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Ethics and Moral Philosophy

PHL275H5 Lecture 3: PHL275 LEC3

PHL275 LEC3 1. Do thrasymachus and Socrates have different conce...

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PHL275H5 Lecture 2: PHL275 LEC 2

PHL275 LEC 2 1. What is the slave revolt N said there coul...

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PHL275H5 Lecture 1: PHL275 LEC 1

PHL275 LEC 1 What is philosophy ? It is a passion A f...

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PHL275H5 Lecture 3: Lecture 3

Aristorle most likely disagrees with the happy person always smiles...

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PHL275H5 Lecture 4: Lecture 4docx

PHL275 September 22, 2015-09-22 The Doctrine of the Mean tells u...

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PHL275H5 Lecture 5: Lecture 5

PHl275 Aristotle thinks that the unjust person is responsible for...

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PHL275H5 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

PHL275 Hobbes Hobbes would agree with there is no absolute goo...

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PHL275H5 Lecture 7: Lecture 7

Lecture 7 Contracts and Covenants - A mutual transfer of r...

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PHL275H5 Lecture 8: Lecture 8

According to Hobbes, the right of nature is the right of each perso...

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PHL275H5 Lecture 9: Lecture 9 (AFTER midterm)

Hume is expressing his opponent’s view when he says “men are only s...

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