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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

[PHL100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 36 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
The ability to make a point with clarity and precision. The ability to analyze complex issues and arguments. The ability to think independently and cre
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 87 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
Importance of basing beliefs and actions on reasons (cognitive norms) Identify and pursue new lines of inquiry (creativity) Like: aims to understand yo
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

[PHL100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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1 Dec 2016
The ability to see through the rubbish that people through at you. Lies and inconstinsies thrown at the public daily. The ability to spot errors in rea
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 46 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
What is an argument? ( a connected series of statements to establish a definite proposition m. python) Deductive is sound (valid and true premises) Non
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 117 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
De nitions: showing: a list of things that count to prove understanding, saying: explicit de nitions. Tinyurl. com/9ltvur6 - stephen law on transferabl
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 40 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronald De SouzaFall

PHL100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 32 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
21 september: thrasymachus complains that socrates gives no answer, then gives his own. Irony: socrates can only give praise, and says he thinks thrasy
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

[PHL100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (65 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
De sousa recommends the site http://tinyurl. com/9ltvur6 - why philosophy is fun and important. The ability to spot errors in reasoning. The ability to
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
Phl100y - lecture 0: why do philosophy? http://tinyurl. com/9ltvur6. Ability to make a point with clarity and precision. How to identify and pursue new
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

[PHL100Y1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2016
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PHL281H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Vaugn: Plastic Surgery, The Hastings Center

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10 Dec 2018
Is cosmetic surgery a medical privilege or an abuse of medical knowledge and skill: consumer oriented entrepreneurial practice. Professional integrity
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UTSGWinter

MAT137Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Taylor Series

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30 Mar
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MAT137Y1 Lecture 34: Power Series

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30 Mar
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MAT137Y1 Lecture 35: Taylor Polynomials

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30 Mar
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MAT137Y1 Lecture 29: Series Definition

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16 Mar 2020
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MAT137Y1 Lecture 30: Properties of Series

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16 Mar 2020
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CSC104H1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Animage

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23 Feb 2020
; print this out and fill it in by hand. Hand in your solutions to the ta at the start of your quiz. ; precision and care are crucial in programming, a
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UTSGFall

FSL100H1 Final: 100_Exam_December2018

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23 Feb 2020
Exam reminders: fill out your name and student number on the top of this page, do not begin writing the actual exam until the announcements have ended
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CSC104H1 Quiz: exercise-2

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23 Feb 2020
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CSC104H1 Quiz: exercise-3

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23 Feb 2020
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UTSGPHL100Y1Andre GombayWinter

PHL 319 Lecture 1

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7 Apr 2011
Freud starts with abnormalities and proceeds to draw conclusions about normality. Up to the beginning of the 17th century not much had been down about
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingWinter

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Ressentiment

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12 Mar 2014
[1] in the first essay of the genealogy, nietzsche lays out the basic structure he recognizes in the history of the evolution of moral concepts. Humans
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UTSGPHL100Y1Jim JohnWinter

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Compatibilism, Natural Evil

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11 Dec 2017
The term test will feature a quote identification section, a short answer section, and a short essay section. This section is worth 20 points out of 10
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Rotten Apples

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20 Nov 2013
[1] ren e descartes (31 march 1596 11 february 1650): life and times. The composition of the meditations, and its publication with the objections and r
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Mind, Innatism, Causality

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21 Nov 2013
The broad outlines of the argumentative strategy for this meditation and the next is laid out here. The meditator now seeks a criterion to go on with:
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Reaction Formation, Friedrich Nietzsche, Continental Philosophy

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28 Feb 2017
Recall the five features of philosophy: argument rather than stories, no definite methods, chasing vision through language, skeptical: take nothing for
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Viviparity, Color Blindness

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11 Oct 2016
*questions in meno: defining virtue; definition in general (70-79d) This question is immediately dropped because we don"t even have a clear definition
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Magic In Harry Potter, Hypnosis, Arche

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31 Jan 2014
Aristotle"s argument that there must be a highest good (1. 2): (1) we do not choose everything for the sake of something else. Therefore: there is a hi
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UTSGPHL100Y1Andre GombayWinter

freud on femininity

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9 Apr 2011
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UTSGPHL100Y1de Sousa RonnieFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Contiguity

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10 Aug 2016
Empiricist attack on nonsense: if you cannot fins the empirical source of an idea then the idea is nonsense. (p) what does not derive from sense is sen
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Circular Reasoning, Categorical Imperative, Infinite Regress

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6 Feb 2018
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PHL100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Part 1: Natural Philosophy, Human Nature, Thomas Hobbes

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18 Jan 2018
The definitions depends on our sensation of reality. That is why we need reason to put things together to make a whole or break that whole up in parts.
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PHL100Y1 Chapter Notes -Communication, Rexall, Don Mills Collegiate Institute

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1 Sep 2014
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Book 1: Polemarchus, Thrasymachus, Cephalus

