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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

PHLA10H3 Lecture Notes - Ethical Subjectivism, Deductive Reasoning, Solipsism

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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Some practise problems/exercises

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UTSCMGMC02H3Bill Mc ConkeyFall

Chapter 2 Notes

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UTSCMGMC02H3Bill Mc ConkeyFall

Chapter 4 Notes

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UTSCMGMC02H3Bill Mc ConkeyFall

Chapter 3 Notes

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UTSCMGSC14H3Andrew StarkWinter

All Notes after Midterm

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UTSCMGSC14H3Andrew StarkWinter

All Notes before Midterm

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 whether law will prevent you from doing such activity one day.  not regulated now but could be in the future, then shouldn"t be doing it now. By doi
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Week 11 Notes

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Mental states (belief, desire etc. ) consciousness (feelings, sensations etc. What is described by physics physical states (mass, shape, electric charg
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Week 10 notes

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Is it possible that nature should not be uniform. It seems possible, therefore, pun sis not a priori. Therefore, pun is a posteriori so it must be prov
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Week 9 Notes

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Internal certifiability knowledge is internally certifiable if (1) there is an argument which shows that p must be true and (2) the premises of that ar
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Week 8 Notes

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Sobers example adds depth to one of the principles. One can be justified in believing p, even if p is not certain to be true. Sobers example suggests t
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

PHLA10H3 Lecture Notes - Mutatis Mutandis

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William james version of the wager pragmatism: truth = the useful for most beliefs, evidence matters for some, there is no evidential grip the provide
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Week 6 Notes

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Predictively equivalent- two hypothesis that lead to the same conclusion science cant tell them apart by testing remember the conditions of plausibilit
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Week 5 Notes

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Two hypothesis: a single tree of life, modification by natural selection one tree of life means all living creatures are descended from one original or
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Week 4 Notes

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Lecture week 4 class 1 & tutorial notes. Aquinas everything living or not should be understood as teleological (goal-orientated) Problem: some mindless
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Week 3 Notes

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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Week 2 Notes

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Deductive validity: conclusion cant say anything that wasn"t already contained in the premises, nondeductive arguments are riskier but you gainyou can
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Week 1 Notes

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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Chapter 2 Notes

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External environment everything outside an organizations boundaries that might affect it. Economic environment - conditions of the economic system in w
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Week 1 lecture notes

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Business: an organization that produces or sells goods or services in an effort to make profits. Profit: money that remains (if any) after you subtract
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UTSCMGTA01H3H LaurenceFall

Chapter 1 Notes

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