In this paper, you will briefly describe (in 8-13 pages) your worldview in the following areas: Epistemology (philosophy of knowledge), Theology (philosophy of God), Cosmology/Cosmogony (philosophy of the origins and conservation and destiny of the universe), Metaphysical Anthropology (view of the origin and powers and value of human beings and their place in the universe), Thanatology (philosophy of death), Soteriology (philosophy of salvation), and Ethics (philosophy of values and right and wrong).

In this paper, you will briefly describe (in 8-13 pages) your worldview in the following areas: Epistemology (philosophy of knowledge), Theology (philosophy of God), Cosmology/Cosmogony (philosophy of the origins and conservation and destiny of the universe), Metaphysical Anthropology (view of the origin and powers and value of human beings and their place in the universe), Thanatology (philosophy of death), Soteriology (philosophy of salvation), and Ethics (philosophy of values and right and wrong). You must have section headings and you must have zero rhetorical questions in the paper. Students do not believe me and they end up having 200 rhetorical questions and no section headings and they can’t get an A without those structure/style points.
What do YOU believe? Don’t tell us what you think you SHOULD believe.
BE SURE TO TELL YOUR READERS (i.e. me) WHAT YOU BELIEVE AND NOT WHAT YOUR MAMA OR PASTOR WANTS YOU TO SAY YOU BELIEVE. I WON’T TELL HER IF YOU ARE A HERETIC IN HER EYES! BE HONEST! Your view may change next week, but don’t worry about that. Write about your own worldview here and now and do a careful self-analysisINTRODUCTION: Give a quick autobiographical blurb about your worldview journey. Tell us, for example, how you moved from Buddhism to Christianity to Islam and now you are a Scientologist. Tell us as much as you want in this section. I EPISTEMOLOGY: Explain how you rank your different sources of knowledge. II. THEOLOGY: Describe your view of God or the gods as clearly as possible taking note of how clear/vague, how central, and the epistemic strength (i.e. how many good reasons you have to believe what you do) for your theology. III. COSMOLOGY & COSMOGONY: These beliefs usually are not as clear, central, or strong for people, but be sure to cover those elements of your beliefs. IV. METAPHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Origins and reality of what human organisms are. Are your beliefs clear/vague, central, and strong? Explain in this section.
V. THANATOLOGY (Philosophy of Death): What happens to humans after they die?
VI. SOTERIOLOGY (Philosophy of Salvation): How clear, how central, and how strong are your beliefs in this area? VII. ETHICS: Study of the Good (Values); Morality (rules of right and wrong); Character (virtues and vices) and the Good Life for humans. How clear, how central, and how strong are your ethical beliefs? VIII. POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: Describe what degree of liberty is best for humans in light of your view of human nature. Monarchy/tyranny? Democracy? Oligarchy? Timocracy? Some other kind of Utopian society (lots in history and in philosophy to choose from)? How clear, central, and strong are your beliefs (most students start out as liberal, Marxist socialists in college and become conservative later in life). IX. EXISTENTIAL ISSUES: (Purpose/Meaning in Life; Despair & Absurdity of life; Alienation/Isolation; Guilt; Death; Freedom/Determinism) How do you explain these problems humans have had throughout all of history? Nota bene: You may have dealt with some of these X. CONCLUSION/SELF-EVALUATION (1-3 pages long): Explain what beliefs in your worldview need more work to get them clarified or strengthened (epistemically). What beliefs are inconsistent?

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