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Papers On Philosophy Of Religion, God'S Existence & Freewill
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Immanuel Kant:
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This 5 page paper provides a brief biography of Immanuel Kant as well as providing insight into his basic philosophies. This paper also highlights Kant's approach to education and why he believed it was important. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Immanuel Kant:

Incompatibilism, free will and determinism
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A paper which considers the possibility of reconciling determinism with free will, with reference to causality and moral responsibility, and looks at the opposing theories of compatibilism and incompatibilism.
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Paper Title: Incompatibilism, free will and determinism

Is Belief In God Reasonable?
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An 7 page paper. The specific question addressed is: If humans believe in God does that mean that belief in God is reasonable? To be reasonable would imply that the "anything" actually exists. The writer presents arguments from philosophers and scientists for the existence of God and makes a conclusion as to the reasonableness of the belief in God. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Paper Title: Is Belief In God Reasonable?

Is God Good?
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A 5 page paper which examines whether or not God can be good considering that evil exists and people suffer. The paper examines Augustine’s argument concerning this topic as well. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Is It Reasonable To Believe That God Exists?
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6 pages in length. Of all the contemplative questions for which people struggle to find answers, none can be as immense or elusive as whether or not God exists. Supporters contend there is absolutely no doubt as to His existence and to question the validity of this claim is to question one's own existence. Others, however, require more than mere verbal validation in order to find it reasonable to believe that God exists, which is why myriad debates on the subject end up focusing upon a more palpable approach to supporting God's legitimacy. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Is It Reasonable To Believe That God Exists?

Is Man Inherently Good or Evil?
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This 7 page paper examines this philosophical question. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Is Man Inherently Good or Evil?

Is There a God?
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This 5 page paper asks whether we have created the concept of God as a means of rationalizing and dealing with death. It explores the philosophy of Leibniz and the research findings that led Francis Crick to abandon his hypothesis that the origin of life from some grand primordial soup is valid. Failing all else, we can give up and believe that the universe originated at the hand of an intelligent and benevolent Creator. Plato’s belief that a single soul occupies many bodies gives us a basis for the ongoing nature of the soul. It is not necessary to create a God for the same purpose. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Is There a God?

Is There a God?: Philosophers
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A 4 page paper which examines the thoughts of three philosophers as it relates to the existence of God. The philosophers examined are Kant, Descartes, and Rousseau. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Is There a God?: Philosophers

Jacques Maritain: How Relevant Are His Ideas To Teaching Religious Education In The Contemporary Context?
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10 pages in length. The relevancy of Jacques Maritain's ideas in the context of contemporary religious teachings speaks to the fundamental nature of Thomism, inasmuch as Maritain was firmly rooted in St. Thomas and the works of his major commentators. Working a significant amount from the philosophies of Aquinas, Maritain's ideas would incorporate quite well into the basic tenets of today's religious teachings. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Jacques Maritain: How Relevant Are His Ideas To Teaching Religious Education In The Contemporary Context?

James Cagney: Free Will and Determinism
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A 5 page paper which discusses the attitudes and beliefs of James Cagney, in relationship to his life. Cagney did not take credit for his success nor for his apparent happiness, claiming that it was perhaps determined. His attitudes and beliefs are discussed in relationship to three philosophers who addressed the conditions of free will and determinism. The philosophers are Baron D’Holbach, Walter T. Stace, and Richard Taylor. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: James Cagney: Free Will and Determinism

Jean Paul Sartre’s “The Wall”
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This 5 page report discusses Jean Paul Sartre’s short story, “The Wall,” which takes place during the 1930s in the era of the Spanish Civil War. Three men are arrested, placed on trial, and sentenced to death for rather nebulous political reasons. The authorities are prepared to execute people for little or no reason whatsoever, and this lack of causality -- so predominant in existentialism -- is a favorite theme of Sartre’s. “The Wall” serves as an excellent example of existential writing in that we are what we are, what happens, happens, and what you see is what you get. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Jean Paul Sartre’s “The Wall”

Jean Paul Sartre’s Understanding of the Relationship Between Freedom and Responsibility
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This 5 page report discusses philosopher Jean Paul Sartre (1905-1980)who offered the world a different vision regarding the nature of the individual’s responsibility for him or herself. The report addresses Sartre’s point of view regarding personal freedom and responsibility. He believed that: “Man is nothing else but what he makes of himself. Such is the first principle of existentialism.” Of course, if choice is completely open-ended, if freedom means entitlement to do and every kind of action that can be imagined, how would such freedom have an impact on human beings in terms of how they exist in the social realm that includes other human beings? Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Jean Paul Sartre’s Understanding of the Relationship Between Freedom and Responsibility

