PHI 200 Week 4 DQ 2 The Turing Test Recent

PHI 200 Week 4 DQ 2 The Turing Test Recent

PHI 200 Week 4 DQ 2 The Turing Test Recent

If you were asked to defeat the computer in the Turing Test (described in our book), what types of questions would you ask it? Explain why you think these questions would be the type to “reveal” the computer to be a computer? Why would these responses have to be given by a human being? (If you don’t think there are such questions, you will need to explain what, if anything, shows that human beings are unique, and how it shows that.)


1.         Question :       The First Cause argument for the existence of God assumes that

 2.        Question :       The view that certain beliefs must be held solely on the basis of faith is called

 3.        Question :       The Ontological Proof of the Existence of God claims that God exists because

 4.        Question :       To adopt the Principle of Charity is to

 5.        Question :       Evolutionary theory responds to which argument for the existence of God, by showing that complexity can arise from natural causes?

 6.        Question :       John Searle tried to show that there was more to thinking than merely manipulating symbols with his

 7.        Question :       Strong determinism denies that human beings have

 8.        Question :       An essential property of God, according to the Ontological Argument, is

 9.        Question :       The Argument from Design clams that

 10.         Question :           The problem of evil suggests that which of the following cannot be true?

After reflecting on what you have read about and thought about in our course, select one topic that you thought was interesting, challenging, difficult, aggravating, new, or provocative. Discuss why you chose this particular topic, what you have learned about it and how it made you think a bit differently both about the issues this topic raises and about the value of philosophy

After watching the video, “The Relationship of Philosophy to Other Fields,” reflect on the relationship of philosophy to your life, in terms of your future education and career goals. What value does philosophy have? How can people benefit from thinking more philosophically? What significance does thinking and reasoning critically play in society, and in human flourishing?