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PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Fallacy, Circular Reasoning, Begging

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25 Nov 2015
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PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Soundness, Qualia, Slippery Slope

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22 Oct 2015
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Mid-Term Test Philosophers review

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7 Jan 2011
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P hl 105y m idterm test review philosophers and their philosophy. The person who has said to himself there is no god, is able to understand the concept
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Mid-Term Test Multiple Choice Review i-clicker questions

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7 Jan 2011
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PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hexis, Practical Reason, Begging The Question

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7 Jan 2011
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Exam questions and outlined answers

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5 Apr 2011
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Ident i f y and explai n four differ e n t challe nges for. Cultural relativism: no universal ethical code; depends on one"s own culture. Relativism :
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PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Descriptive Knowledge, Ontological Argument

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6 Jan 2011
145
The answers are from my notes but i don"t really have answer for all the questions. Orange highlights: correspondence theory of truth claims that a bel
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PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Tyrant, Deductive Reasoning, Everytime

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6 Jan 2011
139
It is the claim how to know something. I know my friend john very well knowledge by acquaintance, requires more than a description, direct contact, som
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PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Natural Evil, Protestantism, Probability Theory

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6 Jan 2011
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Summary #4: Plato(Glaucon's Challenge)

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5 Oct 2010
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In the passage, two characters, plato"s teacher socrates, and plato"s brother glaucon, are engaged in a conversation about the nature and value of just
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Summary #3: Renes Descartes Meditation 1 and 2

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5 Oct 2010
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Skepticism: this is anyone who challenges our beliefs.  if the belief isn"t certain and have reasons to doubt then you should reject your belief.  it
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Summary #2: Richard Taylor, William Paley, John Hick

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5 Oct 2010
35
Richard taylor (the cosmological argument): he was an american philosopher, he believes that there must be a reason for the existence of everything in
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