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UTSGPHL205H1Martin PickaveFall

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6 Nov 2012
67
Constantine: everyone can practice their own religion. Early 5th century: the period of the movement of nation around the world. Someone who is in touc
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UTSGPHL205H1Dominic MartinFall

PHL205H1 Lecture Notes - Tabula Rasa, Dialectic

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14 Oct 2012
39
Phl 205 lecture 7 - augustine on memory and mind. Past at this point, his mother died (book 9) Book 10,11 discuss about the human soul. Without souls t
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UTSGPHL205H1Deborah BlackFall

PHL205H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Manichaeism, Economic Materialism, Plotinus

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12 Dec 2017
0
Interiorism: augustine believes that the immateriality of real things like the mind, the soul is evidence of the possibility of real ideals. Identifies
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UTSGPHL205H1Deborah BlackFall

PHL205H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Manichaeism

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12 Dec 2017
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UTSGPHL205H1Deborah BlackFall

PHL205H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Genesis Creation Narrative, Demiurge

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12 Dec 2017
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UTSGPHL205H1Martin PickaveFall

PHL205H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Manichaeism, Natural Evil, Innatism

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28 Mar 2016
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UTSGPHL205H1Deborah BlackFall

PHL205H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Renaissance Humanism, Medieval Philosophy, Christian Philosophy

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12 Dec 2017
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UTSGPHL205H1Dominic MartinFall

PHL205H1 Lecture Notes - Ostensive Definition, Blood Brother, Human Nature

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14 Oct 2012
60
Augustine on some philosophically puzzling aspects of early childhood. 2 important things: cradle argument, language learning. There are two ways to re
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UTSGPHL205H1Dominic MartinFall

PHL205H1 Lecture Notes - Problem Of Future Contingents, Contin

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20 Nov 2011
40
Boethius notes that by (f4), whatever god knows must be so; hence it is not possible for it to be otherwise. Yet that is just to deny any freedom, or m
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UTSGPHL205H1Dominic MartinFall

What is True Happiness?

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20 Nov 2011
36
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UTSGPHL205H1Martin PickaveFall

PHL205H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Nominalism, First Doctor

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28 Mar 2016
28
Abelard and the problem of universals december 1 st. He believed that universals exist purely by virtue of words in the mind and that they do not exist
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UTSGPHL205H1Deborah BlackFall

PHL205H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Prosimetrum, Ostrogothic Kingdom, Roman Citizenship

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12 Dec 2017
0
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