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Philosophy Quiz 3
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Provide Aristotle's definition of a virtue in your own words
According to Aristotle a virtue is a disposition to perform the right actions with the right intentions are feeling
Provide several examples of virtues
Patience, courage, temperance
Why does franklin think that virtues are good and will make people happier?
Franklin thinks this because it will bring them money, respect and better relationships with friends and loved ones.
Does franklin think that atheist could agree with most of his reasons for thinking that virtues are good and contribute to happiness?
Which virtue did you pick?
What vice would you have, if you did not have that virtue?
If you have that vice, what selfish disadvantages does franklin think you would experience in life?
One would have less money, earn less respect and would not have good relationships with friends and loved ones
What are the relationships between the "Battle hymn of the republic" and the older song with the lyrics: "John Browns Body lies a mouldering in the grave, his souls marching on"?
They have the same tune, same rough message: violence in favor of righteous cause namely ending slavery
What moral and political goals or "righteous cause" did the "battle hymn of the republic" support and encourage?
Violence is both morally permissible and perhaps obligatory in the case is righteous enough- like ending slavery
In what circumstances does the "battle hymn of the republic" imply that violence can be morally good?
Might lead you to think violence as uplifting if it is done for a righteous cause
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