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SOC SCI H1G Lecture 6: Honors Naturalized Epistemology: Lecture 6
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Honors Naturalized Epistemology: Lecture 6 - Memory, like vision, is CONSTRUCTIVE - Whole process of construction is not open to introspection - We change memories in systematic ways, adding information to them that doesnt...

Social Science
SOC SCI H1G
Jeff Barrettand Kyle Stanford
SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Visual Perception, Retina, Necker Cube
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Honors Naturalized Epistemology: Lecture 5 - Hume stopped the naturalistic exploration of the mind too early - We are not content to simply understand ourselves and marvel at mankind - I want to know how to form reliable b...

Social Science
SOC SCI H1G
Jeff Barrettand Kyle Stanford
SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Karl Popper, Inductive Reasoning, Descriptive Knowledge
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Honors Naturalized Epistemology: Lecture 4 Humes Skeptical Solution - All inference from experience, therefore, are effects of custom, NOT reasoning - Custom is the guide of human life - Uses custom to say that we are buil...

Social Science
SOC SCI H1G
Jeff Barrettand Kyle Stanford
SOC SCI H1G Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Circular Reasoning
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Honors Naturalized Epistemology: Lecture 3 (104) - Causes of knowledge not from reason but from experience; all of the causal knowledge that you have has foundations in experience - We dont know anything about the world wi...

Social Science
SOC SCI H1G
Jeff Barrettand Kyle Stanford
SOC SCI H1G Lecture 2: Honors Naturalized Epistemology: Lecture 2
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Honors Naturalized Epistemology: Lecture 2 (102) Rene Descartes (1596-1650) - Born in Descartes, France - taught by the Jesuits - Joined the army of Maurixe of Nassau in 1618 and fought in the thirty years war - Noticed th...

Social Science
SOC SCI H1G
Jeff Barrettand Kyle Stanford
SOC SCI H1G Lecture 1: Honors Naturalized Epistemology: Lecture 1
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Honors Naturalized Epistemology: Lecture 1 (92718) - What is naturalized epistemology? - Epistemology: the study of knowledge - Naturalized epistemology: applying methods from science - How do people form their beliefs? Us...

Social Science
SOC SCI H1G
Jeff Barrettand Kyle Stanford
PHYSICS 3A Lecture 1: Measurement _ Significant Figures
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find more resources at oneclass.com PHYSICS 3A - Lecture 1 - Measurement / Significant Figures Quantities Used in Classical Mechanics Any measured quantity must be made with respect to a standard value, or unit ...

Physics
PHYSICS 3A
RITZ, T.
MATH 2B Lecture 3: Definite Integrals
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MATH 2B - Lecture 3 - Definite Integrals Definition. Suppose that f is a function defined on an interval [a,b]. Let n be a positive integer, define x = ba and let n ba x i a + ix = a + n i, for each i = 0,1,...,n Choose sa...

Mathematics
MATH 2B
ERJAEE, G.
MATH 2B Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Antiderivative
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find more resources at oneclass.com MATH 2B - Lecture 5 - Indefinite Integral and Net Change Theorem From Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, we know that: t Part I:...

Mathematics
MATH 2B
ERJAEE, G.
MATH 2B Lecture 6: Substitution Rule
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MATH 2B - Lecture 6 - Substitution Rule We begin by considering a single problem. Ex: sn(2x) dx We introduce a new variable u=2x, then the integral becomes: sin(2x) dx u=2x sin u dx Since dx is not consistent with our new ...

Mathematics
MATH 2B
ERJAEE, G.
MATH 2B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Farad, Riemann Sum
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MATH 2B - Lecture 2 - Areas and Distances Area of a Rectangle The starting point of integral calculus is the problem of calculating area . The nave concept of area comes from the formula for the area of rectangle : Area = ...

Mathematics
MATH 2B
ERJAEE, G.
MATH 2B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Antiderivative, Mean Value Theorem
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find more resources at oneclass.com MATH 2B - Lecture 1 - Anti-derivatives Anti-differentiation is exactly what it sounds like: the opposite of differentiation. That is, given a function f, can we nd a function F w...

Mathematics
MATH 2B
ERJAEE, G.
MATH 2B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Error Function, Farad, Antiderivative
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MATH 2B - Lecture 4 - The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Fundamental Theorem It is termed fundamental because it provides the link between the two branches of calculus: differentiation and integration Anti-differentiation...

Mathematics
MATH 2B
ERJAEE, G.

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