PERSONALITY: SIGMUND FREUD
Biography of Freud (1856 - 1939)
Jewish parents, never really important to him until closer to the end of his life.
Wanted to be a professor but anti-Semitism prevented it so he became a
No evidence for fixations.
Is latency stage really latent?
Is development really over after puberty?
Childhood DOES influence adult personality.
Development occurs through a struggle between
reliance/dependence and a desir
Here is a issue, lets explain it. Absolutist thinks this but I have a better explanation.
Argument against his view that moral disagreement rest on moral outlook rather than
differences in situation or beliefs about nonmoral fact
Read the attached excerpt from Harman on relativism. Identify a position or argument from
him, either something he endorses or somethings he does not endorse. Then philosophically
evaluate that position or argument. The paper should be anonymous, and no m
Student ID: 18507153
Question 1 Response:
In this objection, Leibniz denies that the best possible world cannot contain evil in two
arguments. He argues that the best plan is not always the plan that seeks to avoid evil as the ev
Nature and Nurture
The Active Child
Mechanisms of Change
The Sociocultural Context
Research and Childrens Welfare
Chapter 1 An introduction to Child Development
Office hours 12:30-3
September 11th 2012
Example of a solid argumentIf it is Tuesday (P) then this is Paris (Q) + It is Tuesday (P)= This is Paris(Q).
Valid= If the premises is true then the conclusion is true as well
If P then Q (MP
Encoding For Retrieval
Study Tips October 20
1. Be motivated
Must be awake and aroused or else you are wasting your time
-use highlighter to bring info to the foreground. But, if you bring too much info into the foreground you defeat the purpose
What its like to be a Bat
In Thomas Nagels essay, what it is like to be a bat, he demonstrates how we as humans
are unable to experience what it is like to be a bat, and further relates this issue towards the
Readings Chapters 1+ 2
The year 399 BCE in the city-state of Athens.
Spartans better land fighters/Athenians better sea warriors
Spartans ruined Athens
-Socrates meets Euthyphro at the King Archons law court
Essay 2 PHIL 00 December 5 2011
What Gold and Stoljar refer to as the radical neuron doctrine is the claim that all
explanations of the brain will eventually give way to neuroscientific ones; ie, that a successful
theory of the mind will be a theory of th
Justification = rational defense on the basis of evidence
Assertion = act of stating something as if it were true
Statement, claim = what you say in order to make an assertion
Premise = statement intended to provide rational support for a conclu
Phil100 (Fall Term)
The definition of a free action is fickle; free actions are defined differently depending
on the circumstance. For example, being held at gunpoint and forced to kill an innocent
puppy will warrant a separa
Philosophy 100: Descartes Meditations NOTES
First Meditation: What can be called into doubt
Thought of as the ground work for all of the other meditations
We must withdraw our minds from the senses and from all preconceived opinions
Instead of doubting
1What is Descartes ontological argument? Why does Kant think that his claim that existence is not a real
predicate refute the ontological argument?
What is Pascals Wager? Is this an effective argument for the existence of God? Why or w
Monday March 7th notes:
Simone de Beauvoir:
Ethics of Ambiguity way of presuming agency
She says that thinking about freedom as absolute guarantees is incorrect, its ambiguous.
We have to turn to the resolve to determine ethics and thats why we disagree