THE LAZARUS PROJECT
SUMMARY OF FRED TAYLOR'S
"ROLL AWAY THE STONE"
THREE PARADIGMS: LIBERAL, CONSERVATIVE & GENERATIVE (TRANSFORMATIVE)
MAIN FEATURE-Unconstrained Rationality
-World is rational,subject to rational control
-Human nature is
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CHAT-LOG #2-Why Can't We See the Moon?
CHAT LOG #2 will challenge your assumptions about what you think you are seeing.
Therefore, it will also challenge your assumptions about what you think is real. At the end
of the chat, after the instructor has left
LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-ORANGE
Arts and Sciences
Online Introduction to Philosophy 1301-80
Semester: Spring Mini-Semester-2017
Instructor: Neil E. Lindley, PhD:
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CRITICAL THINKING, PART 1: INDUCTIVE REASONING
By Neil E. Lindley, PhD
There are four channels of knowledge by which we know everything we
knowour senses, our reason, our intuition and authority (learning from
others). Each of these channels po
15 May 2017
Intro to Philosophy-1301-80-1
Unit I, Day I
1. Name one major difference between a Synoptic and an Analytic. What is the
slogan of each way of thinking?
One of the major differences between a Synoptic and an Analytic is that a S
THE FOUR WAYS OF THINKING AND FOUR IMPORTANT SUBJECTS
Introductory Lecture by Neil Lindley
Philosophy is already an important part of your life, whether you know it or not. The word philosophy
comes from two Greek words, "philo", meaning for the love of,
What is the magic number? (Figure 2) Note that there is a figure also associated with this part.
However, the figure for Part A may still be visible on the left. To view the figure associated with
Part B, click on the figure link. A new figure shou
Multiple-choice questions have a special grading rule determined by your instructor. Assume that
your instructor has decided to grade these questions in the following way: If you submit an
incorrect answer to a multiple-choice question with n optio
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a figure goes along with this part. This figure is available to the left.
Enter your answer as a number in the box below and then submit your answer by c
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Mastering tells you immediately whether or not your answers are correct. Usually, you
will have multiple chances to arrive at the correct answer. Your instructor will determine
how many tries you have available.
In many items, hints a
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Suppose that prices of recently sold homes in one neighborhood have a mean of $220,000 with a
standard deviation of $7650. Using Chebyshev's Theorem, what is the minimum percentage of
recently sold homes with prices between $197,050 and $242,950? Round yo
1. At higher altitudes 212 degrees F is
hotter than at sea level
colder than at sea level
the same as at sea level
are you kidding?
1. Descartes says the best way to know what is true is to make good use of our five sens
1.Name one major difference between a Synoptic and an Analytic. What is the slogan of each way of
Synoptic is to see the whole together. Big Picture. Analytic is to see things broken down into smalle
This is a course in thinking about thinking. Why is it required? Dont we all know
how to think?
Well, yes and no. Certainly we all do enough thinking to get where we want to go and
to do some things we want to do. We solve problems more or less well, and