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PHILOSOPHY BOWLING RESULTS

• Is the world eternal? YES
• Do humans have contra-causal free will (i.e., can humans do otherwise)? NO
• Is beauty in the eye of the beholder? YES
• Do humans have souls? YES
• Are there natural rights? YES
• Is it morally permissible to eat meat? NO
• Is the unexamined life worth living? NO
• Is truth subjectivity? YES
• Is virtue necessary for happiness? YES
• Can a computer have a mind? YES
• Can humans know reality as it is in itself? YES
• Is hell other people? YES
• Can art be created accidentally? NO
• Can we change the past? NO
• Are numbers real? NO
• Is it always better to know the truth? YES

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Note: if you were planning to be happy without being virtuous, forget about it. And, yes, for crying out loud, a computer can have a mind.

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2 Comments

  1. Sandi says:

    This little and super funny article begs the question, are values relative??

    http://law.ubalt.edu/downloads/law_downloads/IRC_Shakespeare_in_the_Bush.pdf

    Like

  2. Sandi says:

    Shakespeare in the Bush
    An American anthropologist set out to study the Tiv of West
    Africa and was taught the true meaning of Hamlet.
    By Laura Bohannan
    Just before I left Oxford for the Tiv in West Africa, conversation turned to
    the season at Stratford. “You Americans,” said a friend, “often have
    difficulty with Shakespeare. He was, after all, a very English poet, and one
    can easily misinterpret the universal by misunderstanding the particular.”

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