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UCSDPHIL 10Rick GrushFall

PHIL 10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ad Hominem, Informal Fallacy, Bandwagoning

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Phil 10 textbook notes chapter 5: informal fallacies. Informal fallacies: patterns of reasoning that are sometimes good, sometimes bad. Cognitive biase
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UCSDPHIL 27Amy BergSpring

PHIL 27 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Judith Jarvis Thomson, Fetus

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No distinct line between fetus becoming human (47: fetus is human person well before birth, by the 10th week, fetus has a face, arms, legs, fingers, an
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UCSDPHIL 27Amy BergSpring

PHIL 27 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: J. David Velleman

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Against the right to die: j david velleman. Question: should public policy include rules that caregivers honor a patient"s request to die? (1: believes
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UCSDPHIL 10Rick GrushFall

PHIL 10 Chapter 4: Replacement Rules, Indirect Proof, and Tautologies

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Phil 10 textbook notes chapter 4: replacement rules, indirect proof, and. Inference rules go from one or more statements to one new statement that is i
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UCSDPHIL 10Rick GrushFall

PHIL 10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Counterexample, Truth Function

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Phil 10 textbook notes chapter 2: truth functions and truth tables. Valid argument: all true premises and false conclusion not possible. Truth function
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UCSDPHIL 27Andy LameyWinter

PHIL 27 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wilt Chamberlain, List Of Muppets

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There shouldn"t be a central person or group that controls all the resources and decides how to distribute it. Original acquisition of holdings: proces
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UCSDPHIL 28Andy LameyWinter

PHIL 28 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Methane Emissions, Regenerative Agriculture, Permaculture

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Emphasize building soil nutrients, fertility, function, biomass, and biological communities. Of emissions from coutnries without developed industrial e
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UCSDPHIL 12Kerry Mc KenzieSpring

PHIL 12 Chapter Notes - Chapter PGS 556-566: Scientific Revolution, Empiricism, Andreas Vesalius

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Mmw 13 textbook notes the scientific revolution (pgs 556-566) Math to understand and represent the world. Saw the greek knowledge in other regions. Ren
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UCSDPHIL 12Kerry Mc KenzieSpring

PHIL 12 Chapter 3: Sampling

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Phil 12 textbook notes chapter 3: sampling & chapter 4: random samples. 3. 2 a sample of stars: representative sample: sample that is likely to have cl
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UCSDPHIL 27Andy LameyWinter

PHIL 27 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Lightning

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Equality of resources is equality in resources that are privately owned. Individuals command over public resources forms part of his private resources.
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UCSDPHIL 27Andy LameyWinter

PHIL 27 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reflective Equilibrium

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The main idea of the theory of justice. Each person have a right to the most extensive basic liberty compatible with a similar liberty for others . Cho
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UCSDPHIL 27Andy LameyWinter

PHIL 27 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Melanin, Hemoglobin

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Cline: gradient in measurable genetic character within groups of animals, correlated with gradient in climate/geography of the groups. Correlation betw
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