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CARLETONPHIL 1550Devin ShawFall

PHIL 1550 Lecture 12: Displacing the Distributive Paradigm (Iris Marion Young)

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Displacing the distributive paradigm (iris marion young) and burdens among society"s members (535). Philosophical theories of justice tend to define ju
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CARLETONPHIL 2103Ken FergusonWinter

PHIL 2103 Lecture Notes - Thomas Pogge, Contract Theory, Dignity

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Hr are rights to those things that human beings need in order to live minimally decent lives, lives that are worthy of human dignity and respect. If th
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CARLETONPHIL 2003David MathesonWinter

PHIL 2003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Radiocarbon Dating, Experience Machine, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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Tests: mc and short answer (brief definitions, identify the form of reasoning in this passage, etc) Each test is accumulative, so we must remember info
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CARLETONPHIL 1000Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Socratic Method

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Plato (roughly around 424 bc to 347 bc) Uses these features to have a contemporary setting. Plato and his student, aristotle, a detail from raphael"s a
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CARLETONPHIL 2003David MathesonWinter

PHIL 2003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Definition, Stipulative Definition, Cetacea

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There are three central ways in which reportive definitions can fall short: with respect to scope: a reportive definition"s definiens may be too broad
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CARLETONPHIL 1200David MathesonWinter

PHIL 1200 Lecture Notes - Moritz Schlick, Logical Positivism, Mountaineering

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According to schick, work = _______________________________ But work means goal- seeking activity, direction to a purpose. (63) If work can"t ground th
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CARLETONPHIL 1301Matthew Mc LennanFall

Phil lecture 6 september 19.docx

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CARLETONPHIL 1550Devin ShawFall

PHIL 1550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Deontological Ethics, Categorical Imperative, Negative And Positive Rights

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Famine relief and the ideal moral code (john arthur) require a sacrifice of comparable moral significance. Singer argues that it is an obligation to pr
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CARLETONPHIL 2003Ken FergusonFall

PHIL 2003 Lecture 1: Introduction to Critical Thinking

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CARLETONPHIL 2003Ken FergusonFall

PHIL 2003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Unified Modeling Language

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Reading 2 in course book, reading 3 on syllabus (includes online material) Exercise: pg 20 #1-10, pg 22-24 (does the exercise contain an argument?) Ter
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CARLETONPHIL 1200David MathesonFall

PHIL 1200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Theodicy, Moritz Schlick, Immanence

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CARLETONPHIL 1200David MathesonWinter

PHIL 1200 Lecture Notes - Odysseus

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How to give sisyphus meaning. There is but one truly serious philosophical problem, and that is suicide. Judging whether life is or is not worth living
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