Using critical thinking

1. Argue the role of authority our lives. Explain with a minimum of fifteen sentences
2. In the essay, describe what you can do to beginning taking ownership of your choices and really becoming a free person. Explain with a minimum of fifteen sentences
3. Choose one of the following statements, and write an essay that explains your personal experiences, feelings about the issue, Explain with a minimum of fifteen sentences
4. What does Jean-Paul Sartre’s quote, “Man is condemned to be free” mean to you?
5. Through living creatively, problems can become opportunities for growth. Think of a problem you or someone else has used as an opportunity for growth and explain how this happened. How did it help you or the other person create or refine a life philosophy? Explain with a minimum of fifteen sentences
6. Define a concept that is important to your life now or to your future life. Include explanations of why this concept is significant for you and why it needs defining or redefining. You may want to think of a concept that is expressed in a phrase rather than in a single word. Explain with a minimum of ten sentences. Explain with a minimum of fifteen sentences
7. As Socrates noted, “Virtue is its own reward” contains a substantial measure of truth. What are some of the implications of this saying? Explain with a minimum of fifteen sentences
8. Write an evaluation of your course and the effect of the course on your development of moral responsibility. Explain with a minimum of ten to fifteen sentences
9. You have been asked by a former English teacher to compose a short essay for high school students who are curious about what college teachers will expect of them. Explain with a minimum of fifteen sentences
10If you were teaching a course in ethics, what would be your major goals for the course? Explain with a minimum of fifteen sentences

 

 

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