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BROCK UWGST 1F90Jenny JankeWinter

All readings and lectures from Jan 9 to Feb 16 and Movie

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BROCK UWGST 1F90Jenny JankeFall

WGST 1F90 Lecture Notes - Double Burden, Feminist Theory, Heteronormativity

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18 May 2012
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God loves hair is required text + exam ques. Review all readings in class to choose topic you can stay with. Don"t limit yourself to material already c
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BROCK UWGST 1F90Jenny JankeFall

WGST 1F90 Lecture Notes - Profit Motive, Precautionary Principle, Externalization

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18 May 2012
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Fi lm: t he sto ry o f stuff & t he sto ry o f co s metics. Synthesize and critically reflect on 3 readings from the course & one of the films or guest
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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

seminars 1-5

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

Excellent exam review of Main Gods

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

Excellent exam study and tips

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

additional info to lecture 3

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

fake essay exercise for seminar

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BROCK UWGST 1F90Jenny JankeFall

transgender perspectives hershel russel lecture

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

quote homework for seminar

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

hymn to hermes

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

ch 1 general characteristics of greek myths

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

reading: honor and boundaries

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

hymn dionysus and bacchae

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

hymn to apollo

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

hymn to aphrodite

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

lecture 1

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

prophecies of apollo

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

pandora and hope

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

ch 3 olympians power honor sexuality

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BROCK UCLAS 1P95Roberto NickelFall

hymn to demeter

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BROCK UWGST 1F90Jenny JankeFall

WGST 1F90 Lecture Notes - Garden River First Nation, Ottawa Citizen, Community Theatre

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Feedback: femi nist cri tiques o f mul ti culturalism lr. Le cture & di scu ssion o n res i dential scho o l s. Fi l m cl i p: muffi ns fo r granny. W
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BROCK UWGST 1F90Jenny JankeFall

WGST 1F90 Lecture Notes - Squaw, Welfare Queen, Model Minority

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Women/people of colour: originated from racial justice activists. Emphasizes common experiences of racism & resistance. Coloured people": originated in
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BROCK UWGST 1F90Jenny JankeFall

Violence against women

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Age nda: anno uncement, le cture sho rt fi lms & di scussion, mi dterm qui z. Incest: 15% of girls & 5% of boys in canada. 1/4 to 1/3 women sexually as
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BROCK UWGST 1F90Jenny JankeFall

WGST 1F90 Lecture Notes - Toronto Star, Multiculturalism In Canada, Credentialism And Educational Inflation

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14 May 2012
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Anno uncement o n gues t lectures o n femi nis t cri ti ques o f i s lam pho bia. In 2006, canada admitted 251,649 permanent residents. 138,257 were ec
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BROCK UWGST 1F90Jenny JankeFall

WGST 1F90 Lecture Notes - Neoliberalism, Hershel Greene

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BROCK UPHIL 1F91David HayesFall

PHIL 1F91 Chapter Notes -Eliminative Materialism, Mental Property, Occasionalism

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Based on first-person perspective, not observable, and therefore private. Substance dualism: the body is a physical substance, located in time and spac
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BROCK UPHIL 1F91David HayesFall

PHIL 1F91 Chapter Notes -Personal Identity

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The problem of personal identity: comprised of several questions about: Sameness: qualitative identity: two things that look the same, numerical identi
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BROCK UPHIL 1F91David HayesFall

PHIL 1F91 Chapter Notes -Direct And Indirect Realism, Empiricism, A Priori And A Posteriori

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19 Apr 2012
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Classical definition of knowledge: three necessary conditions: The major theories of knowledge: skepticism, empiricism, rationalism. We know something
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BROCK UPHIL 1F91David HayesFall

PHIL 1F91 Chapter Notes -Compatibilism, Determinism

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Free will: the ability to make choices about our own lives. Compatibilism: a determined future is compatible with free will. Early defenders of compati
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BROCK UPHIL 1F91David HayesFall

PHIL 1F91 Chapter Notes -Hypothetical Syllogism, Modus Ponens, Disjunctive Syllogism

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19 Apr 2012
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Logical consistency: requires that all claims can be true at the same time. Logical inconsistency creates contradictions, which simultaneously assert a
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BROCK UPHIL 1F91David HayesFall

PHIL 1F91 Lecture Notes - Win-Win Game, Morality Play, Counterfactual History

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19 Apr 2012
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Rousseau and hegel: two of the most controversial and disliked of all european thinkers, also two of the most admired and influential of all european t
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BROCK UPHIL 1F91David HayesWinter

PHIL 1F91 Lecture Notes - Simone Weil, Human Nature, Harm Principle

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In the past two or three centuries debates about human nature have become entangled with debates about morality and ideology. Individuals and collectiv
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BROCK UPHIL 1F91David HayesFall

Somerville, Wilson and Descartes

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The most important course you will ever do. Is there such a thing as human nature: 2. = do we have free will or are we like dominoes, chess pieces or d
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BROCK UPHIL 1F91David HayesFall

Aristotle & Searle

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T he pro b le m: [1 ] t he re are go o d re aso ns fo r b e le i vi ng t hat. E ve ry t hi ng t hat happe ns o ccu rs fo r a re aso n o r cau se . [2 ]
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BROCK UPHIL 1F91David HayesFall

Rochfoucauld, Rochester, Augustine, & Aquinas

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Two good examples of pessimists: francois de la rochfoucauld, earl of rochester, they are definitely expressing cynical views of human nature and not h
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BROCK UPHIL 1F91David HayesFall

Butler, Locke & Kant

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The virtuous circle: agriculture, disease control, transportation and communication more and better food, longer lives, fewer deaths in infancy, quicke
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BROCK UPHIL 1F91David HayesFall

Macheville, Hobbes, Johnson, Condorcet, & Humboldt

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19 Apr 2012
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3 of the most contentious terms in the english language. They emerge in the period from the [italian] renaissance to the french revolution. That is why
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BROCK UPSYC 1F90Kathryn BelickiWinter

Lecture 2

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Model of relationships in middle and older adulthood: attachment theory. Can be assessed in a number of ways later in life. Attempts to assess an adult
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BROCK UPSYC 1F90Kathryn BelickiWinter

Lecture 1

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Parent-child relations in infancy and early childhood since the 60s/70s, quality of parent-child relationship is understood to be dependent on child ch
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