Moral Law Theories of the Stoics, Foot, Rousseau & Nozick


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According to the Stoics, how do we devote ourselves to the virtue of reason/ration?

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1. Which Greek philosopher was modernized through the writings of Philippa Foot?

2. What was Jean-Jacques Rousseau's fundamental principle?

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We've put together a series of multiple-choice questions about the moral law theories of Foot, Nozick, the Stoics and Rousseau in this helpful quiz and worksheet. As you take this quiz, you'll be asked about subjects such whose works Philippa Foot's writings modernized and the principle of the social contract.

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  • How we devote ourselves to the virtue of reason according to the Stoics
  • The Greek philosopher modernized through the works of Philippa Foot
  • Jean-Jacques Rousseau's fundamental principle
  • The principle of the social contract
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  • Define what moral laws are
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