Assignment No. 3 in Introduction to Philosophy with Logic


1. Compare master morality and slave morality. Provide an example in each category.

2. Discuss your understanding on the video presentation you have watched regarding the the philosophy on life, liberty, and property. 

3. Is free will compatible or incompatible with determinism? Justify your answer.


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Gela Faith said...

Gela Faith N.Cortado BSA1

1.Master morality:He knows that it is he himself only who confers honour on things;he is a creator of values.He honours whatever he recognizes in himself:such morality equals self-glorification.An example of master morality is the king.Slave morality:He has a skepticism and distrust,a refinement of distrust of everthing "good" that is there honoured he would fain persuade himself that the very happiness there is not genuine.He is good-natured,easily deceived,perhaps a little stupid,un bonhomme.An example of slave morality is the service crow at the restaurant.
2.The video presentation I have watched regarding the philosophy of life,liberty,and property.Is all about self-ownership;You own your life.You are responsible for your life.The initiation of force or fraud to take life is murder,to take liberty is slavery,and to take property is thef.You have the right to protect your own life,liberty,and justly acquired property from the forceful aggression of others.You have the right to seek leaders for yourself but you have no right to impose rules unto others.This is the basis of a truly free society.It is not only the most practical and humanitarian foundation for human action it is also the most ethical.
3.I think no.Because Determinism(hard or scientific) is the philosophical view that all events(including mental events)have a cause.In other words,all states of affairs,both physical and mental,are conditioned by their causes and are describable by scientific law while Free Will is the philosophical and theological doctrine that some of our choices are uncaused and effective.Free Will results from the absence of causes,conditions,or other necessary determinations of choice or behavior.The usual definition of this term in philosophy is not affirmative but negative.

Anonymous said...

Jayar Custodio
BSA 1
TF 7:30-9:00

1. Master morality is a "yea-saying" attitude where "good" and "bad" are equivalent to "noble" and "despicable" respectively. The master creates value.

The higher type creates his own values out of strength; the meek and powerless begin with resentment.

Slave morality is a "nay-saying" attitude or herd morality which holds to the standard of that which is useful or beneficial to the weak or powerless. The virtues are sympathy, kindness, and humility. Strong and independent individuals are evil.

Coexistence is impossible because the herd seeks to impose its values universally.

2. I understand that people to consider to have a free will there's should a life liberty and property. that one have a obligation to her/himself and for others also and When i watch a video theres a many Rules like dont snatch property and give freedom for other..

3.Incompatibilism is the position that free will and determinism are logically incompatible, and that the major question regarding whether or not people have free will is thus whether or not their actions are determined. "Hard determinists", such as Martin Luther and d'Holbach, are those incompatibilists who accept determinism and reject free will. "Metaphysical libertarians", such as Thomas Reid, Peter van Inwagen, and Robert Kane, are those incompatibilists who accept free will and deny determinism, holding the view that some form of indeterminism is true Another view is that of hard incompatibilism, which states that free will is incompatible with both determinism and indeterminism. This view is defended by Derk Pereboom

Anonymous said...

TOLENTINO, jhoyce BSA-1 Introduction to Philosophy with Logic

1. Master morality is a "yea-saying" attitude where "good" and "bad" are equivalent to "noble" and "despicable" respectively. The master creates value.
Slave morality is a "nay-saying" attitude or herd morality which holds to the standard of that which is useful or beneficial to the weak or powerless. The virtues are sympathy, kindness, and humility. Strong and independent individuals are evil.
Master morality weighs actions on a scale of good or bad consequences unlike slave morality which weighs actions on a scale of good or evil intentions.
My own examples for the master morality are the officials. They make their own values out of strength if they want to be noble or despicable. For slave morality are the common people of the country.

2. My understanding is we own our own life but we do not own the lives of others. Life is the freedom to live without anyone to dictate you. Liberty is the capacity to think and act freely and independently. Property is the product of our life and liberty. The fruit of our labor and energy, time and talents. At time when people used force or fraud to take from others without voluntarily consent, the initiation of force or fraud to take life is murder, to take liberty is slavery, and to take property is theft. We have the right to protect our life, liberty and property. We can also ask help from others to defend us.

3. Free will is incompatible with determinism. Free will is the ability to make choices freely. Determinism is the state wherein you can say it is your own destiny. It is incompatible because if we believe in our destiny then we do not have a choice. But though we are all free to make choices, we are all responsible not only for ourselves but for the welfare of others.

Anonymous said...

ROSELLA S. MABALOT
BSA

1. These define a person by there actions to  there  world  around  them  and  how  they  handle  certain situations they encounter throughout their natural  life. Master morality is the one who give instruction to his servant while the slave morality is the one who follow all the instruction given by his master..
2.My understanding in the video we've watched, it tells that we are the one who responsible in our own life. Each one of us has a freedom to do whatever they want. You are the one who create your own future.
3 Its incompatible with determinism. Because free will is the ability to choice whatever we want without the permission of the others. We can choice what kind of life we want.

