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UWPHIL202Shannon DeaFall

[PHIL 202] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (36 pages long)

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Day 3-5 filling first plants and animals, then humanity: no names except for god. More like a narrative, describing the world. There were no plants unt
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UWPHIL110AJacqueline FekeFall

[PHIL 110A] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (34 pages long!)

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UWPHIL215Blake FreierFall

PHIL215 Study Guide - Final Guide: Whistleblower, Consequentialism, Categorical Imperative

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Everyone has 2. 5 hours to complete the exam. You are not allowed to bring your book, notes, or any other study aid with you into the exam. Section 1 -
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UWPHIL110BOnlineWinter

PHIL110B Study Guide - Final Guide: Virtue Ethics, Deontological Ethics, Universalizability

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Normative premise: one should not break ones agreements. Factual premise: escaping punishment would involve breaking an agreement if one remains in a s
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UWPHIL215forgetthenameWinter

PHIL215 Study Guide - Final Guide: Financial Statement, Moral Hazard

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UWPHIL110AJacqueline FekeFall

PHIL110A Study Guide - Final Guide: Thomas Nagel, Thought Experiment, Reductionism

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Gilbert ryle (born in brighton, england in 1900) was interested in logic and both classic and contemporary philosophy. He was appointed to the waynflet
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UWPHIL110AJacqueline FekeFall

PHIL110A Study Guide - Final Guide: Paradigm Shift, Popular Science, Thomas Kuhn

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The philosophy of science explores the epistemology and metaphysics of science. David hume is an empiricist (believing knowledge derives from experienc
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UWPHIL110AJacqueline FekeFall

PHIL110A Study Guide - Final Guide: Tabula Rasa, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Transcendental Philosophy

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Rene descartes (born in 1596 in france) was inspired to be a philosopher in 1619 when he had three dreams and then wrote his meditations where he adjud
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UWPHIL110AJacqueline FekeFall

PHIL110A Study Guide - Final Guide: Allocution, Blaise Pascal, Polymath

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What arguments support and oppose the claim that. Not weather a thing is true, but weather we require experience to make the claim . A priori ( from th
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UWPHIL 250AAndrew StumpfFall

PHIL 250A Study Guide - Final Guide: Socratic Dialogue, Medieval Philosophy, Cebes

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UWPHIL 250AAndrew StumpfFall

PHIL 250A Study Guide - Final Guide: Syncategorematic Term, Spoken Language, Nominalism

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Part a: paragraph answers on 7 of 10 topics. The universal thing is not a thing outside the mind. In chapter 14 of the first part of the summa logicae,
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UWPHIL 250AAndrew StumpfFall

PHIL 250A Study Guide - Final Guide: Plotinus, Enneads, Thirty-Nine Articles

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