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TRENTPHIL 2390HCan'trememberWinter

PHIL 2390H Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Informed Consent, Ethics, Medicine

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Morality: morality is the system of rules which, when followed, cause individuals to act in predictable, co-operative ways that minimize conflict betwe
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TRENTPHIL 2790HMichael WalschotsFall

PHIL 2790H Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Baltimore Stars, Ontology, Reading F.C.

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The greek philosophers and the church fathers have already carefully distinguished between things perceived and things known. It is entirely evident th
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TRENTPHIL 2150Kyle JohannsenSpring

PHIL 2150- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 40 pages long!)

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Jan 9 and 11: introduction to the course; the concept of law i. What can you be legitimately forced to do: connection between law and liberty. Conceptu
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TRENTPHIL 2010HKathryn NorlockWinter

PHIL 2010H- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)

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Descriptive point something that can be proved as either true or false: a statement of empirical or logical claim of fact, can be true or false, can be
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TRENTPHIL 1200HHowes MoiraWinter

PHIL 1200H- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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Review and overview: last day we introduced our first batch of fallacies, most of which were from chapter 5, but two of which, misuse of a vague expres
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TRENTPHIL 2410Michael HicksonFall

PHIL 2410- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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We engage in reasoning when we offer arguments. We engage in good reasoning when we offer good arguments. Argument has two very different meanings in e
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TRENTPHIL 1000HMc DermidWinter

PHIL 1000H- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 50 pages long!)

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Lecture 1 january 10, 2017 (cid:862)apolog(cid:455)(cid:863) (cid:862)reaso(cid:374) defe(cid:374)se(cid:863) (cid:894)start readi(cid:374)g, for first
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TRENTPHIL 1100HNorlock KathrynWinter

[PHIL 1100H] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (36 pages long)

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Compare with next week"s aristotle reading: note that rand"s egoistic individual is different from aristotle"s individual, both sorts of selves are arg
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TRENTPHIL 1000HDouglas Mc DermidFall

[PHIL 1000H] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (82 pages long!)

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We would never become fully conscious if we never became fully human . Greek philosophy is in the hands of socrates. It ends with aparia meaning it is
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TRENTPHIL 3370Patrick BondySummer

[PHIL 3370] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (24 pages long!)

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People think we should apply regular morals to the cyber world: this is an applied ethical approach. Ideas are drawn from moral ideas and axioms. An al
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TRENTPHIL 1000HMc DermidFall

PHIL 1000H Study Guide - Final Guide: Socratic Questioning, Simone Weil, Socratic Method

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Philosophy lecture 1: epistemology and metaphysics emphasis for this class, epistemology the study of knowledge and how we know what we know. What is t
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TRENTPHIL 1000HDouglas Mc DermidFall

PHIL 1000H Final: exam prep (dec. 1)

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Be able to distinguish the various philosophers and comment on contributions. Compare and contrast different theorists and their philosophies. This is
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