PHILL 3 Custom Essay

GUIDELINES

• 5-7 pages total, double-spaced, 12pt Times New Roman font.

• You will have access to your books, so make use of them in your answers. Cite page numbers as needed.

• Pro Tip: Be sure you answer EVERY part of the question!

• Please review the course plagiarism policy. Then re-review it. Seriously.

Answer question #1 (10pts) and any two of #2-#6 (10pts each)

1. Summarize the cases of Morris Braverman (Ch.5) and Elinor Rosenblum (Ch. 7) in Milgram’s Obedience to Authority. Each subject manifests strange behavior. What would Sartre say was wrong with each

of them (hint: They have slightly different problems)? Use Sartre’s terminology. How would Sartre respond to the claim that these people couldn’t have done anything differently? Would he think that they have

an excuse?

2. What are the four main objections to Sartre’s Existentialism? How does Sartre address them in his text? Are all of his responses successful? Explain how they succeed/fail.

3. What does Sartre mean when he says “Existence Precedes Essence”? Summarize his argument for this claim and explain how the realization of this fact leads us to anguish. Do you agree with him? Why

(not)?

4. Socrates says that “no one knowingly and willingly chooses evil.” Sartre claims that “we can never choose evil”. Summarize, compare and contrast these positions. Who makes the more compelling case?

5. Reflection on Descartes’ dualism- and in particular, its relation to the Problem of Other Minds- leads Ryle to adopt philosophical behaviorism and Sartre to declare that “hell is other people”. Explain the

relationships between (a) Descartes and Ryle, and (b) Descartes and Sartre. (You do not need to discuss the relationship between Ryle and Sartre). A good answer will make proper use of the term

“solipsism”.

6. William Paley’s Teleological Argument and Sartre’s argument that existence
precedes essence rely on a common premise. What is that premise, and how does it inform their respective positions?

PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTION ABOVE, ITS VERRY IMPORTANT TO CITE THE PAGES AND TO TO BRING THE INFORMATION FROM THE SAME BOOKS.

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