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U OF APHIL102Nathan KowalskyWinter

PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Axiology, Natural Philosophy, Necessity And Sufficiency

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Introduction to philosophy: philosoph(cid:455) is g(cid:396)eek fo(cid:396) (cid:862)the lo(cid:448)e of (cid:449)isdo(cid:373)(cid:863) The three main
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U OF APHIL102Nathan KowalskyWinter

PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Noumenon, Anti-Realism, Transcendental Idealism

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Kant: german and from the time of the french revolution. Science is objective and successful: science vs empiricism. It is impossible to establish nece
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U OF APHIL102Phil CorkumFall

PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Subjunctive Possibility, Pineal Gland, Physicalism

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U OF APHIL102Nathan KowalskyFall

PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Noumenon, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Antithesis

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U OF APHIL102Nathan KowalskyFall

PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: George Berkeley, Monism, Subjective Idealism

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> all our ideas come to us through sense perception. You (and your perception) < x > mind independent reality. Your ideas are not dependent or influenc
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U OF APHIL102Nathan KowalskyFall

PHIL102 Lecture 20: Empiricist Metaphysics

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U OF APHIL102Alexander RuegerWinter

PHIL102 Lecture 8: Meditation 3

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Descartes" suggestion about the assent box have in common: He grasps each one of them clearly and distinctly- as much as the notion that i exist. Whate
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U OF APHIL102Phil CorkumFall

PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mind Control, Hard Determinism, Incompatibilism

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We have choice of action: for many actions we might have acted differently determinism. Everything that happens must happen this way incompatibilism fr
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U OF APHIL102Phil CorkumFall

PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Philosophical Zombie, Explanatory Gap, Physicalism

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U OF APHIL102Alexander RuegerWinter

PHIL102 Lecture 10: Intro to Nozick's idea of skepticism

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Cartesian skepticism is motivated by skeptical alternatives to what we take to be the actual world. Sa if the world is a demon world p is false. Can it
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U OF APHIL102Alexander RuegerWinter

PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Fallibilism, Possible World

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Traditional view of knowledge: justified true belief (jtb) Descartes: justification requires certainty which guarantees truth-> we have very little kno
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U OF APHIL102Phil CorkumFall

PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Brain Mapping, Monism, Lightning

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Whats the difference between the mind and the body. Most thoughts and feelings could be explained physically therefore mind and body cant necessarily b
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