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MARISTPHIL 101Professor BergerFall

PHIL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Panentheism, Immanence, Deism

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MARISTPHIL 101Professor BergerFall

PHIL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Uncertainty Principle, Positive Liberty, Jean-Paul Sartre

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Freedom and the good life: political freedom the right to make independent choices and the practical ability to act on them independent of pressure by
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MARISTPHIL 101Professor BergerFall

PHIL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: John Dewey, Behaviorism, Eliminative Materialism

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The essential self the set of characteristics that defines a particular person: (cid:862)what is (cid:373)(cid:455) (cid:396)eal, esse(cid:374)tial sel
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MARISTPHIL 101Professor BergerFall

PHIL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Blaise Pascal, Gie, Fairy

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Problem of evil: begins with the main ingredient in most of our conceptions of god: god is good, there is evil in the world, so the argument goes. Deni
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MARISTPHIL 101Professor BergerFall

PHIL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Deductive Reasoning, Inductive Reasoning, Reductio Ad Absurdum

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MARISTPHIL 101Professor BergerFall

PHIL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 145-160: Edmund Gettier, Theism, Baruch Spinoza

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These questions are the basis of the discipline called epistemology the theory of knowledge: two types of truth. Or factual, truths are true as a matte
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MARISTPHIL 101Professor BergerFall

PHIL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 161-181: Rationality, Relativism, Episteme

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There is an external world existing independently of us. Each person is in direct contact only with the contents of that perso(cid:374)"s o(cid:449)(ci
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MARISTPHIL 101Professor BergerFall

PHIL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Mental Substance, Immanuel Kant, Animism

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Reality the ultimate nature of the world. What is most real: ontology the study of what is real and the effort to establish a hierarchy of levels of re
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MARISTPHIL 101Professor BergerFall

PHIL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter Introduction: A Priori And A Posteriori, Empirical Evidence, Critical Thinking

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Georg wilhlm friedrich hegel wrote the book the phenomenology of spirit. People back then had a vision of themselves and the future that allowed them t
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MARISTPHIL 101Professor BergerFall

PHIL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ho People, French Revolution, Utopia

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What is the meaning of the meaning in this question: the meaning of each of our lives is whatever our individual lives refer to, everyone has a differe
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