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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

[SOC SCI H1G] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (74 pages long!)

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The way of investigating that question (characteristic of humanities) method of answering questions (characteristic of social sciences) In his dialogue
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - David Hume, Cognitive Dissonance, Memory

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The ancient wreek distinguished bet(cid:293)een kno(cid:293)ledge and opinion. Opinions are eas(cid:299); the(cid:299) are just (cid:293)hat people bel
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Epistemology, Stanford University, David Hume

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Hume & descartes famous for their skeptical worries. Naturalized epistemology = looking at theory of knowledge through the sciences. Starting with more
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GS T A N F O R D, P.B A R R E T T, J.Fall

[SOC SCI H1G] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (49 pages long!)

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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Barack Obama, Magic 8-Ball, Descriptive Knowledge

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The way of investigating that question (characteristic of humanities) method of answering questions (characteristic of social sciences) In his dialogue
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - René Descartes, Epistemology, David Hume

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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Thomas Kuhn, Normal Science, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences

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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Magic 8-Ball, Foundationalism, Descriptive Knowledge

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The part that is normative is justification (the third part) Explanation is more of a description while justification is a type of prescription & what
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GS T A N F O R D, P.B A R R E T T, J.Fall

SOC SCI H1G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Introspection Illusion, Cognitive Dissonance, Foundationalism

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Problem of reflection: conclusions you"re trying to draw undermines process: psychology studies they all say we can"t trust human reasoning. Problem of
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SOC SCI 3A Quiz: SOCSCI3A Quiz 2 2015 Fall Solution

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SOC SCI 3A Study Guide - Final Guide: Forego, Emic And Etic, Internal Validity

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Designing a study on the effects of sleep deprivation on exam performance. About this time every year, i begin to witness some unusual behavior around
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SOC SCI 3A Quiz: SOCSCI3A Quiz 1 2015 Fall Solution

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SOC SCI 3A Quiz: SOCSCI3A Quiz 3 2015 Fall Solution

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MATH 2D Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Lagrange Multiplier, Fast Fourier Transform, Carnitine Palmitoyltransferase Ii

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When solving for the maximum or minimum over a closed domain d, we had to check for critical points in the interior of d and also separately had to che
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MATH 2D Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Parametric Equation, Unit Vector

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MGMT 133 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: S Corporation, Ordinary Income

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MGMT 133 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Tax Basis, Adjusted Basis

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MGMT 133 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Tax Basis, Accounts Payable, Sole Proprietorship

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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Totalitarianism, Cognitive Dissonance, Walt Disney World

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Things that influence your factual beliefs without your knowledge (or permission) Attempts to deceive others: cognitive dissonance. The problem with hu
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Deductive Reasoning, Inductive Reasoning, Modern Philosophy

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He was a rationalist, reacting against scholasticism (philosophy prevailing through the middle ages) Certainty, deductive logic, a priori (math, for ex
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Classical Mechanics, Aristotelian Physics, Corpuscularianism

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What differ between adherents of different paradigms: 1. Quasi-metaphysical commitments: central activity of science - solving puzzles, ex. Exemplars:
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Deontological Ethics, Dual Process Theory, Cognitive Dissonance

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Think that they have first person authority & special kind of access to their own mental process. Think can understand the way we think by just looking
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Monty Hall Problem, Logical Equivalence, R&S Records

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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Steven Pinker, Chopsticks, Change Blindness

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We should be reasoning about why we think the way that we do. Part of living a balanced life involves not paying too much attention to philosophical th
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Lecture 5: Seminar 5

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Both sought to say something about how we form beliefs. Both use the method of introspection (looking inward) Not testing other people to see how they
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Belief Revision, Null Hypothesis, Expected Return

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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Magic 8-Ball, Naturalized Epistemology, Descriptive Knowledge

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Hume & descartes famous for their skeptical worries. Naturalized epistemology = looking at theory of knowledge through the sciences. Starting with more
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Mind Control, Chiaroscuro, Normal Science

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Just because it is a transition between incommensurables, the transition between competing paradigms cannot be made a step at a time, forced by logical
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Coherentism, Normal Science, Knowledge Engineering

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Conclude from the existing historical evidence that: (cid:862)theo(cid:396)(cid:455) t(cid:396)a(cid:374)sitio(cid:374)s a(cid:396)e ge(cid:374)e(cid:3
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Chapter 1: Descartes - Meditations on First Philosphy

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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Chapter Hume 1-5, 7, 9: Week 1 Readings

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Section 1: of the different species of philosophy. Two kinds of philosophies: appeal to action/emotions and appeal to reason. A mixed life is the best
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Chapter 1-4: Week 0 Reading - Descartes

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Meditation 1 - of the things of which we may doubt. He starts to doubt the things he was told when he was young and decided to destroy that foundation
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UC-IRVINESOC SCI H1GJeff Barrettand Kyle StanfordFall

SOC SCI H1G Chapter Hume, Pinker, Hoffman: Week 2 Readings

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[SOC SCI H1G] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (74 pages long!)

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SOC SCI H1G Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - David Hume, Cognitive Dissonance, Memory

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The ancient wreek distinguished bet(cid:293)een kno(cid:293)ledge and opinion. Opinions are eas(cid:299); the(cid:299) are just (cid:293)hat people bel
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SOC SCI H1G Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Epistemology, Stanford University, David Hume

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SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Totalitarianism, Cognitive Dissonance, Walt Disney World

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Things that influence your factual beliefs without your knowledge (or permission) Attempts to deceive others: cognitive dissonance. The problem with hu
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SOC SCI H1G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Magic 8-Ball, Foundationalism, Descriptive Knowledge

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[SOC SCI H1G] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (49 pages long!)

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SOC SCI H1G Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - René Descartes, Epistemology, David Hume

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SOC SCI H1G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Introspection Illusion, Cognitive Dissonance, Foundationalism

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SOC SCI H1G Chapter Hume 1-5, 7, 9: Week 1 Readings

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SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sophrosyne, Dissociative Identity Disorder, Pineapple

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*there will be direct quotes and such from the fairbairn reading, so make sure that you read. The ort theorists claim that the foundational basis of pe
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SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: The Thin Ice, Absolute Monarchy, Diminishing Returns

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Freud thinks civilization is here to clamp down on our worst drives and instincts. But freud has something to say about locke, rousseau, and hobbes. Ho
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Inspiration for article from joint observations and also from news reports about the entering college class of 2013. Many in this group wanted protecti
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SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Moritz Schlick, Psychopathy, Rationality

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Last 20 years, freud"s life terrible; wwi, great depression, fascism in germany growing. As a defeated empire, austria"s situation was miserable. Compo
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SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Healthy Narcissism, Sherston, Wiltshire, Selfishness

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Idea back to the ancient greeks with their story of the young man named narcissus. He was very handsome and sought out by many who wanted to meet and h
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