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YORKPHIL 2170Xavier ScottWinter

PHIL 2170 Chapter Notes - Chapter Notes: Irresistible Impulse

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27 Apr 2016
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Wilber g. katz: law, psychiatry, and free will. Criticisms: some mental illness do not render one out of control all the time (and in every instance an
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YORKPHIL 2170Xavier ScottWinter

PHIL 2170 Chapter Notes - Chapter Notes from Assigned Moodle Readings (second half of course): False Consciousness, Learned Helplessness, Pessimism

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26 Apr 2016
7
John t. jost: negative illusions: conceptual clarification and psychological evidence. Note: jost"s article is an attempt to unravel the term false con
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YORKPHIL 2170Xavier ScottWinter

PHIL 2170 Chapter Notes - Chapter Notes: Space Bar

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27 Apr 2016
16
Kathleen d. vohs and johnathan w. schooler: the value of believing in free will. This article tries to draw an answer on whether moral behaviour is roo
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YORKPHIL 2170Xavier ScottWinter

PHIL 2170 Chapter Notes - Chapter Notes from Assigned Moodle Readings (second half of course): Linda Hirshman, Political Lesbianism

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26 Apr 2016
15
Claire snyder-hall: third-wave feminism and the defense of choice . Note: article deals with the problem of self-ascribed feminist women who, by choice
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YORKPHIL 2170Xavier ScottWinter

PHIL 2170 Chapter Notes - Chapter Notes from Assigned Moodle Readings (second half of course): Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism

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26 Apr 2016
13
Christian contention: christians do not like existentialism because they think it trivializes the reality and seriousness of human affairs (ignoring go
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YORKPHIL 2170Xavier ScottWinter

PHIL 2170 Chapter Notes - Chapter Notes from Assigned Moodle Readings (second half of course): Mental Disorder, Reductionism, Thoughtcrime

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26 Apr 2016
15
A. duff: choice, character, and criminal liability. Note: the present reading deals with how we are to go about holding someone responsible for crimina
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YORKPHIL 2170Xavier ScottWinter

PHIL 2170 Chapter Notes - Chapter Notes from Assigned Moodle Readings (second half of course): Compatibilism, Somatic Symptom Disorder, Intellectual Disability

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26 Apr 2016
14
Gerben meynen: free will and mental disorder - exploring the relationship. Meynen examines the link from two perspectives : the philosophy of free will
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