PHL Exam II Review - Philosophy Review Three main teams...

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Philosophy Review 31/10/2007 13:02:00 Three main teams Rationalists o Descartes o Leibniz o Augustine Empiricists   no it comes from experience o Locke o Hume Skeptics   both right, both wrong o Zhuangzi o {Philo, Sextus, Nagarjuna}  not on quotes part Augustine Logical, mathematical truths {ex. 1+1=2} I am, I know I am, I know that I know that I am…I love it that I am, I love it that  I love it that I am… Distinguishes the normal from the abnormal cases o Who cares what crazy, dreaming etc., people see or think? o What matters is what is normally reliable Retreat to how things seem Descartes I think, I am… I am essentially a thing that thinks Method of doubt Evil deceiver
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o Cannot trick me about my existence Rationalist—believer in synthetic a priori truths Leibniz Rationalist For every fact, there is a reason why it is that way o Called the principle of sufficient reason
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PHL Exam II Review - Philosophy Review Three main teams...

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