Philosophy Exam #2
#1. "All" - universal qualifier #2. "some" - the particular or extitential qualifier #3. The negation of All A are B - It is false that some A are not B #4. The negation of: Not all A are B - Som...
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#1. How does Weston define an argument? - Reasons or evidence in support of a conclusion #2. Supposing there are only three frogs in existence, how many non-green frogs would falsify the ...
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#1. When is an argument valid? - Structure is reliable #2. When is an argument sound? - Structure is reliable and premises and conclusions are true #3. If the premises of a valid deducti...
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#1. Descartes Existence Of Matter - I have proven that God exist and is perfect. I cannot doubt that I have passive perceptions that seem to come from physical objects. Either my passive percepti...
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Review for Philosophy Final
#1. epistemology - branch of philosophy that studies the question, what is knowledge? #2. Skepticism - the belief that we can have no true knowledge concerning the world. #3. Empiricism - the belie...
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Types of Philosophy
Epistemology- study of knowledge..How do I KNOW???... Metaphysics-Study of what exists...God, souls, pain Values-good/bad, ugly/beautiful Logic-study of correct thinking
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Phil312 - Business Ethics
Exam 3 Final exam will consists of 35 questions from this set, 10 from the second set, and 5 from the first set.
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Philosophy - Descartes, Meditations for PHIL 130 Loyola
PHIL 130 Loyola University Dr. Jacobs
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What Is Free Will?
#1. In the context of the free will debate, libertarians argue: that large government impedes the exercise of freedom that choices are free when they could have been otherwise that choices ar...
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PH105 Final Exam
#1. If the problem of evil has no solution, then which of the following positions is most reasonable: Fideism Atheism Agnosticism None of the other options is correct - Agnostic...
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PHIL 1301: Introduction to Philosophy
Mid-term study guide.
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