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PHIL-3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Harvard Law Review, Scientific Reports
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Principles of a Rational Penal Code Harvard Law Review 1928 Stephen Glueck If a machine is malfunctioning, you find the source of the problem and fix it. You dont throw the whole machine away. Using this analogy, people ...

Philosophy
PHIL-3210
Wueste
PHIL-3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Malum Prohibitum, Categorical Imperative, Retributive Justice
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What Is Punishment? Infliction of penalty as a result of acting inappropriately or in a deviant manner Negative reinforcement for behavior deemed unacceptable by societal norms and values Meant to deter...

Philosophy
PHIL-3210
Wueste
PHIL-3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Categorical Imperative, Seedbed, Retributive Justice
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Some Objections to the Utilitarian Theory of Punishment (philosopher Igor Primoratz) Its view of humanity is flawed; persons are not respected as persons they are treated as means to societys good. ...

Philosophy
PHIL-3210
Wueste
PHIL 3210 Lecture 5: Feinberg
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Penalties Might be seen as in effect licensing fees, different from other purchased permits in that the price is often paid afterward rather than in advance. Punishment Retributive Theories all c...

Philosophy
PHIL-3210
Wueste
PHIL-3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hydrotherapy, Fire Hose, Political Philosophy
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Legal Values and the Rehabilitative Ideal Francis Allen Rehabilitation o substance abuse, alcoholism, injury, criminal behavior* criminal behavior should be treated in the same way a...

Philosophy
PHIL-3210
Wueste
PHIL-3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Montesquieu, Categorical Imperative
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LEGAL MORALISM First appearance in literature and debate is in Fitzjames Stephens response to Mill Purpose of the State o Why have one? o Aristotle A state does not e...

Philosophy
PHIL-3210
Wueste
PHIL-3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Wolfenden Report, Common Law, Montesquieu
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LEGAL MORALISM First appearance in literature and debate is in Fitzjames Stephens response to Mill Purpose of the State o Why have one? o Aristotle A state does not e...

Philosophy
PHIL-3210
Wueste
PHIL-3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Harm Principle, Jack Kevorkian, Assisted Suicide
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Devlin and Hart Devlin sees morality as an adhesive that holds society together and if that were to be jeopardize society will fall apart Critical morality (Hart) o Standards (ideas values pr...

Philosophy
PHIL-3210
Wueste
PHIL-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Martin Heidegger, Antithesis, Determinism

CH.23 21517 Nave RealismBelieving things are what they seem to be Natural Attitude Results so far 1. I exist 2. I am a Thinking thing 3. Mind and matter are logically distinct 4. The mind is Free 5. We perceive with the un...

Philosophy
PHIL-1010
David Stegall
PHIL-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Epicurus, Universal Access To Education, Hunter-Gatherer

Phil test 3 16:07 1) Physical self? Are we just meet? 2) Do we have free will? 3) Morality/ Ethics? 4) What makes society just? 5) Does L...

Philosophy
PHIL-1010
David Stegall
PHIL-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Innatism, Epicurus, Middle Ages

PHIL test 2 16:14 2/10/16 Subsidized schools until 400 AD for philosophy Constantine came in 400 AD and converted the state to Christianity and ...

Philosophy
PHIL-1010
David Stegall
PHIL-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Arthur Schopenhauer, Intelligent Design

Phil 1010 16:16 God arguments Ontological- definitional Cosmological- things need a cause Teleological- (intelligent design argument) universe i...

Philosophy
PHIL-1010
David Stegall
PHIL 316 Lecture 2: Day 2 Class Notes
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Class 2 Lecture Notes  Leibniz: Necessary and Contingent Truths: …a transition which can have no end… Further, one contingent thing is not really the cause of another, even though it seems so to ...

Philosophy
PHIL-3160
Mike Hannen
PHIL-3160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Celestial Spheres, Deferent And Epicycle, Occasionalism
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Day 1 • Thomas Hobbes – Mechanistic materialism: all phenomena – physical, psychological, political – are reducible to matter in motion. Galileo’s mathematically precise formulations in classical mec...

Philosophy
PHIL-3160
Mike Hannen
PHIL-3160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Celestial Spheres, Deferent And Epicycle

Day 1 Thomas Hobbes Mechanistic materialism: all phenomena physical, psychological, political are reducible to matter in motion. Galileos mathematically precise formulations in classical mechanics were the inspiration for ...

Philosophy
PHIL-3160
Michael Hannen
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Dualism (Philosophy Of Mind), Ethical Egoism, Noumenon

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM PPhilosophy METAPHYSICS I: UNIVERSALS ...

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