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U OF GPHIL 1010Kyle BromhallFall

PHIL 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Harm Principle

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Social contract theory - essentially free, of equal strength/moral standing, must consent and artificial constraints of freedom. Tacit consent - you ta
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U OF GPHIL 1010Kyle BromhallFall

PHIL 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Thought Experiment, General Idea

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Underlying this was a key theme of liberalism; each and every person is born free, and only loses that freedom by entering into artificial social const
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U OF GPHIL 1010Kyle BromhallFall

PHIL 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Personal Property

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You have one right: the natural right to liberty. You have the natural right to everything required to survive. You want peace as often as you can, but
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U OF GPHIL 1010Kyle BromhallFall

PHIL 1010 Lecture 2: LEC 2 PHIL1010

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The state of nature is a thought experiment. Devices of the imagination used to investigate the nature of things (sep) It does not matter if the state
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U OF GPHIL 1010Kyle BromhallFall

PHIL 1010 Lecture 1: LEC 1 PHIL1010

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Liberalism: not what you think it is (today-october 7th) Democracy: the worst form of government (november 5th-final) Philosophy is the unusually stubb
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U OF GPHIL 2100Yussif YakubuWinter

PHIL 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Critical Thinking, Philosophical Skepticism, Peer Pressure

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Euphemisms: ways to say things that hide the actual meaning. We tend to overestimate the occurrence of dramatic events and underestimate the occurrence
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U OF GPHIL 3040Omid ShabaniSummer

PHIL 3040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Feminist Legal Theory, Liberal Feminism, Legal Personality

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He concluded that the happiness of society required legal equality of women with men: modern liberal feminists emphasis equal protection laws, and anti
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U OF GPHIL 3040Omid ShabaniSummer

PHIL 3040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: John Stuart Mill, Harm Principle, On Liberty

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So far the textbook material has been concerned with the question of what law is; from now on the question changes to what is the proper boundary of co
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U OF GPHIL 3040Omid ShabaniSummer

PHIL 3040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Paternalism

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Some theorists have suggested that (1) the distinction between harm to oneself and harm to the others is not as clear-cut as. Mill wants it to be since
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U OF GPHIL 3040Omid ShabaniSummer

PHIL 3040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Legal Positivism, Nominalism

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Normatively, and thus, miss an important element of legal systems. According to dworkin we have yet to answer basic questions concerning law satisfacto
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U OF GPHIL 3040Omid ShabaniSummer

PHIL 3040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Hermeneutics

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Dichotomy of finding the law or making the law misses an important distinction between arguments of principal and arguments of policy. Arguments of pri
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U OF GPHIL 3040Omid ShabaniSummer

PHIL 3040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Wolfenden Report, John Stuart Mill, Totalitarianism

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According to wolfenden committee such as private behavior such as homosexuality was not the proper concern of law. The committee viewed the proper conc
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