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## CIVE 302 Quiz: Solution 2014 Winter CIVE 302 Assignment #2

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10 Feb 2020
Problem 1: it is reasonable to assume that the light bulbs perform independently. If x is the number of bulbs functioning more than three months (succe
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## CIVE 302 Quiz: 2014 Winter CIVE 302 Assignment #1

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10 Feb 2020
Due date: 2. 00 pm on january 20, 2014. Problem: concurrent data on dissolved oxygen (do) and biochemical oxygen demand (bod) recorded at 38 stations o
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## CIVE 302 Quiz: 2014 Winter CIVE 302 Assignment #3

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10 Feb 2020
Due date: 2. 00 pm on february 03, 2014. A class with 10 students comprising men and women. Suppose a random sample of 5 students are selected. Find th
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## CIVE 302 Quiz: Solution Winter 2014 CIVE 302 Assignment #3

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10 Feb 2020
Problem 1: particular mix are given as 60. 14 and 5. 02 . We need to find the value of x which satisfies the condition. Hence satisfies the condition [
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14 Oct 2019
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## PHIL 240 Chapter Notes -Political Philosophy, Rational Choice Theory, Rationality

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27 Sep 2011
Believes human beings must live in a state of nature, or else they stop being human beings. Influence by english civil war > saw country digressing int
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## PHIL 240 Who Should Rule? - Plato

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27 Sep 2011
For the people: ruling in the people"s interests. By the people: rulings decided by the general populace. Contentions with democracy: tyranny of the ma
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## PHIL 240 Chapter Notes -Atheism

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4 Oct 2011
Liberty principle (harm principle): one may justifiably limit a person"s freedom of action only if they threaten harm to another. Condition: applicable
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## PHIL 240 Chapter Notes -Thomas Hobbes

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27 Sep 2011
Believed also that self-preservation was the ultimate goal of mankind, but also believed that humans were capable of benevolence. Does not doubt that a
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## PHIL 240 Justifying the State - Civil Disobedience

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27 Sep 2011
Contrary to the idea that there is a moral duty to obey all the laws of the land. Contrasted to revolutionarism, which seeks grand immediate changes, a
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## PHIL 240 Justifying the State - Social Contract

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27 Sep 2011
Two essential features: maintains monopoly of legitimate violence, protection of all citizens within its territories. One can imagine that life would b
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## PHIL 240 Who Should Rule? - General Issues

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29 Sep 2011
Criticism: groups are better at deliberation, but individuals are better at action. Participatory dem just means all citizens are consulted; there can
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## PHIL 240 Who Should Rule? - Rousseau and the General Will

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27 Sep 2011
Will of all: the personal interests of a group of persons. General will: general interest of the collective group. Believes that legislative power belo
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## PHIL 240 Place of Liberty - Objections to Liberalism

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6 Oct 2011
Max sees political emancipation as providing equal rights by law. This was seen in the us, even in the mid 1800s. However, political emancipation doesn
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MCGILLPHIL 240Fall

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10 Mar 2015
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## PHIL 240 Chapter Notes -Political Philosophy, Rational Choice Theory, Rationality

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27 Sep 2011
Believes human beings must live in a state of nature, or else they stop being human beings. Influence by english civil war > saw country digressing int
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## PHIL 240 Who Should Rule? - Plato

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27 Sep 2011
For the people: ruling in the people"s interests. By the people: rulings decided by the general populace. Contentions with democracy: tyranny of the ma
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## PHIL 240 Chapter Notes -Atheism

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4 Oct 2011
Liberty principle (harm principle): one may justifiably limit a person"s freedom of action only if they threaten harm to another. Condition: applicable
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## PHIL 240 Chapter Notes -Thomas Hobbes

2 Page
27 Sep 2011
Believed also that self-preservation was the ultimate goal of mankind, but also believed that humans were capable of benevolence. Does not doubt that a
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## PHIL 240 Justifying the State - Civil Disobedience

2 Page
27 Sep 2011
Contrary to the idea that there is a moral duty to obey all the laws of the land. Contrasted to revolutionarism, which seeks grand immediate changes, a
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## PHIL 240 Justifying the State - Social Contract

2 Page
27 Sep 2011
Two essential features: maintains monopoly of legitimate violence, protection of all citizens within its territories. One can imagine that life would b
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## PHIL 240 Who Should Rule? - General Issues

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29 Sep 2011
Criticism: groups are better at deliberation, but individuals are better at action. Participatory dem just means all citizens are consulted; there can
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## PHIL 240 Who Should Rule? - Rousseau and the General Will

2 Page
27 Sep 2011
Will of all: the personal interests of a group of persons. General will: general interest of the collective group. Believes that legislative power belo
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MCGILLPHIL 240Fall

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10 Mar 2015
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## PHIL 240 Place of Liberty - Objections to Liberalism

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6 Oct 2011
Max sees political emancipation as providing equal rights by law. This was seen in the us, even in the mid 1800s. However, political emancipation doesn
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## PHIL 240 Chapter Notes -Atheism

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4 Oct 2011
Liberty principle (harm principle): one may justifiably limit a person"s freedom of action only if they threaten harm to another. Condition: applicable
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## PHIL 240 Who Should Rule? - General Issues

2 Page
29 Sep 2011
Criticism: groups are better at deliberation, but individuals are better at action. Participatory dem just means all citizens are consulted; there can
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## PHIL 240 Who Should Rule? - Plato

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27 Sep 2011
For the people: ruling in the people"s interests. By the people: rulings decided by the general populace. Contentions with democracy: tyranny of the ma
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## PHIL 240 Who Should Rule? - Rousseau and the General Will

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27 Sep 2011
Will of all: the personal interests of a group of persons. General will: general interest of the collective group. Believes that legislative power belo
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## PHIL 240 Chapter Notes -Thomas Hobbes

2 Page
27 Sep 2011
Believed also that self-preservation was the ultimate goal of mankind, but also believed that humans were capable of benevolence. Does not doubt that a
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## PHIL 240 Chapter Notes -Political Philosophy, Rational Choice Theory, Rationality

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27 Sep 2011
Believes human beings must live in a state of nature, or else they stop being human beings. Influence by english civil war > saw country digressing int
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## PHIL 240 Justifying the State - Social Contract

2 Page
27 Sep 2011
Two essential features: maintains monopoly of legitimate violence, protection of all citizens within its territories. One can imagine that life would b
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## PHIL 240 Justifying the State - Utilitarianism & Fairness

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27 Sep 2011
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