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DALPOLI 3311Peter ArthurFall

POLI 3311 Lecture Notes - Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Bretton Woods Conference, Periphery Countries

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DALPOLI 3311Peter ArthurFall

POLI 3311 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Atlantic Slave Trade, Periphery Countries, Subsistence Economy

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Contact with other parts of the world (trade routes) Ethnic: ethnicity was fluid - weren"t strict identities; malleable. Gender: women had more politic
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DALPOLI 3311Peter ArthurFall

POLI 3311 Lecture Notes - Atlantic Slave Trade, Subsistence Economy, Dependency Theory

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Contact with other parts of the world (trade routes) Ethnic: ethnicity was fluid - weren"t strict identities; malleable. Gender: women had more politic
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DALPOLI 3311Peter ArthurFall

POLI 3311 Lecture Notes - Marxist Feminism, Postmodern Feminism, Band-Aid

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DALPOLI 3311Peter ArthurFall

POLI 3311 Lecture Notes - Structural Adjustment, Free Trade, Microeconomics

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Exam: 2 hours, 5 essay questions, answer any 2. Strengths: draws on the connection between saps ad a specific vulnerable section of the population, pro
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DALPOLI 3311Peter ArthurFall

POLI 3311 Lecture Notes - Organic Farming, Intensive Farming, Malaria

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Agriculture, food production, food security and the crisis of rural society. Myth: food problem is about redistribution, not production. Direct governm
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DALJOUR 3333Shelly BordenWinter

JOUR 3333 Lecture Notes - The Chronicle Herald, Publication Ban, Provincial And Territorial Courts In Canada

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DALJOUR 3333Shelly BordenWinter

JOUR 3333 Lecture Notes - Jury Trial, Actual Malice, Dominick Dunne

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Defamation publish something that in the minds of right-minded people lessens the opinion of an individual. Libel (written/broadcasting) in permanent a
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DALJOUR 3333Shelly BordenWinter

JOUR 3333 Lecture Notes - The Chronicle Herald, Publication Ban, Provincial And Territorial Courts In Canada

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DALJOUR 3333Shelly BordenWinter

JOUR 3333 Chapter Notes -Sub Judice, Publication Ban

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Of contempt suggestion someone is guilty before a court passes judgment. Contempt any act done or writing published calculated to bring a court or judg
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DALJOUR 3333Shelly BordenWinter

JOUR 3333 Lecture Notes - Youth Criminal Justice Act, Open Court Principle, Publication Ban

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Bail hearing often reporters are there certain evidence to particular individuals the judge declares not newsworthy could affect outcome of further pro
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DALPHIL 4120Duncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 4120 Lecture Notes - Dualism (Philosophy Of Mind), Inverted Spectrum, Behaviorism

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We should understand a language as a logical picture of the world around us. Each declarative sentence was built of statements which referred to minimu
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DALPHIL 4120Duncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 4120 Lecture Notes - Ordinary Language Philosophy, Linguistic Description, Illocutionary Act

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Inventor of ordinary language philosophy; believed philosophers were ineffective in using the language because of culture. How we talk/use terms is the
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DALPHIL 4120Duncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 4120 Lecture Notes - Gilbert Ryle, Ontological Argument, Logical Form

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Red is a colour object/thing red and has the property of being a colour ( what is red?) Sherlock holmes smokes a pipe but sherlock holmes doesn"t exist
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DALPHIL 4120Duncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 4120 Lecture Notes - Dennis Merzel, Mental Substance, Bodymind

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He as a thinking thing is a property that is known to him. His mind differs in property than his brain. Proves metaphysical dualism (mind is different
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DALPHIL 4120Duncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 4120 Lecture Notes - Salva Veritate, Logical Truth, Empiricism

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W. v quine two dogmas of empiricism, on what there is [trained as a lp] Grice, strawson in defense of a dogma. Responding to the lp tradition every mea
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DALPHIL 4120Duncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 4120 Lecture Notes - Sense Data, Direct And Indirect Realism

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Ayer thinks the theory that the first thing you"re aware of when you open your mind is an object cannot explain illusions, delusions is false. When the
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DALPHIL 4120Duncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 4120 Lecture Notes - Ordinary Language Philosophy, Soap Bubble, Analytic Philosophy

