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IUPHIL-P 140Daniel BuckleyFall

PHIL-P 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: James Rachels, Euthanasia, Assisted Suicide

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28 Nov 2017
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IUPHIL-P 140Daniel BuckleyFall

PHIL-P 140 Lecture 6: 11-2 Lecture Notes (Part I) Day 6

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7 Nov 2017
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Kant"s groundwork of the metaphysics of morals (con"t. ) Kant wants to seek out and establish the fundamental principle of morality. The fundamental pr
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IUPHIL-P 140Daniel BuckleyFall

PHIL-P 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Teleology

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IUPHIL-P 140Daniel BuckleyFall

PHIL-P 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: John Stuart Mill

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7 Nov 2017
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Mill begins chapter 2 by reacting to certain prevalent misconceptions concerning utilitarianism. First, some people think that utility is to be contras
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IUPHIL-P 140Daniel BuckleyFall

PHIL-P 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: John Stuart Mill, Summum Bonum, Applied Science

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7 Nov 2017
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At beginning of chapter 1, mills expresses deep dissatisfaction with the contemporary state of affairs concerning the question of the criterion of righ
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IUPHIL-P 140Daniel BuckleyFall

PHIL-P 140 Lecture 5: Abortion - Arguments from Warren, Thomson, and Marquis

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10 Nov 2017
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Grant for the sake of argument that a fetus is a person from the moment. 1. a fetus is a person from the moment of conception. 2. all persons have a ri
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IUPHIL-P 140Daniel BuckleyFall

PHIL-P 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Divine Command Theory, Platonic Realism

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2 Nov 2017
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IUPHIL-P 140Daniel BuckleyFall

PHIL-P 140 Lecture 11: Animal Ethics; Singer and Kant's arguments on vegetarianism

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14 Nov 2017
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Utilitarianism theories construe right actions as those which promote pleasure and reduce pain. since non-human animals can experience pain and pleasur
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IUPHIL-P 140Daniel BuckleyFall

PHIL-P 140 Lecture 6: 11-2 Lecture Notes (Part II) Day 6

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7 Nov 2017
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Kant"s groundwork of the metaphysics of morals (con"t. ) Kant says that the only thing good without limitation is a good will . A person with a good wi
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IUPHIL-P 140Daniel BuckleyFall

PHIL-P 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Nicomachean Ethics, Eudaimonia

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7 Nov 2017
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In book i aristotle identified the highest good. This is eudaimonia or flourishing. in order to flourish, however, we must act virtuously. The first cl
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IUPHIL-P 140Daniel BuckleyFall

PHIL-P 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Applied Ethics, Meta-Ethics, Deontological Ethics

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7 Nov 2017
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The discipline of ethics is usually divided into three sub-areas: meta-ethics, ethical theory, and applied ethics. Applied ethics deals with difficult,
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IUPHIL-P 140Daniel BuckleyFall

PHIL-P 140 Lecture 1: Philosophical Terminology and Ethics

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31 Oct 2017
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