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UWPHIL215Brian OrendFall

All module notes (1-10).doc

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14 Apr 2012
219
Definitions of core terms: ethics how you should live your life, the values and ideals that apply to our actions. Justice how should social institution
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UWPHIL215Jim JordanFall

PHIL215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Harvard Business Review, Pareto Efficiency, Business Ethics

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7 Dec 2016
7
Behavioural economics takes into account the reasons behind human actions. Irrational escalation is when a situation is being carried out in a manner t
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UWPHIL215Jim JordanFall

PHIL215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Professional Ethics, Environmental Ethics, Moral Hazard

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7 Dec 2016
5
We can directly observe the actions of others as well as their consequences. But we cannot directly observe the inner lives of others which provide exp
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UWPHIL215saraweaverWinter

PHIL215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Business Ethics, Confirmation Bias, Asteroid Family

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2 Feb 2017
1
Phil 215 (arbus 202) lecture 1 introduction to ethics & morality. Textbook is 2010 edition of business ethics canadian edition by damian grace and step
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UWPHIL215Brian OrendFall

PHIL215 Lecture Notes - Cardinal Virtues, Deontological Ethics, Immanuel Kant

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7 Oct 2013
45
Ethics is the broadest term when we think about the values and ideals that apply to our actions. Ethics: how you should live your life? (a set of ideal
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UWPHIL256Paul ThagardSpring

PHIL256 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Christian Mortalism, Turing Test, Human Computer

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16 Mar 2016
19
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UWPHIL327Brian OrendFall

PHIL327 Lecture Notes - Arab Spring, Natural Justice, Blackletter

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19 Jun 2014
20
L3 laws: received benefits argument (cid:224) plato"s crito: if you"ve received benefits from a society & its laws, you owe it gratitude and obedience
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UWPHIL145Ted RichardsWinter

PHIL145 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Kylo Ren, Critical Thinking, Mister Ed

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16 Apr 2016
24
(cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) Introduction material may be included on the midterm. Fundamental idea humans prefer no
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UWPHIL215Brian OrendWinter

PHIL215 Lecture Notes - Financial Instrument, Naomi Klein, Digital Divide

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26 Nov 2012
25
Mid 90"s issue: global shifts around free trade and corporate consolidation. No logo: spirit to describe anti-corporate resistant. All kinds of product
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UWPHIL100JunknownFall

Preview notes of the course

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25 Jan 2012
36
Divisions of philosophy: epistemology what can you know, metaphysics what is real, ethics what should i do, what should i be, social political philosop
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UWPHIL215Brian OrendFall

PHIL215 Lecture Notes - S&P 500 Index, Elitism, Deontological Ethics

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9 Dec 2012
26
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UWPHIL145Andrew StumpfSpring

PHIL145 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Critical Thinking

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2 May 2017
0
Q: what is critical thinking: critical thinking is about how to think carefully and clearly about something. In one sense, critical thinking is the abi
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