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MCMASTERPHILOS 2D03Ayesha KhanFall

Utilitarianism.docx

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An action is right if it has good consequences(utility) and wrong if it has bad consequences. There are two question which any au needs to answer. The
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MCMASTERPHILOS 2ZZ3Diane EnnsFall

PHILOS 2ZZ3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Psychophysiology, Eryximachus, Unconditional Love

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W2- philosophy of love- sappho and the erotic dilemma. Todd may: intensity of engagement vs. sappho: intensity of desire. May writes in the present tim
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MCMASTERPHILOS 1A03Barry AllenSpring

PHILOS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Western Philosophy

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Philos 1a03 - apr 6 - nietzsche: morality as anti-nature. Calls morality anti-nature because it values people all the same. It is the differences, not
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MCMASTERPHILOS 1E03Diane EnnsSpring

PHILOS 1E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Taoism, Sage Gateshead

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In the daodejing, we have something similar to epictetus" work: similar in that it can be used as some sort of guide. Contrast to the western idea of r
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MCMASTERPHILOS 1B03James SikemmaWinter

PHILOS 1B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Distributive Justice, Total War, List Of Domesticated Animals

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Just as a domestic animal differs from a wild one, so too does civilized man differs from. The savage; i. e. man truly in a state of nature. Man in a s
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MCMASTERPHILOS 1B03GrelletteFall

PHILOS 1B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Paternalism

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Plato: all professionals require training to become professionals, learn the rules of their jobs, treat any other profession like democracy treats the
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MCMASTERPHILOS 2N03Spiro PanagiotouSpring

PHILOS 2N03 Lecture Notes - If And Only If, Egotism, Whistleblower

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The claim that we should be tolerant of other cultures because of certain reasons it has to be measured against a non relativistic standard: believing
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MCMASTERPHILOS 1A03Barry AllenWinter

PHILOS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Parsley, Platonism, Herd Behavior

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MCMASTERPHILOS 1A03Barry AllenSpring

PHILOS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Unmoved Mover

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MCMASTERPHILOS 3E03Dr.StottsFall

PHILOS 3E03 Lecture 7: 3E03 Philosophy of Language 7-1

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Two aspects that are di erence from searle and austin. Di erence approach, and di erent kind of speech acts: they think that speech acts are associated
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MCMASTERPHILOS 1A03Barry AllenSpring

PHILOS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: True Life, Unmoved Mover, Xenophanes

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Philos 1a03 - apr 05 - friedrich nietzsche. Self-taught, never held any position as a philosopher (although he was a professor) Lived as a bedridden in
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MCMASTERPHILOS 1A03Barry AllenSpring

PHILOS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Western Philosophy, Asceticism, Xenophanes

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Philos 1a03 - jan 12/16 - pre-socratic philosophy: heraclitus and. If we want to acquire knowledge about the gods we must engage in new inquiry. It wil
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