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Plato, Aristotle, and St. Augustine on a Contemporary Issue: Drug Abuse
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A ten page paper explaining the philosophies of these three seminal thinkers in great detail, and speculating about their opinions on the issue of drug abuse in our own day. The paper concludes that Aristotle provided the best way of looking at the situation from a broad, organizational level, while a combination of the Platonic and Augustinian approaches work best when working with individuals seeking to change their lives. Bibliography lists seven sources.
Filename: KBclssic.wps

St. Augustine's Confessions
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A 5 page paper which analyzes St. Augustine's 'Confessions.' Also discussed is the relevancy of his work today as it relates to modern life and Christianity. Bibliography lists 4 additional sources.
Filename: RAstconfes.wps

Natural Law
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This 6 page paper provides an overview of natural law theory and compares and contrasts the views of Aquinas, Hobbes and Cicero. Examples are provided. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: SA51Nat .wps

Renaissance History / The Moral Philosophy of the Humanists
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A 9 page paper that provides an overview of the issue of morality and man's human nature as they relate to the Humanists of Renaissance Europe. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Renhum.wps

Dworkin, Mills And Rawls: Article Summarization
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5 pages in length. The writer summarizes three articles: Ronald Dworkin's 'Is affirmative action doomed?,' Mills' 'Of the limits to the authority of society over the individual,' and John Rawls' 'A theory of justice.' No additional sources cited.
Filename: TLCrawls.wps

If We Are Social Animals, Then Whose Perspective Do We Adopt / John Rawls' or Robert Nozick's?
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A 10 page paper that explores the difference between the theories of justice espoused by these two prominent Harvard philosophers, focusing particularly on concepts of cooperation for mutually beneficial goals, and alternative concepts for the just distribution of the primary benefits of society. The position is taken that both theories can be critiqued from the perspective of their assumptions that human beings operate as separate individuals who make rational choices out of a place of self-interest. The question is whether either social contract or entitlement theory can fully explain the reasons why humans cooperate for mutual well-being. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Rawnov.wps

John Rawls' Difference Principle and Original Position
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John Rawls has been described as the foremost political philosopher of the twentieth century. His philosophy is aligned with Kant and addresses both the ethical forms of political systems and economic theories. This 6 page paper addresses Rawls' concepts of Original Position and Difference Principle in terms of comparison with Libertarianism, Marxist principles and programs appropriate to the United States. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KTjrawls.wps

John Rawls' Original Position
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This 8 page paper discusses John Rawls theory of fairness and justice. Specifically, the essay addresses Rawls' principles concerning inequality in society, when they are just and when they are not just. This discussion inherently must include a description of the maximin rule and what Rawls called the original position. Bibliography lists 5 sources. PGrawls.msw
Filename: PGrawls.msw


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