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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Cogito Ergo Sum, Cartesian Doubt, Edmund Husserl

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20 Nov 2013
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PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Ressentiment

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12 Mar 2014
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[1] in the first essay of the genealogy, nietzsche lays out the basic structure he recognizes in the history of the evolution of moral concepts. Humans
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Magic In Harry Potter, Hypnosis, Arche

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31 Jan 2014
24
Aristotle"s argument that there must be a highest good (1. 2): (1) we do not choose everything for the sake of something else. Therefore: there is a hi
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Rotten Apples

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20 Nov 2013
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[1] ren e descartes (31 march 1596 11 february 1650): life and times. The composition of the meditations, and its publication with the objections and r
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingWinter

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Ressentiment, Friedrich Nietzsche, Protestantism

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20 Mar 2014
25
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Mind, Innatism, Causality

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21 Nov 2013
29
The broad outlines of the argumentative strategy for this meditation and the next is laid out here. The meditator now seeks a criterion to go on with:
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Ontological Argument, Pure Mathematics

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2 Dec 2013
14
[1] at long last, the meditator is ready to nd out what can be known! The meditator now knows that he too has a non-deceptive nature and, with due caut
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Vise, Intellectual Virtue, First Principle

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31 Jan 2014
26
Chapter 3: each person judges well what he knows, and is a good judge of this. Masses: something straight forward, obvious, e. g. pleasure, wealth, hon
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingWinter

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Moral Agency

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12 Mar 2014
29
[1] in the second essay of the genealogy of morality, nietzsche is deconstructing moral agency. That is, he tries to show the genealogy behind moral ag
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingWinter

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Psychology, Presupposition

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12 Mar 2014
30
[1] recall nietzsche"s aim in the second essay: to explore the long history of the origins of responsibility ( 2). [2] in 16 of the second essay, nietz
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Pepperoni, Causality, Pineal Gland

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4 Dec 2013
21
[1] the sixth meditation is devoted to the external world what can be known of material things. The meditator reviews the ideas he has of external thin
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Polemarchus, Cephalus, Socratic Dialogue

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7 Dec 2013
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Plato finds socrates in 428 b. c (around there) Plato was impressed about socrates seriousness in getting the answers for moral questions. Plato starte
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