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MACEWANANTH-101DawsonWinter

ANTH 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 24 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
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Anthropology = the study of humans* (all varieties of people, cultures and all time periods) Anthropologists use a holistic approach: the 4 fields of c
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MACEWANPHIL-230lorkovicWinter

PHIL 230- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 24 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
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MACEWANPHIL-240alain beauclairSpring

PHIL 240- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
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Study guide: what is a philosophy of resistance, first, it is one that challenges dogma and settled belief from a perspective that recognizes the plura
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MACEWANPHIL-230lorkovicWinter

PHIL 230- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 24 pages long!)

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16 Feb 2018
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MACEWANPHIL-240alain beauclairSpring

PHIL 240- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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16 Feb 2018
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Study guide: what is a philosophy of resistance, first, it is one that challenges dogma and settled belief from a perspective that recognizes the plura
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MACEWANPHIL-230lorkovicWinter

PHIL 230 Lecture 11: phil 230 l11

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3 Feb 2018
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Socrates is the shift from natural philosophy to the centrality of moral inquiry: philosophy rooted in finding moral quality in everyday life and livin
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MACEWANPHIL-230lorkovicWinter

PHIL-230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Meletus, True Justice

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3 Feb 2018
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Impiety: believing in gods other than those condoned by the state (athena, apollo, Prosecution proposes death:by suggesting maximum punishment, they ho
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MACEWANPHIL-230lorkovicWinter

PHIL-230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Natural Philosophy, Pre-Socratic Philosophy

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3 Feb 2018
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Most of what we know about socrates is through plato, and a few others: 3 primary sources of socrates: aristophanes (playwright of the clouds in which
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MACEWANPHIL-230lorkovicWinter

PHIL-230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cultural Relativism, Participatory Democracy, Natural Philosophy

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3 Feb 2018
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A sophist would be able to teach both the stronger and weaker sides of arguments: to. Negatively, sophists stand as a case of philosophy gone wrong : t
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MACEWANPHIL-230lorkovicWinter

PHIL-230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Reductionism, Arche, Atomism

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3 Feb 2018
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The elementalists: all 3 aim to understand the basic elements that move us from being to becoming, preserving both common sense and philosophy. A middl
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MACEWANPHIL-230lorkovicWinter

PHIL 230 Lecture 6: phil 230 l6

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3 Feb 2018
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Everything inescapably changes (supported by observation); logos changes and shifts. Heraclitus believed there was a divine structure to the universe,
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MACEWANPHIL-230lorkovicWinter

PHIL-230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Metempsychosis, Eleatics, Arche

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3 Feb 2018
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Anaximenes as capturing middle ground: what seems correct about water; water seems correct about apeiron synthesis of both, with air as a middle ground
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MACEWANPHIL-230lorkovicWinter

PHIL-230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Arche, Anaximander

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3 Feb 2018
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MACEWANPHIL-230lorkovicWinter

PHIL-230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ancient Greek Philosophy

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3 Feb 2018
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On the origins of the universe: in the beginning, there was nothing only chaos, the abyss. Earth arises first, and is the basis for all things; the und
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MACEWANPHIL-230lorkovicWinter

PHIL-230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ancient Greek Philosophy, Ancient Greek, Theogony

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3 Feb 2018
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MACEWANPHIL-247c. rodgersWinter

PHIL-247 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Dasein, Ontic, Martin Heidegger

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3 Feb 2018
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Being is continually talked about: as essences , as existence, in description, and that something is (ie that something"s a true statement) This is wha
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MACEWANPHIL-247c. rodgersWinter

PHIL-247 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger, Dasein

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3 Feb 2018
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My own being as an issue for myself. Being versus being: particular entities (being) versus being itself (time) Dasein: that being, that entity that ha
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MACEWANPHIL-247c. rodgersWinter

PHIL-247 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Edmund Husserl, Reductionism, Intentionality

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3 Feb 2018
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MACEWANPHIL-247c. rodgersWinter

PHIL-247 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Bourgeoisie, Social Conflict, Eugenius Warming

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3 Feb 2018
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French revolution will be the rise of working bourgeoisie to take up the battle. The working bourgeoisie produce capital, slaves of themselves (interna
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MACEWANPHIL-247c. rodgersWinter

PHIL-247 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Bourgeoisie, Legal Personality

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3 Feb 2018
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The slave as a particular: the slave remains bound to his animal life, his particular. The slaves create this absolute master (god) who recognizes ever
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MACEWANPHIL-247c. rodgersWinter

PHIL 247 Lecture 3: phil 247 l3

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3 Feb 2018
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In other words, in his nascent state, man is never simply man he is always, Out of this struggle and distinction comes the development of history, as w
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MACEWANPHIL-247c. rodgersWinter

