The 12 Angry Men was an interesting movie to watch. There are several Philosophical positions it has. I believe three of the theories of Rationalism, Reasoning, Empiricism and Duty and Justice is a good Philosophical position for this film. Human being needs all of them to accomplish what they are after. Archiving the knowledge with reason and requiring the knowledge through experience along the lines. Adding the sense of justice and duty depending on their moral ideas. Thought-out the movie, they been debating with all the votes and the first one from Juror 8 said “not guilty”. Juror 8 believes that the boy should have some careful consideration. Juror 8 used the form of reasoning when he wanted to think logical about the case Juror 8 also
thought; skepticism towards belief not founded on science/logic. Idea that rationalism, logic, and reason solve all problems. Deism.
11. Great Awakening: Religious revival throughout the colonies. People started to question their religion and new ones were formed. Movement focused on travelling (itinerant) preachers called New Lights, who preached about hell. Old Lights (traditional, local preachers) disliked.
12. Albany Congress: First attempt at colonial unity. Seven colonies met (CT,…