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PHI 31 Lecture 10: Lecture October 14

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16 Oct 2016
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PHI 31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Physical Chemistry, Vise, Scale Model

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27 Sep 2016
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Physical chemistry applied to biology: taking x-ray pictures of crystallized dna. Making models theoretical models, analog models and scale models. Mod
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PHI 31 Lecture 4:

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7 Jan 2019
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Predictions are about what to expect of data extracted from an experiment or observation, not about the world. Negative evidence: data and prediction d
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PHI 31 Lecture 24: phi31 - lecture 24 and 25

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7 Jan 2019
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Red: experimenter randomly assigns subjects to treatment and control groups that control the entire residual state. Pro: can"t meet random sampling ass
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PHI 31 Lecture 26: phi31 - lecture 26

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7 Jan 2019
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3 types of decisions depend on 3 grades of scientific knowledge about the state of the world. Best strategy for choosing an option depends on identifyi
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PHI 31 Lecture 10: PHI 31 Lecture 10 and 11

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7 Jan 2019
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Each and every sample will look a little different from the next. Probability of a sequence: combined probability of getting a result on the first tria
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PHI 31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Deductive Reasoning, Empiricism

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8 Apr 2018
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Two may or may not be the same; disagreement. Describe, explain, predict, control, understand world & how it works. Helping others by doing these (huma
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PHI 31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Necessity And Sufficiency

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7 Jan 2019
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If a is correlated with b, then b is correlated with a. Ex: traffic jams in the valley don"t cause it to snow in the mountains. Some ideas about the as
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PHI 31 Lecture 2:

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7 Jan 2019
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Describe, explain, predict, control, understand the world and how it works. Science aims to account for what we can observe/experience in the world and
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PHI 31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Linus Pauling, Physical Chemistry, Scale Model

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8 Apr 2018
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Watson and crick (1651-1953): episode in science. X-ray pictures of crystallized dna allowed dna structure to be studied. Making models theoretical, an
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PHI 31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Thought Experiment

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7 Jan 2019
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If c causes e in any individual in u, then if we made them all have +c, the frequency of +e should go up (compared to u), unless everyone in u already
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PHI 31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Health Maintenance Organization, Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill

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7 Jan 2019
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2) states of the world (mutually exclusive, exhaustive) 3) outcomes (draw the matrix: know the potential options and outcomes) 4) values (ranks of meas
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