Moral Theory.

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Utilitarians and Kantians have differing normative theories on what makes a decision morally permissible though they may each agree on the moral position to take. In this essay, you need to show your understanding of the two major moral theories by developing a moral argument in the context of a specific bioethics case. You can […]

True-justified-belief theory of knowledge and theGettier case.

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Explain the true-justified-belief theory of knowledge (i.e. explain whether the conditions are each necessary, sufficient, sufficient taken together). Then make up your own Gettier case and explain why it is counter-example to the analysis (i.e. explain if it attacks the sufficiency of the conditions, their necessity…) Looking for the best essay writer? Click below to […]

Philosopher.

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Write a standard font philosophy paper on a specific idea by a specific philosopher or philosophers. Looking for the best essay writer? Click below to have a customized paper written as per your requirements.

Analytical Essay.

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BOOK: EXISTENTIALISM AND HUMAN EMOTIONS by Jean-Paul Sartre (ISBN:0-8065-0902-3) PROMPT: “How would Jean-Paul Sartre respond to modern advertising? Be specific by using Sarte’s language.” Looking for the best essay writer? Click below to have a customized paper written as per your requirements.

Fundamental rights.

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What fundamental rights ought to be extended to all persons? What justifications can be employed for limiting someone’s rights? Looking for the best essay writer? Click below to have a customized paper written as per your requirements.

Hume.

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Discuss the form(s) of “sympathy” found in Book II of the Treatise. What is the difference between the ‘principle’ of sympathy, and ‘sympathy’ as an imaginative exercise? What does sympathy give Hume, in terms of the explanatory force of his philosophical psychology? Why, according to Hume, is sympathy commonly “highly variable”? Why is “extensive sympathy”—which […]