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PHIL 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Logical Positivism, Emotivism, Empiricism
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David Owens on Naturalism and Disenchantment Oct 9 Humean Empiricism- that which can be known with certainty is divided between that which we know on the basis of impressions an...

Philosophy
PHIL 204
Leslie Jamieson
PHIL 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Verificationism, Other Minds, Empirical Evidence
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Ayers Emotivism Oct 5 Major Concepts Matters of fact o Idea that something is the case o Learned through impressions ...

Philosophy
PHIL 204
Leslie Jamieson
PHIL 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Logical Positivism, Emotivism, Empiricism
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David Owens on Naturalism and Disenchantment Oct 9 Humean Empiricism- that which can be known with certainty is divided between that which we know on the basis of impressions an...

Philosophy
PHIL 204
Leslie Jamieson
PHIL 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Direct And Indirect Realism, Empiricism
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Hume, Secondary Qualities and Sentimentalism Sept 28 John Locke- Modern Philosophy 1632-1704 Empiricist Indirect realism, representation Distinguished between primary and seco...

Philosophy
PHIL 204
Leslie Jamieson
PHIL 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Bertrand Russell, British Idealism, Logical Truth
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Ayer, Verification and Metaphysics Oct 2 What is metaphysics? Pertains to questions that go beyond empirically knowable matters of fact and inquire into the deep ...

Philosophy
PHIL 204
Leslie Jamieson
PHIL 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Empirical Evidence, Contiguity, Inductive Reasoning
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Humes Skepticism Sept 25, 2018 Summary: Humes Fork Matters of fact: ideas which reflect what exists and is the case of the world, derived from sense experience Revelation of ideas: that which is discoverable by the operati...

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PHIL 204
Leslie Jamieson
PHIL 204 Lecture 4: David Hume Empiricism Lecture 4
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David Hume Empiricism Sept 21, 2018 David Hume: 17111776 Scottish Enlightenment Thinker British empiricist Skepticism Ethical sentimentalism Scottish Enlightenment Major Figures Francis Hutcheson o Major ideas: moral sense...

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PHIL 204
Leslie Jamieson
PHIL 204 Lecture 3: Lecture 3 Introduction to Hume
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Lecture 3 Introduction to Humes Empiricism Sept 18 Background: The Scientific Revolution Why Revolution? Marked a radical transition between a set of beliefs, concepts and methods which together constituted a scientific pa...

Philosophy
PHIL 204
Leslie Jamieson
PHIL 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Logical Consequence, Categorical Imperative, Modern Moral Philosophy
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PHIL 204- Lecture 2 Sept 14, 2018 Unfinished Business: The Moralistic Argument (Anderson Conclusion): Argument P supports conclusion C, if C is morally repugnant...

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PHIL 204
Leslie Jamieson
PHIL 115 Lecture 1: READING & LECTURE Was'ase Indigenous pathways of Action and Freedom

Was'ase Indigenous pathways ofAction and Freedom Responsibility to live in balance and harmony with each other and with all of creation "now our minds are one" Our mother = the earth Water is life "th...

Philosophy
PHIL 115
Jacqueline Davies
PHIL 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Divine Law, Euthyphro Dilemma, Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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PHIL 204- If God is Dead, Is Everything Permitted? Lecture 2 Sept 11, 2018 Can we retain morality in a world without God? Without morality=moral decay We need a principle to tell us we ought to not do s...

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PHIL 204
Leslie Jamieson
PHIL 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Fetus, Genetic Testing, Cochlear Implant

Philosophy 301 Kadie Freeman 10168450 16102017 In the article Deaf Lesbians, designer disability and the future of medicine, Julian Savulescu discusses a case regarding a deaf lesbian couple in the United States, who decid...

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PHIL 301
K. Gordon Soloman
PHIL 151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: These Dreams, Ontological Argument, Other Minds

A MAP OF THE MEDITATIONS DESCARTES I WHAT METHOD SHALL I USE? II WHAT CAN I KNOW FOR CERTAIN? III WHAT IS TRUTH? IS THERE A GOD? IV HOW IS ERROR POSISBLE? V WHAT IS THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICAL WORLD? VI WHAT IS A HUMAN BEIN...

Philosophy
PHIL 151
Mark Smith
PHIL 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: If And Only If, Hypothetical Imperative, Categorical Imperative
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it is impossible to conceive anything at all in the world, or even out of it, which can be taken as a good without qualification, except a good will For example: there very coolness of a scoundrel makes him, not merely ...

Philosophy
PHIL 111
Sergio Sismondo
PHIL 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Rule Utilitarianism, Economic Inequality
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Some difficulties for utilitarianism Problem 1: the quality problem - What about the fact that people are satisfied with quite low pleasures? - Anybody who experience high quality pleasure would choose it mor...

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PHIL 111
Sergio Sismondo
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Dualism (Philosophy Of Mind), Ethical Egoism, Noumenon

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM PPhilosophy METAPHYSICS I: UNIVERSALS ...

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