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PHIL 1050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cultural Relativism, Morality

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PHIL 1050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Human Cloning, Robert Latimer, Conjoined Twins

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Chapter 3 Philosophy Summary Notes

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Chapter 3: ideas combinations & the mathematics of thoughts. From 15th-17th century rhetoric, the study of persuasive speech was practiced. Aristotle h
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PHIL 1050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité, Jeremy Bentham, French Revolution

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Times changing, new ideas about liberty, equality, fraternity. New ideas about ethics emerging as well. Friend loved him and trying to end suffering, a
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Pg. 35-47 Chapter Notes

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Ancient astronomy was most developed subject in the physical sciences. Ancient astronomy was based on naked-eye observations of the positions of the st
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PHIL 1050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Categorical Imperative, Jeremy Bentham

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Kant: though humans occupy a special place in creation. Humans traditionally thought themselves to be quite fabulous. Kant: human beings have an intrin
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PHIL 1050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Elizabeth Anscombe, Peter Geach

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Truman was the man who decided to drop the atomic bombs on hiroshima and nagasaki. President roosevelt sent messages to the governments of france, germ
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PHIL 1050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: John Stuart Mill, Henry Sidgwick, Jeremy Bentham

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Classical utilitarianism can be summed up in three propositions: 1) the morality of an action depends solely on the consequences of the action; nothing
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PHIL 1050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Montgomery Bus Boycott, African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954–1968), Indian Independence Movement

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PHIL 1050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: American Civil Liberties Union, Divine Command Theory, Burj Khalifa

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4. 1. the presumed connection between morality and religion: 1995 american civil liberties union (aclu) sued judge roy moore of. Gadsden, alabama for d
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PHIL 1050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ethical Subjectivism

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Saying nazis killings evil = we have negative feelings about the killings. Some ppl homosexual, some not, neither good nor bad. Someone says homosexual
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PHIL 1050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cultural Relativism, Morality, In Re Kasinga

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Darius ancient king of persia intrigued by the cultures met during his travels. Findings: callatians (india) ate the bodies of their dead fathers. Gree
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