Skepticism 2

Skepticism 2 - Steven Seage PHI 2010 Prof. Dobson...

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Steven Seage PHI 2010 Prof. Dobson Skepticism Pg.54 1. Accept. I have felt the heat of the sun on a summer’s day. 2. Accept. My father doesn’t practice religion but I believe since he is good he will be saved. 3. Accept. I have a lot going for me maybe she is jealous. 4. Accept. I have looked inside a TV before to see the ray tube. 5. Skeptical. Sometimes people just have a bad day. 6. Skeptical. Sometimes things are just coincidences. 7. Skeptical. I haven’t lived in any other form of government so I cannot say. 8. Accept. Memories are often changed to make it easier on the brain. 9. Accept. Life is volatile. You never know how things will turn out. 10. Skeptical. It depends on the level of depression, but sometimes it is absolutely necessary. Pg. 57-58 1. Many people dream in color, maybe this is an exception to your no color dream. 2. Sometimes when you are dreaming you can still feel pain in your body. Maybe something is hurting you while you are asleep, and your dream makes up the
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course PHI 2010 taught by Professor Dobson during the Spring '08 term at FAU.

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Skepticism 2 - Steven Seage PHI 2010 Prof. Dobson...

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