1-Theory

1-Theory - model hypothetical/unproven proven, theorum...

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Theory 16:21 Implication When you say one thing, another thing follows essentially Sokolowski: Philosophy is a certain method Philosophy is the act of making distinctions Doesn’t have a definite set of objects Distinction points out differences that are in the world A displayed difference A difference for which you give reasons Without these reasons, your distinction won’t appear in public 1) How philosophy drives us  Hatred is incompatible with love; anger is compatible with love not opposed to each other theory is a ‘practice’/practice is theoretical as an activity is where we get models activity produces the models
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Unformatted text preview: model hypothetical/unproven proven, theorum SCIENCE DOES NOT PROVE THINGS, MATHEMATICS DOES Science gets evidence for things; confirms them Distinction between ecology & economy ECO oikos home, dwelling place Logos study Nomos law, custom, culture Ecology = study of nature; how we live in the universe Rules/principles governing the dwelling of all For happiness More theoretical The study of the realm in which economy happens; encompasses economy Economy Aims at happiness Creating laws that are a means to happiness A tool for the sake of happiness 16:21 16:21...
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