II
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University:Texas Tech University
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PHL 464 Entire Course (UOP)

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PHL 464 Questions

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix I: Mythology, Religion, and Philosophy

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix II: Ancient Quest for Truth

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix III: Hellenistic, Medieval, and Early Modern Thinkers

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix IV: Late Modern, Continental, and 19th-Century Thinkers

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix V: Modern and Postmodern Thought

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix I: Mythology, Religion, and Philosophy (UOP)

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From any of the readings of this week—Homer, Hesiod, Sophocles, or any of the pre-Socratic philosophers—choose and copy statements or passages that you consider mythology, religion, or a philosophical treatise. Find one example for each discipline.

 

In addition, choose one statement for each of the categories for your own life or current day reading.

 

Below the matrix, explain in a brief paragraph the difference between the three categories.

 

Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines.

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix II: Ancient Quest for Truth (UOP)

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Use the matrix to analyze Plato and Aristotle’s theory of knowledge and apply both to current day practices.

In the first column, using the readings about Plato’s search for truth and his theories of knowledge, discuss how contemporary people may be living in a cave and which steps, based on Plato’s model of the Divided Line, will be necessary for their enlightenment.

 

In the next column, based on Aristotle’s science of the first philosophy, analyze how Aristotle’s metaphysics may guide contemporary people to knowledge about the world.

In the final fields, evaluate how you use either or both of the methods in your own life and explain how Plato and Aristotle used pre-Socratic philosophy.

Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines.

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix III: Hellenistic, Medieval, and Early Modern Thinkers (UOP)

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Use the matrix to compare either Plato or Aristotle’s theory of knowledge with one of the religious thinkers from this week’s reading.

In the first column, chose either Plato or Aristotle to describe his theory of metaphysics or epistemology.

In the next column, choose a thinker from this week’s reading assignment—Epicureans, stoics, skeptics, St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, or Descartes—and summarize their theory of metaphysics or epistemology.

In the final field, compare the similarities and differences between the ancient philosophers and one of the Hellenistic, medieval, or early modern theories. Discuss the influence this theory has on current-day thought regarding metaphysics or epistemology.

Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines.

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PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix IV: Late Modern, Continental, and 19th-Century Thinkers (UOP)

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Use the matrix to compare a deontological with a teleological (utilitarian) ethics theory.

In the first column, describe a deontological theory, and in the next column, describe a teleological ethics theory.

In the final field, apply one of the two methods to a modern controversy and show how your chosen method would lead to an ethically sound solution to the problem.

Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines.

Deontological

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix V: Modern and Postmodern Thought (UOP)

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Use the matrix to compare the differences in the search for truth and knowledge between analytical and continental philosophy.

In each column, describe the theory about metaphysics and epistemology of one philosopher from continental or analytical philosophy.

In the final field, compare one of the two methods with either Plato’s or Aristotle’s ideas and discuss which method you use to acquire knowledge in your own life.

Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines.

PHL 464 Questions (UOP)

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How do mythology, history, and religious dogma at the beginning of Western philosophy correlate?

 

What do the mythologies from the beginning of Western thought tell you about the mindset of the people who told and shared those stories?

 

How does the belief in the gods of mythology differ from your belief system? How are they similar?

 

This week, you learn about different ways of searching for knowledge or truth. Compare the types of inquiry the authors of the readings inside the textbooks describe? Which of those ways do you apply for your search of knowledge or truth?

 

Compare the type of inquiry of the pre-Socratic philosophers from the Abel text to the type of knowledge you find in the excerpts from Homer, Hesiod, and Sophocles. How does the type of inquiry influence the answers you are given?

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 PHL 464 Entire Course (UOP)

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PHL 464 Questions

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix I: Mythology, Religion, and Philosophy

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix II: Ancient Quest for Truth

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix III: Hellenistic, Medieval, and Early Modern Thinkers

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix IV: Late Modern, Continental, and 19th-Century Thinkers

PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix V: Modern and Postmodern Thought

 PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix I: Mythology, Religion, and Philosophy (UOP)

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From any of the readings of this week—Homer, Hesiod, Sophocles, or any of the pre-Socratic philosophers—choose and copy statements or passages that you consider mythology, religion, or a philosophical treatise. Find one example for each discipline.

 

In addition, choose one statement for each of the categories for your own life or current day reading.

 

Below the matrix, explain in a brief paragraph the difference between the three categories.

 

Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines.

 PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix II: Ancient Quest for Truth (UOP)

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Use the matrix to analyze Plato and Aristotle’s theory of knowledge and apply both to current day practices.

In the first column, using the readings about Plato’s search for truth and his theories of knowledge, discuss how contemporary people may be living in a cave and which steps, based on Plato’s model of the Divided Line, will be necessary for their enlightenment.

 

In the next column, based on Aristotle’s science of the first philosophy, analyze how Aristotle’s metaphysics may guide contemporary people to knowledge about the world.

In the final fields, evaluate how you use either or both of the methods in your own life and explain how Plato and Aristotle used pre-Socratic philosophy.

Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines.

 PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix III: Hellenistic, Medieval, and Early Modern Thinkers (UOP)

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Use the matrix to compare either Plato or Aristotle’s theory of knowledge with one of the religious thinkers from this week’s reading.

In the first column, chose either Plato or Aristotle to describe his theory of metaphysics or epistemology.

In the next column, choose a thinker from this week’s reading assignment—Epicureans, stoics, skeptics, St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, or Descartes—and summarize their theory of metaphysics or epistemology.

In the final field, compare the similarities and differences between the ancient philosophers and one of the Hellenistic, medieval, or early modern theories. Discuss the influence this theory has on current-day thought regarding metaphysics or epistemology.

Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines.

 PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix IV: Late Modern, Continental, and 19th-Century Thinkers (UOP)

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Use the matrix to compare a deontological with a teleological (utilitarian) ethics theory.

In the first column, describe a deontological theory, and in the next column, describe a teleological ethics theory.

In the final field, apply one of the two methods to a modern controversy and show how your chosen method would lead to an ethically sound solution to the problem.

Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines.

Deontological

 PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix V: Modern and Postmodern Thought (UOP)

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Use the matrix to compare the differences in the search for truth and knowledge between analytical and continental philosophy.

In each column, describe the theory about metaphysics and epistemology of one philosopher from continental or analytical philosophy.

In the final field, compare one of the two methods with either Plato’s or Aristotle’s ideas and discuss which method you use to acquire knowledge in your own life.

Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines.

 PHL 464 Questions (UOP)

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How do mythology, history, and religious dogma at the beginning of Western philosophy correlate?

 

What do the mythologies from the beginning of Western thought tell you about the mindset of the people who told and shared those stories?

 

How does the belief in the gods of mythology differ from your belief system? How are they similar?

 

This week, you learn about different ways of searching for knowledge or truth. Compare the types of inquiry the authors of the readings inside the textbooks describe? Which of those ways do you apply for your search of knowledge or truth?

 

Compare the type of inquiry of the pre-Socratic philosophers from the Abel text to the type of knowledge you find in the excerpts from Homer, Hesiod, and Sophocles. How does the type of inquiry influence the answers you are given?

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