PART 6 DISC PHIL 336 – PHILOSOPHY

2 · One (1) “Original Post” addressing one of the three question choices. Minimum of 250 words.. Your Original Post must answer the question fully in all its parts and address possible objections to your reasoning. You must also connect your Original Post...

PHILOSOPHY – PHILOSOPHY

38 THE TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT Robin Collins Introduction Design arguments have a long history, probably being the most commonly cited argument for believing in a deity. In ancient India, for instance, the argument from design was advanced by the so-called Nyaya (or...

PHIL 336 – PHILOSOPHY

Running Head: RESPONSES 1 RESPONSES 3 · One (1) “Original Post” addressing one of the three question choices. Minimum of 250 words. Your Original Post must answer the question fully in all its parts and address possible objections to your reasoning. You...

PHILOSHOPHY – PHILOSOPHY

Make a short philosophical interpretation of the following biblical text: “To the one who slaps you on one cheek, offer him also the other; whoever takes off your cloak, give him also the robe.”

APPLIED – PHILOSOPHY

Please see the attached instruction and questions.Applied Humanities – Artifacts and Theme 1. Choose two artifacts that have been created by different artists and were created during different time periods (ex. separated by at least 50 years). These artifacts...

FIELD LOG #1 UNGRADED, 2 POSSIBLE POINTS – PHILOSOPHY

Instructions The field log provides a concrete means for the student to: Account for professional activity in the field placement Demonstrate professional development related to contracted learning experiences and the traditional-year competencies Reflect on...