Philosophy 1301-Chapter 1 section 1.1
What is Philosophy?
The Greek Philosopher Aristotle who asserted that philosophy begins in wonder, was impressed by the ability of human beings to think. In fact, he defined human beings as rat
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Is vs. Ought: Realist vs. Idealists ol phil can or cannot tell us what the world is or ought to be
Unitary vs. Dualistic
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Philosophy of Religion
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What is Philosophy of Religion?
WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FAITH AND REASON?
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Self-criticism or student criticism
"Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion" David Hume
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The Dialogues are a series of discussions about the rationality of religious belief between the fictional characters Cleanthes, Philo, and Demea. Demea
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t first glance critical reasoning appears to be a certain kind of reasoning that is judgmental and fault-finding. And certainly the word critical more often than not means just this. But in philosophy, critic
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Hegel was the rst modern philosopher to have taken the history of philosophy to be central to own philosophy.
Aristotle had taken the common opinions