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TRAD 104 Spring 2006 Discussion Section Justice amp Virtue TA Will Braynen March 10 2006 WWWuarizonaeduwaraynentradl 04 PROOFREADING 1 It is okay to write which ever way you want Find and then fix one mistake Hobbes can not have low self esteem because he is dead Find and then fix two mistakes Philosophers tend to over analyze things Find and then fix one mistake 4 The fact that they do is due to the fact that they lack confidence This sentence is stylistically horrific Fix it 5 principle or principal a What are the princip of dating b It s not the money it s the principi c So that in the nature of man we find three principi causes of quarrel First competition secondly diffidence thirdly glory Hobbes Leviathan chapter XIII d Mr Seymour Skinner is the principi ofthe school and Willie is the bloodyjanitor e Do not lie is a good princip of ethics especially for those who tend to be forgetful 6 ING verbs Form the present continuous tense ofthe italicized verb a It s immoral to lie because is bad b It s immoral to die because is bad 7 Possessives a The chicken was guarding chicks Insert it s or its b But is dating good for it s own sake he thought Its probably only valued by British society so we dont all die out What are the principals of dating Find four mistakes 8 affect or effect a The weather was having an ffect on him b The weather could really ffect him 9 their or there Insert which you think fits to make the sentence grammatically correct a was no need for jackets 10 than orthen a If something is better nothing I ll buy you a beer b Happy hour is at six o clock I ll buy you a beer 11 The chicken was guarding its chicks this wasn t a good sign Find and then fix one mistake 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 PLATO ON DEMOCRACY Last week s lecture Does Plato approve of a democracy or disapprove of it What are his reasons reading and lecture Socrates argues that the rulers should be the brightest and most altruistic In other words the rulers should be philosophers properly trained and selected since childhood Adeimantus objects that in practice philosophers are either useless or dangerous What is Socrates response 488a497a What is the point of Plato s analogy of the ship 488 and lecture What is the point of Plato s analogy of the large and powerful monster starting at 493b What is the character of a good man In a democracy what is likely to happen to someone who naturally possesses these character traits 490a 491c 491 d What does Plato say happens to those who disagree with the majority and those in power in a democracy 492d Who are sophists What do they teach Why are they important in a democracy Why does Plato dislike them lecture What is the allegory of the cave and what is Plato s point 514a518e The salient characteristics of democracy for Plato are and What is the democratic character like according to Plato starts at 558561 a The two types of pleasure as well as the corresponding appetitesdesires for these pleasures are pleasure and pleasure What do these mean Why is it bad to desire the second type b What is the analogy between this and democracy 557a562a HOBBES ON DEMOCRACY Leviathan chapter XIX Monday s lecture Which type of government is best according to Hobbes How according to Hobbes should we decide which type of government is best Democracy aristocracy or a monarchy What are Hobbes s six arguments that peace than is more likely to result in is LOCKE ON DEMOCRACY Wednesday s lecture on Locke chapters VIII and XI Locke contrasts ends with ties of political society a By ends he means The ends of a political society are b By ties he means In other words Political society is like a big family with parents and children There is a natural authority between the best and the brightest and the rest of us schmocks Does Locke agree with this view What about Plato Locke thinks forming a political society is like forming a chess club The two stages of a political society are 1 2 But why 2 Why majority rule and not for example the rule ofthe brightest or the most powerful But most people are born into political society One generation cannot consent for the next What is Locke s response to this objection What are the three activities necessary for government according to Locke Which ofthese is the most important Why Are there limits to power according to Locke and Hobbes For example can we institute slavery What about torturing prisoners of war or suspected terrorists Why or why not
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