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QUEEN'SPHIL 204Leslie JamiesonFall

PHIL 204 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - David Hume, Empiricism, A. J. Ayer

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QUEEN'SPHIL 111Sergio SismondoFall

PHIL 111- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 29 pages long!)

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Descartes has proven the existence of the core of himself, his mind, but still can doubt the existence of the material world. Q: where is he going to f
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QUEEN'SPHIL 151Mark SmithFall

PHIL 151- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 25 pages long!)

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QUEEN'SPHIL 250David BakhurstWinter

[PHIL 250] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 49 pages long Study Guide!

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The first attempts to refute hume by appealing to our knowledge of the laws of nature. The law in question is, of course, the law of gravity. It follow
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QUEEN'SPHIL 373Paul FairfieldFall

PHIL 373 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Homo Economicus, Martin Heidegger, Jean-Paul Sartre

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Larger picture: influenced by heidegger but not his disciple. Focuses more on nothingness and less on time. Exclusively human beings: phenomenological
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QUEEN'SPHIL 373Paul FairfieldFall

[PHIL 373] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 35 pages long Study Guide!

Emphasis on rurality, law and order, communism. Heidegger was described as intoxicated as if he were drunk. I(cid:374)(cid:448)ol(cid:448)e(cid:373)e(c
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QUEEN'SPHIL 157Mark SmithFall

[PHIL 157] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 39 pages long Study Guide!

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Theisism- god creates and intervenes as it pleases. Monotheism- one powerful, all knowing, all good god ex/ christianity. Agnosticism- belief the exist
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QUEEN'SPHIL 157Mark SmithWinter

PHIL 157 Study Guide - Final Guide: Deep Ecology, Jus Ad Bellum, Proportional Representation

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Use examples: things that have already been asked in previous tests will not be asked again. Other stuff: we are rational beings that can not only choo
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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Jacqueline M DaviesFall

PHIL 115 Study Guide - Final Guide: Idle No More, Media Democracy, Omnibus Bill

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QUEEN'SPHIL 115Jacqueline M DaviesWinter

PHIL 115 Study Guide - Final Guide: Megagon, Myriagon, Gilbert Ryle

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Locke (a realist, empiricist): argues against the doctrine of innate/natural ideas, against descartes he used ockham(cid:859)s azo(cid:396): (cid:862)d
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QUEEN'SPHIL 257Stephen LeightonWinter

PHIL 257 Study Guide - Final Guide: Friedrich Nietzsche, Universal Rule, Psychological Types

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QUEEN'SPHIL 257Stephen LeightonFall

PHIL 257 Study Guide - Final Guide: Selfishness, Lockean Proviso, Psych

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Answer #2: polemarchus justice is giving a man his due. Answer #3: polemarchus justice is to benefit one(cid:495)s friends and harm one(cid:495)s enemi
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