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reinhabitants
10:32 pm - Week 4: Agree & Disagree
To earn 10 points of credit for Intro to Moral Issues, please respond to the question below. Your response needs to be 150 - 200 words. Make sure to include your name in your subject line.


Name one thing that Caputo discusses in _Against Ethics_ that you agree with, and explain why. Also, name one thing that Caputo discusses that you disagree with, and explain why. Note: You may agree and disagree with different aspects of the same point.


To earn another 10 points of credit, please respond to any comment your classmates posted to this topic. Your response needs to be 75 - 100 words. Make sure to include your name in your subject line.


Due Thursday, 8/4

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From:(Anonymous)
Date:August 4th, 2005 10:38 pm (UTC)

Re: Ross Patterson by James Mitchell

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I like your disagreement with Caputo. Plenty of people say "why" in situations that are not humanly possible to understand. That is why we have religion and why science asks the question till they feel they have the answer. I think the reason we deconstruct the "why" is becuase we need change over the years. We need reminders of the answers people give because we forget that all humans have the capability of being flawd. I'm not saying that religion is flawd but we need to ask why and deconstruct becuase we get no where without it. We live in too much fear if we dont understand why a tornado occurs or why our crops never make it through a dry season. We come up with answers like the gods are angry that is the fear.I'm also not saying that asking why in ever single situation is necessarely a good thing, but maybe asking why you would ask why is another way of putting it and another way of deconstruction that could help. If this makes absolutely no since I apologize. Liked your comment.

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