Read the following:Please start with the single page reading about Epistemology available at http://www.importanceofphilosophy.com/Epistemology_Main.html.Morris, G. (1877). Spinoza — A Summary Accoun

Read the following:
Please start with the single page reading about Epistemology available at
http://www.importanceofphilosophy.com/Epistemology_Main.html
Morris, G. (1877). Spinoza — A Summary Account of His Life and Teaching. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 11(3), p. 278-299. Available at
https://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/25666041.pdf
Read “What is Truth?” Pardi, P. (2015). What is Truth? Philosophynews.com. Available at
http://www.philosophynews.com/post/2015/01/29/What-is-Truth.aspx
Re-watch (yes over again, now that you’re smarter on the topic) the TED-Ed talk on
Plato’s Allegory of the Cave (Book VII in The Republic)
from Unit 4. Gendler, A. (2015). Plato’s Allegory of the Cave. [Video File]. Ted-Ed. Available at

Write a SINGLE-SENTENCE example of each of the four types of knowledge as they directly describe something in your life you believe to be true. Number them 1-4. For example:
“___ is true based on intuitive knowledge.” (or) “We all believe _________ to be true based on _______ knowledge.”
Be creative; you’re an adult; use challenging ideas.
After you’ve posted the first one (and ideally after you have had a couple of responses from others), cut and paste your 1-4 into a new post and defend your reasoning for each:
For Intuitive, describe why it’s obvious to you
For Authoritative, define why the source is an authority in your life
For Logical, give the reasoning you went through
For Empirical, explain the process of proving it
Discussion Guidelines
1 – 2 paragragh for each topic. Cite references in apa format.
Write a 3-page paper on your truth and contrast it against a philosopher we have studied so far this term.
Remember, your personal philosophy is right for you, you do not have to agree with scholars, the professor, or anyone in the class. Please respect yourself enough, as a learner, to state your case, and others enough to allow others to state theirs. Use any previously covered philosopher from Unit 1-6. choose one who’s beliefs about ‘truth’ contrast with your own.
Study.com has some good tips on writing a Contrast Essay.
http://study.com/articles/Step-by-Step_Guide_to_Writing_Compare_and_Contrast_Essays.html
Your classmates, the University Writing Center, and your Professor are all good resources as well.
This is a challenging assignment, which is why the reading this Unit was shortened
You will need to use your college-level research and resource-finding skills to complete this assignment. Practice makes perfect
Review the assessment guidelines before beginning your paper
Be sure to read the assessment criteria before you begin writing
For more information on APA formatting:
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
Assessment Guidelines
Does the paper clearly identify the chosen Philosopher and give a brief explanation of his or her theory of truth?
Does the paper list similarities and differences between the Philosopher and writer?
Does the writer give at least two examples of the argument against the Philosopher from the writer’s point of view?
Presentation of reasonable argument for why the writer is the more valid one of the two (from the writer’s viewpoint).
APA and overall look and feel of the paper is college-level work
Part 3For this week’s journal, please share what the most interesting part (lesson/discussion) this week was to you. How did that reading, or experience of thinking about it, change your perception of knowledge and truth around you? Please explain how you thought before, and how the new viewpoint changed that old thinking into something new. Minimum words is 300. cite references in apa format.







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