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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHLA10H3
Professor
William Seager
Semester
Fall

Description
Philosophy - Philosophy indulges questions that people do not have the capacity to understand. - Once questions a question becomes answerable, the philosophical aspect of the question begins to diminish and philosophers lose interest in the question. - Philosophical questions  Fundamental  General  Conceptual Analysis - Why no philosophical Labs?  Though experiments - The “hand off” - No mystic Gurus Logic and argument - What is an argument  A structure of statements designed to prove some point  Premises  Conclusion  Premises must be relevant to the conclusion  Relevance= The premises must give good reasons to believe the conclusion. - Sample arguments
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