John Locke and David Hume on Power, Cause and Effect and Necessary Connections in their Essays Concerning Human Understanding
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This is a 5 page paper discussing Locke and Hume’s perspectives on power, cause and effect, and necessary connections in their essays on human understanding. Philosophers John Locke and David Hume wrote on human understanding in regards to relationships, power, cause and effect and necessary connection. Locke who wrote “An Essay Concerning Human Understanding” in the late 17th century wrote of the relationships which exist between active and passive power, and the presence of cause and effect as necessary connections in the formulation of individual thoughts of substance, perceptions and ideas. David Hume, who wrote “An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding” in the mid-18th century basically rejected the causal connections argued by Locke in that man can only gain impressions or ideas from his own experience and that these ideas have “unknown causes”. In addition, things of substance and power are also only based on impressions and perceptions and cannot be considered concrete arguments. Both perspectives are still well received today but with some areas of contention. Locke presents a great deal of his material based on the assumption of God’s existence. However, his support of arguments for cause and effect hold within the scientific community. Hume, on the other hand, presents his arguments from a skeptical or atheist standpoint in which perceptions or ideas can only be formulated from experience; ideas also supported by the scientific community. However, Hume rejects the reliance of cause and effect to support arguments; a reliance which of course is a large factor in today’s society, not only from a scientific standpoint but from a philosophical and political standpoint as well. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: John Locke and David Hume on Power, Cause and Effect and Necessary Connections in their Essays Concerning Human Understanding

John Locke: Identity and Ideas
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(5 pp) Locke divides our complex ideas into ideas of substance, modes and relations in his An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690), and then relates those to identity, person and moral agent. The labels may be old but the ideas are still applicable today.
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Paper Title: John Locke: Identity and Ideas

John P. Newport's 'Life's Ultimate Questions'
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18 pages in length. John P. Newport was a quintessential examiner; not only did he base his entire life upon finding out the truth of any given topic, delving deeply into its often soft and malleable center in doing so, but he also sought to bring this truth to the people by way of his insightful literary endeavors. 'Life's Ultimate Questions' reflects the epitome of Newport's unrelenting quest for truth, in that its fundamental objective is to both recognize and understand why the world harbors such a vast array of religious beliefs. No additional sources cited.
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Paper Title: John P. Newport's 'Life's Ultimate Questions'

John Tyndall's "Belfast Address":
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This 6 page paper discusses the biography of John Tyndall and the important of his Belfast Address. This paper underlines the impact this controversial address had on a great many people and the impact which it contninues to have today. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Joseph Butler’s Concept of Benevolence
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A 6 page paper discussing two views of Bishop Butler’s pronouncements of the worth of self love. Joseph Butler (1692-1752) is a pre-utilitarianism, pre-Freud minister who took note of the concept of self-love as not only being morally acceptable, but as constituting a primary impetus for “good works” and benevolence. One of the authors discussed agrees; the other does not wholly disagree but fails to disprove Butler’s position philosophically. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Joseph Butler’s Concept of Benevolence

Kant and Hegel Compared
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This 4 page paper compares the idealism of Hegel with that of Kant's. Ideas about transcendence, God and religion are discussed. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Kant and Hegel Compared

Kant on Good and Evil:
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This 10 page paper discusses the philosphies of Kant in relation to good and evil. This paper refers to his work "Religion and Rational Theology" and also addressed how Kant believed goodness could be restored from evil. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Kant on Religion and Morality
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This 3 page paper examines Kant's views on religion and how they are intertwined with morality. Examples are given. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Kant on Religion and Morality

Kant on the End of All Things and Perpetual Peace
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This 3 page paper discusses Immanuel Kant’s essays “The End of All Things” and “Perpetual Peace.” Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Kant on the End of All Things and Perpetual Peace

Kant: “Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals”
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A 9 page paper which examines Kant’s “Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals.” No additional sources cited.
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Paper Title: Kant: “Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals”

Karen Armstrong's, "The Battle for God":
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This 4 page paper examines the premise of this author that fundamentalism has become a far more powerful force in the world due to increasing technological advancements that tend to obliterate the line between tradition and technology. This author asserts that many of the contemporary problems we face in our modern society stem from this disharmony between traditional conceptions of God versus modern reliance on technology and modernity. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Karen Armstrong's, "The Battle for God":

Kierkegaard: Fear and Trembling
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This 9 page paper discusses his book and his attempts to come to terms with the concept of unquestioning belief in God, and what it can mean; he uses the example of Abraham and Isaac as his starting point for the investigation. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Kierkegaard: Fear and Trembling

Kierkegaard: Stadier and Confiniums
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This 6 page paper discusses the ways in which Kierkegaard's concepts of "stadier" and "confiniums" are important to his concept of spiritual growth. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Kierkegaard: Stadier and Confiniums


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