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INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY*
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INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY* ALEX HORTAL SPRING ‘08 1. PHILOSOPHY Historical perspective What’s Philosophy? What’s Science? Relationship between Science and Philosophy 2. BRANCHES OF PHILOSOPHY 2a. Logic Historical perspective Dialectic 2b. Metaphysics Ontology Historical perspective The three genres of materiality Analysis and Consequences of this theory Anthropology 2c. Epistemology Historical Perspective Gnoseology Vs Epistemology 2d. Ethics Historical Perspective Ethical Problems Bioethics 2e. History of Philosophy 3. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY: PHILOSOPHERS 3a. Plato 3b. Aristotle 3c. Saint Augustine 3d. Saint Thomas Aquinas 3e. Rene Descartes 3f. David Hume 3g. Immanuel Kant 3h. Karl Marx 3i. Friedrich Nietzsche
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1. PHILOSOPHY Historical perspective What’s Philosophy? What’s Science? Relationship between Science and Philosophy
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2. BRANCHES OF PHILOSOPHY 2a. Logic Historical perspective Dialectic 2b. Metaphysics Ontology Historical perspective The three genres of materiality Analysis and Consequences of this theory Anthropology 2c. Epistemology Historical Perspective Gnoseology Vs Epistemology 2d. Ethics Historical Perspective Ethical Problems Bioethics 2e. History of Philosophy
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3. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY: PHILOSOPHERS 3a. Plato 3b. Aristotle 3c. Saint Augustine 3d. Saint Thomas Aquinas 3e. Rene Descartes 3f. David Hume 3g. Immanuel Kant 3h. Karl Marx 3i. Friedrich Nietzsche
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WHAT IS PHILOSOPHY? PLATO
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The Problem of philosophy The Word: Philos-Sophia Why does everybody say something different every time? What is the truth in Philosophy? Set some examples in sciences and medicine: cultural relativism. Everybody says something different?
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Confusion in Philosophy Of philosophy I will say nothing, except that when I saw that it had been cultivated for many ages by the most distinguished men, and that yet there is not a single matter within its sphere which is not still in dispute , and nothing, therefore, which is above doubt, I did not presume to anticipate that my success would be greater in it than that of others; and further, when I considered the number of conflicting opinions touching a single matter that may be upheld by learned men, while there can be but one true, I reckoned as well-nigh false all that was only probable .” Descartes, Rene. Discourse of Method . Chapter I .
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WHAT IS PHILOSOPHY? At the beginning was just knowledge or science:
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