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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHL243H1
Professor
Ronniede Sousa
Semester
Fall

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PHL243Philosophy of SexIntroductory LectureThe 6 Characterizations of Philosophy1 Philsophy holds nothing sacredAuthority means nothingTradition means nothingFaith means nothing2 Rational arguement is crucial to philosophy3 Philosophy aims at changing your vision of the world by argument4 Philosophy is like religion in its attempt to understand things in general including the place of humans in the universe Philosophy is unlike religion because it holds nothing sacred and deals in arguements not text5 Philosophy is like science because it proceeds by arguement and is always open to refutationapproaches questions with skepticism Philosophy is unlike science because it has no fixed or definitive methods for solving its problems ie Experimentstest6 Philosophy is like literature because it explores human life and its place in nature Philosophy is unlike literat
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