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PHIL 165 Lecture 9: Case Law - Grutter v Bollinger, Parents v Seattle
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Grutter v. Bollinger Holistic approach. Diver...

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PHIL 165 Lecture 11: Intermediate Scrutiny and Case Basis
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Frontiero v. Richardson, 411 U.S. 677 (1973), was a lan...

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PHIL 165 Lecture 7: Carolene & Palko & UC case law
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Carolene Products o When it comes to economic mat...

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PHIL 165 Lecture 8: Strict Scrutiny - Case Law
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Grutter v. Bollinger Circuit courts: strict Scrutiny: intere...

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Samuel Rickless
PHIL 165 Lecture 10: Suspect Classification Details
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Rickless: Diversity: important for national security, gen...

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PHIL 165 Lecture 6: Case Law - Equality Amendments
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Scalia believes only procedural due process matters. All the text s...

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PHIL 165 Lecture 2: Scalia continued...
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Lecture 2 Scalia Continued Precedents (stare decisis) When is it ap...

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PHIL 165 Lecture 3: Notes on Scalia and Dworkin
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Importance of Guidance: Need to give citizens FAIR NOTICE for laws....

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PHIL 165 Lecture 5: Ninth Amendment
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Ninth Amendment Dred Scott v. Sandford: was not entitled to sue in ...

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PHIL 165 Lecture 4: 14th amendment
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14th amendment o Due process clause o Privileges or immunities clau...

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PHIL 165 Lecture 1: Scalia
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Lecture 1 Scalia Nemo judex in causa sua no president may pardon ...

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PHIL 10 Lecture 1: Chapter 1

Lecture 2: Ch. 1 Basics: statements, form, arguments Statements al...

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PHIL 10 Lecture 2: Chapter 2

Chapter 2 Functions A function is something that takes inputs and p...

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PHIL 10 Lecture 4: Chapter 4

Ch. 4 Replacement Proofs, Indirect Proof, Tautologies Conditional ...

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PHIL 10 Lecture 5: Chaper 5

Ch. 5 Informal Fallacies What are informal fallacies? o Common erro...

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