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QUEEN'SGNDS 215Prof.Fall

GNDS 215 Lecture Notes - Sexual Diversity, Queer Theory, Sexual Identity

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4 Dec 2013
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Make sure gnds 215 is in all subject lines. Classical and contemporary theories on sex, gender and sexuality. The continuum of sexual and gender identi
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QUEEN'SGNDS 215Prof.Fall

GNDS 215 Study Guide - Sexual Diversity, Queer Theory, Sexual Identity

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4 Dec 2013
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Make sure gnds 215 is in all subject lines. Classical and contemporary theories on sex, gender and sexuality. The continuum of sexual and gender identi
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QUEEN'SGPHY 101Prof.Fall

GPHY 101 Lecture Notes - Geopolitics

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4 Dec 2013
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A much richer concept than location (a position in some sort of a spatial grid) For a place to be a place, it must have meaning. It is in that sense th
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QUEEN'SDEVS 100Prof.Winter

DEVS 100 Lecture Notes - Sub-Saharan Africa, 3 Women, Child Care

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4 Dec 2013
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A study of the social construction of difference between men and woman and the relations that emerge from these constructions. Complicated by transgend
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QUEEN'SRELS 131Prof.Winter

RELS S2 2013 LEC.docx

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4 Dec 2013
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Eastern/western traditions, the division between them is quite conventional. Even though these three religions arose in the middle east they were widel
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QUEEN'SGPHY 227Prof.Fall

GPHY 227; Class Notes .docx

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4 Dec 2013
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Explain geography of what you propose to study? (where is it happening) Explain how you will research the question. 1 page single spaced, times new rom
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Mass Society, Interpersonal Relationship

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19 Apr 2013
12
Answer 4 of 6 questions on the exam, 45 min/question. Each will have a passage from each book. Identify the author, then a detailed analysis of the pas
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Psychological Manipulation, Political Philosophy, Totalitarianism

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19 Apr 2013
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Marcel s distinction between a problem and a mystery. It s a worry of modern culture, diagnosing culture as being too nihilistic. The notion of mystery
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Friedrich Nietzsche, Egalitarianism, Moral Relativism

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19 Apr 2013
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Nietzsche has no theory of it, however, we have to regard thought as a personal expression: the will to power. Philosophy is a discipline, ideas a pers
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Tuning Fork, Avail, Egalitarianism

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19 Apr 2013
14
His last 11 years of life were spent in insanity and he did not write a word after january 1889. Torino, italy: he suffered a completely irreversible p
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - John Dewey, Rote Learning, Critical Thinking

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19 Apr 2013
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Knowledge is power to transform the world. john dewey. Knowledge doesn t give us the power, but rather the inclination to solve problems. In politics,
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Oil City, Pennsylvania, Truthiness, John Dewey

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19 Apr 2013
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The book is from his middle period. It"s supposed to be a general overview of his philosophy. Born in burlington, vermont to a hard-working devout chri
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Human Nature, Meliorism, Pragmatism

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19 Apr 2013
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Pragmatism, chapter 3: applications to metaphysical problems, common sense. We should not take a philosopher s word for it when he says there is an iss
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - Correspondence Theory Of Truth, Middleground, Ancient Greek Philosophy

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19 Apr 2013
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It is distinguished from older forms of british empiricism for the following reasons: the mind experiences objects directly, not ideas, we experience r
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

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

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19 Apr 2013
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It was difficult to challenge common opinion about anything, and philosophers have to challenge them. Those opinions that are self-evidently stupid now
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Prof.Winter

PHIL 115 Lecture Notes - John Stuart Mill, Foundationalism, Liberal Democracy

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19 Apr 2013
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The attributes of john stuart mill and all above. Mill will reply to kant"s moral philosophy with his moral theory of utilitarianism. It serves as an a
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