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This has all the definitions, terms, and important concepts covered in the first week.
These are the notes for week 4 of PHI 2010!
First class assignment reading, which he informed we would be having a "trial quiz" in class.
Here are some great practice problems that explain, define, and give examples for this material. It is all very neat with some side notes and descriptions on the side.
These are the notes for week 3 of PHI 2010 :) Enjoy!
This is the second week's worth of notes for PHI 2010!
These are the full second week of notes for PHI2630. There is some material from the readings added in and it's in a super easy format to follow.
This is an in-depth study guide with answers provided to the possible essay questions that can appear on exam 1! Only three of the questions in part 1 will appear, and the one question in part 2, but it is best to have the answers to all questions in preparation for the exam. Happy Studying!
EDIT: There are only two exams before the final! Material covered on both exam 1 and two will appear so i
These notes include my personal notes while reading and also class notes for exactly what the professor went over in class.
This has many key examples of Moral Fallacies which were defined in last weeks notes along with a continuation of notes.
This is week one of notes for PHI2630, it covers the beginning of reasoning errors and arguments.
Course: PHI 2010
Professor: Randolph Clarke
This is the notes for week 1 of PHI 2010. No notes were given/taken on the first day of class but there are notes for day two of the first week!