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Part I Instructions and Prompt Suppose you are chatting with a friend who laments having been “forced” by a

Part I Instructions and Prompt Suppose you are chatting with a friend who laments having been “forced” by a parent to learn to play the flute. This friend thinks time spent on flute lessons and practicing the flute could be better spent learning to play the violin, which, apparently, this friend finds much more interesting. …

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Let us recall that in the Euthyphro, Socrates asks for an “account” of why something is holy, pious, or

Let us recall that in the Euthyphro, Socrates asks for an “account” of why something is holy, pious, or moral. He does not, and cannot accept, an explanation in terms of just “whatever the gods love”, or whatever God tells you to do. For, if at the end of the day, all that you have …

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Let us recall that in the Euthyphro, Socrates asks for an “account” of why something is holy, pious, or

Let us recall that in the Euthyphro, Socrates asks for an “account” of why something is holy, pious, or moral. He does not, and cannot accept, an explanation in terms of just “whatever the gods love”, or whatever God tells you to do. For, if at the end of the day, all that you have …

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Week 3 – Build a Moral Compass Instructions Instructions: Using the material on moral compasses from weeks 1 and

Week 3 – Build a Moral Compass Instructions Instructions: Using the material on moral compasses from weeks 1 and 2, write a paper of no less than 500 words that accomplishes the following: In a section titled “Theories” identify the 1-4 moral theories you will use to build your compass (deontological, utilitarian, common good, virtue, …

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Let us recall that in the Euthyphro, Socrates asks for an “account” of why something is holy, pious, or

Let us recall that in the Euthyphro, Socrates asks for an “account” of why something is holy, pious, or moral. He does not, and cannot accept, an explanation in terms of just “whatever the gods love”, or whatever God tells you to do. For, if at the end of the day, all that you have …

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1. Your WIT, What Do I Think, is short, reflective work  Each WIT is to exhibit your critical analysis skills,

1. Your WIT, What Do I Think, is short, reflective work  Each WIT is to exhibit your critical analysis skills, your organizational skills for writing,  and your creative thinking skills.  You will write a 2-3 page reflection for each WIT.  Please put your WIT in MLA format, double space, and use a 12-point font size. You must …

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