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Class Notes for Philosophy at St Joseph's College at University of Alberta (page 5)

PHIL120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: If And Only If

Friday, September 28, 2018 Today were going to go to yet another island, the Island of Silent Knights and Knaves. These are the conditions on this island: Every inhabitant is a knight or a knave, but not both ...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL120
Katalin Bimbo
PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Axiology, Natural Philosophy, Necessity And Sufficiency
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Introduction to Philosophy Philosophy is Greek for the love of wisdom Historical context Preliterate societies likely had wise people who were the beginnings of philosophy Philosophy comes from the dissatisfaction of peopl...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL102
Nathan Kowalsky
PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hylomorphism, Hyle, Substantial Form
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The Aristotelian tradition Aristotles critique of transcendent Form Agreed with the existence but not the nature of Forms How do Forms give existence to the particulars? 1. The third man problem Aristotle: is there a simil...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL102
Nathan Kowalsky
PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Socratic Method, Sophist, Platonic Epistemology
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Platos Apology Writes from Socrates point of view Plato was Socrates follower The Apology is about Socrates defense in court after he is convicted for atheism and corrupting the youth with his philosophical teachings Socra...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL102
Nathan Kowalsky
PHIL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Endless Sleep, Irony, Meletus
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September 13, 2017 (Wednesday) The Socratic Method -The method of Elenchus - Dialogical method, back and forth questioning. Perhaps called cross examination, used one on on. - Negative method: star...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL101
Marie- Eve Morin
PHIL120 Lecture Notes - Fall 2018 Lecture 3 - Venn diagram, Ternary relation, Proof calculus

Monday, September 10, 2018 A brief history of logic Aristotle (Plato > Aristotle > Alexander the Great et al.) is considered by many to be the father of modern logic; his influence spans over 2,000 years. He studied s...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL120
Katalin Bimbo
PHIL120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Sentence Clause Structure, Nelson Goodman

Monday, September 24, 2018 Abercrombie met an islander who made a statement to him. Simply based off of the statement, Abercrombie was able to conclude that the islander was a knave. What could the islander have possibl...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL120
Katalin Bimbo
PHIL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Consequentialism
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October 16, 2017 (Monday) Kant Groundwork part 2 *Remeber: Highest good is good will, not happiness. What do we mean by duty? - Duty arises generally from a law (or the representation of the law) Relative...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL101
Marie- Eve Morin
PHIL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Epicurus, Thesis Statement
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September 20, 2017 (Wednesday) -Opinion and knowing are different Faculties that relate to different realm (different objects). -We want to know the difference to understand what is special about the philosopher. ...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL101
Marie- Eve Morin
PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Noumenon, Anti-Realism, Transcendental Idealism
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The Idealist Tradition Ideas are reality Kant German and from the time of the French Revolution Freedom and necessity o Freedom refers to morality, ethics, taking responsibi...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL102
Nathan Kowalsky
PHIL120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Formal Language, If And Only If, Truth Function

Monday, October 1, 2018 Now we are going to do what is known as unification. What this means is that we are going to combine all of the types that weve looked at on the previous islands. This means islanders are: ...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL120
Katalin Bimbo
PHIL120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Metalanguage, Metalogic, Classical Logic

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 The problem of the spy on the island is an example of what is known as a meta-problem. When looking at a meta-problem we have to understand the requisite terms. The root word of metaphysics...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL120
Katalin Bimbo
Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL250
Charles Rodger
PHIL102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Subjunctive Possibility, Pineal Gland, Physicalism

find more resources at oneclass.com oct 4, 2016 - descartes 2 and 6 - harman, selections from thought, coda 46 MENTAL PHENOMENA - thoughts - beliefs - intentions - emotions ...

Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL102
Phil Corkum
PHIL265 Lecture 23: Experimentation vs Observation, Mill's Methods of Examining Causal Connection
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Philosophy at St Joseph's College
PHIL265
Hassan Masoud

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