Type
Word Scramble
Description

a posteriori
a priori
analogy
telos
noumenal
phenomenal
design qua purpose
design qua regularity
natural theology
anthropic
epicurean
Ockham's razon
cosmos
successive addition
infinite regress
epistemic distance
potentiality
actuality
privatio boni
ontology
intrinsic maximum
irenaeus
mutually exclusive
inconsistent triad
vienna circle
logical positivists
analytical
mathematical
synthetic
empirical
eschatological
realist
anti-realist
article of faith
mystic
ineffable
via negativa
univocal
equivocal
metaphysics
sensible beings
symbol
symbol
sign

Macbeth Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Bough
Entreat
Incarnate
Prophetic
Wanton
Procreant
Purveyor
Scruples
Sentinel
Benign
Metaphysical
Rancor
Usurper
Avaricious
Cauldron
Desolate
Equivocate
Hew
Indissoluble
Knell
Laudable
Malady
Pernicious
Predominance
Thane

Evil and Suffering Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Purpose
Irenaeus
Inconsistent Triad
karma
Devil
Fall
Natural Evil
Moral Evil
Evil
Augustine
Problem of Evil
Free Will

Good and Evil Wordsearch

Type
Word Search
Description

Inconsistant Triad
Incarnate
Original Sin
Bible
Parable
Faith
Theodicy
Omnibenevolent
Benevolent
Omnipotent
Free Will
Conscience
Moral Evil
Natural Evil

SMART Goals Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

design
future
realistic
clear
defined
vision
flexible
dream
written
reasonable
achievable
health
tangible
attainable
personal
business
school
action plan
time frame
time bound
relevant
measurable
specific

Immanuel Kant Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Kant went to college here and later taught? ALBERTINA
Do unto others as you would have done unto you? CATEGORICALIMPERATIVE
Kant was a foundational theorist for an area of ethics called? DEONTOLOGY
Kantian Ethics is also called? dutyethics
Kant's last words? ESISTGUA
Kant believed everything could be used for? goodorevil
Kant's reference to moral agents? humans
A moral theory that says that people owe moral duties that are based on universal rules such as the categorical imperative? KANTIANETHICS
Kant was better known for? MORALPHILOSOPHY
An important work of Kant, Foundations of the Metaphysics of? morals
Knowledge gained after experience? POSTERIORI
Knowledge based on reason alone? PRIORI
Kant's hometown? PRUSSIA
Believed everything had worth based on what? RELATIVEVALUE
According to Kant, what is the highest level of good? THESUMMUMBONUM

Epistemology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How is it possible to show what is true Epistemology
What actually exists/ the true nature of reality Metaphysics
How should we act ethics
Knowledge associated with the use of reason A PRIORI
Knowledge gained through experience and your senses A POSTERIORI
The concepts are linked, one outcome Necessary relationship
Concepts don't have to link, the outcome could be different Contingent relationship
Belief that all knowledge starts with reason RATIONALISM
The belief that all knowledge is gained through experience and our senses Empiricism
Knowledge that we are born with INNATE KNOWLEDGE
Blank slate, born without knowledge Tabula rasa

Evolution and Creation Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

adaptation
Anthropic
creationism
Darwin
design
evolution
Galapagos
genetics
religion
selection

Macbeth Acts 1-3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

"All that __________ thee from the golden round, which fate and metaphysical aid doth seem to have thee crown'd withal." Impede
"Their cruel ____________, filling their hearer's with strange invention." Parricide
Synonyms: private and sly Stealthy
Found in Act 2 Scene 3 on line 8 Equivocator
"Against the _____________ pretense I fight of treasonous malice." undivulged
Found in Act 2 Scene 1 on line 27 Entreat
A servant or slave Minion
Serious; sincere; determined Earnest
Moral standards that guide action Scruples
Generously given or giving Bounteous
They make predictions about the future. Oracles
Unable to be destroyed; lasting Indissoluble
Found in Act 1 Scene 2 on line 56 Flout
Synonyms: hatred, evil, and indignity Malevolence
Courage; fortitude Mettle

Technical Theatre Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

play
concept
theatre
designer
realistic
representational
simplistic
shakespeare
color
unity
balance
costumes
medieval
renaissance
victorian
marketing
director
producer
agent
Playwright

Beginning Floral Design Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

analogous
Branch Cutter
Bunch Cutter
color wheel
complimentary
Floral Scissors
Jewlery Pliers
Knife
monochromatic
primary
Ribbon Shears
secondary
Triad
Wire cutter