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  1. AP World HistoryMr. Fletcher

  2. Philosophy and World History

  3. Here’s an easy one: What does it mean to be GOOD? Write it on your index card.

  4. Tribalism

  5. Judaism

  6. Buddhism

  7. The Greeks

  8. Socrates

  9. Not cool, Dad!

  10. Socrates “Is something good because the gods love it, or do they love it because it is good?”

  11. Christianity

  12. Machiavelli No good and evil, only virtu and fortuna.

  13. Virtu Fortuna

  14. “The strong do as they can, and the weak suffer as they must.”

  15. Utilitarianism “My hair is glorious” The right course of action is one that reduces the most suffering or produces the most happiness.

  16. Here’s a Question: If it meant you could go an a wonderful vacation, would you… …rip the wings off of a beautiful butterfly?

  17. Here’s a Question: If it would create a completely perfect world, would you… …kill one innocent person?

  18. You can’t make an omelete without breaking a few eggs.

  19. Rousseau and the Enlightenment I’m smiling because I have no split ends.

  20. Uh-Oh

  21. Did the guys who made this agree with Rousseau?

  22. Postmodernism

  23. Which one was closest to yours? Tribalism: My people are good, everything else is bad Judaism/Islam: Good is doing what God says Buddhism: Good and evil are two sides of the same thing Christianity: People are born bad, God makes them good Machiavelli: There is no good or evil , there is only power Utilitarianism: Good is whatever helps the most people Rousseau: People are born good, society makes them evil Postmodernism: Good and evil are subjective, they mean whatever you want them to mean