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Introduction to Philosophy

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 5: PHL101- Lecture 5; Hobbes
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Lecture 5- Hobbes Background No "rational objects of desire",...

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 4: PHL101 Lecture 4- Crito Cont.
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Lecture 4- Crito Cont. Socrates' Main Arguments Socrates is g...

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 2: PHL101- Euthyphro

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 30: 06 Hume

Hume, “Liberty and Necessity” 1. Hume accepts the traditional pri...

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 29: 05 Two forms of libertarianism

Libertarianism  Libertarians accept the basic incompatibilist argu...

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 28: 04 Major Positions in the Free Will Debate(2)

Major positions in the debate: Incompatibilist positions: I...

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 27: 03 Arguments for Incompatibilism

Arguments for Incompatibilism Causal argument 1. If determinism...

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 26: 02 Causal Determinism

Causal Determinism the thesis that every event has a cause. ...

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 25: 01 Free Will

What does it mean to say ofsomeone that, in performing some action,...

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 23: 08 Pascal

Pascal’s Wage Utility matrix ...

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 22: 07c The Evidential Problem of evil

—Religious/Existential Problem of Evil Why does God permit ...

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 21: 07b Traditional Responses to the Problem of Evil

Traditional responses to the problem of evil: A theodicy is an at...

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 20: 07a The Logical Problem of Evil

The Logical Problem of Evil Mackie: the following three propositi...

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PHL105Y5 Lecture 19: 06 Principle of Sufficient Reason

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY Univ...

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