Third meditationThird meditation
I refer to as cases of sensory perception and imagination, in so far as they are simply modes of thinking, do exist within me—of that I am certain
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Print Scholarship and Digital ResourcesPrint Scholarship and Digital Resources
Picture is the invention of heaven: the most ancient, and most akin to nature. It is itself a silent work: and always of one and the same habit: yet it doth so enter, and penetrate the inmost affection
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Ken FoldesKen Foldes
Ken Foldes, Hegel and The Solution to Our Postmodern World Crisis. From Nihilism to Kingdom Come. Essays, Xlibris Corporation, Philadelphia (PA) 2003, p xx–592
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Forthcoming in Companion to Moral Anthropology (Didier Fassin, Ed.) Relativism and UniversalismForthcoming in Companion to Moral Anthropology (Didier Fassin, Ed.) Relativism and Universalism
Writing more or less in this vein the anthropologist Ruth Benedict once defined morality as “a convenient term for socially approved habits” (1934)
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Reading Questions for Phil 413. 900, Spring 2009Reading Questions for Phil 413. 900, Spring 2009
For Descartes, why can't knowledge gained through sense experience be trusted as the basis of knowledge?
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I. Yes or No QuestionsI. Yes or No Questions
John Locke thinks that if there are any judgments that enjoy universal assent from all thinkers, these must be innate judgments based upon innate ideas. Yes No
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Bacon, Gassendi, Hume anik waldow introductionBacon, Gassendi, Hume anik waldow introduction
One could here wonder what precisely is the advantage of presenting Hume as an empiricist and of opposing him to Bacon, while joining him with Newton
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Economic Policy and Economic GrowthEconomic Policy and Economic Growth
The hundreds of millions of people who live beneath the already miserly World Bank standard of poverty – one U. S. dollar a day – testify to the urgency of trying to understand why transformational economic growth does and does not happe
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Excerpts from Theories of Deviance Chap 7 (Berk)Excerpts from Theories of Deviance Chap 7 (Berk)
Mentally Ill. It is the epitome of a labeling theory as it incorporates many elements of the labeling perspective. He challenges conventional beliefs about mental illness and proposes a sociological model of mental illness in contrast to the traditionally
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History of philosophy I: ancient philosophyHistory of philosophy I: ancient philosophy
Eventually serious inquiry into human and divine realities formed the self-consciously distinct enterprise known as “φιλοσοφία – philosophia,” or love of wisdom
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Reassessing Kant’s ‘Copernican Revolution’ Yaron SenderowiczReassessing Kant’s ‘Copernican Revolution’ Yaron Senderowicz
Kant's critical philosophy is addressed mainly at answering two questions: 1 What is the nature of metaphysical knowledge and how is it possible to settle metaphysical controversies?
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Coexistence, Community, and Communio SpatiiCoexistence, Community, and Communio Spatii
Kant’s proof of the principle occurs in the Third Analogy. The principle of community plays a crucial role in the Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science
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