Ontological status of moral values (35 points):

Assignment: Ontological Status of Moral Values (35 points): Questions about whether or not something exists, and/or the manner of something’s existence are philosophically considered to be questions about the ontological status of that thing. First, why might one question the ontological status of moral values? Then, what is Mackie’s response to questions about the ontological… Continue reading Ontological status of moral values (35 points):

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First, choose an issue in applied ethics that greatly interests you.

the assignment is a discussion post REPLY. You will be replying to the attached file stating “discussion post reply.” Below I am pasting the instructions to the INITIAL discussion post that the person used: First, choose an issue in applied ethics that greatly interests you. You may choose any of the following topics covered in… Continue reading First, choose an issue in applied ethics that greatly interests you.

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If you are using materials used in this course to inform your thoughts and ideas, but

Paper Requirements 1. The paper must be 1,250-1,750 words in length. 2. The paper must be submitted online (via Canvas). 3. You must submit your work in .doc or .docx format. 4. Your paper should be type-written, double-spaced and in Verdana 11-point font. In the upper left-hand corner of the first page, type your full… Continue reading If you are using materials used in this course to inform your thoughts and ideas, but

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Do not use sources other than the textbook, material on blackboard, and class discussion.

Don’t use outside sources. And it should be an argument essay. If you use any outside sources pls give the link too. It would seem to follow from Glaucon’s argument that those of us who are truly wise regard morality as nothing more than a pretense, or, at best, nothing more than opinion. Is he… Continue reading Do not use sources other than the textbook, material on blackboard, and class discussion.

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