You will be responsible for writing approximately one page for each of the four questions asked! You will be graded on the- your -critical thinking exhibited in each answer! Your thought-out opinion is solicitated/desired!]

1. Believing and Knowing.

Discuss and explain what it means of “If either of these standards is not met, we would usually say that you do not really ‘know.’ Or to state it another way. ‘You can believe what is not so but you cannot know what is not so.’”

2. “Thinking Critically About Evaluating Evidence”.

It names four criteria used in “Thinking Critically About Evaluating Evidence.” Name each and discuss why/how each is important.

3. Analogical Relationships.

Discuss what “Analogical Relationships” are and why they are so important?

4. Causal Relationships.

Discuss what the three types of “Casual Relationships” are and why they are so important?

5. Who is a Moral Person?

Discuss “Who is a Moral Person” and why that is important to you, and to society/civilization?

6. Your Moral Compass?

In the survey of “young people” it lists seven responses they made as to what Moral Theory they would use if they found themselves in an ethical situation and they were not sure what to do. What ones – one, two, or four, etc. would you use or combine – do you think are best and why? Which of the seven would you choose and why?

7. Errors of Perception.

The textbook lists seven so-called “errors of perception”. Explain each and tell why you think it is important NOT to make these errors.

8. Errors of Judgment.

The textbook lists seven so-called “errors of judgment”. Explain each and tell why you think it is important NOT to make these errors.

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You will be responsible for writing approximately one page for each of the four questions asked! You will be graded on the- your -critical thinking exhibited in each answer! Your thought-out opinion is solicitated/desired!]

1. Believing and Knowing.

Discuss and explain what it means of “If either of these standards is not met, we would usually say that you do not really ‘know.’ Or to state it another way. ‘You can believe what is not so but you cannot know what is not so.’”

2. “Thinking Critically About Evaluating Evidence”.

It names four criteria used in “Thinking Critically About Evaluating Evidence.” Name each and discuss why/how each is important.

3. Analogical Relationships.

Discuss what “Analogical Relationships” are and why they are so important?

4. Causal Relationships.

Discuss what the three types of “Casual Relationships” are and why they are so important?

5. Who is a Moral Person?

Discuss “Who is a Moral Person” and why that is important to you, and to society/civilization?

6. Your Moral Compass?

In the survey of “young people” it lists seven responses they made as to what Moral Theory they would use if they found themselves in an ethical situation and they were not sure what to do. What ones – one, two, or four, etc. would you use or combine – do you think are best and why? Which of the seven would you choose and why?

7. Errors of Perception.

The textbook lists seven so-called “errors of perception”. Explain each and tell why you think it is important NOT to make these errors.

8. Errors of Judgment.

The textbook lists seven so-called “errors of judgment”. Explain each and tell why you think it is important NOT to make these errors.

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Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *