Is the “unexamined life” worth living?

Is the “unexamined life” worth living? Or, is the moral life the best life? Custom Essay

  1. Briefly define the “examined life” according to Socrates in “Apology.”
  2. Take a side and state your position/thesis/conclusion; specify “the good life” as the criterion for your evaluation.
  3. Make at least one argument for your position supported by a “real life” experience.
  4. Make at least one argument against your opposition’s best critique of your position.
  5. Make use of arguments presented in the assigned readings.
  6. Make use of Al Gore’s Nobel Peace Prize Lecture in your argument.
  7. Incorporate rhetorical content from Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave.”

Assigned readings: Plato’s Allegory of the Cave, Plato “Apology”, Plato “Republic” and Al Gore’s Nobel Peace Prize Lecture (Oslo, 2007).

  1. Support an argument made in one of the assigned readings by offering your experience as evidence for its truth.
  2. Attack an argument made in one of the assigned readings by offering your experience as a counter-example revealing its falsity.
  3. Construct an original analogy that reveals something positive or negative about the examined or the unexamined life.
  4. Offer an original thought experiment, or build one offered in the reading, to make your case.

 

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