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UTSGPHL206H1Deborah BlackWinter

phl206h-m12.pdf

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UTSGPHL206H1Deborah BlackWinter

PHL206H1 Lecture Notes - Averroes

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In medieval philosophy: god as first mover only (no creation): god can in no sense be said to create the world or matter; rather, the world and god are
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UTSGPHL206H1Deborah BlackWinter

PHL206H1 Lecture Notes - Liber De Causis, On The Soul, Dialectic

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Text 1: whether the custom of hearing falsehoods makes one believe them: it seems that it does not, because in bk. Therefore, etc: again, custom cannot
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UTSGPHL206H1Deborah BlackWinter

phl206h-m10.pdf

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UTSGPHL206H1Deborah BlackWinter

PHL206H1 Lecture Notes - Summa Theologica, Medieval Philosophy

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Length: 2-3 pages in 12-point font (about 750 words). Please double space and leave ample margins (at least 1 inch). There is no penalty if your essay
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UTSGPHL206H1Deborah BlackWinter

phl206h-m11.pdf

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UTSGPHL281H1Donald AinslieFall

PHL281H1 Lecture Notes - Fax, Rationality, James Rachels

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Tutorial leaders: renata axler, jason deroche, eric mathison, ljiljana stanic. Written more than 2300 years ago, the hippocratic oath is often cited as
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UTSGPHL246H1Franz HuberFall

[reading]Carl Gustav Hempel - Studies in the Logic of Confirmation I.pdf

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UTSGPHL246H1Franz HuberFall

PHL246H1 Lecture Notes - Logical Consequence

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The swan-hypothesis h is a universal if-then sentence and says that all swans are white. H is logically equivalent to the universal if-then sentence h"
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UTSGPHL246H1Franz HuberFall

PHL246H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Empty Set, Pseudoscience, Kathleen Wynne

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Answer the following 10 questions in as short a way as possible. We will ignore the 2 answers with the lowest score so that the maximum score is 100% p
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UTSGPHL246H1Franz HuberFall

PHL246H1 Lecture Notes - T Helper Cell

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Pr(a is not white|b) < pr(a is a swan|b). Suppose further that, given your background assumptions b, your degree of belief that all swans are white is
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UTSGPHL246H1Franz HuberFall

Homework assignment 3.pdf

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UTSGPHL246H1Franz HuberFall

Homework assignments 5 and 6(3).pdf

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A probability space is a triple (w, a, pr) consisting of an arbitrary non-empty set of worlds or possibilities. W, an algebra a of propositions over w,
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UTSGPHL246H1Franz HuberFall

PHL246H1 Lecture Notes - Rudolf Carnap

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Consider two objects, viz. today and tomorrow, and one property they can have, viz. whether or not the sun rises on them. In carnap"s terminology these
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UTSGPHL246H1Franz HuberFall

PHL246H1 Lecture Notes - Collectively Exhaustive Events, Empty Set

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The symbol p" denotes the union of all members of p. if b, c, d, are all the members of p, then p = B c d formally it is defined as: p = {x: x s for so
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UTSGPHL246H1Franz HuberFall

PHL246H1 Study Guide - Logical Consequence

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The swan-hypothesis h is a universal if-then sentence and says that all swans are white. H is logically equivalent to the universal if-then sentence h"
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UTSGPHL246H1Franz HuberFall

PHL246H1 Lecture Notes - Kathleen Wynne, Empty Set, Bracket

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Intuitively, a set is a collection of objects (things, entities). For instance, the set t of people teaching this course is the collection of objects (
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UTSGPHL246H1Franz HuberFall

PHL246H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Logical Consequence, Validity, Circular Reasoning

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UTSGPHL245H1Niko ScharerWinter

Logic Unit 3 Part 1.pdf

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A derivation is a proof or demonstration that shows how a sentence or sentences can be derived (obtained by making valid inferences) from a set of sent
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UTSGPHL245H1Niko ScharerWinter

PHL245H1 Chapter Notes -Bloor Street

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O. i. s. e. , 252 bloor street w. (mini tutorial, q & a, support for logic 2010, etc. ) Regular drop-in logic help sessions begin week 3. The course te
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UTSGPHL245H1Niko ScharerWinter

PHL245H1 Chapter Notes -Nicomachean Ethics, Presupposition, The Conscious Mind

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Sentential logic (sl): a branch of logic in which sentences or propositions are used as the basic units. It is also called propositional logic or propo
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UTSGPHL245H1Niko ScharerWinter

PHL245H1 Chapter Notes -Dark Chocolate, Formal Methods, Kurt Cobain

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The study & evaluation of reasoning & argument. An argument probably seems logical if it look likes the conclusion must be true, based on what you are
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