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UTMPHL145H5Amy MullinFall

PHL145H5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Socrates, Categorical Imperative, Plato

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UTMPHL210Y5Marleen RozemondFall

PHL210Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 32 pages long!)

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Time periods: ancient philo 5th century bce - 476 (fall of rome) end of roman empire, medieval. 476 - +- 1453 fall of constantinople - now it is istanb
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UTMPHL277Y5Philip ClarkFall

PHL277Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)

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I talked about an idea that comes naturally to people these days, but that none of our authors shares. The idea is that truths about what is right and
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UTMPHL210Y5Marleen RozemondFall

[PHL210Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (32 pages long)

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Lecture 2 (locke - issue on innate ideas) Audio recording started: 11:06 pm january 5, 2017. Idea = mental representation ( e. g. , idea of flamingo, c
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UTMPHL145H5Kevin KuhlFall

[PHL145H5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (24 pages long!)

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Logic is the study, and the evaluation of reasoning and argument. Logic focusses on the products of these mental processes. Logic has 3 aims that will
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UTMPHL105Y5Jennifer NagelFall

[PHL105Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (22 pages long!)

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We can talk about the general form of those patterns (even before we evaluate the content of the statements themselves) In well-formed arguments, the t
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UTMPHL244H5Julie AllenFall

[PHL244H5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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Virtue is one thing called by several names and it is composed of parts; like parts of a face, like parts of gold. What it is to be good, is to be plea
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UTMPHL247H5Amy MullinFall

PHL247H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Logical Reasoning, Deductive Reasoning, Netflix

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Inference - the process that involves reasoning from premises to conclusions. Premises to lead to a conclusion(which is an assumption) for eg. 1. amy h
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UTMPHL145H5Amy MullinFall

PHL145H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Personal Identity, Fetus, Principle Of Double Effect

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UTMPHL277Y5Philip ClarkFall

PHL277Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: James Rachels, Ressentiment, Friedrich Nietzsche

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Here are some questions of the sort that might appear on the final exam. I will not simply choose questions from this list. There will be twenty questi
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UTMPHL145H5Amy MullinWinter

PHL145H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tylenol (Brand), Scientific Method, Summary Offence

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Premises: statements that can be true or false. Inference: reasoning from premises to conclusions (a to b, a supports b by) Interpretive skills: being
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UTMPHL105Y5Jennifer NagelWinter

PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gary Watson, Personal Identity, Daniel Dennett

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Inductive vs. deductive arguments, validity, soundness, cogency, strength. Forms of argument: modus ponens, modus tollens, hypothetical syllogism, enum
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