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WESTERNPHIL 1130F/GMorgan TaitFall

Philosophy mid-term study notes.docx

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24 Nov 2012
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WESTERNPHIL 1130F/GRobert DiSalleWinter

Philosophy 1130F/G Final: Philosophy Final Review

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16 May 2019
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WESTERNPHIL 1130F/GDisalle Winter

Philosophy 1130F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Lucretius, Jean-Paul Sartre, Liberal Democracy

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5 Jun 2018
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Grading breakdown: 3 essays: 15% each (5 pages, no flowery language, direct as possible, tutorials: 15, final exam: 30% What does philosophy contribute
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WESTERNPHIL 1130F/GDisalle Winter

Philosophy 1130F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Weak Ai, Christian Mortalism, George Boole

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5 Jun 2018
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Explain one ancient argument for the infinity of space. Lucretius believed that space is an infinite void and bodies are composed of atoms moving freel
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WESTERNPHIL 1130F/GPatrick BrownWinter

Philosophy 1130F/G Study Guide - Silenus, Low-Density Lipoprotein, Alcohol Dehydrogenase

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3 Oct 2014
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WESTERNPHIL 1130F/GPatrick BrownWinter

Philosophy 1130F/G Study Guide - Aldehyde Dehydrogenase, Caffeine, Axon Terminal

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3 Oct 2014
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Administration: drug must be administered and absorbed (circulation) drug reaches site of action, exerts effects, then leaves to be metabolized to an i
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WESTERNPHIL 1130F/GPatrick BrownWinter

Philosophy 1130F/G Study Guide - Biological Determinism, Idiocracy, Experimental Psychology

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22 Sep 2014
22
Philosophy review the theory of evolution by natural selection. Prior to darwin, humans thought themselves to be special or unique . Humans were though
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WESTERNPHIL 1130F/GPatrick BrownWinter

Philosophy 1130F/G Study Guide - Simone De Beauvoir, Political Movement, The Second Sex

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22 Sep 2014
23
Feminism- political movement, set of ideas or beliefs. 2 descriptions: normative (how women should be treated) vs. descriptive(ideal) The second sex- s
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WESTERNPHIL 1130F/GPatrick BrownWinter

Philosophy 1130F/G Study Guide - Natural And Legal Rights, Russian Gay Propaganda Law, Jeremy Bentham

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22 Sep 2014
25
Human rights are fundamental and basic, universal and egalitarian, and inalienable. (cannot be taken away) Universal declaration on human rights- adopt
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WESTERNPHIL 1130F/GAlain DucharmeWinter

Descartes Handout.pdf

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15 Apr 2012
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Key aspects: skepticism, method of doubt, the argument from illusion, the dream argument, the evil demon hypothesis, foundationalism in epistemology. T
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WESTERNPHIL 1130F/GAlain DucharmeWinter

Hume Handout.pdf

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15 Apr 2012
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Main aspects of hume"s system: the origins of ideas, impressions, thoughts, hume"s fork, relations of ideas, matters of fact, the relation between caus
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