Class Notes for Imogen Dickie

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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieFall

PHL232H1 Lecture Notes - If And Only If

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2 Nov 2011
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Couterfactual conditional: conditional whose truth is not guaranteed by the falsity of the antecedent [or the truth of the consequent: conditionals whe
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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieSummer

intro lecture

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18 May 2011
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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieWinter

PHL232H1 Lecture 3: 232 (3) Correspondence vs Coherence.docx

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2 Feb 2015
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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieFall

causation and hume

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26 Oct 2011
21
Hume"s version of the problem of causation: all mental content is derived from sense experience, ex. Billiard balls: the idea of a necessary connection
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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieSummer

nozick, internalism and externalism

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26 May 2011
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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieWinter

PHL232H1 Lecture 1: 232 (1) Introduction.docx

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2 Feb 2015
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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieWinter

Lecture 1 - Scepticism

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6 Jan 2015
32
Main focus will be on external world scepticism. Main question to ask is to what extent does what we are saying here about external world scepticism ap
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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieWinter

PHL232H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Foundationalism, Coherentism, Basic Belief

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10 Jan 2015
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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieWinter

PHL232H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Infinitism, Foundationalism, Coherentism

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2 Feb 2015
27
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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieFall

PHL232H1 Lecture Notes - If And Only If

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31 Oct 2011
28
Causation: regularity theories: a causes b iff a is necessary for b does not work, a causes b iff the occurrence of a is sufficient for the occurrence
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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieWinter

PHL232H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Relevance Logic, Truth Table, Classical Logic

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8 Jan 2015
42
Validity and soundness validity soundness only arguments are valid/invalid not statements if all the premises are true then the conclusion must be true
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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieFall

corespondance theory

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5 Oct 2011
25
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