Philosophy Bites: What is Philosophy? Edward Craig
Edward Craig was Knightbridge Professor of Philosophy at Cambridge
University (UK) until his retirement in 2006. He edited the Routledge
Encyclopedia of Philosophy and wrote several introducto
Skepticism and Knowledge: Study Guide
From Does Skepticism Make Sense?, Jon Dorbolo
Is thinking that you know something and feeling certain about it the same as knowing?
No, thinking that you know something and feeling certain about it isnt knowing. Knowi
InterQuest: Study Guide: Language
From Conceptual Metaphor in Everyday Language by George Lakoff and Mark Johnson.
A metaphor is a thought or phrase in which one thing is expressed in terms of another.
What is a common way that people think of metaphors,
PHL201 Study Guide: Conflicts Between Science and Religion by
Before you begin this topic, what are some of your own views on science and religion? That is,
before you even started this course how have you thought about the issues raised b
InterQuest: Reason Study Questions
From The Five Worst Arguments in the World,@ by Jon Dorbolo
What in logic is an Aargument@?
As specified in this weeks reading, an argument is a set of statements, or also known as premises,
that support a conclusion. Th
PHL 205 Ethics
Exam #1 REVIEW
Terminology: Describe and distinguish the following sets of terms (1-3 sentences each
1. Purely descriptive sentences contains no evaluative sentences nor normative
terms. E.g. My dog is white.
a. normative sentences a