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18 Jan 2018
All the characters are introduced with titles, both stating their name and where they come from or who"s son they are. By these titles it can be seen t
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Section 7 pg. 101-115: Billiard Ball, Natural Philosophy, Solidity

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20 Jan 2018
Notes o(cid:374) da(cid:448)id hu(cid:373)e"s an enquiry into human understanding section 7. Advantage of math above moral consists in that the ideas o
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Book 2: Glaucon, Thought Experiment

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18 Jan 2018
Guide questions for the reading assignment for week 3: rp ii to 376c. A good we welcome for its own sake, not because we desire what comes from it (ex.
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PHL100Y1 Chapter Notes -Polskie Radio Program Iii, Social Insurance Number

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1 Sep 2014
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1 Chapter 53-64: Descartes Meditations 3- Proof of God's Existence Notes

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18 Jan 2018
Certain that he exists and is a thinking thing that doubts, understands, wills, imagines, senses, a. Certain that he is a thinking thing and he clearly
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronald De SouzaFall

PHL100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Aporia

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12 Oct 2017
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter John Stuart Mills: Universalizability

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7 Oct 2017
Distinguishing superior pleasures: of two pleasures, whichever one most people would prefer and if one pleasure was chosen over an enormous quantity of
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UTSGPHL100Y1Jim JohnWinter

PHL100Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Incompatibilism, Compatibilism

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7 Jan 2014
The uniqueness objection raised by hume is that we are mistaken in comparing the universe to a watch. The new criteria for a free action is as follows:
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

[PHL100Y1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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The ability to see through the rubbish that people through at you. Lies and inconstinsies thrown at the public daily. The ability to spot errors in rea
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

[PHL100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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The ability to see through the rubbish that people through at you. Lies and inconstinsies thrown at the public daily. The ability to spot errors in rea
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

[PHL100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 36 pages long Study Guide!

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The ability to make a point with clarity and precision. The ability to analyze complex issues and arguments. The ability to think independently and cre
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaWinter

PHL100Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Intellectual Virtue, Belp, Final Good

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5 Jan 2016
On philosophy in general, or comparative: explain what makes a question philosophical. Identify any features that you regard as uniquely characteristic
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

[PHL100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (65 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
De sousa recommends the site http://tinyurl. com/9ltvur6 - why philosophy is fun and important. The ability to spot errors in reasoning. The ability to
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 87 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
Importance of basing beliefs and actions on reasons (cognitive norms) Identify and pursue new lines of inquiry (creativity) Like: aims to understand yo
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingWinter

PHL100Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pareto Efficiency, Consequentialism, The Flies

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30 Oct 2012
The missing shade of blue states that if one is given various shades of blue and one is missing, the person can identify that there is a missing shade
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronald De SouzaFall

PHL100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 32 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
21 september: thrasymachus complains that socrates gives no answer, then gives his own. Irony: socrates can only give praise, and says he thinks thrasy
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingFall

PHL100Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Causality, Summum Bonum, Descriptive Ethics

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30 Oct 2012
Benson building, 320 huron street (south of harbord st. ), 2nd floor. Short answer questions: identify the philosopher associated with the term or phra
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PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Empiricism, Inductive Reasoning, Rational Basis Review

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29 Jan 2020
The stuff we do do not indicate there being a reason for doing so: hume"s problem of induction. We are stuck without any rational basis for the kinds o
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingWinter

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Contiguity

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25 Jan 2020
Epistemology is founded on psychology what we can know is dependent on our cognitive. Closer look at the possibility of knowing stuff about the world.
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingWinter

PHL100Y1 Lecture 4: Hume 1-5

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22 Jan 2020
Impressions are distinguished from ideas in being more forceful and lively in themselves, it roughly matches up with the distinction between feeling an
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingWinter

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pure Mathematics

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22 Jan 2020
To prove that he doesn"t have a defective nature. The author of his nature wouldn"t give him a nature that is systematically mislead. Neoplatonist conc
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PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mind, Causality, John Tory

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22 Jan 2020
The meditator now seeks a criterion to go on with: a rule that will allow him to decide what is certainly true. Since the meditator is certain a that h
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingWinter

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cogito Ergo Sum

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22 Jan 2020
Ideally, read the first meditation and go think about it and chew over this stuff for a while. The project is that he is concerned to establish somethi
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronald De SouzaFall

PHL100Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Consequentialism

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27 Oct 2018
Mill: mill claims that "to think of an object as desirable (unless for the sake of its consequences), and to think of it as pleasant, are one and the s
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronald De SouzaFall

PHL100Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hypothetical Imperative, Categorical Imperative, Rationality

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27 Oct 2018
Morality refers to a code of conduct that would be accepted by anyone meeting certain intellectual/volitional conditions (including rationality) Recogn
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronald De SouzaFall

PHL100Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Friedrich Nietzsche

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27 Oct 2018
Asceticism is the denial of pleasures and impulses, reasoning there is greater value in abstinence as it adheres to spirituality or higher meaning (pov
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronald De SouzaFall

PHL100Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Common Good

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27 Oct 2018
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