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UTSGJGE321H1Christian AbizaidWinter

JGE321H1 Study Guide - Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Common-Pool Resource, Social Capital

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25 Apr 2013
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Connections between people (society) and their environment (nature) example of cormorant fishing (training birds to fish for humans in china and japan)
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UTSGPHL376H1T.J.BerryWinter

PHL376H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Competition, Opportunity Cost, Intramural Sports

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22 Apr 2013
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The corruption thesis: the commercialization of sport corrupts sport because market values conflict with the internal values of sport. External goods g
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UTSGPHL240H1Jim JohnWinter

Final Examination Study Sheet (short answers only) revised.docx

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18 Apr 2013
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The first part will feature five short answer questions. The second part will feature three essay questions. You will have to choose two of the three,
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UTSGPHL240H1Jim JohnWinter

PHL240H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Multiple Realizability, Turing Machine, Continuous Memory

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16 Apr 2013
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The first part will feature five short answer questions. The second part will feature three essay questions. You will have to choose two of the three,
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UTSGPHL376H1T.J.BerryWinter

PHL376H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Divine Command Theory, Gamesmanship, Virtue Ethics

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28 Feb 2013
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January 18, 2013 (from last class) sport as competitive physical play: rule governed and mutually agreed, and not necessary for survival or productive
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UTSGPHL365H1Lloyd GersonFall

PHL365H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chris Narveson, Communitarianism, Moral Agency

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28 Feb 2013
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Compare different kinds of views and provide examples from. Whole course focused on what is justice? . We have a basic elementary framework where we de
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UTSGPHL383H1Thomas MathienWinter

PHL383H1 Lecture Notes - Mental Disorder, John Searle, Agoraphobia

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28 Feb 2013
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UTSGPHL383H1Thomas MathienWinter

PHL383H1 Lecture Notes - Virtue Ethics, Good Music, Habituation

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28 Feb 2013
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Virtues must be independent of the actions that express them. In the case of human virtues, they are associated with some kinds of reasons for actions.
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UTSGPHL383H1Thomas MathienWinter

PHL383H1 Lecture Notes - Delusional Disorder, Karl Jaspers, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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28 Feb 2013
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Delusion and personhood as themes of graham"s last 2 chapters. The nature of a mental disorder"s disadvantage for us is that it affects/truncates our r
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UTSGPHL383H1Thomas MathienWinter

PHL383H1 Lecture Notes - Intimate Exchanges

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28 Feb 2013
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February 25, 2013 - virtues for psychiatrists continued. Radden and sadler, you can never get a completely clear case down on paper. Next papers need t
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UTSGPHL240H1Jim JohnWinter

PHL240H1 Lecture Notes - Thought Experiment, John Locke, Personal Identity

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28 Feb 2013
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Nagel non science fictional version of a thought experiment. Data about the human brain brain divided into 2 cerebral hemispheres (left and right), con
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UTSGPHL240H1Jim JohnWinter

PHL240H1 Lecture Notes - Reductio Ad Absurdum, Transitive Relation, Personal Identity

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28 Feb 2013
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Argument summary example from page 109. Derived contradiction from initial assumption (reductio ad absurdum) Soul for locke just means thinking substan
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UTSGPHL295H1Joseph HeathFall

PHL295H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Transaction Cost, Invisible Hand, Stakeholder Management

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14 Dec 2012
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Phl295 final exam study notes: gauthier claims that market outcomes are neither right nor wrong . In a market we are on our own and naturally produce t
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UTSGPHL382H1Jonathan BreslinFall

PHL382 Final Exam notes.docx

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10 Dec 2012
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Death as an event vs. a process. Process definition, though intuitive is problematic because we could then being considering people dead even when they
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UTSGPHL232H1Imogen DickieFall

Midterm Study Notes

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UTSGPHL200Y1Jennifer WhitingWinter

January-April Lecture Study Notes for Final Exam

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21 Apr 2011
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Phl200 january-april final exam notes: parmenides: the all is one, plato"s self critic of his theory of forms with parmenides and zeno, plato is subjec
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UTSGPHL200Y1Jennifer WhitingFall

Midterm Exam Study Notes

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5 Apr 2011
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In fact, by unjustly putting him to death they are only hurting their own states of soul. First known teachers because they charged a fee (however this
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UTSGPHL200Y1Jennifer WhitingFall

Plato In Class Essay Question Answers

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5 Apr 2011
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P hl200 in-class essay exam on dec 2 nd 5 possible questions, be prepared to answer all of them: socrates is searching for the definition of virtue: in
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UTSGPHL200Y1Jennifer WhitingWinter

Aristotle In Class Essay Question Answers

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5 Apr 2011
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Plato"s theory of forms asserts that the non-material abstract form (or idea), and not the material world known to us through sensation, possess the hi
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UTSGPHL271H1moreuaWinter

In-Class Test 1 study notes

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5 Apr 2011
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Legal positivism claims that there is a crucial distinction between laws and morals: a rule can violate morals but can still be law (ex. There can also
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