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Class Notes for PHIL 1401 at University of Iowa

Matters of Life and Death

PHIL 1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Negative And Positive Rights

101117 Moral vs. legal rights Human rights vs. other rights -HR are concerned with a plurality of urgent human interests -basic necessities -equality and fairness -HR are universal (?) -there is a political structure capab...

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PHIL 1401
Ali Hansen
PHIL 1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Euthanasia, Fetus

11/1/17 An Argument That Abortion is Wrong The Future-Like-Ours (FLO) Account What accounts for the wrongness of killing? -Killing deprives others of the value of a future like ours. What makes the goods of my f...

Philosophy
PHIL 1401
Ali Hansen
PHIL 1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Jeremy Bentham, Speciesism

11817 All Animals are Equal Equal Treatment vs. Equal Consideration -The basic principle of equality does not require equal or identical treatment; it requires equal consideration. Equal consideration for different beings ...

Philosophy
PHIL 1401
Ali Hansen
PHIL 1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Fetus, Late Termination Of Pregnancy

103017 On the Moral and Legal Status of Abortion Popular but faulty pro-abortion arguments: -appeal to terrible side effects of restrictive laws -does not show restrictions are unjustified -ex. Murder is wrong regardless o...

Philosophy
PHIL 1401
Ali Hansen
PHIL 1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Fetus, Henry Fonda

10/23/17 1. Intentionally killing an innocent human being is murder. 2. A fetus is an innocent human being. 3. So, killing a fetus is murder. -doesnt work 1. It is arbitrary to draw a line in the...

Philosophy
PHIL 1401
Ali Hansen
PHIL 1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Supererogation

10/9/17 Famine, Affluence, and Morality Empirical Information -extreme poverty/absolute poverty -the extremely poor have to contend with hunger, malnutrition, widespread disease, high infant moral...

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PHIL 1401
Ali Hansen
PHIL 1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: John Stuart Mill, James Mill, Relativism
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1. 2/2/16 (John Stuart Mill – 1806-1773) Background 1. Son of James Mill, who wrote Utilitarianism 1. Father educated his son in a very rigorous way 2. “Utilitarian Mind/Learning” 2. Had...

Philosophy
PHIL 1401
Bhandary Asha
PHIL 1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Acupuncture, Fecundity, Kantianism
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1. 1/28/16 Trolley Ex. 1. Should you push one man over the bridge to stop the trolley car from killing the five people on the tracks? 1. Throwing the other person over, they’ll die, but the oth...

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PHIL 1401
Bhandary Asha
PHIL 1401 Lecture 1: Utilitarianism Reading Notes

1. Utilitarianism Reading Notes J. Bentham (Father of Modern Utilitarianism) According to the Principle of Utility 1. The morality of an individual action depends on how much utility that action would produce, where utilit...

Philosophy
PHIL 1401
Bhandary Asha
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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