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PROMPT: While few people are willing to give up the notion that they have choice

PROMPT: While few people are willing to give up the notion that they have choices, that they can act freely, we have seen that there is very little reason, outside of our individual experience of having made such choices in the past, to believe choices exist—that we are free. If you believe you can make choices, are there any reasons other than experience for holding such a belief? Is experience an adequate reason to believe in free will? How does…

A) Socrates – “It is the greatest good for a human to discuss virtue everyday an

A) Socrates - “It is the greatest good for a human to discuss virtue everyday and those things about which you hear me conversing and testing myself and others, for the unexamined life is not worth living for humans.” (Plato, Apology 38a).No one better exemplifies the pursuit of wisdom through questioning, examining, and thinking than Socrates. In this quote we find Socrates asserting the primacy of examination. For Socrates, to be prevented from philosophical inquiry and investigation is a fate…

please use correct siting and mla format. In his essay, Fromm outlines three ove

please use correct siting and mla format. In his essay, Fromm outlines three overlapping distinctions:1) Heteronomous v. Autonomous Obedience2) Authoritarian v. Humanistic Conscience3) Irrational v. Rational Authority. Pick one of these three, and then give an example of each of the two categories. For instance, if you pick (1), give an example of what you think is heteronomous obedience, AND give an example of Autonomous Obedience. If you pick (3), give your OWN example of irrational authority, AND your OWN…

I got 26 of these questions for an exam next week and the prof is only going to

I got 26 of these questions for an exam next week and the prof is only going to use 3 questions which I find is dumb and useless because this is too many questions but his Idea is that so " we will at lest learn something since our class is virtually. I've finish 20 of the questions but I am unable to find any more, I paid for a subscription today to see if I can get help with…

After reflecting on the scenario below and thinking it through, write an essay o

After reflecting on the scenario below and thinking it through, write an essay of no more than 1350 words [~3 pages] in which you do the following: EXPLAIN and then APPLY deontological principles to this situation and determine what ought to be done (i.e., what would be Kant’s advice to you about what is the right thing to do?). What are the attractions of this advice? What is unattractive about this advice? EXPLAIN and then APPLY utilitarian reasoning to this…

This is for a critical thinking philosophy class, I’m really really behind and t

This is for a critical thinking philosophy class, I'm really really behind and this would so help me not die this semester. Attached is the argument for critical evaluation and detailed analysis using the ARG method (acceptability, relevance, grounds) and considering the scope and commitment. Certain this guy committed some fallacies so that too! I'm sure you know what you're doing. (ignore my silly notes i wrote in the margins a while ago)

Exploring the Relationship Between Transportation Infrastructure and Urban Chang

Exploring the Relationship Between Transportation Infrastructure and Urban Change In this assignment, you will explore how the addition of highways to downtown districts of American cities affected major land uses. To get started, familiarize yourself with the 60 Years of Urban Change website. By manipulating the slider, you can clearly see each city before and after the highway construction era. Take the time to browse through several cities, paying special attention to the changes that took place; e.g. residential neighborhoods…