A Ride on the Bus
Week 5: Read Joel Feinberg’s ” A Ride on the Bus.” and then answer the question below
What is the point of Feinberg’s extreme examples? What is he trrying to show?
State of nature- Hobbes and Locke. After viewing the Powerpoint I created for you and video link at the end answer the following questions
Note: I am using a Powerpoint presentation I also use at the United States Military Academy. Your lesson matches congruently with cadets and this is the reason you will see the background of a USMA philosophy class I teach. Please take the time to understand each slide and watch the videos associated with the links before answering the questions below.
Also, you receive 20 points for simply downloading the powerpoint. If you do not you lose 20 points. Make sure to always download all readings or attachments. 1. According to Hobbes, what is the state of nature? 2. Why do people leave the state of nature and enter civil society? 3. According to Hobbes, what is the justification for the state’s power? 4. According to Locke, what is the state of nature? How is the different from Hobbes? What are the differences between their views? 5. According to Locke, why do people leave the state of nature and enter civil society? 6. According to Hobbes and Locke, what is the justification for the state’s power? What are the differences between their view?