Anonymous said...

joseph romero bsba-1


1.master morality. the strong willed men the good is the noble strong and powerful while the bad is weak

example the king he is the ruler of his kingdom he only value his own opinio


slave morality.the unfotunate men

example the people in philippines some of us is born unfortunate

2.I undrestand that every one of us own our own life and no other person or a group of person,owns our life nor do you own the life of others



3. no because free will is the ability to choose free while determinism is a state where you can say that you are destined so what is the porpuse of free will if we are destined.

Anonymous said...

Joan Ericka Suan B. BSBA-1
Introduction to Philosophy with Logic

1. Compare master morality and slave morality. Provide an example in each category.
Master morality weighs actions on a scale of good or bad consequences while slave morality which weighs actions on a scale of good or evil intentions.

2. Discuss your understanding on the video presentation you have watched regarding the philosophy on life, liberty, and property.

The video presentation define the decoration of independence that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It is all the self ownership; you own your life this concepts states that no other person, or group of person’s owns your life nor do you own the lives of others. Liberty power or right of doing, thinking, speaking, etc. according to choice. You have the right to protect your own life, liberty, justly acquired property from the forceful aggression of others and you have also the right to ask others to help defend you. But you do not have the right to initiate force against the life, liberty, property of others.

3. Is free will compatible or incompatible with determinism? Justify your answer.

I can say they’re both free will and determinism is entirely incompatible. Free will is the ability to make an action base on our own desire. Determinism is a belief that everything that happen is base on unbroken chain a prior events. The ideal free will is not compatible with God and a Christians saints. Example, the decision to follow God or not follow God, the decision to go to in heaven or in hell, the decision to be good or evil. We all knew that God is powerful, he has an infinite knowledge, and this would mean that He can see the future. This knowledge establish a predetermined destiny to the people. There would be nothing you could do to change what God knows. Your choice to choose is very irrelevant. You can’t just have in a both place.

Anonymous said...

Gelardine A. Aldema
BSBA

1. Master morality weighs actions on a scale of good or bad consequences unlike slave morality which weighs actions on a scale of good or evil intentions. What Nietzsche meant by 'morality' deviates from common understanding of this term. For Nietzsche, a particular morality is inseparable from the formation of a particular culture. This means that its language, codes and practices, narratives, and institutions are informed by the struggle between these two types of moral valuation. For Nietzsche, master-slave morality provides the basis of all definition of Western thought. While slave morality values things like kindness, humility and sympathy, master morality values pride, strength, and nobility. Master morality is the strong-willed. Unlike master morality which is sentiment, slave morality is literally re-sentiment revaluing that which the master values. As master morality originates in the strong, slave morality originates in the weak. Because slave morality is a reaction to oppression, it abuses its dictator. Slave morality is the inverse of master morality.

2. My understanding in the video presentation regarding on life, liberty and property thus are the liabilities that no one can get it away from you, it is your possession and do not allow anybody to steal it from you. No one has the right to trample your personality and life. You don not have the right also to trample others life. You have your own choice and freedom to do whatever you want as long as you would not trample anybody’s life. Liberty is the condition to which an individual has the right to behave according to one's own personal responsibility and free will and you have the right to think about your decision and do not believe by dictating of the others. The owner of property has the right to consume, you have the control to use of your own property.

3. Free will is incompatible with determinism, because free will is the ability of a person to make choices and free from certain kinds of constraints. The claim of that determinism is false and thus that free will exists or the claim that determinism is true and thus that free will do not exist. Both of these positions agree that causal determination is the relevant factor in the question of free will that is why it is incompatible. Incompatible is the position that free will and determinism are logically incompatible, and that the major question regarding whether or not people have free will is thus whether or not their actions are determined.

Anonymous said...

SANCHEZ,Ma.Nathalee Queen D.
BSBA-1

1)Master morality is a nobility it is the strong-willed of the person you can decide what you want then the slave morality is a utility it is a serving that you can followed.

2)life is the purpose that makes a thing what it is.then liberty is a power to choice or a privilege.property is the ownership a person may acquire and hold.

Anonymous said...

