Test 2 recaps - doesn’t think we can know about the self...

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Philosophy- Test 2 recaps 1. Mediations- Descartes Provide a justification for most of peoples beliefs about the world around them and about religion 2. Locke uses the word “qualities” to mean when seeing a snowball The powers to produce ideas of white, cold, and round as in us and in the mind 3. A representational relist holds that we perceive representations, ideas, that represent material substance- Russell and Locke are representational realist 4. Locke- Empiricist 5. Wittgenstein starts his work with a quotation from St. Augustine- He disagrees with Augustine’s view and profoundly aims to show what is wrong with it 6. Berkley was not a solipsist 7. The self is an intuitively knowable substance- Descartes argument ----Hume- skepticism
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Unformatted text preview: doesn’t think we can know about the self ) 8. Wittgenstein’s comments show that words get their meanings in many different ways 9. Who argues for a new theory of relativity- Whorf 10. In her essay the sex of the knower Code argues that women’s knowledge is more subjective- False- Code talks about other philosophers who have said that but she herself does not claim that. 11. Based on the classical definition for belief to be considered knowledge it must be either justified or true. False- must be both 12. Wittgenstein claims that his aim in philosophy is to provide a systematic metaphysical theory to show the essential nature of meaning- FALSE...
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