1. Develop a thought experiment that attempts to uncover hidden assumptions about human freedom. 2. Find a paragraph from a book, magazine, ect. First, tell whether there are claims in the paragraph. If there are, identify the types of claims (descriptive, normative, a priori, a posteriori) in the paragraph

## 1. Develop a thought experiment that attempts to uncover hidden assumptions about human freedom. 2. Find a paragraph from a book, magazine, ect. First, tell whether there are claims in the paragraph. If there are, identify the types of claims (descriptive, normative, a priori, a posteriori) in the paragraph

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A young guy just graduating college scored a good job and has a job that will allow him to buy a new car.he was heartbroken to find out the tesla roadster is out of his price range and out of production.he lives near a tesla dealership and has been a fan of the idea of an electric car, but he is not sure it would work for him.he needs your help in evaluating decision. He drives about 20,000 miles a year, and his commute to work is 30 miles each way and was thinking he could even keep his 1998 pontiac sunfire around as a second.it only costs about 300\$ a year to keep insurance on the sunfire.he was surprised that the insurance and related fees were really pretty much the same.he knows he will be bound by the 300 miles range of the electric , but he likes the idea of them. If he gets a Tesla, he will plan on just keeping the sunfire too.an added benefits of going with the Buick is that he could just have one car around.if it would meet his needs, he is willing to rent a car if he goes on a long trip. 1) Which is cheaper?is it financially better to keep the sunfire around and get a tesla S, or should be get the buick? 2) If he was to finance his new car purchase a 0 % interest for four years, what is the total cost of fuel/power, vechile, and oil changes at 5,000 miles? 3) His garage has a 15amp 120 volt plug, but for \$750 he could get a 50 amp 220 plug added.Tesla claims 48 hours charging time for 15 amp plug in and a 50 amp plug in.is it worth the cost and can be save enough to justify this extra cost if he goes electric. Here is the information he has to compare the two cars. Tesla mOdel S 4 door 85 k Wh battery 85

## A young guy just graduating college scored a good job and has a job that will allow him to buy a new car.he was heartbroken to find out the tesla roadster is out of his price range and out of production.he lives near a tesla dealership and has been a fan of the idea of an electric car, but he is not sure it would work for him.he needs your help in evaluating decision. He drives about 20,000 miles a year, and his commute to work is 30 miles each way and was thinking he could even keep his 1998 pontiac sunfire around as a second.it only costs about 300\$ a year to keep insurance on the sunfire.he was surprised that the insurance and related fees were really pretty much the same.he knows he will be bound by the 300 miles range of the electric , but he likes the idea of them. If he gets a Tesla, he will plan on just keeping the sunfire too.an added benefits of going with the Buick is that he could just have one car around.if it would meet his needs, he is willing to rent a car if he goes on a long trip. 1) Which is cheaper?is it financially better to keep the sunfire around and get a tesla S, or should be get the buick? 2) If he was to finance his new car purchase a 0 % interest for four years, what is the total cost of fuel/power, vechile, and oil changes at 5,000 miles? 3) His garage has a 15amp 120 volt plug, but for \$750 he could get a 50 amp 220 plug added.Tesla claims 48 hours charging time for 15 amp plug in and a 50 amp plug in.is it worth the cost and can be save enough to justify this extra cost if he goes electric. Here is the information he has to compare the two cars. Tesla mOdel S 4 door 85 k Wh battery 85

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art 1: Some of the more characteristic doctrines of the Enlightenment focused on the power and goodness of human rationality: 1) Reason is the most significant and positive capacity of the human; 2) reason enables one to break free from primitive, dogmatic, and superstitious beliefs holding one in the bonds of irrationality and ignorance; 3) in realizing the liberating potential of reason, one not only learns to think correctly, but to act correctly as well; 4) through philosophical and scientific progress, reason can lead humanity as a whole to a state of earthly perfection; 5) reason makes all humans equal and, therefore, deserving of equal liberty and treatment before the law; 6) beliefs of any sort should be accepted only on the basis of reason, and not on traditional or priestly authority; and 7) all human endeavors should seek to impart and develop knowledge, not feelings or character. (pbs.com) Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Paine, and Thomas Jefferson embodied the Age of Enlightenment. Use your choice of three of the seven doctrines to explain and prove these author’s philosophies. Make sure you draw on our readings to support your choices. Next, consider and discuss how these doctrines have been advanced, tested, and revised as the nation has grown and evolved. Part II: Briefly describe several, meaning more than two, of the conditions of the slave ship as experienced by Olaudah Equiano and related in his narrative. Compare his narrative to that of Phillis Wheatley’s experience. You must use selected quotes from each, but then interpret, in your own words, what the quotes mean and what their impact is on the reader.

## art 1: Some of the more characteristic doctrines of the Enlightenment focused on the power and goodness of human rationality: 1) Reason is the most significant and positive capacity of the human; 2) reason enables one to break free from primitive, dogmatic, and superstitious beliefs holding one in the bonds of irrationality and ignorance; 3) in realizing the liberating potential of reason, one not only learns to think correctly, but to act correctly as well; 4) through philosophical and scientific progress, reason can lead humanity as a whole to a state of earthly perfection; 5) reason makes all humans equal and, therefore, deserving of equal liberty and treatment before the law; 6) beliefs of any sort should be accepted only on the basis of reason, and not on traditional or priestly authority; and 7) all human endeavors should seek to impart and develop knowledge, not feelings or character. (pbs.com) Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Paine, and Thomas Jefferson embodied the Age of Enlightenment. Use your choice of three of the seven doctrines to explain and prove these author’s philosophies. Make sure you draw on our readings to support your choices. Next, consider and discuss how these doctrines have been advanced, tested, and revised as the nation has grown and evolved. Part II: Briefly describe several, meaning more than two, of the conditions of the slave ship as experienced by Olaudah Equiano and related in his narrative. Compare his narrative to that of Phillis Wheatley’s experience. You must use selected quotes from each, but then interpret, in your own words, what the quotes mean and what their impact is on the reader.

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