Fter reading chapter 10, 11 and 12 of the textbook, Philosophy the Power of Ideas, answer the following questions.
After reading chapter 10, 11 and 12 of the textbook, Philosophy the Power of Ideas, answer the following questions.
Each answer should be at a minimum 1 paragraph, while others may be several paragraphs in length.
The grade of A (180 or higher out of 200 points) will only be assigned to exemplary submissions which demonstrate extensive thought and effort in completion of the assignment.
Please note: there are only two sources for you answers: the textbook and your mind! Any information taken from other sources is unacceptable.
Plagiarism of the thoughts or ideas of others be it from books or the internet will result in a zero on the assignment and your final course grade being dropped by a full letter grade.
1. Compare and evaluate Peter Abelard notion of moral intent with that of Heloise.
2. Explain and evaluate the view of Aristotleas Virtue ethics.
3. Explain and evaluate St. Augistineas notion of evil.
4. Explain and evaluate Platoas view on ethics, specifically the structure of the soul and of the state.
5. Explain and evaluate Jeremy Bethamas utilitarianism.
6. Explain and evaluate John Stuart Millas utilitarianism.
7. Explain and evaluate David Humeas ethical view known as sentimentalism.
8. Explain and evaluate Kantas ethical theory, including the notion of the categorical imperative.
9. Explain and evaluate Nietzscheas master and slave moralities.
10. Compare, explain and evaluate the view of Thomas Hobbes and John Locke regarding the state of nature and natural rights.
11. Explain and evaluate Jean-Jacques Rousseauas notion of natural man and civil man.
11. Compare and contrast the Lockeas labor theory of property with the Marxas labor theory of value.
13. Explain and evaluate John Rawlsa notion of the veil of ignorance and the original position
14. Explain and evaluate Robert Nozickas notion of the night-watchman state within the context of his entitlement concept of social justice.
15. Explain and evaluate Martha Nussbaunas capabilities approach to social justice.