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UOTTAWAPHI 1370Ken FergusonSummer

PHI 1370 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Informed Consent, Rule Utilitarianism, Act Utilitarianism

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UOTTAWAPHI 2397Hilliard AronovitchFall

PHI 2397 Chapter Notes -Emotivism, The Communist Manifesto, Industrial Revolution

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Aristotle coined this term in the 3rd bc. Ethics can mean a lot of different things depending on what theory we are discussing. Is the right thing to d
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Royal Dutch Football Association, California State Route 1, Modus Ponens

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UOTTAWAPHI 1370Ken FergusonSummer

PHI 1370 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Profit Margin, Endangerment, North Sea Oil

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The rich have the ability to instantly go anywhere they want for treatment while the poor do not. If more people (despite their financial background) a
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UOTTAWAPHI 2797Noureddine MouelhiFall

PHI 2797 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1,2,8: Dagr, Le Devoir, Vise

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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: John Travolta, Liability Insurance, Zicam

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Arriving at a general statement or rule by citing too few supporting cases. Example: the food in l. a. is lousy, judging from this meal. The claim is t
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Syllogism

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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Wishful Thinking, Rhetorical Device, Ignoratio Elenchi

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Fallacy: a mistake in reasoning, an argument that doesn"t really support or prove the contention it is supposed to support or prove. Example: you tell
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Begging, Ad Hominem, False Dilemma

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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Hyperbole, Euphemism, Demagogue

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The power to express various psychological and emotional responses. The elderly gentleman. and the old hag . Both have the same meaning, but different
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Sascha MaicherFall

PHI 1101 Chapter Notes -Pathos, Relativism, F 17 Kallinge

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UOTTAWAPHI 2396Iain Mc KennaFall

PHI 2396 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Fetus, Human Reproduction, Sentience

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Chapter one (part one) sagan & singer. Human embryo has moral standing because it has the potential to develop into an adult. Because most human embryo
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