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PHIL 2010 Introduction to Philosophy is a Philosophy course at GSU taught by the following professor: Edward Cox. 3 elite notetakers have produced 9 study materials for this Philosophy course.
In class notes from week 1 through 3
Notes over the sixth and seventh week of lectures.
Notes over the entire semester of lectures.
Intro and Bertrand Russel. Also covers LOGIC ARGUMENT PREMISE and VALIDITY
Covers in depth of APOLOGY for a better understanding and key ideas!!!
This is the concise notes of Descartes first mediation
These are concise notes about Descartes first mediation.
Intro to philosophy, what is an argument, how to make an argument, what is a sound/ valid argument, intro to epistemology, russell and Descartes
These notes may help with the upcoming argument quizzes.
These notes are just a review of Socrates on Trial.
Concise notes regarding Nagel's paper "What is it like to be bat?"
These notes are just a review over W.K. Clifford's The Ethics of Beliefs
These notes are just a review of William James' The Will to Believe .
Just a review of the Famine, Affluence, and Morality by Peter Singer.
A concise overview of the readings covered before Exam 1
These notes are a summary/review of John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism
These notes are a review of Immanuel Kant's Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysic of Morals
This study guide is a compilation of the notes of the different things that we have read.
Review of Thomas Nagel's Free Will, from What Does It All Mean
Notes covered in class
The notes were covered in class
These are personal notes over the reading
Notes covering the reading
Notes covering both readings by Barbara Montero
Study Guide for the final.
what is an argument, what makes it good? validity. fallacy.
Here are some notes regarding necessary & sufficient conditions. Since we have our exam next week, I have decided to post these notes ahead of time as it takes time to catch on to. This was one of our old homework assignments, and just in case you lost or forgot to do yours, I will share mine. These are notes from the first/second week of class that will help you guys understand necessa
Class notes regarding the Euthyphro reading, hope this helps!
Notes covering the concept of Utilitarianism.
The Design Argument and the Criticisms.
Here are a set of notes dealing with the Feminist Epistemology. The author of this reading is Elizabeth Anderson. 'CD' stands for Cognitive Distortion.
Hello! Here are a set of in-depth notes regarding The Trolly Problem. The original author is Judith Thomson. There are some lecture notes from Joe's course here as well. The things written in the margin are new notes from March 28th's lecture hall.
Hello! Here is the first set of my notes on Rene Descartes. I have more notes coming (electronically), since those go more into depth. These are just a few side notes and the introductory notes. I hope these help.
These are my more in-depth notes regarding Rene Descartes views/mediations. (:
Hope they help!
Here are notes to Philosophy exam. These are still being worked on, and I will be adding more to the document and re-uploading when everything is complete!
Hello! Notes for exam. Anybody taking Philosophy, these notes are your best friend!
These notes cover the readings for week 3
These are notes from Wednesday class
Includes the discussion of each reading this week
Covers the reading and questions he asked
Philosophy week 7 notes. Only one reading this week.
Notes from his lectures of the readings.
Involves all the readings of this week
Philosophy notes containing the readings from this week.
Includes the readings from this week
Contains the lectures of the readings for week 12
American Yawp chapter 26 book notes and lecture
Contains on lectures of the readings for week 13
Includes all readings for this week
All readings needed to know for the final study guide questions