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UTMPHL105Y5Belinda PiercyFall

PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Vegetarianism, United States, Torture

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12 Oct 2018
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You are aware of who you are when you wake up each morning. Even before you see your physical being. Still remember what you"ve done, what you like, th
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UTMPHL105Y5Jennifer NagelFall

PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: False Premise, Deductive Reasoning, Modus Tollens

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5 Oct 2016
63
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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UTMPHL105Y5Charles ReppFall

PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Viktor Frankl, Analytical Psychology, The Principle

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2 Nov 2016
9
Zeno argued that a runner cannot move from one point to another. Thales: he was the first to take a radically new philosophical approach to reality. He
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UTMPHL105Y5Diana RaffmanFall

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

OC5859032 Page
25 Nov 2015
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UTMPHL105Y5Diana RaffmanFall

PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Soundness, Qualia, Slippery Slope

OC5385083 Page
22 Oct 2015
54
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UTMPHL105Y5Philip GoodmanWinter

PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Compatibilism, Causal Closure, Quantum Mechanics

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11 Dec 2013
74
A concept that science and religion do not overlap. Science is directed towards making existential/scientific claims and religion is directed towards f
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UTMPHL105Y5Diana RaffmanSummer

Mid-Term Test Philosophers review

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7 Jan 2011
73
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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UTMPHL105Y5Diana RaffmanSummer

Mid-Term Test Multiple Choice Review i-clicker questions

OC42997 Page
7 Jan 2011
45
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UTMPHL105Y5Diana RaffmanSummer

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

OC42998 Page
7 Jan 2011
48
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UTMPHL105Y5Jennifer NagelWinter

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

OC13883226 Page
2 Apr 2017
0
Inductive vs. deductive arguments, validity, soundness, cogency, strength. Forms of argument: modus ponens, modus tollens, hypothetical syllogism, enum
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UTMPHL105Y5Jennifer NagelFall

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

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29 Nov 2016
24
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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UTMPHL105Y5katWinter

PHL105Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Incompatibilism, Compatibilism, Fatalism

OC4440352 Page
23 Apr 2015
108
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