Class Notes for PHL100Y1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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UTSGPHL100Y1Alexander KooFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Consequentialism, John Stuart Mill, Fallacy

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23 Sep 2015
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UTSGPHL100Y1Andre GombayWinter

Intro Lectures March 31

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5 Apr 2011
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You may think freud is interested in one form of self deception. When you repress something, it is a way of hiding from the self and deceiving the self
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UTSGPHL100Y1Andre GombayWinter

Intro Lectures March 17

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5 Apr 2011
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Lecture is not going to be very long. It is not ryan who is going to be grading it. Today is more about the superego and next week there is a guest lec
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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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UTSGPHL100Y1Andre GombayWinter

freud and new intro lectures

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5 Apr 2011
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UTSGPHL100Y1Mark KingwellWinter

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding

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8 Mar 2011
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Hume lists 3 possibilities: from observing things cannot get it from seeing things in the world. Only see cause of conjunctions, do not see the cause o
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UTSGPHL100Y1Mark KingwellFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Nicomachean Ethics

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5 Feb 2013
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To do well as a human being, we must flourish with our rational principle with respect to reason: intelligent virtue or flourish with our irrational pr
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UTSGPHL100Y1Ronniede SousaFall

PHL100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Reaction Formation, Friedrich Nietzsche, Continental Philosophy

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28 Feb 2017
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Recall the five features of philosophy: argument rather than stories, no definite methods, chasing vision through language, skeptical: take nothing for
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UTSGPHL100Y1Peter KingWinter

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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UTSGPHL100Y1Andre GombayWinter

new intro lectures

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11 Mar 2011
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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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UTSGPHL100Y1Mark KingwellFall

notes

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14 Dec 2010
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