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Write a short response to the following question:   Imagine I’ve obtained a photograph of you as a 5-yr-old.  You smile and say, “Yup, that’s me!” Although you&rsqu ...

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 Sources that come from outside of the course are not required or even recommended, but if used must include a clear reference. Please use the following referencing system for outside sources,&nb ...

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1. Drawing on Kagan’s book, Death, carefully explain Dualism, and carefully explain Physicalism. Excluding free will arguments, explain three arguments for Dualism. (One of these arguments ...

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Write a short response to the following question:   Imagine I’ve obtained a photograph of you as a 5-yr-old.  You smile and say, “Yup, that’s me!” Although you’ve likely changed quite a bit since then, the child is you. But what makes you and the child in the photo one and the same person?     One of the main points of the responses is to ...

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 Sources that come from outside of the course are not required or even recommended, but if used must include a clear reference. Please use the following referencing system for outside sources,  1. According to Kagan, what makes death bad for the one who dies? Consider two major objections to this view that Kagan discusses. Explain how he responds to each of these objections. Raise one ot ...

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1. Drawing on Kagan’s book, Death, carefully explain Dualism, and carefully explain Physicalism. Excluding free will arguments, explain three arguments for Dualism. (One of these arguments for Dualism should be Descartes’ argument.)  Consider objections to these three arguments for Dualism. All things considered, do you think the case for Dualism or Physicalism is stronger? D ...

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