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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Essay Notes

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Compare their advantages and disadvantages in the search for knowledge. Explain how these arguments work and consider their strengths and weaknesses. A
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Review #11

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In logical behaviorism the meaning of psychological statements are their verification conditions, which consist of performed overt behavior. Environmen
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

PHLA10H3 Study Guide - Abductive Reasoning, Solipsism, Inductive Reasoning

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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Review #8

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Internal certifiability means that if s knows some proposition p, then there exists an argument that shows that p must be true, whose premises are eith
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Review #7

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Objects of knowledge that are highly linked to others tend to be placed towards the center of the web. On the other hand, statements that are next to t
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Review #6

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The differences between prudential and evidential reasons for belief are argument from design might be a very weak inductive argument because the sampl
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Review #5

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The idea of perfect and imperfect adaptation has to do with evidence that shows whether or not life is related. Principle of common cause states the be
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Review #4

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An argument from analogy has the following logical form; where a is the analog, t is the target, and n is the degree of similarity between a and t. the
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Review #3

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Phl a10 - exercise iii: here"s a little logical puzzle: you are in a strange land where everyone is either a knight or a knave. Knights always tell the
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Review #1

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If you want to say what philosophy is, why isn"t it enough to give a list of examples of philosophical. Simply giving examples is not enough to justify
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

Glossary of Terms

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Abduction - a form of nondeductive inference, also known as inference to the best explanation. Principle and the only game in town fallacy are relevant
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UTSCMGHD27H3GroverSummer

Glossary of Terms

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A conflict management style in which one cooperates with the other party, while not asserting one"s own interests. A technique for improving the accura
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UTSCPSYA02H3FornierSummer

Ch 13

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Motivation a general term for a group of phenomena that affect the nature, strength, or persistence of an individual"s behaviour. Pleasant/unpleasant 
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UTSCPSYA02H3FornierSummer

Ch 11

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Intelligence the general term used to refer to a person"s ability to learn and remember information, to recognize concepts and their relations, and to
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UTSCPSYA02H3FornierSummer

Ch 10

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UTSCMGHD27H3GroverSummer

Ch 7,8,9,10,13

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A group consists of two or more people interacting interdependently to achieve a common goal. Interaction is the most basic aspect of a group as it sug
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UTSCMGEC71H3Jack ParkinsonFall

Terminology

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American option an option that can be exercised at any time up to the expiration date of the contract. anchor currency a currency to which other countr
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UTSCMGHD27H3GroverSummer

Appendix Notes

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Researches begin with a question hypothesis: a formal statement of the expected relationship between two variables. Variables: measures that can take o
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UTSCMGHD27H3GroverSummer

Summary of Terms

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UTSCMGHD27H3GroverSummer

MGHD27H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Highscope

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Money as a motivator capture extrinsic motivation. Pay is a motivator: expectancy theory -> if pay satisfy a variety of needs then it should have high
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UTSCMGHD27H3GroverSummer

Chapter 5 Notes

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Motivation: the extent to which persistent effort is directed toward a goal.  effort: strength of one"s work related behaviour; how much they put in.
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UTSCMGHD27H3GroverSummer

MGHD27H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Emo

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 important effect situation has is add info about the target. Social identity theory people tend to form perceptions of themselves and others based on
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UTSCMGHD27H3GroverSummer

MGHD27H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Extraversion And Introversion, Conscientiousness, Reinforcement

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Interactionist approach (interactionism): ob is a function of dispositions and situation both approaches important  person-situation debate. Weak situ
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UTSCMGHD27H3GroverSummer

Chapter 1 Notes

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Organizations: social inventions for accomplishing common goals through group effort. Social inventions essential characteristic is the coordinated pre
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UTSCMGAD10H3Jackson/ YienSummer

Review Question Solutions

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An audit is a process conducted to look for correspondence between a representation or statement and support for the representation or statement. A fin
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UTSCMGSC30H3Professor RybakWinter

MGSC30H3 Chapter Notes -Punitive Damages

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Businesses must be aware of how, when, and to what degree they will be liable for unintentional acts, and the extent that they may recover for acts don
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UTSCMGSC30H3Professor RybakWinter

Ch12 Notes

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With its continuing interest in going public, cm 2 is concerned about its level of reported earnings. In particular, conner and martin have expressed c
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UTSCVPMC88H3Ken Mc LeodFall

Music Terms

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Pitch high = rapid frequency/ low = slow frequency. Dynamics amplitude of sound vibrations loudness/softness of sound. Tone color/timbre quality of sou
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UTSCVPMC88H3Ken Mc LeodFall

Tutorial Notes

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Tutorial: kiera. galway@utoronto. ca: music sound used to express emotion, sound, 3 properties of sound. Tutorial october 1, 2008 (listening to music)
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UTSCMGTA02H3H LaurenceSummer

Summary of Terms CH 16-20

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Consumer packaging and labelling act: a federal law that provides comprehensive rules for packaging and labelling of consumer products. Chapter 18 mone
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UTSCMGTA02H3H LaurenceWinter

Summary of Terms CH 11-16 (2)

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UTSCMGTA02H3H LaurenceWinter

Summary of Terms CH 11-16

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UTSCMGTA02H3H LaurenceWinter

About Balance Sheets

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You have a balance sheet, and you have some transactions that will change it. Since you have sold it, you no longer have it, and you must reduce the in
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UTSCMGTA01H3H LaurenceFall

Summary of Terms CH 4,6,7,8,10

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Imports products that are made or grown abroad and sold in canada. Exports products made or grown in canada that are sold abroad. General agreement on
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