Test 2 Study List - Problems with Pseudoscience Hume’s Argument Against Miracles Personal Identity Psychological Continuity Views(including

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Test 2 Study List Make sure you know the answers to all the questions on the first test. In addition to reviewing the readings, make sure you understand the following arguments/concepts (this list may not be exhaustive): Mind-Body Problem Dualism Materialism Type Identity Theory Token Identity Theory (+ Functionalism) The Turing Test Searle’s Chinese Room Argument Free Will and Determinism Determinism The Dilemma of Determinism Incompatibilism (Free Will Nihilism and Libertarianism) Compatibilism Competing Definitions of Freedom Hume’s Argument Against Miracles
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Unformatted text preview: Problems with Pseudoscience Hume’s Argument Against Miracles Personal Identity Psychological Continuity Views (including Locke’s Memory Theory and Memory-Links Theory) Reid’s “Brave Officer” Objection to Locke Bodily Continuity Views (including Same Brain Theory) What these theories say about Amnesia Case and Teletransportation Case Ethics Ethical Nihilism Ethical Egoism Deontology Utilitarianism Social Contract Theory Divine Command Theory The Euthyphro Dilemma Psychological Egoism The Problem of Cultural Relativism...
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