In this class I am excited to learn how people decide what is right and wrong and how morals affect our thinking process. I am nervous that I will not comprehend as well in this class, however I am confident I will learn.
I think this phrase means that if you don't know anything about it then why get involved.
1. What is life all about, what is our purpose on Earth, and how did we get here? 2. Be curious and ready to learn. Do not fear knowledge and do not stop questioning the world. 3. Philosophy is the livelyhood of learning, never stop searching for the answers. 4. Simplify and analyze theorems inorder to reveal its true meaning. 5. Start with the basics and build to complex scenarios. 6. Look through all possible view points and evaluate the situation from every angle.7. Be open to different options and always be opened minded to new beliefs. 8. Always simplify the situation. 9. Learn from the theories and lessons you acquire. 10. Grow and be inspired by the knowledge you obtain.
I learned that during early modern philosophy they discussed that the world revolved around sun and the important philosophers such as Locke and Hobbes. I also learned what rationalism and idealism means.
I would follow Laozi because because I believe that people only commit crimes when they are being challenged. I believe we all have our own path and purpose in the world. Things will happen as time goes on you cannot rush the future.
Wisdom is when you have experience and knowledge from past experiences. Socratic Wisdom is admitting that you are wrong and then breaking the idea down in order to understand it by asking questions and finding some answers.u
My belief is that there is an afterlife and that science only goes so far. I believe this because of religious, and philosophical reasons. The Bible is my evidence I believe that it is justified enough to continue believing in this belief.
I was more empirical and epistemological in my survey. I believe that everyone can not know everything before they die. I also believe that just because something applies to me through experience or reason it may not be the same with someone else.
I recently rejected the belief that I would be good at running track because through experience I realized I had to skills to be great. You can have something to believe in without going and perusing knowledge about it however you find yourself stuck with no explain for others or yourself when it comes to talking about your belief. I agree with Descartes in the perspective that we must go out and peruse our belief and gain knowledge about it through questions, reasoning, and experience.
I believe that Descarte's methods were smart but long and tedious. He doubts too much but in the end he did succeed in discovering some basic principle so as he doubts, he thinks, and he exists. I believe his methods are valid.
We fall in love because we want someone to be close to us and make us feel complete. A relationship is like a tight friendship.
Custom guides us and keep things consistently if nothing was consistent then we would never be certain of anything. Customs come from prior knowledge and experience and continue for a long period of time. They help us reason empirically.
We should believe Humes and listen to his views because he makes valid points. His ideas of cause and effect are true because even though we know it happens it's hard to connect the two at a very specific point. An example would be like bouncing a basketball you know you throw it and that it comes back but when does it change from cause as effect? That is Humes bug question. I believe he is not a waste a time.
Knowledge is facts that can be put together from prior experiences. Things that constantly repeat can be held as truth because without trusting anything we would get no where in life. Therefore knowledge can be gained in many ways and there is alwys more to learn and experience.
I believe my argumentative skills are a 6 because they are not perfect and they don't completely suck. I know how to back up my main points with evidence and basic facts. At the same time I listen to the other person's ideas and reasoning.
It is important to understand deductive reasoning so that you can explain basic facts. When defending yourself or a topic that is important to you, you must know how to breakdown the facts into easily understandable phrases. This can help you understand the things that surround you by connecting two things and giving them reasoning. I found this activity easy it just made me think a little more than usual, however, I liked it a lot.
I have used formal logic in other classes such as math. We have to look at symbols and try to decide what the right answer might be. In English and World History we use roman numerals that we much be able to know in order to have our facts correctly. The activity we did today was both informative and fun and I have a better understanding of formal logic.
I experience slippery slope and genetic fallacy often because of needing to keep my grades up or I will be unsuccessful or believing something has to be true because the weatherman says it or because an adult said it. I am guilty of using the genetic fallacy because I put a lot of trust into people o shouldn't. Fallacies are very common even though they don't seem like it sometimes.