Garganera, Katherine C. BSA-I

1.Master morality it id described as people with yea-saying attitude who are strong willed and value pride people' strength and nobility, and the nobility or the masters called themselves the truthful ones, while slave morality, o the other hand described as people with a nay-saying attitude who are weak and value kindness , humility and sympathy. And it was said that the salves are the ones who are coward, the timid, the insignificant, and those thinking narrow utility or despised; moreover also, the distrustful with their constrained glances, the self-abasing, the dog like kind of men who let themselves be abused, the mendicant flatterers , and above all the liars- it is a fundamental belief of all aristocrats that the common people are untruthful.
Example: The master and the servant. The servant serves his master because his master has the strength and he is the elevated one. So the master has the ability to command his servant.
2.About the video, for me it shows that you can't take away in others their life their liberty or freedom and their property, this shows the slave-master morality where the master holds his slaves life so the slave has no freedom he has no choice. And there is that do not abused ones kindness do not take everything away from her or him. And do not let others abused your kindness that might cause you to be pitiful.
3.Freewill is not compatible with determinism.
Other says that God planned our destiny so we don't have the freewill to make our own destiny, because we believed in that destiny. Free destination is limiting our freewill, it limit us to make our own choices and to make our own destiny.

Anonymous said...

Janine M. Gonzales
BSA1
1.master morality originates in the strong,nietzshe argues that this view has forgotten the origins of the values, and thus it calls what is useful good on the grounds of habitualness - what is useful has always been defined as good, therefore usefulness is goodness as a value. the master morality is the full recognition that oneself is the measure of all things. Insomuch as something is helpful to the strong-willed man it is like what he values in himself; therefore, the strong-willed man values such things as 'good'. Masters are creators.
Slave morality

slave morality is literally re-sentiment--revaluing that which the master values.

2.The presentation means that no one can get our life,property,and liverty from us.We have our own decision so that no one can dectate.We are responsible for ourself..All we done is depend upon on us,on how we hold it.

3.Freewill
We need to care about this,because its all about us.

Anonymous said...

Renato A. Punzalan
BSA-1
Introduction to Philosophy with Logic
TF-7:30-9:00
1. Master morality weighs actions on a scale of good or bad consequences while slave morality which weighs actions on a scale of good or evil intentions. Master morality is a morality of the strong-willed. Good is everything that is helpful; what is bad is what is harmful. The essence of master morality is nobility. Morality is designed to protect that which the strong-willed man values, and for slave and master, "Fear is the mother of morality. Example of master morality: The morality of Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, and Hannibal.
Slave morality values things like kindness, humility and sympathy, master morality values pride, strength, and nobility. Slave morality is the inverse of master morality. As such, it is characterized by pessimism and skepticism. Slave morality is created in opposition to what master morality values as 'good'. Slave morality does not aim at exerting one's will by strength but by careful subversion. It does not seek to transcend the masters, but to make them slaves as well. The essence of slave morality is utility: the good is what is most useful for the whole community, not the strong. Example slave morality: The morality of the Christian church...and Christians in general.
2. The Philosophy on life, liberty and property. Our life belongs to us, we own it, no one can have higher authority to our life other that ourselves. Since we own our lives, we have the freedom and freewill to do what we want. We are answerable and responsible in our own act and deeds. Liberty is the capacity to think and act freely and independently. Property is the fruit of our labor, energy, time and talents. Since we own our lives, we have liberty and have the property we own we should do the very best we could and still we need the need of others. While protecting our lives and properties we should be considerate also to other for no man is an Island.
3. Free will is the putative ability of agents to make choices free from certain kinds of constraints. Determinism is the philosophical doctrine that every state of affairs, including every human event, act, and decision is the inevitable consequence of antecedent states of affairs. Both of these positions, which agree that causal determination is the relevant factor in the question of free will, are classed as incompatibilities. Those who deny that determinism is relevant are classified as compatibilities, and offer various alternative explanations of what constraints are relevant, such as physical constraints (e.g. chains or imprisonment), social constraints (e.g. threat of punishment or censure), or psychological constraints (e.g. compulsions or phobias). The principle of free will has religious, ethical, and scientific implications. For example, in the religious realm, free will implies that individual will and choices can coexist with an omnipotent divinity. In ethics, it may hold implications regarding whether individuals can be held morally accountable

Anonymous said...

Jaenin R. Infiesto
Intro to Philosophy with Logic
TF 7:30-9:00




1. Masters are creators of morality; slaves respond to master-morality. What is useful has always been defined as good; therefore usefulness is goodness as a value. The essence of master morality is nobility. It does not need approval but it judges, the master morality is the full recognition that oneself is the measure of all things. Slave morality originates in the weak. Because slave morality is a reaction to oppression, it villainizes its oppressors. Slave morality is the inverse of master morality. As such, it is characterized by pessimism and skepticism. Slave morality is created in opposition to what master morality values as 'good'. Slave morality does not aim at exerting one's will by strength but by careful subversion. It does not seek to transcend the masters, but to make them slaves as well. The essence of slave morality is utility, the conflict arises when the slaves were trying to impose their values to the master.

