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UTSGHPS200H1Paul ThompsonFall

HPS200H1 Lecture 1: HPS200H1-Lecture1-Value

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UTSGHPS100H1Hakob BarseghyanFall

HPS100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Scientific Revolution, Fallibilism

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UTSGHPS100H1Hakob BarseghyanFall

HPS100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Formal Science, Popular Science, Natural Science

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UTSGHPS100H1Hakob BarseghyanWinter

HPS100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Formal Science, The 2Nd Law, Four Color Theorem

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Week 4 lecture - mechanism of scientific change. Milder: no universal and fixed method of science. Researchers gi(cid:448)ing the pill don"t kno(cid:44
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UTSGHPS100H1Hakob BarseghyanFall

HPS100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Neutral Monism, Monism, Materialism

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Nowadays, we believe that the processes in the brain produce psychological phenomena. Individually, we may have different views on the subject. What we
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UTSGHPS100H1Hakob BarseghyanWinter

HPS100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hypothesis, Classical Element, Phlogiston Theory

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We are not in a position to know. Although our theories about the natures of unobservable entities can be false, our knowledge of the relations between
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UTSGHPS100H1Hakob BarseghyanFall

HPS100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cherry Picking, Pseudoscience, Testability

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Questions: what is the difference between science and non-science, what are the characteristics of a scientific theory, what are the characteristics of
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UTSGHPS100H1Hakob BarseghyanWinter

HPS100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Tennis Ball, Pseudoscience, Scientific Revolution

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Myths of popular science: ancient greeks, plato everything made of little triangles, aristotle world is at the centre of the universe, hippocrates 4 hu
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UTSGHPS100H1Hakob BarseghyanWinter

HPS100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Agnosticism, Determinism, Theism

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The mind is a product of brain processes. There are two substances - matter and mind. Material objects cannot exist without some underlying mental stru
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UTSGHPS100H1Hakob BarseghyanWinter

HPS100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Chemical Affinity, Agnosticism, Teleology

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UTSGHPS200H1Paul ThompsonFall

HPS200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Divine Providence, Biblical Literalism, Archaeopteryx

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UTSGHPS100H1Hakob BarseghyanFall

HPS100H1 Lecture 3: HPS100 Lecture 3

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Intro: while in formal science, infallible knowledge is achievable all empirical knowledge is inevitably fallible because sensations, induction and the
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