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Philosophy 2200F/G
Charles Middleton

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EMP Week One Lecture One • Quizzes 30%, Papers 40%, Final 30% • Quizzes: access vroom, tuesday and thursday between 2 and 3 for office hours, more like a forum encouraged to use it for all of us to chat. chat with other students in the class and collect contact information to set up study dates • Quizzes: less weight put on the quizzes, to see whether we've done the readings. Fri- day afternoon - monday evening, can do anytime between then Final - info in the lectures that will be on the final that will not be available in the read- ings • Readings - schedule outlines which readings you need to do before which days, is a syllabus, all the required readings are online, in addition to that there are 3 books on descartes, rousseau social contract • 16TH - 17TH CENTURY • extends from 1492 columbus to 1799 the French Revolution after that becomes the modern period • the enlightenment starts with the french revolution and the ideas that come after it 1492 was the rise of the west over the world or the scientific revolution - Copernicus, • he sets up the heliocentric theory which places the sun rather than the earth at the cen- tre of the universe - the way we normally think is not necessarily true (important for the revolutionary idea that spawned many other political revolutions and they have their ba- sis in Ma
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