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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Ontological Argument, Principle Of Bivalence, Episteme

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18 Apr 2012
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Metaphysics: does god exist, is the will free. Critical thinking: the application of logic to arguments in ordinary language. The basic concepts of cri
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

Unit 1: Reasoning and Critical Thinking (Part 1)

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28 Sep 2011
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Principle Of Bivalence, It Follows

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18 Mar 2015
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Arguments (logically strong [based on deductive reasoning/valid] or logically weak [deductively invalid]) The most basic concept of critical thinking i
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: George Orwell, Vagueness, Christopher Hitchens

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13 Oct 2017
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Critical Thinking, Law Of Excluded Middle, Principle Of Bivalence

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21 Oct 2016
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Phi 1101 f: concepts (technical definitions, lots of matching, a few fill in the blanks or true or false) concepts of critical thinking, application (m
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Baruch Spinoza, Scientific Revolution

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15 Mar 2016
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PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Logical Form, Polemarchus, Thrasymachus

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1 Mar 2016
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Question: state whether the following passage contains an argument. If the passage does contain an argument, identify the premises and the conclusion.
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneWinter

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: False Premise, Law Of Excluded Middle, Principle Of Bivalence

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24 Feb 2016
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Arguments: logically strong (inductively strong, deductively valid) --------- logically weak (inductively weak, deductively invalid) Each gets more com
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Stipulative Definition, Circular Definition

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3 Oct 2011
23
Critical thinking (phi 1101 c) unit 2: meaning and definition. The sense of a word is what we understand when we understand the meaning. For example, t
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture 4: Unit Two-Introduction to the Republic

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1 Mar 2016
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Republic: the text we will be reading along with our critical thinking text book is the republic by plato. Help with reading the republic: study questi
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture 2: Practice Questions-Unit 1-Part 1

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1 Mar 2016
11
Model answer (for tests and the examination: this is a statement because it is a sentence used to make a claim and is capable of being either true or f
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Principle Of Bivalence

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12 Oct 2016
7
Readings to do: unit two: definitions - begin w/ republic, then chapter 2. Unit 1: reasoning and critical thinking part 1. Basic concepts of critical t
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