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1. Most people have views that are strongly influenced and informed by philosophy, often without realizing
it. Identify a view you have—whether on politics, religion, science, culture, or even the media and
entertainment—that might be regarded as being related to philosophy. What kind of reasons do you
have for holding that belief? What figure from the history of philosophy section do you think might have
some views that are similar, or at least relevant, to your own? Explain why you chose that particular
figure.

2. Many philosophers insist that our most strongly held beliefs should be examined and critically
evaluated. Using the required text and outside sources, explain what philosophers mean when they say
that beliefs need justification? What is the importance of subjecting our beliefs to critical scrutiny? What
are the advantages of believing something without examining it? What are the disadvantages? Identify
a specific belief you have that you think is worth defending, and then explain your reasons for holding
that belief. Be sure to include logical reasoning as well as factual evidence in all your arguments.

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