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PHIL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Theism, Logical Form
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Possible Counter Argument to Anselm: I. Existence isnt a real predicate. II. As argument is invalid Rebuttal: the argument of God is invalid, but is not the same argument form that Anselm provides. ...

Philosophy
PHIL 100
Georgette Sinkler
PHIL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Ontological Argument
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Key concept word by (or taken for granted by) Anselm in his ontological argument: Types of being (that we are able to talk about): -Necessary being- a being that cannot not be (is not able not to...

Philosophy
PHIL 100
Georgette Sinkler
PHIL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Ontological Argument, Logical Form
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11/1/17 Free Will If actor is free agent can choose between alternative choices of action: ~Examples: -can tell the truth, or can lie. -c...

Philosophy
PHIL 100
Georgette Sinkler
PHIL 100 Lecture 14: phil 1016:2017
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Applied Ethics Case #2: The rights and wrongs of helping poor and distant strangers. Peter singer is utilitarian Have a moral responsibility to help poor and distant strangers bc it would be relatively easy for us to do...

Philosophy
PHIL 100
Georgette Sinkler
PHIL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ethical Egoism, Psychological Egoism, Moral Relativism

Assignment: Read Louis Pojmans Egoism and Altruism: A critique of Ayn Rand pas 461466 Has Pojman accurately understood Rands argument of Ethical egoism? IF so, what is his best criticism of that argument? If not, where doe...

Philosophy
PHIL 100
Georgette Sinkler
PHIL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Moral Agency, Determinism

Argument= An attempt to establish the truth of some statement by appealing to evidence truth of statement by appealing to evidence(The support for the truth of the statement) Premises= Statements supporting the conclusion ...

Philosophy
PHIL 100
Georgette Sinkler
PHIL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Compatibilism, Determinism

Unit 1: Freedom Determinism 5 main areas of philosophy Metaphysics Epistemology Ethics Aesthetics Logic Freedom and determinism falls under the metaphysics category Several tendencies of human thought: Tendency to explain...

Philosophy
PHIL 100
Georgette Sinkler
PHIL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Compatibilism, Heredity, Determinism

962017 Assignment due Monday: Read Walter staces compatibilism (pdf) What, in a nutshell, is Staces defense of compatibilism (aka soft determinist)? What is his account of punishment? Is he right? Why or why not? Unit 1: F...

Philosophy
PHIL 100
Georgette Sinkler
PHIL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Kantian Ethics, Normative Ethics

First exam: on introductory lecture, freedom and determinism, and normative ethics Are any of these proposals concerning the nature of morality correct? 1. Moralethical relativismunlikely 2. Ethical egoismunlikely 3. Class...

Philosophy
PHIL 100
Georgette Sinkler
PHIL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hard Determinism, Moral Agency, Hypnosis

Assignment: Read selection by Rodrick Chiselm on human freedom and the concept of the self. p411419 What, in a nutshell, is Chiselms defense on the liberation position? How might a soft determinist reply? Not only are all ...

Philosophy
PHIL 100
Georgette Sinkler
PHIL 100 Lecture 6: phil- Kant beliefs

CI1: An act is morally right if the agent of the act can consistently will that the generalized form of the maxim of the act be a law of nature Maxim=rule or principle thats subjective (applies just to you) Kants 4 test ca...

Philosophy
PHIL 100
Georgette Sinkler
PHIL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ethical Egoism, Moral Relativism, False Dilemma

1. There are only two possible theories of morality I. Ethical egoism II. Ethical altruismany action taken for benet of others is good. Anything benet self is EVIL > fallacy of the straw man=misrepresenting ones argument, ...

Philosophy
PHIL 100
Georgette Sinkler
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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