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Level 1 Philosophy essayLevel 1 Philosophy essay
How successful are Descartes’ arguments for the real distinction of mind from body? Upon which would you put the most weight?
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In Outlines of Scepticism, Sextus Empiricus describes the mode of disagreement, which is one of the Five Modes of Agrippa, as follows
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This course is an introduction to the philosophical thought of Plato, including his contributions to ethics
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Reasoning and Emotion, in the light of the Dual Processing Model of CognitionReasoning and Emotion, in the light of the Dual Processing Model of Cognition
In §5 I compare the learned and the evolutionarily more primitive components of in §6 I turn specifically to the contributions that epistemic feelings make to our epistemic ends. §7 summarises my main conclusions
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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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In view of this, I think it will be a good plan to turn my will in completely the opposite direction and deceive myself, by pretending for a time that these former opinions are utterly false and imaginary.”3
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Identical shared meanings not required for communication: an example from computer programmingIdentical shared meanings not required for communication: an example from computer programming
This paper argues against a view put by Gottlob Frege who said that the sense of a word is objective, commonly held, and not “a part or mode of the individual mind
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Description: The year consists of four course elements of eleven lectures each, addressing the following areas in philosophy, ancient philosophy, rationalists, empiricism and Hume
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