In the movie Memento, Teddy and Natalie keep calling Leonard Shelby what?
In the movie Memento, Burt the motel clerk does what to Leonard because he knows he'll forget?
rents him a second room
In the movie Memento, Leonard has facts ________ all over his body to help him investigate his wife's murder.
In the clip of Pulp Fiction we watched in class Jules and Vincent discuss whether or not the experienced a _______.
In the clip of Pulp Fiction we watched in class Jules claims that it would be a miracle if God changed ____ into Pepsi.
In the clip of Pulp Fiction we watched in class Vincent ______ that they witnessed a miracle.
In the movie the Shawshank Redemption, Andy convinces Captain Hadley to buy _____ for all of the prisoners that are tarring the roof.
In the movie the Shawshank Redemption, Andy uses a ____ hammer to escape.
. In the movie the Shawshank Redemption, Andy hides a note and some money for Red _____ ________ _____. (Andy says it has no business being in a Maine hayfield.)
under obsidian rocks
One reading of Hume is that he is a _______.
Hume argues that causation is utterly _________.
List two of the five ways Hume gives to gauge the strength of testimony.
What is the character of the witnesses? and How many witnesses are there?
Hume describes a miracle as a ________ of the laws of nature.
For Hume that uniform experience is a _____ against the existence of any miracle.
One of the four arguments that Hume gives against miracles is that the miracles of each religion serve to _________ ____ ____.
discredit each other
Explain in your own words one of the three conclusions from the three famous quotes I gave in the Hume lecture.
Miracles cannot serve as a foundation to any religion.
What are the two versions of the problem of evil I gave in class.version.
Logical and Evidential
Explain in your own words one of the three things Rowe plans to accomplish in his paper on the problem of evil.
What position should the informed atheist take concerning the rationality of theistic belief?
In his paper Rowe uses atheist, theist, and agnostic in the ______ _____.
List two of the three preliminary claims that Rowe gives in his paper on the problem of evil.
Human and animal suffering occurs daily and is in abundance in our world and This suffering is a form of evil.
Rowe gives the example of ___ _________ _________ __ _ _______ ____ as an example to undermine a greater good theodicy.
The pointless suffering of a burning fawn
List the two types of theodicies I gave in class in the lecture on the problem of evil.
Character Building and Free Will
In the lecture on the problem of evil, I gave a distinction between two types of evil:
Natural Evil and Moral Evil.
Whately's argument is a ________ __ ________ argument against Hume's view.
reductio ad absurdum
Whately uses a history of _________ as a counterexample to Hume's view.
Whately attacks Hume's claim that our desire to hear or read _________ ______ causes us to believe anything.
Whately also sets up __________ as the media for the evidence of Napoleon.
Whately gives three reasons for testing the credibility of witnesses. Please give one.
There are dramatic differences in the newspapers' accounts.
In the "funny quote" Whatley recounts how France allowed ________ to lose ____ armies.
Whately thinks that Hume would ___ _______ the story of ________ if he found it in an ancient historical text.
not believe, Napoleon
What are two types of knowledge? _____________ ___ _______
Propositional and Ability
Epistemology is the study of _________.
What are the two basic requirements for knowledge?
Truth and Belief
Pritchard gives two examples to show that knowledge is better than true belief. Give both:
Lucky Lass and Skilled Archer
Epistemologists need an account of knowledge that comes from an agents true belief, but is not a matter of _____.
Pritchard argues for _________ _____.
That the earth is a ________ does not depend on whether you think it is true.
A rightly held belief is _________.
Give one of the three claims from Agrippa's Trilemma.
Our beliefs are unsupported
A Trilemma forces someone to choose from three ___________ options.
Pritchard claims that there are three answers to Agrippa's Trilemma. I claimed that there are actually ____.
List the names of two of the four answers to Agrippa's Trilemma.
Infinitism and Coherentism
List two of the seven theories of justification I described as "other forms of justification."
Internalism and Externalism
List one problem for one of the answers to Agrippa's Trilemma. Please list both the view and its problem.
Skepticism: counter-intuitive on the whole, the realm of knowledge is very small
Name the correct philosophers this view: Skepticism - _____ ____, _____ _______
David Hume, Brian Ribiero
Name the correct philosophers this view: Foundationalism - ____ ________, __ _________
Rene Descartes, Al Plantinga
Name the correct philosophers this view: Coherentism - _____, _____, _______
Quine, Leher, BonJour
Name the correct philosophers this view: Infinitism - ____ ____, _____ _____
Scott Akin, Peter Klein