Compare and Contrast the views of Dualism, Materialism and Idealism

Questions from Moore, B & Bruder, K (2010). Philosophy: The Power of Ideas: Chapter 6: The Rise of Modern Metaphysics and Epistemology. New York: McGraw Hill

Chapter 6

  1. Compare and Contrast the views of Dualism, Materialism and Idealism
  2. Explain and Evaluate Rene Descrates’ views on knowledge
  3. Explain and evaluate Rene Descartes’ evil demon conjecture
  4. Explain and evaluate the views of Oliva Sabuco de Nantes on the connection between the mind and the body.
  5. Explain and evaluate Benedictus de spinoza’s view the “God is all” (or everything).
  6. Explain and evaluate George Berkeley’s view that “to be, is to be perceived”.
  7. Explain the evaluate John Locke’s theory of representative realism.
  8. Explain and evaluate Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz’s view of monads.

Discussion:  Compare and contrast the views of Thomas Hobbes and George Berkeley on Substance

Chapter 7

  1. Evaluate David Hume’s claims about the self.
  2. Explain and evaluate David Hume’s claims about cause and effect.
  3. A) Explain and evaluate Immanuel Kant’s Copernican revolution in philosophy”. B.) How does ge resolve the problems presented by Hume?
  4. Explain the distinction between the phenomena and the noumena.
  5. Explain what George Hegel Means by “Infinite or absolute consciousness”
  6. Explain an devaluate Arthur Schopenhauer’s view that people are rarely rational in their actions, is he correct?
  7. If David Hume’s arguments correct, then what the implications for Science and Knowledge in General?
  8. What does it truly mean to exist, independent of anyone’s ideas or perceptions?

Discussion: Compare and contrast the views of David Hume and Immanuel Kant on the principle of causality

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