Codes of ethics are a part of almost every major corporation and business, yet most employees
and workers simply acknowledge a code of ethics exists and follow the code. Some people do not even
realise codes of ethics exist, only following codes of conduc
Science follows the Scientific Method
2. Relies on testability and falsifiability
1. Science is too heterogeneous and too fluid
2. Cluster concept a la Dupre
a. How any votes = authority?
Examples of Quiz questions:
Give an example of an analytic statement.
Explain Analytics synthetic distinction in your own words
What are some weaknesses of Carnaps logical empiricism?
What is induction?
When u use an induction cooker
What is inductive log
Sentences that do not satisfy logical rules that must apply.
Really theoretical sentences does not require an object that we must really observe. These sentences
can be broken down further to more and more sentences. And at the end, these sentences must
Picture of space time is curved and bent. (Manifest vs scientific image)
Economics (saving/spending money vs economics working behind the background)
How is scientific knowledge developed.
Mathematics and logic play an important role in shaping our knowle
Why is astrology not a genuine science?
Suggestion: In genuine sciences it is possible to conduct controlled experiments.
Example of a controlled experiment? Do all genuine sciences satisfy this requirement?
Medicine placebo / drug.
Evolution (Observed, c
How does Kuhns account compare to logical empiricists? Poppers?
Obs that conflict with theory
o Popper: Revise Immediately?
o Kuhn: You can live with it for a while, do not need to throw out the paradigm
immediately. There are some assumptions that are ac
Falsification a hypothesis is scientific if and only if it can be refuted by some possible obs
Inductive logic is flawed. We can never be truly sure. It has just not yet been proven false.
Never increase confidence in the theory, always try to falsify it
Untenability of the analytic-synthetic distinction
Quine - Give up on analytic statements. Only our observations will bear truth or falsehood.
The whole body of knowledge must be compatible with our observations
Quantum logic Different from normal percept
those that survive are the fittest (what are criteria) Not much different from Tautology (Not
falsifiable) Those that survive are those that survive (+ reproduction smth that u can make
1. Biology is genuine science b
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3. Virtue Ethics I
4. Argument Outlines
6. Virtue Ethics II
7. Last Written Reflection
By the end of this segment of the lecture, you
Organic process Chemistry
Anderson, Neal G. (2012-05-23). Practical Process Research and Development A
guide for Organic Chemists Elsevier Science. Kindle Edition.
Apotex Pharmachem's mandate is to meet the needs of o
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3. Desire theory I
6. Desire theory II
7. Written Reflection 2
8. Possible Quiz
By the end of this lecture, you should
The Dumas method was named after a French chemist, Jean Baptiste Andr Dumas
(Daintith, 2009). The Dumas Method is a process that determines the vapour density of volatile
liquids that can easily convert to gas (Rosenfeld, 1982). Dumas used th
Here are some applications of Botox.
The most commonly known use of botox is aesthetics.
Botulinum (bochulinun) toxin A can reduce Forehead lines, frown lines, crows feet
and neck lines. It relax the action of the underlying muscles and minimize the resu
The purpose of this lab is to observe a titration reaction in order to produce a titration
curve of the weak acid and base, in order to find the unknown concentration of the strong acid
and base. The goal of this lab is to analyse the relations
This experiment synthesized copper using a series of reactions. This allowed for the
observation of chemical properties in the copper during different stages in the reactions. The
objectives were observed through acid-base reactions, redox reac
Genetics 139 Midterm Study Notes
Slideshow 1: Mendelian Genetics
Artificial Selection: purposeful mating between animals (domesticated)
1950 Belyaev: domesticated fox matings Russia
PreMendel one parents contributes more to offspring inherited features, a
Why garden peas?
Easy to cross fertilize
Large numbers of offspring
Short growing season
Phenotype - observable characteristic (largely determined by genotype). Commonly referred to
as a trait
Genotype - ge
The Net Change in Weight Observed over a Time Interval of 40 Minutes of the Dialysis Tubing in Different Concentrations of sucrose and Water
Net change in weight (g)
Argument Essay Outline
Option 1: Should Canada have a 2-tier health care system? Explain
1. Thesis: Canada should not have a 2-teir health care system.
1.1 Everyone should be given an equal opportunity.
1.1.1 Human rights policy states that all humans sho
Milestone Essay Rubric
Use of evidence:
Does not use
reliable sources to
Attempts to draw
Calculation of Molar enthalpy assuming no heat is lost to calorimeter
q (250.00 g 9.98 g )( 4.184 J / g C )(33.4 C 23.8 C )
q 10363.05 J 10.363kJ
q cal q surr
Calculation of molar enthalpy assuming heat is lost to
ARBUS 202 / PHIL 215 Online: Professional and Business Ethics
Write a brief argument-style essay on the topic given below. The essay should be 3 doublespaced pages in length (1000 words max. by computer word count). The a
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in such policies from other countries inc u-ing t e et er an-
effective regulation can prevent abuses from occurring.
In the second reading, Benjamin Freedman reviews the Supreme Court of Ca
Dworkin on Dementia: Elegant Theory, Questionable Policy
Author(s): Rebecca Dresser
Source: The Hastings Center Report, Vol. 25, No. 6 (Nov. - Dec., 1995), pp. 32-38
Published by: The Hastings Center
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/3527839 .
Routine Recovery of Cadaveric Organs for Transplantation:
Consistent, Fair, and Life-Saving
Aaron Spital* and James Stacey Taylor
*Department of Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, New York; and Department of Philosophy,