2. The philosophy of Life, Liberty and Property

Liberty means self ownership, you alone have the right to choose and decide what is best for you, and vice versa, you do not own the lives of the others. The Product of your life and liberty is property, and thus, the body you are presently occupying is your Property, it part of the nature, as well as the material things you are using, this is the product of your time, labor and talent. In addition to these, if there is an exchange, the two parties should voluntarily agree or better yet they should be separated since conflict may arise because each one of them will try to impart what they believe is right. You have the right to impose rules in your own, but you do not have the right to impose rules to the others. To take life is murder, to take liberty is slavery since you will be force to follow the command of the other people, this is the same with the slave morality because you will tend to be submissive to their will, you will give them the benefits by utilizing your life, taking your freedom to choose and decide, they will take your property and everything you owe, this is theft. No matter how high a person can be in regards with their status in the society, they are merely humans too and they have no right or claims that higher than those of any human beings, they have no right to murder, to steal and to enslave people . you are responsible for your own life, when we say that evil deeds arises from evil people , this is not so true at all because the good people tolerates them to continue doing it.

3. Free will is not compatible with determinism for determinism means that events are somehow determined before they happen, One might express determinism metaphorically by saying that there is a book in which everything that will happen is already written, or that the future already exists in the mind of God. What then is the use of free will ? According to a belief in free will our choices are not forced, as the path of a river is forced by its channel, but they are free. Humans clearly choose one action over another, and that choice can clearly be made any of a number of ways. How can a man possibly be free when their life is already determined by someone else. They will not have the capacity to think and decide freely for in the end their action will result in that predetermined event no matter how hard they try avoid that event it will be pointless because it is already determined.

Anonymous said...

Jaenin R. Infiesto
Intro to Philosophy with Logic
TF 7:30-9:00

1. Masters are creators of morality; slaves respond to master-morality. What is useful has always been defined as good; therefore usefulness is goodness as a value. The essence of master morality is nobility. It does not need approval but it judges, the master morality is the full recognition that oneself is the measure of all things. Slave morality originates in the weak. Because slave morality is a reaction to oppression, it villainizes its oppressors. Slave morality is the inverse of master morality. As such, it is characterized by pessimism and skepticism. Slave morality is created in opposition to what master morality values as 'good'. Slave morality does not aim at exerting one's will by strength but by careful subversion. It does not seek to transcend the masters, but to make them slaves as well. The essence of slave morality is utility, the conflict arises when the slaves were trying to impose their values to the master.

2. The philosophy of Life, Liberty and Property

Liberty means self ownership, you alone have the right to choose and decide what is best for you, and vice versa, you do not own the lives of the others. The Product of your life and liberty is property, and thus, the body you are presently occupying is your Property, it part of the nature, as well as the material things you are using, this is the product of your time, labor and talent. In addition to these, if there is an exchange, the two parties should voluntarily agree or better yet they should be separated since conflict may arise because each one of them will try to impart what they believe is right. You have the right to impose rules in your own, but you do not have the right to impose rules to the others. To take life is murder, to take liberty is slavery since you will be force to follow the command of the other people, this is the same with the slave morality because you will tend to be submissive to their will, you will give them the benefits by utilizing your life, taking your freedom to choose and decide, they will take your property and everything you owe, this is theft. No matter how high a person can be in regards with their status in the society, they are merely humans too and they have no right or claims that higher than those of any human beings, they have no right to murder, to steal and to enslave people . you are responsible for your own life, when we say that evil deeds arises from evil people , this is not so true at all because the good people tolerates them to continue doing it.

3. Free will is not compatible with determinism for determinism means that events are somehow determined before they happen, One might express determinism metaphorically by saying that there is a book in which everything that will happen is already written, or that the future already exists in the mind of God. What then is the use of free will ? According to a belief in free will our choices are not forced, as the path of a river is forced by its channel, but they are free. Humans clearly choose one action over another, and that choice can clearly be made any of a number of ways. How can a man possibly be free when their life is already determined by someone else. They will not have the capacity to think and decide freely for in the end their action will result in that predetermined event no matter how hard they try avoid that event it will be pointless because it is already determined.

Claudine Lopez said...

Claudine Lopez
BSBA-1

1. Master morality weighs actions on a scale of good or bad consequences. Master morality values pride, strenght and nobility.
sLave morality which weighs actions on a scale of good or evil intentions. Slave morality values things like kindness, humility and sympathy.

2.My understanding in the video we've watched is own our life and we our responsible in any thing we do. No one can dictate us.

3.Free will is incompatible with determinism. Free will is the ability to choice and make decisions freely. Determinism is that you are determined to do such thing.

Anonymous said...

Simon , Reylinda E.
1. Master Morality weight actions on a scale of good and bad consequence while Slave Morality weight on a scale of good and evil intention
-include the argue that view the origin of the values.

3. Free will and determinism are compatible because this concerned by the decision making and taking chances .

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