PHL 464 Entire CourseFor more course tutorials visit
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PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix I: Mythology, Religion, and Philosophy
PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix II: Ancient Quest for Truth
PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix III: Hellenistic, Medieval, and Early Modern Thinkers
PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix IV: Late Modern, Continental, and 19th-Century Thinkers
PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix V: Modern and Postmodern Thought——————————————————————-PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix I: MythologyFor more course tutorials visit
www.shoptutorial.comFrom any of the readings of this week—Homer, Hesiod, Sophocles, or any of the pre-Socratic philosophers—choose and copy statements or passages that you consider mythology, religion, or a philosophical treatise. Find one example for each discipline.
In addition, choose one statement for each of the categories for your own life or current day reading.
Below the matrix, explain in a brief paragraph the difference between the three categories.
Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines.
——————————————————————-PHL 464 Philosophy Matrix II Ancient Quest forTruthFor more course tutorials visit
www.shoptutorial.comUse the matrix to analyze Plato and Aristotle’s theory of knowledge and apply both to current day practices.
In the first column, using the readings about Plato’s search for truth and his theories of knowledge, discuss how contemporary people may be living in a cave and which steps, based on Plato’s model of the Divided Line, will be necessary for their enlightenment.
In the next column, based on Aristotle’s science of the first philosophy, analyze how Aristotle’s metaphysics may guide contemporary people to knowledge about the world.
In the final fields, evaluate how you use either or both of the methods in your own life and explain how Plato and Aristotle used pre-Socratic…

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