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UTSGPHL201H1David DaviesFall

[PHL201H1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 29 pages long Study Guide!

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One very important aspect of philosophy is the use of arguments to arrive at new hypotheses. An argument is a sequence of declarative sentences. A decl
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UTSGPHL201H1Mark SchranzWinter

PHL201H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 126 pages long!)

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UTSGPHL201H1David DaviesFall

[PHL201H1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (14 pages long)

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One very important aspect of philosophy is the use of arguments to arrive at new hypotheses. An argument is a sequence of declarative sentences. A decl
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UTSGPHL201H1Martin Pikave Winter

PHL201H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Manichaeism, Human Nature, Peter Abelard

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

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RSM424H1 Lecture 4: RSM424 Tutorial 4

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RSM424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Retained Earnings

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RSM424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Remittance

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RSM424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Capital Gain, Tax Bracket

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MAT137Y1 Lecture 35: New Power Series

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MAT137Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Taylor Series

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MAT137Y1 Lecture 34: Power Series

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UTSGPHL201H1Mark SchranzWinter

PHL201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Peter Van Inwagen, Theodicy, Natural Evil

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Peter van inwagen: magnitude, duration and distribution of evil: a theodicy. Seems like too much evil for this being to exist. Need to explain how it m
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PHL201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Takers, Extraordinary Measures, Blood Transfusion

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25 Mar 2016
Killing and letting die: the trolley problem and euthanasia (judith jarvis thomson) 2 ways in which you can disagree with thomson: (1) agree that she i
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UTSGPHL201H1David DaviesFall

PHL201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Scientific Method, Logical Truth, Empiricism

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1 Dec 2016
Knowledge can be divided into 2 kinds: relations of ideas. Don"t need evidence from the external world to show they are true. Can come from reason alon
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UTSGPHL201H1David DaviesFall

PHL201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Blaise Pascal, Agnosticism, Indulgence

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Lecture 2 arguments for the existence of god. Omnipotent can do anything (all powerful) Two arguments that we should believe in god: One argument that
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PHL201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Thought Experiment, Need Theory, Atheism

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UTSGPHL201H1David DaviesFall

PHL201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Act Utilitarianism, Meta-Ethics, Ethical Subjectivism

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Plato the immoralist"s challenge (from the republic) Distinction between: intrinsic good food for its own sake, instrumental good - good because it get
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UTSGPHL201H1David DaviesFall

PHL201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: False Dilemma, Reductio Ad Absurdum, Omnibenevolence

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UTSGPHL201H1David DaviesFall

PHL201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Immanence, Kleptomania, Compatibilism

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4 Nov 2016
Want to know whether to believe a, if we show that a entails somethine we know is false, then we know that a is false. Phenomenology the feeling of hav
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PHL201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Ontological Argument, Foundationalism

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Not whether or not the information is true, its whether you know its true or not. Skepticism about subject matter x is the view that s known that p , w
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PHL201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Thought Experiment, Pain Management, Fetus

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UTSGPHL201H1Brian BaigrieSummer

Notes simplified from textbook! (pg 44-46)

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Notes simplified from the textbook! (pg 51-55)

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Argu ments: argument #1: from super dominance, the possibility that god exists is greater than zero b. If you assume that god exists, and he does, then
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UTSGPHL201H1Brian BaigrieSummer

Notes simplified from the textbook!

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What can we know?: since not everyone is going to agree on the correct answers to these questions, it is extremely important to give reasons why you th
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UTSGPHL201H1Brian BaigrieSummer

Notes simplified from textbook! (pg 46-51)

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