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Essays: no outside readings; 5 pages; explain then criticize; here"s the problem we"re concerned with explain the author"s position; show how they show
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DALPHIL 4120Duncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 4120 Lecture Notes - Truth Function, Logical Positivism, Counterfactual Conditional

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You only understand a statement means if you understand the truth/falsity. No matter what your test is: any statement called meaningful any truth funct
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DALPHIL 4120Duncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 4120 Lecture Notes - Formal Science, Empiricism, Logical Truth

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Hume knowledge was twofold: introspection and observation. Logical positivist we can only know by observation. Show the child a cow by exposing it to a
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DALPHIL 1000YDuncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 1000Y Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Intentional Stance, Folk Psychology, Physicalism

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Mind-brain identity theory: central state materialism, mind = central nervous system. Armstrong: how can a physical being have mental awareness, philos
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DALPHIL 1000YDuncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 1000Y Study Guide - Final Guide: Divine Command Theory, Ontological Argument, Rule Utilitarianism

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It is irrational to believe in something you cannot prove: ought implies can, if you ought to prove something, then it must be the case that you can pr
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DALPHIL 1000YDuncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 1000Y Lecture Notes - Compatibilism, Indeterminism, Fire Hydrant

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Two conflicting pictures of us in the world . Science people composed of particles of matter behave in accordance with the laws of physics. Particles e
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DALPHIL 1000YDuncan MacintoshWinter

PHIL 1000Y Study Guide - Robert Merrihew Adams, Divine Command Theory, God Game

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To play the god game, one must believe in god. If you play, the happiness you get if you win is infinite. If there is no proof of god"s existence, then
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DALPHIL 1000YDuncan MacintoshWinter

Semester 2 - Midterm 1 Notes

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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Greta Christina, Gynaecology, Voyeurism

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Greta christina cont"d: greta christina thinking of someone who acts, not the acts themselves. The way she judges herself affects the way she judges he
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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Pedophilia, Zoophilia, Voyeurism

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Pleasure and contact are interconnected because you can"t have one from the other. Technically distinct things, but sexual desire comes specifically fr
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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Voyeurism, Zoophilia, Dennis Amiss

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False conceptual analyses of the means-end form cause confusion about the value of sex to the individual. If we think sex is only to express love, thin
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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Slut, Cognitive Dissonance

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What are we like when we love? (what"s moral about love?) I wanted to keep track of how many there had been . It was my own exclusive structure, a game
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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Simone De Beauvoir, Roger Scruton, Grammatical Gender

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Exposition of views, arguments, concepts discussed, support arguments, objections, counterarguments. Existence precedes essence gives a defining charac
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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Claudia Card, Radical Feminism, Bell Hooks

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Rights may look good, but think about why we want them. Suggests this is not the best way to get what you want. Bell hooks writers, childrearing is a r
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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Pirkei Avot, Fiduciary, Sexual Penetration

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The question as to what behaviour should be prohibited through the criminal law will be settled by moral argument informed by empirical investigation.
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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Existentialism

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De beauvoir: authentic intimacy is between two autonomous, free individuals. Scruton: authentic intimacy is between two gendered individuals. Two indiv
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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Heterosexism

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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Martha Nussbaum, Category Mistake, Fungibility

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Objectification (the usual/kantian argument): to treat someone as an object, it to be treated as not a person, being a person is what grounds our right
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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Orgasm, Shyness

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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Zoophilia, Interpersonal Communication, Platitude

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Problems with nagle because nagle has wrapped himself in liberal sexual mythology. Liberal sexual mythology: the aim of sex is enjoyment this is a reac
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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Immanuel Kant, Sexual Attraction, Rationality

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Duties towards the body in respect of the sexual impulse . Kant"s argument: sexual impulse is unique objectification. Context: pre-enlightenment royalt
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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - Male Gaze

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Pornography degrades the male vision of women in this way. When i stand among the shelves there i am standing in a maze of female images, shelf after s
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DALPHIL 2170Samantha CopelandWinter

PHIL 2170 Lecture Notes - D. H. Lawrence, Real Union

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Only someone who continues to possess a nonsubservient autonomy can be an apt partner in a joint identity that enlarges and enhances your individual on
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