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Evaluate the role of money (or its absence) in conveying knowledge in both the planned economy Marx describes and in a market-driven system.  Is Mises and Hayek's criticism, the "knowledge problem," a valid one, or does Marx have a better solution than Hayek and Mises understand?
Mises again: "In an exchange economy, the objective exchange value of commodities becomes the unit of calculation. This involves a threefold advantage. In the first place we are able to take as the basis of calculation the valuation of all individuals participating in trade. The subjective valuation of one individual is not directly comparable with the subjective valuation of others. It only becomes so as an exchange value arising from the interplay of the subjective valuations of all who take part in buying and selling. Secondly, calculations of this sort provide a control upon the appropriate use of the means of production. They enable those who desire to calculate the cost of complicated processes o

What Is Mind

Write an essay (1,000-1,250 words) that addresses the mind-body problem. Be sure to include the following in your paper:

An introductory paragraph that includes a thesis statement (50-100 words).
A paragraph that defines and describes the basic issues/questions concerning the mind-body problem (100-150 words).
Describe the following four philosophical solutions to the mind-body problem (type, identity theory, functionalist physicalism, property dualism, and substance dualism) as discussed in the course materials (250-300 words).
Choose what you believe to be the best one of these five philosophical solutions to the mind-body problem, based on readings in this topic. In detail, present and explain your position and provide support for your view (500-550 words).
Finally, provide a brief concluding paragraph that summarizes your essay (100-150 words).
Use and properly cite information from the course materials (for example: class lectures, topic overview, textbook, t

Philosophy Writing

How do hypotheses like that we might be in the Matrix or brains in vats present an argument that we do not know anything?  Is that argument sound?  Valid? To answer this, be sure to...
a. Explain the hypothesis.
b. Explain its features. What does it tell us about what we know?  How can it be refuted?c c. Present an argument based on this hypothesis that we do not know anything.
d. Assess that argument.

Philosophy Writing

How do hypotheses like that we might be in the Matrix or brains in vats present an argument that we do not know anything?  Is that argument sound?  Valid? To answer this, be sure to...
a. Explain the hypothesis.
b. Explain its features. What does it tell us about what we know?  How can it be refuted?c c. Present an argument based on this hypothesis that we do not know anything.
d. Assess that argument.

Discussion

In Chapter 3, you read about Logical Arguments, and in Chapter 6, you read about Counterarguments. In this post, we will explore an argument for or against a contemporary issue. Write a brief but reasoned argument for or against the following. The goal is to be logical, but recognize that I am forcing your classmates to disagree with you.
CHAPTER 3:
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Philosophy

Reading:

Immanuel Kant, extracts from Groundwork (in response to "Hume's guillotine") November 5John Stuart Mill, extracts from Utilitarianism (also from On Liberty, and The Subjugation of Women)

The assignment question:

      The debate over the morality of abortion has been waged between the proponents of a woman's right to choose and those people who are against all abortion procedures.  Each side can give reasons to justify or support their particular viewpoint. 
    Now imagine the Kantian is engaged in this debate.  Based on what we've said about Kant's view of morality, what do you think he would say about the morality of abortion?  What do you think Mill (or any Utilitarian) would say?  Explain how each one would justify his position. 

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Due Week 3 and worth 30 points

When looking for information about a particular issue, how often do you try to resist biases toward your own point of view? This assignment asks you to engage in this aspect of critical thinking by playing the "Believing Game." The Believing Game is about making the effort to "believe" - or at least consider - the reasons for an opposing view on an issue.

The assignment is divided into two (2) parts.
In Part I of the assignment (due Week 3), you will first read a book excerpt about critical thinking processes: "The Believing Game and How to Make Conflicting Opinions More Fruitful" by Peter Elbow. Next, you will review the Procon.org Website in order to gather information. Then, you will engage in prewriting to examine your thoughts.

Note: In Part II of the assignment (due Week 5), you will write an essay geared towards synthesizing your ideas.

Part I - Prewriting: Follow the instructions below for this prewriting activity. U

Philosophy

What are the divisions or branches of academic philosophy as Manuel Velasquez understands them? How does he describe said divisions? Does Velasquez believe that the study of philosophy is beneficial? If he does, what are his reasons for claiming that it is beneficial? Considering what you have learned so far, what do you think about Velasquezs view in Chapter 1 of the advantages of studying philosophy? Please give evidence that you have read the assigned readings carefully and that you have sought to understand them. Also, please develop your answer clearly and thoroughly.

Hesiod’s Theogony

written analysis of Hesiods Theogony. The paper should
(i) clearly articulate the question asked by the author,
(ii) articulate the authors conclusion, and most importantly
(iii) explicate the authors argument.
The purpose is not to interpret or criticize the text, but only to outline the logical structure of the authors argument.

Philosophy exam essays 300 level Theory of knowledge

Just follow the instructions on the doc and do not copy anything from the internet, use up to 3 sources from a reliable source. do not use any above undergrad level words. Please let me know if you have any questions. Will tip good if receive a good point.
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