1-Compare and contrast the views of John Searle and Rene Descartes on dualism. John developed came up with the theory that was mental and physical just like the Rene. However the differences are that the substances seemed to be single. In the other hand Rene beliefs that dualism is made of two substances that are mind and body. Where the body is said to be the physical and the mind to be the thoughts. These two have common minds in that they all recognize that body has parts 2-Compare and contrast the views of George Berkeley and Thomas Hobbes on the mind. According to Berkely the idea is the only thing that is real whereby is referred to as idealism and in return he claims that all real objects are not physical. Thomas contrary claims that only one thing exists and that is the body being in motion He relationship to contrast nature and a watch there is science that legitimized a great many years of development of every living animal and humankind in each and every part of our life even watches are not the same as years back. 15-Explain and evaluate the problem of evil. The issue of evil guarantees that if exist a God which all capable all knowing and all great why exist Evil on the planet. In the event that all the three Omni being existed how would they enable malice to exist? There is such a large amount of malevolence on the planet as there is of God so why God don't endeavor to stop all malicious. I trust it is the privilege to each individual to ask a similar inquiry. In this world where wars fear mongering and kills are the ordinary news it is difficult to not make that inquiry. [...]
Answer the following questions, Be sure to number your answers, so they correspond with the questions. Each answer to each question should be at least one paragraph or more. Answers may come from only two sources, your textbook and your mind. No work should be submitted from Internet or other sources. See the sample in Getting Started for an example of what is required. Be sure to use standard English grammar and spelling. 1-Compare and contrast the views of John Searle and Rene Descartes on dualism. 2-Compare and contrast the views of George Berkeley and Thomas Hobbes on the mind. 3-Does the materialist position imply a determinist position on the possibility of free will? Explain. 4-Explain what David Hume means by saying that we have no evidence of the self. How is Hume’s view related to Milarepa’s on this subject? 5-If a computer app beats you every time you play chess, is the computer smarter than you? Does your computer think? 6-Is free will possible if there is such a thing as God’s plan? 7-Explain the paradox of Buridan’s donke and what Spinoza makes of this paradox. 8-In what sense does Alyosha Karamazov realize that he is free in Dostoyevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov. 9-For existentialists from Dostoyevsky to Sartre, in what sense are human beings outside determinism? 10-Explain, compare, and contrast the views of Anselm and Gaunilo regarding the Ontological argument. 11-Explain and evaluate the views of Freud and Nietzsche, on the rationality of religious belief. 12-Explain and evaluate the views of Tolstoy and Kierkegaard, on the rationality of religious belief. 13-Explain and evaluate Pascal’s Wager. Would belief based on such an argument get you into heaven? 14-Explain and evaluate William Paley’s version of the design argument. 15-Explain and evaluate the problem of evil.