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Spring 2014 Course Descriptions Introduction to Philosophy 10100 01 (22208)Spring 2014 Course Descriptions Introduction to Philosophy 10100 01 (22208)
There are many ways to make a first approach to philosophy; in this course we will begin reading some classic texts on the topic of “knowledge,” and then move to consider other themes as they arise in Plato’s Republic
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Chapter Five The arts course: signs, induction, mathematics, experientiaChapter Five The arts course: signs, induction, mathematics, experientia
In different ways, issues of quantification (of humours and doses), of probability (of one construction of evidence against another), and empirical knowledge (including that acquired indirectly through the experience of others) also arise
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Self-love in the Aristotelian EthicsSelf-love in the Aristotelian Ethics
NE. 1 This difference is easily explained if the ee came later. But if the ne were later, we would have the mysterious picture of Aristotle advocating a view he had already shown to be flawed
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Unit 3 Ancient Greece Review QuestionsUnit 3 Ancient Greece Review Questions
It included a town or small city as well as the farmlands surrounding it. Most had a population of no more than 20,000 and covered an area of only about 100 square miles
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Knowing Ourselves through Nicomachean EthicsKnowing Ourselves through Nicomachean Ethics
What is it to be thoughtful about oneself, to live an examined life? What does the ne tell us about this, and what does it show us about being thoughtful?
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Aristotelian Ethics and BiophiliaAristotelian Ethics and Biophilia
I will then go on to argue, using Aristotle’s theory of obligation as reciprocity within friendship, that such a re-conception of biophilia might provide another approach to founding an environmental ethic on a theory of sentiment
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Readings (and Viewings) in Memoir, Personal History and Family History: Suzanne’s Personal FavoritesReadings (and Viewings) in Memoir, Personal History and Family History: Suzanne’s Personal Favorites
Whatever you choose to call them, the works that follow represent my attempt to capture some of my own favorites within the genre. By definition, my choices are necessarily both idiosyncratic and incomplete
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Uid principles in Composition Using Principles of Universal Design in College Composition CoursesUid principles in Composition Using Principles of Universal Design in College Composition Courses
This article suggests some ways that composition teachers can adapt their teaching to individual learners while following a mandated curriculum and engaging students in common classroom activities
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The Enlightenment and the American Revolution (1700-1800)The Enlightenment and the American Revolution (1700-1800)
Encyclopedia, which was published between 1751 and 1772. This work was a forum for
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Answer the questions in your best, most concise proseAnswer the questions in your best, most concise prose
Eloping your answers. Think hard about each question. Also remember that your answers should reflect your hypothesis about the book before you read it analytically
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A reader in the 1870s and 1880s: Molly Hughes’ recollections of her childhood booksA reader in the 1870s and 1880s: Molly Hughes’ recollections of her childhood books
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The far eastern crisis recollections and Observations byThe far eastern crisis recollections and Observations by
League: Mr. Gilbert Sits with the Council Occurrences Between October and November League Sessions: The Military Operations in North Manchuria; Rise of Nationalistic Feeling in Japan
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Are we like rome? ByAre we like rome? By
America. But what about that? Did the United States, as has been said of Rome, in a fit of absentmindedness acquire an empire? And did it then begin almost instantly to decay morally and constitutionally so that only a collapse and breakup of the American “Empire”
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1 Distributive Justice and Power Theories of Inequality: Reflections on Rawls and Egalitarianism1 Distributive Justice and Power Theories of Inequality: Reflections on Rawls and Egalitarianism
On the other hand, what exactly is meant by power relationships being unjust? In precisely what sense are they so? This paper ponders those questions in the spirit that ideally these two distinct directions of inquiry and discourse on economic inequality ought to
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The Ecology of Faith and the Faith of EcologyThe Ecology of Faith and the Faith of Ecology
This leads an accompanying constable, obviously concerned about his own reputation, to also extol it, which understandably makes the king even more embarrassed
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