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Dworkin, Mills And Rawls: Article Summarization
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5 pages in length. The writer summarizes three articles: Ronald Dworkin's 'Is affirmative action doomed?,' Mills' 'Of the limits to the authority of society over the individual,' and John Rawls' 'A theory of justice.' No additional sources cited.
Filename: TLCrawls.doc

If We Are Social Animals, Then Whose Perspective Do We Adopt / John Rawls' or Robert Nozick's?
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A 10 page paper that explores the difference between the theories of justice espoused by these two prominent Harvard philosophers, focusing particularly on concepts of cooperation for mutually beneficial goals, and alternative concepts for the just distribution of the primary benefits of society. The position is taken that both theories can be critiqued from the perspective of their assumptions that human beings operate as separate individuals who make rational choices out of a place of self-interest. The question is whether either social contract or entitlement theory can fully explain the reasons why humans cooperate for mutual well-being. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Rawnov.wps

John Rawls' Difference Principle and Original Position
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John Rawls has been described as the foremost political philosopher of the twentieth century. His philosophy is aligned with Kant and addresses both the ethical forms of political systems and economic theories. This 6 page paper addresses Rawls' concepts of Original Position and Difference Principle in terms of comparison with Libertarianism, Marxist principles and programs appropriate to the United States. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KTjrawls.doc

John Rawls' Original Position
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This 8 page paper discusses John Rawls theory of fairness and justice. Specifically, the essay addresses Rawls' principles concerning inequality in society, when they are just and when they are not just. This discussion inherently must include a description of the maximin rule and what Rawls called the original position. Bibliography lists 5 sources. PGrawls.msw
Filename: PGrawls.msw

Rawls' Theory of Justice
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A 5 page paper on John Rawls' 'Theory of Justice' in reference to how some individuals believe his theories are too individualistic and others believe them to not be individualistic enough. A brief illustration of Rawls' theory is presented, followed by examples of the theories being too individualistic and not being individualistic enough. Bibliography lists 3 additional sources.
Filename: RArawls.wps

How Kant and Hume Would React To Plato's 'Euthyphro'
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A 6 page paper that discusses the possible reactions of Immanuel Kant and David Hume on Plato's 'Euthyphro.' Of major consideration is the reactions of Kant and Hume to the concepts of piety, love and family duty as presented within the story of the dialogue between Euthyphro and Socrates. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Euthyphr.wps

Confucius and Socrates: Rule of Propriety
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A 5 page exploration of Confucius' concepts of the 'rule of propriety' and 'man of humanity'. Defines these concepts and uses the work of Socrates to reiterate Confucius' contention that social well-being requires adherence to the rules of propriety. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPconfuP.wps

Pluralism Analyzed
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This 12 page research paper examines the pluralism school of philosophical thought. Specifically discussed are its evolution from early monism and dualism, the early remnants of pluralism reflected in the teachings of Anaxagoras, Empedocles, Socrates and Aristotle, and the emergence of pluralism as a popular modern-day philosophy influenced by empiricist David Hume, pragmatist William James, mathematician Bertrand Russell and social theorist Paulo Freire. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: Plurlism.wps

The Life of Socrates
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A 6 page paper which discusses the life of Socrates. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Changes in Approaches to Epistemology
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A 10 page essay on the viability of epistemology as a theory. Known as the ‘theory of knowledge,' epistemology is discussed in philosophical circles as something that may or may not be alive and functioning: its critics say that the changes in the approaches from the traditional to the analytic has destroyed its practice. Those critics, however, fail to take into account the rapidity and drama of the changes in the world today, and that cultural biases now also must be accounted for in any study of knowledge. The theory is argued to be viable and functioning, even by groups that may be unaware of its formal name. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Epistem.wps

Logic of Scientific Inquiry
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Epistemology, or the basic logic and assumptions that underlie systematic, scientific inquiry is based on the fact that scientific knowledge as 'responding construction' is dependent on cognitive relations to reality other than those generated through the senses and through theoretical reflection, which includes the experience of judgment rooted in the self-awareness of the subject. Another approach to analysis of the practices of knowing is critical scrutiny of the sociohistorical context of research programs. The socio-cognitive perspective purports that ideas about reality are constructed through interactions that are processes of meaning creation. This 20 page paper examines different knowledge systems, the purpose of research, the processes of deductive and inductive reasoning, nomothetic and idiosyncratic approaches and normal as compared to revolutionary science. It looks at many of the elements of scientific method such as causality, correlation, necessary and sufficient conditions and types of theories. Bibliography lists 24 sources.
Filename: KTinquire.wps

Zagzebski's 'Virtues of Mind'
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A 6 page paper on Linda Zagzebski's 'Virtues of the Mind: An Inquiry into the Nature of Virtue and the Ethical Foundations of Knowledge,' which argues that Zagzebski's theory is valid and based on an inclusive study of why people act on knowledge, and where knowledge is based. The paper posulates that her intent is to not seek to rewrite the current theories, but to combine them. Theories used for the basis of her thesis include: epistemology (virtue), and philosophical and psychological bases of knowledge. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Zagzebsk.rtf

'Justice' As Seen In The Koran, The Old Testament, & Plato's 'Republic
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A 5 page paper discussing the foundation of justice as it applies in Islam ('The Koran'), Judaism ('The Old Testament of the Bible'), and according to Plato ('The Republic'). A dialog has been imagined between Mohammed, Moses, and Plato regarding the topic of justice. Bibliography lists five sources.
Filename: Justapp.wps

Happiness in the Eyes of Some Philosophers
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5 pages in length. While it is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, the same can be said about happiness. There is no one way to define happiness, although many have tried. What gives one person joy may not elicit the same response in another. By studying the words of some of the great philosophers, however, one can get an overall realization of what might bring happiness in the world in which we live. This paper considers the writings of Plato, Marx, Hegel and Sartre to determine what each of them felt defined happiness. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JGAhappy.wps

Jean Paul Sartre, Plato, & Hobbes / Comparative Philosophy
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7 pages worth of essays comparing the philosophies of Sartre with those of Plato and anticipating how one would criticize the other's reasoning. Sartre is regarded as more of a humanist than Plato and another philosopher -- Hobbes is also brought into the discussion as the writer makes relevant comparison between 'The Republic' and 'Leviathan.' No Bibliography.
Filename: Sartrevp.wps


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