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Philosophy of Human Nature

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PHL 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Extrasensory Perception, Political Philosophy
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Notes on Philosophy Areas Of Study Philosophy has four main subject areas : Metaphysics , ethics , epistemology and logic o Most other areas of philosophy such as political philosophy, aesthetics, p...

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PHL 333
Elizabeth Trott
PHL 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Noble Savage
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Rousseau 1712-1778 Rousseau is often most closely associated with the Enlightenment, or the age of reason o The move to seriously challenge the relationship between Church and State, and to dispel w...

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Elizabeth Trott
PHL 333 Lecture 7: PHL333 Overall Summary of Philosophy of Human Nature
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Overall Summary of Philosophy of Human Nature Areas of Philosophy Plato: metaphysics - appearances in the material world; epistemology -- beliefs, opinions and the deceptions of our senses o Reason...

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PHL 333
Elizabeth Trott
PHL 333 Lecture 8: PHL333 Overall Summary of Philosophy of Human Nature Part 2
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Overall Summary of Philosophy of Human Nature - Part 2 Rousseau gave us our first turn around from material metaphysics when he suggested that we have an essence not build around passions and aggressions but a ...

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Elizabeth Trott
PHL 333 Lecture 9: PHL333 Marx
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Marx 1818 1883 A philosopher by education with a PHD set out to change world history and he did o The changes came after his life time o He left the first body of socialist thought, through writings on socialism preceded ...

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Elizabeth Trott
PHL 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Mary Midgley, Tabula Rasa, White Coat
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PHL333 Lecture 10 Mary Midgley - For other philosophers, the thing we are is we are rational, dont accept nature the way it is, we develop, control and understand nature, our world shaped by us not natural ...

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PHL 333
David Ciavatta
PHL 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Inbreeding, Nuclear Family, Heterosexuality

PHL333 Lecture 8 Freud - Chapter 4- largely occupied with question of what civilization is - Civilization is taken to be a thing only humans possess- whatever social groups animals and insects possess...

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PHL 333
David Ciavatta
PHL 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Human Nature, Universal History

PHL333 Lecture 6 Descartes - Thinking is certain of its self in a way it is not certain of anything else to that degree - Nature of human mind- mind is better known than the body - Descartes engages in ...

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PHL 333
David Ciavatta
PHL 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Al-Kindi, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences

PHL333 Lecture 5 Al Kindi - Main focus of Al Kindis text is how humans should deal with the issue of sorrow- focus is to not desire things out of keeping and to be brutally honest about the limits you face ...

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PHL 333
David Ciavatta
PHL 333 Lecture 11: PHL333 lecture 11

PHL333 Lecture 11 Midgley Basic picture Chapter 10language and speech Chapter 11 rational They are related in if you are speaking intelligently, have to think rational Rationality and language have long been the disti...

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David Ciavatta
PHL 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Rationality

PHL333 Lecture 12 Essay - What are the views she is trying to challenge - Take her line of thought and question it - Controversy about language, culture or rationality- assess Midgley thoughts on them ...

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PHL 333
David Ciavatta
PHL 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Rationality

PHL333 Tutorial 12 Midgley - Chapter 10 on language - Chapter 11- rationality - Chapter 12- culture - Language, rational and culture related but different - Each case we are talking about so...

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PHL 333
David Ciavatta
PHL 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Neurosis

PHL333 Lecture 7 Kants Essay - Humans are naturally progressing and human history must be perceived as a procession regardless of wars, fights etc. the movement is to greater autonomy, freedom, and ...

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PHL 333
David Ciavatta
PHL 333 Lecture 9: PHL333 lecture 9

PHL333 Lecture 9 Format of test - Given little passages from test- choose 3 out of 6- cannot choose 2 from same author- explain passage and use them to talk about bigger context - Descartes- talk abou...

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PHL 333
David Ciavatta
PHL 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Human Nature, Anxiety Disorder

PHL333 Tutorial 9 Test - Format is a selection of questions that you can choose from - Kant- progress, what does he mean by it - Human nature creates situations in which we are forced to create reason, ...

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PHL 333
David Ciavatta
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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