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BARUCHPHI 1500Boris MaizelFall

PHI 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ancient Philosophy

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Try to explain visible reality with invisible reality. All objects can be reproduced by nature/human. The actual object exists because of the substance
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ACC 3100 Lecture 4: new doc 2018-02-20 20.34.48

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BARUCHPHI 1500Boris MaizelFall

PHI 1500 Lecture 1: What is philosophy?

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BARUCHPHI 1500Boris MaizelFall

PHI 1500 Lecture 2: Who is most mistaken?

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BARUCHPHI 1500Boris MaizelFall

PHI 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Logical Truth, A Priori And A Posteriori, Snapple

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Recycling of prior knowledge/ no new knowledge. Not universal (only based on one or few experiences) and necessary. We don"t always have bad weather on
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BARUCHPHI 1500Boris MaizelFall

PHI 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: A Priori And A Posteriori

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All radhika"s are unmarried: predicate inside subject: synthetic a posteriori. Intution of space and time: cause and effect (why something occurs) To e
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BARUCHPHI 1500Boris MaizelFall

PHI 1500 Lecture 19: Where is God?

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Descartes proved: thinking tings, extended things (used geometry, god. For the source of his idea of god: never. How did he prove god"s existence: unce
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BARUCHPHI 1500Boris MaizelFall

PHI 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Barista, Four Causes, Physical Body

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Plato had an academy (a school of higher education) and aristotle was his student. Aristotle"s books: physics: means nature. At the time it was a philo
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BARUCHPHI 1500Boris MaizelFall

PHI 1500 Lecture 8: Definitions of Abstraction

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Why do we need abstractions: definitions: to make definitions of words that designate things and events when their descriptions become insufficient. De
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BARUCHPHI 1500Boris MaizelFall

PHI 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Barista

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The ultimate cause in one from which you could logically proceed to the other causes. You need to be able to go to other causes logically. Material: yo
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BARUCHPHI 1500Boris MaizelFall

PHI 1500 Lecture 18: The Sun + Example of Matter Using Descartes Philosophy

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Everything can be characterized through these 7 features: when you have the extension of an object, you have the size as well. Example of matter of phy
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BARUCHPHI 1500Boris MaizelFall

PHI 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Euclidean Geometry

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Francis bacon: we don"t need to consult aristotle to gain knowledge, knowledge is the product of our own creativity, we don"t need religion. We will le
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