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Most discussion of enactive perception take what position about what is now popularly called embodiment?
They endorse it
They regard it as part of their theory--part of the gist of enactive perception
They think the body of part of what perception necessarily involves
In the phrase enactive perception, the word 'enactive' refers to what?
In enactive perception, which factors are thought to play a role?
NOT representations, recorded memories, or passively receiving data
Which factors are thought to play a role in perception in the view known as enactive perception?
In his dialogue The Euthyphro, Plato raises a question that he seems to think is crucial. What is that question, or at least a contemporary analogue to it?
"Is what is morally good commanded by God because it is morally good, or is it morally good because it is commanded by God?"
Many people seem to think that Plato's answer to his question in the Euthyphro is that what?
NOT all of the above, and NOT b
Plato's objection that he raises to the answer he opposes to his question in the Euthyphro is that what?
If an action were right because it is loved by the gods, that could make rightness arbitrary
The position could be similar to "might makes right"
One could not sensibly question the rightness of an action
The Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King used Plato's answer and discussion from the Euthyphro in his Letter from a Birmingham Jail". How?
He said that it must make sense to question whether a law is just
He argued that there is some higher meaning to what makes something just other than that it has been commanded
He argued that the fact that something was the law did not necessarily make it just
The famous question in the Euthyphro that Plato raises, had most direct connection with which theory of ethics?
Divine Command Theory
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