Plato’s Argument for the Existence of the Human Soul

Questions 1-Plato’s Argument for the Existence of the Human Soul
Here is a version of Plato’s argument for both the existence of, and the immortality of, the human soul (the psyche). If you have some sort of bias as to whether the soul can or not be proven, drop this now! Don’t approach philosophical questions with dogma, prejudice and unsafe assumptions. Instead, approach his argument directly, by honestly, but critically, responding to the question: Did Plato prove it?
Keep in mind what we learned in Chapter One regarding how we proceed, when thinking critically about arguments. Basically, we must ask two questions: (1) Are the premises in the argument true? (2) Do the conclusions follow logically from the premises? Approach Plato’s argument with these two questions. Have fun with this one.

Originally posted 2016-10-25 09:59:48.

Arts That Are NOT Considered Art form

Arts That Are NOT Considered Art form
choose ONLY TWO SPECIFIC WORKS OF ART THAT ARE NOT ALREADY CONSIDERED ART FORM. FOR EXAMPLE TATOOS, IS ART BUT IS NOT CONSIDERED AN ART FORM. Therefore, the two examples of art form can be anything BUT KEEP IN MIND THAT THEY NEED TO BE NOT CONSIDERED ART, and then for EACH work of art you have to answer THIRTEEN QUESTIONS.

Originally posted 2016-10-25 09:59:48.