Lecture 1 - Lecture 1 31/08/2010 09:02:00 Philosophy The...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 1 31/08/2010 09:02:00 Philosophy The basics/core of several other studies The questions that have no real answer Has no true methods, uses several methods An Argument Two part o Premises o Conclusion Valid Arguments o Premises relate to conclusion o If all premises are all true= conclusion is true o Helps see connections between truths Philosophy is not so much a discipline, but an approach What is it mean to think like a philosophers and apply to other subjects? Treaties of Natural Philosophy The study of God/Divinities They come down and tells us revelations Revealed theology (revelations) = when divinity reveals itself to humans; gods intervention and tells us what the deal is, what to believe, what to think o Problem with multiple revelations o Each one says they are the true, believable one o Which is the real one of God?...
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Lecture 1 - Lecture 1 31/08/2010 09:02:00 Philosophy The...

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