PHIL-247 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Opiate, Young Hegelians

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3 Feb 2018
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Still questionable whether even science can provide universal and. Fails to account for first person experience; we come to know ourselves. To discuss
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MACEWANPHIL-247c. rodgersWinter

PHIL-247 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Meta-Analysis

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3 Feb 2018
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If we are already searching for such we have given up on believing it to be mad; thus. The goal of comprehensive knowledge of truth would also include
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MACEWANPHIL-240alain beauclairSpring

PHIL-240 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Western Philosophy, Rationality, Radical Empiricism

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3 Feb 2018
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But a conception, he declared, is a teleological instrument. It is a partial aspect of a thing which for our purpose we regard as its essential aspect,
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MACEWANPHIL-240alain beauclairSpring

PHIL-240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Thumb, List Of Civilisations In The Culture Series, Henry David Thoreau

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3 Feb 2018
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Fate-ralph waldo emerson: emerson (mckenna and pratt) took up some political causes due to pure pressure; believing in the cause, but it not being his
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MACEWANPHIL-240alain beauclairSpring

PHIL-240 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Harvard Divinity School, Margaret Fuller

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MACEWANPHIL-240alain beauclairSpring

PHIL-240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gastric Lavage, Foot Binding

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3 Feb 2018
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Perkins-gilman: emphasis on education; education and philosophy are both concerned with a turning around of the soul in platonism, american phil. Will
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MACEWANPHIL-240alain beauclairSpring

PHIL-240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Jane Addams, Hull House, John Dewey

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3 Feb 2018
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Jane addams: newer ideals of peace : activist and influential for john dewey; pacifist, arguing against war, began the settlement hull house : led to t
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MACEWANPHIL-240alain beauclairSpring

PHIL-240 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Anna J. Cooper, Margaret Fuller

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3 Feb 2018
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MACEWANPHIL-240alain beauclairSpring

PHIL-240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Standing Bear, Forego, Great Spirit

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3 Feb 2018
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Standing bear: will argue that morality is in part a product of environmental interaction as well as pre-existing cultural outlook. The white man does
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MACEWANPHIL-240alain beauclairSpring

PHIL-240 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: American Indian Boarding Schools, Simon Pokagon, World'S Columbian Exposition

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3 Feb 2018
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Evolution and culture (apwk, ch 3: the imported philosophical outlook of evolution as a principle lead to further racism, segregation and colonial styl
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MACEWANPHIL-240alain beauclairSpring

PHIL-240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Civil Disobedience (Thoreau), Henry David Thoreau, American Philosophy

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3 Feb 2018
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MACEWANPHIL-240alain beauclairSpring

PHIL-240 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: American Philosophy, John Dewey, Plastic Arts

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3 Feb 2018
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Chapter 1 of american philosophy wounded knee the moniker american philosophy : classically associated with classical pragmatism; Peirce, william james
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MACEWANANTH-101DawsonWinter

ANTH-101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Heredity

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3 Feb 2018
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Conventional geographic racial groupings differ from one another only in about 6% of their genes. This means that there is greater variation within rac
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MACEWANANTH-101DawsonWinter

ANTH-101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Homo Erectus, Middle Paleolithic, Stone Age

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3 Feb 2018
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Most mammals stop running after short distances because they cannot cool their body. Bipedalism as discussed, assoiciated with distance hunting; most m
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MACEWANANTH-101DawsonWinter

ANTH-101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 99: Sahelanthropus, Becoming Human, Afar Region

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3 Feb 2018
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Becoming human (nova, 2011) episode 1, becoming human, first steps . Homo sapiens is the first hominid species ever to be alone (without other homos) W
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MACEWANANTH-101DawsonWinter

ANTH-101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Canine Tooth, Parabolic Arch, Dental Arch

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3 Feb 2018
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Hominins are group together with humans because habitual bipedalism is in both. Mosaic evolution: different traits appear at different points in eoluti
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MACEWANANTH-101DawsonWinter

ANTH-101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Stephen Jay Gould, James Ussher, Catarrhini

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3 Feb 2018
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Dr. birut galdikas observed orangutans by: filming orangutans near sources of food and water, forming close relationships with orphaned orangutans, est
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MACEWANANTH-101DawsonWinter

ANTH-101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Prehensile Tail, Knuckle-Walking, Congo River

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3 Feb 2018
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Siamangs s e n i h r r i s p e r t. Human hunting and destruction of habitat led to extinction of larger lemur species. Eat only animal food such as in
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MACEWANANTH-101DawsonWinter

ANTH-101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Philip Kitcher, Paragenesis, Mendelian Inheritance

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3 Feb 2018
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Both material evidence of change over time and change across space have been. Wallace argued that the similarities between species could be explained i
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