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History of Ethics

by: Herbert Predovic

History of Ethics PHIL 3253

Herbert Predovic
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Herbert Predovic on Monday October 26, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PHIL 3253 at University of Oklahoma taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see /class/229310/phil-3253-university-of-oklahoma in PHIL-Philosophy at University of Oklahoma.


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Date Created: 10/26/15
In the Protagoras one of Socrates aims is to show that sophists like Protagoras cannot teach virtue Does he achieve that goal Evaluate Aristotle s claim that we are responsible for our characters because they are formed by our actions which become habits Compare and contrast Aristotle s conception of virtue with Aquinas s Is Aristotle s view that eudaimonia is the highest good parallel to Kant s view that the good will is the only thing that is good wo limitation Why or why not In the first section of the Groundwork Kant sets out an argument from the concept of the good will to the first formulation of the categorical imperative Explain his argument and defend whether or not you believe it is successful Explain and evaluate Kant s conception of freedom of the will Of Mill and Kant who is better positioned to olTer a good defence of human rights What is Rawls39 criticism of utilitarianism Can Mill successfully respond to it Compare and contrast the goals that Aristotle Kant and Mill set for themselves in their works Which author do you think has the most appropriate set of goals for a work in moral philosophy She39s going to give us 3 of these questions and we have to answer 2 N 5 V39 5000


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