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PHI1104 Lecture 4: Descartes

Descartes: modern philosophy, mathematician Euclid: plane geo...

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PHI1104
Jeffrey Reid
PHI1104 Lecture 3: Aristotle

Aristotle: philosophy + science Wants to create an empirical theory...

Philosophy
PHI1104
Jeffrey Reid
PHI1104 Lecture 2: Socrates & Plato

Socrates: Mom was a midwife, Socrates was also a midwife (knowledge...

Philosophy
PHI1104
Jeffrey Reid
PHI1104 Lecture 1: Pre-Socratic Philosphers

What is Philosophy? The world, the self, and God are the ob...

Philosophy
PHI1104
Jeffrey Reid
PHI1104 Lecture 10: Kierkegaard

Kierkegaard: Existence Hegels theory is dumb because its saying you...

Philosophy
PHI1104
Jeffrey Reid
PHI1104 Lecture 9: Hegel

Hegel: Consciousness S=O, this relationship is consciousne...

Philosophy
PHI1104
Jeffrey Reid
PHI1102 Lecture 4: Non-Human Rights

Regan = pre theoretically egalitarian Frey = pre theoretically ineg...

Philosophy
PHI1102
Andrew Sneddon
PHI1101 Lecture 22: April 3rd, 2018
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April 3rd, 2018 Chapter 7 Not on exam Chapter 8: A Budget of Fallac...

Philosophy
PHI1101
Vincent Bergeron
PHI1101 Lecture 21: March 27th, 2018
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6.3: Causes and Effects A causes B First thing to do is to look for...

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PHI1101
Vincent Bergeron
PHI1101 Lecture 9: PHI 1101 Lecture 9

Deductive Arguments: * What is it? * An argument intended to pro...

Philosophy
PHI1101
Mark Brown
PHI1101 Lecture 11: PHI1101 Lecture 11

1. The Gamblers Fallacy * Thinking that previous events can influen...

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PHI1101
Mark Brown
PHI1101 Lecture 10: PHI1101 Lecture 10

* Argument by analogy * An analogy is a comparison of two or more t...

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PHI1101
Mark Brown
PHI1101 Lecture 10: Fallacies Part 2
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Fallacies 1. Certain types of defective arguments happen so frequen...

Philosophy
PHI1101
Mark Brown
PHI1101 Lecture 10: Fallacies Part 1
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1. The Gamblers Fallacy Thinking that previous events can influence...

Philosophy
PHI1101
Mark Brown
PHI1103 Lecture 11: PHI 1103 Lecture 11 Notes
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Lecture 11: Zhuangzi March 26, 2018 th Zhuangzi (4 Century BC) Per...

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PHI1103
Mark Brown
Philosophy - Reference Guides

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM ...

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