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FSUPHI-2630Michael RobinsonSpring

PHI-2630 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Free Range, Euthanasia, Moral Treatment

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25 Apr 2016
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Ethical issues & life choices spring 2016. Notes on the exam: the exam will be held on tuesday, april 26, 5:30-7:30pm, in our normal classroom. The exa
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FSUPHI-2630Robyn WallerSpring

PHI 2630 Lecture 7: 1.28.docx

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13 Feb 2014
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FSUPHI-2630Demarco, GabrielSummer

PHI-2630 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lifesaving, Philippa Foot, Moral Nihilism

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25 Oct 2016
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Euthanasia: is the act or practice of killing or allowing someone to die on the grounds of mercy (rachel doesn"t argue that euthanasia is permissible)
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FSUPHI-2630Stephen KearnsFall

PHI-2630 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Speciesism, Eating Animals, Determinative

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27 Oct 2016
10
One of the main questions regarding the treatment of non-human animals. What is the morally relevant difference between humans and non-human animals? (
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FSUPHI-2630Robyn WallerSpring

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13 Feb 2014
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FSUPHI-2630Marcela HerdovaFall

PHI-2630 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Victims Family, Counterargument

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26 Oct 2017
0
Arguments for the death penalty: deterrence argument: having the death penalty deters or puts off people from committing serious crimes more so than li
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FSUPHI-2630Marcela HerdovaFall

PHI-2630 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Fetus

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3 Dec 2017
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FSUPHI-2630Marcela HerdovaFall

PHI-2630 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Eye For An Eye, Retributive Justice

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3 Dec 2017
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Lecture 11: death penalty continued: retribution argument- argument for the death penalty. We ought to treat people as they have treated others. What p
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FSUPHI-2630De MarcoFall

PHI-2630 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Rule Utilitarianism, Gamete, Cookie Monster

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7 Feb 2018
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FSUPHI-2630Marcela HerdovaSpring

PHI-2630 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: On Liberty, John Stuart Mill, Hate Speech

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1 Sep 2016
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Free speech in the u. s. is the first amendment. Constitutionally unprotected categories libel (slander), incitement, etc. Key issues related to free s
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FSUPHI-2630Robyn WallerSpring

PHI 2630 Lecture 5: 1.23.docx

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13 Feb 2014
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FSUPHI-2630Stephen KearnsFall

PHI-2630 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc, Ad Hominem, Hate Speech

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27 Oct 2016
6
Section a (reasoning errors/fallacies 10 mc questions) Fallacy of majority belief: most people believe it, so it"s probably true. Fallacy of common pra
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