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Sheet1 Page 1 Important Note: This review list is what I am using to make up part of your midterm exam. Some questions on the actual test w Sections: What is Philosophy Philosophy of Religion Metaphysics and Epistemology What is Philosophy? - Go to the list in the module for terms and concepts (branches of philosophy, major philosophical problems, and of the philos Philosophy of Religion -- Go to the readings list for module 2, and make sure to pay very close attention to the review questions listed. Definitions of You need only the ones listed here in this list: What is Descartes' purpose in writing the "Meditations on First Philosophy"? De Define the "resolutive-compositive method" According to Descartes, what is the very first thing of which one may be absolutely Berkeley: - His rejection of the distinction between primary and secondary qualities, how he defines qualities (as ideas), and what he sa Hume - His principle of the priority of impressions, that you cannot KNOW causal connections, but you can only believe them, and th - Understand both relations of ideas (necessary truths - inconcievable deniable - math proofs) and matters of fact (contingent Charles Sanders Peirce Rile - concept of a category mistake Make sure to read the secondary text sections as listed in Modules 1-3. If you go back through the quizzes, pay attention to t - Keep in mind that there are others that are in the text. Make sure that you understand W. Cliffordhs argument regarding the h Arguments for Godhs Existence and Related Concepts and the Problem of Evil.
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