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Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher – Walkthrough

26 Sep 2013 | Flash, Walkthrough |  1 comment
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Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher Walkthrough Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher – Walkthrough
This is a Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher walkthrough for those who do not know how to beat Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher and need to rely on a Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher walkthrough in order to beat it. Find out which statements to ask for clarification, backings and challenge etc.


Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher – Walkthrough – Billy
Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher Walkthrough
Prologue: One new York Morning… – Opponent: Billy the Salesman

Argument 1: “Buy my product!”
Ask for Clarification:
1st statement “I have a great product for you!”
3rd statement “You need my product to do what it does!”

Press for Backing:
3rd statement “You need my product to protect you from the danger of deer!”

Argument 2: “Deer are a menace!”
Challenge 4th statement:
“Why, the only reason you’re safe is that I’m here with my repellent!”
with “Deer live in the woods”.

Argument 3: “Why you still need my product!”
Question Relevance:
1st statement “My product comes in a fine blue casing!”
2nd statement “Each letter of the label is hand painted!”
3rd statement “My grandmother toiled over the design!”

Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher – Walkthrough – Euthyphro
Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher Walkthrough
Chapter 1: Through the Looking Glass – Opponent: Euthyphro of Athens

Argument 1: “Good is what is Holy”
Ask for Clarification: 4th statement
“Every one possesses wisdom far beyond our own.”

Challenge 5th statement: “Thus, whatever a god commands must be good.”
with “There are Different Gods”.

Argument 2: “On Divine Disagreements”
Press for Backing: 5th statement
“Clearly, what the gods agree upon is always good.”

Challenge new 6th statement:
“For surely if things are good, the gods will agree upon them.”
with “Morality Comes from the Gods”.

Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher – Walkthrough – Protagoras
Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher Walkthrough
Chapter 2: An Old Friend Appears – Opponent: Protagoras of Athens

Argument 1: “The Source is the Self”
Ask for Clarification: 4th statement
“Thus, the only possible source of morality is Human Valuing.”

Press for Backing: 4th statement
“Whatever any individual believes is right is right for that individual.”

Argument 2: “Morality is up to the Individual”
Press for Backing: 3rd statement
“There are no things upon which everyone can agree.”

Challenge 4th statement: “It would be arrogant to presume that any position is wrong.” with “Speech Penalty”

Argument 3: “All Morals are Subjective”
Question Relevance: 4th statement
“As morality is affected by situation, it cannot be objective.”

Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher – Walkthrough – Hobbes
Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher Walkthrough
Chapter 3: The Social Contract – Opponent: Thomas Hobbes

Argument 1: “The Natural State”
Challenge 3rd statement: “This sets them with odds with every other man, creating a constant state of War.” with “People Work Together”

Argument 2: “The Social Contract”
Ask for Clarification: 3rd statement
“Thus, mankind is impelled to seek peace, forming contracts between individuals.”

Challenge 3rd statement:
“Thus, we form contracts agreeing to give up freedoms in exchange for security.”
with “Mankind is Selfish”

Argument 3: “Our Obligation to the Contract”
Ask for Clarification: 3rd statement
“This fear can, in turn, be created by empowering a Sovereign.”

Challenge 3rd statement:
“The Sovereign forms a contract with the people to enfore their rules.”
with “Contracts Need to be Enforced”

Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher – Walkthrough – Mill
Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher Walkthrough
Chapter 4: The Pursuit of Happiness – Opponent: John Stuart Mill

Argument 1: “Morality comes from Happiness”
Ask for Clarification: 3rd statement “Thus, actions are right in proportion as they tend to promote happiness; wrong as they tend to produce unhappiness.”

Challenge 4th statement: “As a result, one should choose every action in order to maximize overall happiness.” with “Happiness Distribution”.

Argument 2: “Rules that Promote Happiness”
Press for Backing: 4th statement
“Actions can be considered moral when they follow such rules.”

Challenge 2nd statement: “These rules should be chosen in order to create the most happiness possible with as little harm as possible.” with “Rule Nuances”

Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher – Walkthrough – Kant
Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher Walkthrough
Chapter 5: Paved with Good Intentions – Opponent: Immanual Kant

Argument 1: “Intentionalism”
Ask for Clarification: 4th statement “Thus we are moral if our will is defined by the intention of doing the moral thing.”

Argument 2: “The Categorical Imperative”
Press for Backing:
2nd statement “There are certain actions which we must always avoid.”
3rd statement “Other actions, we should take at every opportunity.”

Challenge 4th statement: “These ideas form rules that we must follow at all times, regardless of emotion or consequence.” with “Lying”

Argument 3: “The Universality Test”
Ask for Clarification: 3rd statement
“If a contradiction or irrationality arises, the maxim cannot be moral.”

Challenge 5th statement: “Irrationalities create a world which is worse for wear.”
with “Intentionalism”

Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher – Walkthrough – Arbiter
Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher Walkthrough
Chapter 6: The End of the Road – Opponent: The Arbiter

Argument 1: “Morality Exists”
Ask for Clarification: 1st statement
“You have presented your philosophical views.”

Press for Backing: 1st statement
“You claim that morality does not exist.”

Argument 2: “The Answer Will Be Found”
Press for Backing: 4th statement “With possibilities so incomprehensibly vast, surely one must stand as infallible.”

Argument 3: “Socrates Found the Answer”
Question Relevance: 3rd statement
“His answer had to be approved for this to occur.”

Challenge 4th statement: “The Arbiter’s approval makes the validity of his answer undoutable.” with “Mankind is Flawed”

Argument 4: “No Point in Trying”
Press for Backing: 2nd statement
“If that is the case, then there is no point to what we do here.”

Ask for Clarification: 4th statement
“If we cannot achieve our goal, there is no reason to try!”

Challenge 4th statement: “Our efforts are worth nothing unless we are able to obtain perfection!” with “Good is Happiness”

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