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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Political Philosophy

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17 Apr 2013
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He had no specific ethical model that he subscribed too. Nietzsche believed that a persons morals are a personal confession of an author, they come fro
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Gabriel Marcel, Existentialism

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17 Apr 2013
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Marcel explores a branch of philosophy called existentialism, essentially the study of the human condition and our purpose/existence. Phenomenology is
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Gabriel Marcel, Totalitarianism

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17 Apr 2013
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Skeptical of the whole human philosophy: when you"re sick you seek professional help, however there is no solution, only an endless number of people wh
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Friedrich Nietzsche, World War I, Christian Existentialism

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17 Apr 2013
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20th and 21st century philosophy is extremely complex: there begins a rather wide gulf between english speaking and european philosophical world. A goo
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Perspectivism, Thought Experiment, Political Philosophy

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17 Apr 2013
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The average human being had very different commitments, often wrong or lacking philosophical basis, but people had purpose. If so, usually those ideas
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Progressive Education, Intellectual, John Dewey

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17 Apr 2013
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Philosophy is the confession of the philosopher. Mother was a greater influence on dewey than his father was: are you right with jesus? his mother woul
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Pragmatism, Meliorism, Human Nature

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17 Apr 2013
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The present dilemma in philosophy is that it is not as objective or rational as it should be: subjectivity of the thinker should be bracketed. Thinking
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Religious Text

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17 Apr 2013
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Strong christian upbringing, father was in the clergy. Expected to follow in his father"s footsteps. Both his father and his brother passed away while
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - On Liberty, Correspondence Theory Of Truth, Empiricism

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17 Apr 2013
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The power of the parent over the child is overdone, misplaced and it"s a problem. We should think of parenting in general more as a matter of obligatio
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Truism

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17 Apr 2013
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Mills recognizes the old distinction of the private sphere and the public sphere, but adds his own twist of self regarding and other regarding actions.
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Deontological Ethics, Political Philosophy, Foundationalism

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17 Apr 2013
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Mill replies to kant"s moral philosophy with his ethical theory utilitarianism. Utilitarianism appears as a moral theory which is an alternative to deo
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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Prof.Winter

PSYC 100 Lecture Notes - Wilhelm Wundt, Edward B. Titchener, Scientific Method

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12 Apr 2013
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While some psychologists are clinical , many have little or no connection w/ therapy. Some are researchers, teachers, advertisers, communications, busi
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