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PHIL 1000 Lecture 29: Final - Lecture Notes (P)

Psychology Final - Lecture Notes Tuesday September 12th, 2017 - Scientific Thinking and Experiments What is Psychology? - The scientific study of behaviour and mental processes Scientific -Answering questions objectively b...

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PHIL 1000
Kosi
PHIL 1000 Lecture 2: C.S. Lewis - tutorial 2

Sasha Tharia 1010437 C.S. LewissAgainst the humanitarian theory of rehabilitation: Summary In C.S. Lewiss Against the humanitarian theory of rehabilitation he explains the aws of the humani...

Philosophy
PHIL 1000
Kosi
PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mahatma Gandhi, Ad Hominem, Compatibilism

Compatibilism What is the Problem of Free Will? Problem of Free Will: refers to the dilemma of trying to reconcile Human Freedom The determinism that appears to exist in the natural wor...

Philosophy
PHIL 1000
Peter Eardley
PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Compatibilism

MoralResponsibility Theory of the Involuntary Acts done under compulsion or from ignorance are generally considered involuntary Involuntary actions: actions for which we are not praised or blamed (objects of ...

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PHIL 1000
Peter Eardley
PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Bertrand Russell, 28 Fundamental Beliefs (Adventist)

Lecture2-3 What is Philosophy? From two Greek words o philo love of o Sophia wisdom Specifically: philosophy is the critical examination of fundamental concepts and beliefs ...

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PHIL 1000
Peter Eardley
PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Virtue Ethics, Tat Tvam Asi, Thrasymachus

Philosophy Lectures September 16 - Become wiser as you get older because you gain experience - Can learn knowledge, cannot learn wisdom - Philosophy is based on reason; art is based on emotion; religion is ...

Philosophy
PHIL 1000
Dortor
PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Reason Foundation, Rationality

December 1, 2015 Aristotle 1. The aim of human life is flourishing 2. Basic concept of flourishing is a biological concept for Aristotle 3. Organisms / Living things can either flourish or not flourish ...

Philosophy
PHIL 1000
Patricia Sheridan
PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Making Money, Dust Bunny, Hypothetical Imperative

December 8, 2015 What is an ‘END’ - Aristotle thinks that EVERYTHING has a purpose - His thinks there are four different types of causes and explanation to things - Example: Dry erase marker 1. Material Causes / M...

Philosophy
PHIL 1000
Patricia Sheridan
PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Condom, Thorstein Veblen, Philip Kitcher

Oct. 13th 2015 Egoism is contrary to altruism Philip Kitcher says: one way to think about altruism is that the things they want are what other people want. **your desires depends on the desires of another e.g. you wil...

Philosophy
PHIL 1000
Patricia Sheridan
PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Harm Principle, Kantianism, Paternalism

November 17th, 2015 1. extreme utilitarianism 2. If you accept this, there is a lot you have to do 3. Example, the example depends on an assumption that economists make 4. Economists’ assumption: dimin...

Philosophy
PHIL 1000
Patricia Sheridan
PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Egotism, Testability, Recreational Drug Use

October. 6, 2015 Relativism 1. Different standards and no judging among them 2. Multiplicity of different standards 3. Sounds like relativists deny that there is something called human nature 4. Blackb...

Philosophy
PHIL 1000
Patricia Sheridan
PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Foundationalism, Natural And Legal Rights, Contract Theory

November 24, 2015 Contract Theory / State of Nature Theory 1. The limitations on what governments can do to human beings that the governments govern 2. Locker think there is a right to property, even i...

Philosophy
PHIL 1000
Patricia Sheridan
PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Spermicide, False Consciousness, Peter Unger

Oct. 20th, 2015 1. Blaming is important because we blame people when we think they have done something wrong 2. Blaming - Involves the idea that someone has done something wrong 3. Many ways to do ...

Philosophy
PHIL 1000
Patricia Sheridan
PHIL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Rule Utilitarianism, Beer Pong, Amniocentesis

October. 27, 2015 Birth 1. Amniocentesis 2. When a woman is pregnant early on an amniocentesis can be performed 3. It is an injecting, withdraw fluid, can determine down syndrome, gives woman choice to ...

Philosophy
PHIL 1000
Patricia Sheridan
PHIL1000 Lecture 1: lecture 1

Right and Wrong - 1250F Sept.15, 2015 Essays 1. pay attention to the characters and their personalities - imagine you know these people 2. no themes, symbols etc. 3. Only use one or two sections of the play...

Philosophy
PHIL 1000
Patricia Sheridan
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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