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What is the 'Turing Test', and what is it supposed to show? What is the difference between a priori and a posteriori knowledge?

What is the 'Turing Test', and what is it supposed to show?



What is the difference between a priori and a posteriori knowledge?



Describe Locke's view as to how we acquire knowledge of the world through experience. 4 points



Describe the Rationalist's 'Innate Knowledge' thesis. 4 points



Is the mind a non-physical substance? Explain your view.



Describe Descartes argument that he knows for certain that he exists.



  1. Does he know of his existence via his senses? Yes or No. 2 points.

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