GoldmanHandout [rev 4.27.17]
Anarchy: What it Really Stands For? Paras 1-54 (pages 5-18)
1-10 Introduction, and Aim
Aim (3,4): To answer 2 main objections to Anarchism, and in so doing elucidate
what Anarchism stands,
Objection 1: Anarchism
Philosophy 6 HandoutRepBk1
The Argument with Thrasymachus
Part 1: Introduction and Critique of Thrasymachus' Definition of Justice (336b-347e;
Part 2: Objections to Thrasymachus' claims that injustice (347e-354c; 23-31)
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KantHandout Phil 6
Idea for a Universal History with a Cosmopolitan Purpose
Kants Nine Propositions
P1 All the natural capacities of a creature are destined, sooner or later, to be developed
completely and in conformity with their end.
LockeHandout1 Ch 1-3
John Locke (1632-1704): 2nd Treatise on Civil Government (1689)
Chp. 1 Sec 1-3
Sec 1 Rejection of Patriarchism (Filmer).
The Consequent Challenge: to find a new Origin of political power, if it isnt
simply to be a mat
Anscombe: Source of the Authority of the State
This is a difficult, but philosophically rich, paper. One can read it many times and
come away each time with some new insight.
We are just looking to bring out some of its mai
Philosophy 6 (Spring 2017) Draft 3
Final Exam Study
The final exam is Wednesday, June 14th, 2017, from 8.00 AM to 11. AM.
On the final exam, you will be asked to write three short essays within the three-hour
Chapter 17 Of the Causes, Generation, and Definition of a COMMON-WEALTH
P1-5 The Final Cause or End of the Commonwealth
P6-12 The Difference between Humans and Other Sociable Creatures, who combine
Hobbes Ch 21
Chapter 21: The Liberty of Subjects P1-25
P1-4 Definition of Liberty and Power; of a Free-man. Consistencies of Liberty with Action
from Fear; and with Necessity.
P5-7 Liberty of the Subject, in connection with the C
The Tragedy of the Commons, 1968
The idea of no technical solution problems (e.g. tic-tac-toe)
Hardins claim: the population problem is such a problem.
2. What Shall We Maximize?
(i) In a fini
PHILOSOPHY STUDY GUIDE
Kuhn and Revolutions
6.1 Considerable Upset
Revolutions involve a breakdown that is essential to science as we know it
- Revolutions have a function within the totality of science
- Special features of science come from tw
Phil 100B January 17 2017 Lecture 3
Philosophy between Alexander of Aphrodisias and
We don't know exactly when Alexander died.
Sometime after 200CE it seems. Augustine is born in
354 CE. Between the two a lot happens
Love & Other Sins
Peter Abelard, Heloise and Morality
By Andrea Navarrete
Philosophy 100B Final Paper
March 23, 2017
Peter Abelard was born roughly around 1079.
Phil 100b Lecture 10 Feb 9 2017
Syllabus is up. Some readings still to come.
1.Quick review of the Anselm's picture
[some of the quotes below are NOT from our required reading but from
Anselm's "On Freedom Of Choice" which I have now put up under
Phil 100B lecture 4 January 24 2017
a. Augustine takes it that what is ethical changes with time and with whether or nt God
Augustine in letter 138
The claim that what was once correct action can never be altered is, theref
Philosophy 100 B lecture 2 January 12 2017
Office hours: Monday 2:30 - 3:45 PM, Thursday 2:30 PM3:45 PM
Course Requirements: One short (750 word) assignment (10%) on an
assigned topic, a midterm (35%) a final paper (40%) a report on an
February 8, 2017
Short Assignment: Augustine on Christian Charity with respect to Punishment by the Law
In his exchange with Nectarius of Constantinople, Augustine delineated his
Introduction to Metalogic
Donald A. Martin
Semantics of Sentential Logic
The Language L of Sentential Logic . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Truth and Logical Implication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Compactness Theorem . .
Due by 5:00 PM on Friday, December14
Do the exam by yourself. Do not discuss it with anyone except the instructor.
For all questions except Question 5, the set C of constants is empty.
1. (32 points) For each of
Functionalism phil of the mind
Monday, April 24, 2017
Common organizational pattern
- Overlap in the way baby acts and sees the world
- Human brains are not physically isomorphic to octopus brains, though b
- In short, minds are multipl
Philosophy 6 Midterm (Spring 2017)
Write a 4-5 page paper on ONE of the following topics.
Papers are to be submitted to Turnitin.com, by 9am on Monday Week 6 (May
8 )- access through the course web site.
If you have proble
Methods of Ethics
Applied Ethics Vs. Normative Ethics Vs. Meta-Ethics
What are Wrong Making Features of actions or situations?
How do we move from initial intuitions to moral theories? Wide and Narrow Reflective Equilibrium
How can we assess different mor
Philosophy Final Review
Methods of Ethics
1) Applied ethics vs normative ethics vs meta-ethics
- Applied ethics: what is right and wrong in moral situations. Attempts to tell us how we
should behave and why
- Normative ethics: what general principles make
The Elements of
Legal Vs. Moral Rights
Analyzing Rights into Basic Elements
Choice and Interest Theories
Rights and Rules
Rights are best understood as parts of systems of rules.
Many of you have rights qua American, as dictated by the
accumulated amortization) on the balance sheet. The
A sailor in a ship is to mind in body is analogized to distinguish that its not that hes merely
present in his body, but to indicate their closeness, how sensations are perceived, experienced,
coexist and intermingle with the body. Evidence against this i
November 21, 2016
We have freedom to think freely but not freedom to act freely
You can endorse the action that does not result in a whipping
People do what they can in order to still be allowed to think freely, but that still isnt free will
and free ac
Prof. Steven R. Levy
T.A. Antti Hiltunen
Tutors: Samuel Birns, Jesse Comer, Mary Drake, Mario Gomes da Norbrega,
Zoe (Youngzie) Lee, Hongrui (Ryan) Miao, Chely Tejeda, Tatevik Yolyan
Lecture: Wednesday, Fr