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100

The belief that life has no inherent meaning or purpose, allowing us to be completely free.

Existentialism

100

Said that in order to stop the suffering of life, one must follow the eightfold path and shun worldly attachment.

Siddhartha Gautama (The Buddha)

100

"I'm ____"- Batman

Batman

100

da guy pushin da boulder

Sisyphus

200

The belief that the “right” actions can be measured by calculations of the greatest happiness for the greatest number.

Utilitarianism

200

Advocated for absolute government claiming that humans were naturally selfish and violent, thus needed to be controlled. Also has a comic strip stuffed tiger named after him. 

Thomas Hobbes

200

"One must imagine _____ happy"- Albert Camus

Sisyphus

200

the name of the guy that was playing saxophone here

Luca!!!! 

300

The approach to knowledge that prioritizes internal reason and logic from the intellect, and “a priori”.

Rationalism

300

Believed that humans are born a “blank slate”, but still naturally good and capable of reason, thus deserved self-government. Does not have a comic strip tiger named after him :(

John Locke

300

"I _____, therefore I am"-René Descartes 

think

300

The branch of philosophy that deals with moral principles and values, and discern between right and wrong.

Ethics

400

The theory that pleasure (satisfying desire) is the highest good, and should be the proper aim of life.

Hedonism

400

(Beefed w/ Aristotle) Said that the world we interact with is an imperfect version of the higher world of Forms/ Ideas, which are the “essences” of everything.

Plato

400

"Anxiety is the dizziness of ____"- Søren Kierkegaard  

freedom

400

cool epic mystery surprise

Draw something. Mr. Scrivens picks his favorite and that group gets the points.

500

Approach to knowledge that focuses on material observation/ experience, physical senses, experimentation, and “a posteriori”.

Empiricism

500

(Beefed w/ Plato) Said that things are not imperfect versions of some higher universal form, rather that the idea of it comes after its existence.

Aristotle

500

"Behold, a ___!"- Diogenes, holding a plucked chicken.

man

500

The branch of philosophy that studies the nature and scope of knowledge (how we know what we know)

Epistemology

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