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Class Notes for PHIL 101

Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 101 Lecture 1: Philosophy 101 w/ Colin McLear Lec 1

The Origins of Western Philosophy ...

University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Philosophy
PHIL 101
PHIL 101 Lecture 2: Philosophy 101 w/ Colin McLear Lec 2

The Logic of Argument (cont) 8/24/2016 Part of an argum...

University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Philosophy
PHIL 101
PHIL 101 Lecture 10: The Knowledge Argument (10).docx

The Basic Argument 1. Before her release from the B&W ...

University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Philosophy
PHIL 101
PHIL 101 Lecture 9: Qualia and the Knowledge Argument (9).docx

Does the seizure patient (or a sleepwalker) have access consciousne...

University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Philosophy
PHIL 101
PHIL 101 Lecture 16: Detminism and Freedom.docx

Free Will: 1. A capacity of an agent to 2. ...

University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Philosophy
PHIL 101
PHIL 101 Lecture 14: Can Machines Think (14).docx

What is a Representation? Representation: something that repr...

University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Philosophy
PHIL 101
PHIL 101 Lecture 13: The Puzzle of Representation (13).docx

What is a representation? Something that represents something (eith...

University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Philosophy
PHIL 101
PHIL 101 Lecture 12: Lewis Review of Challenges to Physicalism (12).docx

What a physicalist needs • Tell us why doesn’t Mary know what ...

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Philosophy
PHIL 101
PHIL 101 Lecture 17: Frankfurt on Alternate Possibilities and Freedom.docx

Review Freedom of the will: 1] a capacity of an agent to 2] c...

University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Philosophy
PHIL 101
PHIL 101 Lecture 15: Objection tot he Chinese Room Argument (15).docx

Strong AI: thinking is constituted by manipulation of formal symbol...

University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Philosophy
PHIL 101
Philosophy - Reference Guides

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM ...

University of Toronto Scarborough
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