PHIL 1301

1. Why do humans come together in civil society? What would Locke argue? What does Hobbes argue? Do you agree more with Locke or Hobbes and why?
**Note: Make sure to cite the readings, in order to get full credit. Also, each initial post should be a minimum of 400 words.
2. Is Locke's equality anything like Hobbes' equality? Explain your answer.
**Note: Make sure to cite the readings, in order to get full credit. Also, each initial post should be a minimum of 400 words.
3. How does Kant distinguish between pure reason and empirical knowledge, and what role does a priori knowledge play? Do you agree with Kant's assessment? Explain your answer.

**Note: Make sure to cite the readings, in order to get full credit. Also, each initial post should be a minimum of 400 words.

4. What would John Stuart Mill argue about the legalization of marijuana? Would it matter if some users went on to smoke cocaine or to do other drugs?

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**Note: Make sure to cite the readings, in order to get full credit. Also, each initial post should be a minimum of 400 words.
5.Explained Karl Marx's arguments about the exploitation of laborers by the bourgeoisie and how it ultimately leads to their self-destruction. Do you agree with Marx's arguments? 

**Note: Make sure to cite the readings, in order to get full credit. Also, each initial post should be a minimum of 400 words

6.Make sure to answer the following questions and no less than 400 words.

  1. For Kant, how are moral principles developed?
  2. Do you think that human reason is better than human emotion, when deciding moral issues?
  3. What are the possible negative effects with a rule that eliminates any possibility of lying?
  4. Based on human reason, what do you think you owe other human beings?
  5. What are the possible moral implications of any moral theory that argues that the means justify the ends.
7. Make sure to answer the following questions in no less than 400 words.
  1. How does John Stuart Mill argue that humans are different than other animals?
  2. What is the classical utilitarian calculation?
  3. How does John Stuart Mill modify this calculation?
  4. Why is it better to be a dissatisfied Socrates than a satisfied fool, according to John Stuart Mill?
  5. What are the possible moral implications for any moral theory that argues that the ends justify the means?



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