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MACEWANPHIL-360Mills, SusanFall

PHIL-360 Chapter Notes - Chapter all: Outlast, Epiphenomenalism, Cebes

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4 arguments for the immortality of the soul (main argument); the topic is treated as an apology (cid:894)(cid:396)e(cid:272)all (cid:862)defe(cid:374)s
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PHIL-360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Lucretius, Epicurus, Survivalism

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Feldman chapter 6: the survival of death [89] For people: ttp: if a person dies at a time, then he or she ceases to exist at that time. Difference betw
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PHIL-360 Chapter Notes - Chapter Suits, David: Counterfactual Thinking

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Why death is not bad for the one who dies (david b suits) reading notes. It is certainly not the kind the victim could conceivably complain about, beca
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PHIL-360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: New Approach, Materialism, Legal Personality

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Principle of parsimony: the simplist explanation will do. The immaterial can be experienced (uses the soul as the source of this): ie we witness. Expla
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PHIL-360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Act Utilitarianism

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Can isolate component (1) and replace (2) with alternatives, so the outcomes are judged by different things from quantities of pleasure or pain. Vau-k:
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PHIL-360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8-9: Rational Basis Review, Epicurus, Causality

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Chapter 8: epicurus and the evil of death [127] Death is standardly though of as the worst misfortune that can befall a person, but epicurus argued tha
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PHIL-360 Chapter Notes - Chapter -START-WISNEW.: Spider Riders, Christian Mortalism

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According to williams two conditions must exist for immortality to be good (conditions of desirability 323 but outlined by fischer) If we are to stave
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PHIL-360 Chapter Notes - Chapter Kathy Behrendt: Richard Rorty, Thomas Nagel, Category Mistake

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Interested in fear of non-existence, which is often discussed in terms of fear of one"s own death. Cognitive theories of the emotions have particular t
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PHIL-360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Fetus

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Chapter 12: abortion and the failure to conceive [191] In all three cases, the couple gets away with no adverse consequences for themselves and do not
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PHIL-360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Hyalophora Cecropia, Toyota Electronic Modulated Suspension, Combustibility And Flammability

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The life we"re interested in is the property possessed by all living things. Is the gaia hypothesis (that the earth is alive) right? (no and no, says f
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MACEWANPHIL-360Mills, SusanFall

PHIL-360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Playstation 4, Act Utilitarianism

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Chapter 10: utilitarianism, victimism, and the morality of killing [157] Difference between legally wrong and morally wrong we"re interested in morally
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PHIL-360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Suspended Animation, If And Only If, Brain Death

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The gift of life [56] we need to use life in our definition of death, but because the analysis of life in chapters 2 and 3 was inconclusive, we"ll have
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