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Class Notes for Philosophy at St Joseph's College at University of Alberta (page 11)

PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Early Christianity, Cosmos 1, Scholasticism

1 PHIL 102 Rationalist Tradition A. Historical Context I. Late Scholasticism (time where people were questioning Aqueous methods etc.) > voluntarism (is God in charge of what reason is or is God obeying the reasonable?) co...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL102
Nathan Kowalsky
PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Dream Argument, Isight

find more resources at oneclass.com Descartes: Task: sort his current opinions and beliefs into those that are true and those that are false What is the appropriate sorting procedure? Problem: how can we know that ...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL102
Alexander Rueger
PHIL343 Lecture Notes - Doxa, Wiht, Psychopathy

PHILOSOPHY 343 IMMANUEL KANT How does the question of human utility and our command over nature fit together with our idea of human dignity (which includes the question of morality)? Also, we must address the issue of fi...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL343
Robert Burch
PHIL265 Lecture 11: Kuhn's Theory of Science I
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PHIL265
Hassan Masoud
PHIL250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Categorical Imperative, A Priori And A Posteriori, Deontological Ethics

Oct 1 KANT, major figures in German philosophy Ancient Greek: logic, ethics and physics Formal philosophy = logic (pure) Material philosophy has to do with things so its ethics and physics (empirical account of philosophy)...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL250
Charles Rodger
PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cartesian Doubt

find more resources at oneclass.com Cartesian skepticism  The claim that we cannot know anything, based on the dream and evil demon arguments  Descartes against cartesian skepticism:  There is (at leas...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL102
Alexander Rueger
PHIL250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Hypothetical Imperative

Oct 20 If the act is determined by inclinations, it is subjectively determined, it is a hypothetical imperative and not a good will, not acting from moral law. Realm of nature has empirical laws. Second formulation: Always...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL250
Charles Rodger
PHIL343 Lecture Notes - Critique Of Pure Reason, Copernican Revolution, Medieval Philosophy

PHILOSOPHY 343 IMMANUEL KANT THE POSSIBILITY OF METAPHYSICS AS A SCIENCE - past metaphysics had no objective verification - a metaphysical hypothesis needs to be verified in some way. but how can it be empirically and obj...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL343
Robert Burch
PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Platonic Epistemology, Dialectic, Western Philosophy

find more resources at oneclass.com II. The Platonic Tradition —> The socratic problem —> Alfred North Whitehead: all of Western philosophy is a footnote to Plato A. Platonic Epistemology 1. Loving Everything(in...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL102
Nathan Kowalsky
PHIL 250 Lecture 26: Aristotle - Nicomachean Ethics

Nov 26 Book 7 is exemplary of Aristotle methods. Everything in a certain way is directed towards the good, the truth in the leading sense. Why? Because of nous, the governing sense. What is the ultimate good and what is go...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL250
Charles Rodger
PHIL250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Phronesis

Nov 5 General outline: Book 1 Happiness and BeingAtWork: Aristotle tries to define the final end. Its a matter of happiness and being at work (actuality not potency) where the being at work is achieved by practicing. Consi...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL250
Charles Rodger
PHIL250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Categorical Imperative, Hypothetical Imperative

Oct 15 Purpose of chapter: move from popular morality to metaphysics of morals Last class was why he needs to do this: in order for the principle to be clear to us, have the right way of determining our will, we need to la...

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PHIL250
Charles Rodger
PHIL265 Lecture 24: Ontological Issues, Regularity Theory, Necessitarian Theory
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PHIL265
Hassan Masoud
PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Analytic Philosophy, Coherence Theory, Determinism
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The “Analytic” Tradition - Comes out of the problem of people not being clear - They clearly indicate things, either true or false A. Epistemology (Russell) How do we clearly and meaningf...

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PHIL102
Nathan Kowalsky

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