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Philosophy Test 2 Notes

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Philosophy 2020Thursday October 10 2013KantAncient philosophy is separated into three parts physics ethics and logicThe logical and the formal are retained regardless of whether or not you have performanceYou need it before there is anything at allYou need to have conditions before you have what depends on those conditionsWhen it comes to the objective ex pigs tables graham crackers they have laws that arent always completely logicalThey take part in empirical experienceThey dont have true and falseThese are things that are covered in real experienceBoth natural and moral philosophy have experience in the worldMaterial includes physics and ethicsThis includes empirical objective and after experienceFormal includes logicUnder logic is spectative formal and before experienceAfter experience we have laws of nature or physical and laws of freedom or ethics and moralsBefore experience is pure reasonMetaphysics goes under the material categoryHe uses morals to describe the laws of moralityHe only pays attention to the laws of moralityHe doesnt necessarily care about the objects that embody these laws of moralityHe wants things that encompass all of morality not just specific culturesWhat are qualified goodsThese are things that are conditionally good Ex intelligence whit judgment healthThey are good with conditionThey depend on good will for their goodnessHe says that the real purpose of reason is to produce a good willIt isnt good for any object but simply goodness in itselfIf nature has any purpose it is to put reason into usWhen we look at reason it will look and function independently from conditionsSometimes it even functions at odds with the worldTuesday October 15 2013The four caseso1 Actions which are contrary to dutyo2 Accord with duty no immediate inclination but mediate inclinationo3 Accord with duty with immediate inclinationo4 Accord with duty contrary to immediate inclinationPropositions of moralityo1 An action must be done from duty if it is to have moral worth
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