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RYERSONPHL 187Thomas HartFall

PHL 187 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Late Period Of Ancient Egypt

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Philosophy has always been seeking one perfect premise to end all further questions. Prefect premise must be stable and flexible enough to facilitate t
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PHL 187 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Milesian School, Cosmogony, Theogony

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First observed and articulated by aristotle in analytics. John locke said: god barely made man two-legged so it was up to aristotle to make them ration
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PHL 187 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Polysemy, Chemical Process, Impermanence

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Lived in troubled times - revolutions, natural catastrophes, clashes of cultures, etc. The fall of one marks the rise of another - immortals are mortal
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PHL 187 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Martin Heidegger, Pre-Socratic Philosophy, Doxa

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Heraclitus and parmenides are the central figures in the presocratic world. Foundation of western thought is accomplished through them. Originally reve
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RYERSONPHL 187Thomas HartFall

PHL 187 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: George Kerferd, Logos, Relativism

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Logos and logoi - translated as statements , arguments ; speech . The word actually has a wide variety of meanings besides these few. Confronted with a
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PHL 187 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Atomism, Eleatics, Epicurus

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Phl 187 - ancient greek philosophy: c. w. taylor - the atomists. Atomism - theory that the ultimate constituents of the universe are atoms. Atomism was
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PHL 187 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Robin Waterfield, Milesian School, Anaximander

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Thales, anaximander, and anaximenes - all of miletus. Miletus was a small enough city at the time that these three knew of each other and knew of their
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