Midterm 1 Review
Midterm 1 Review PHL 256
UWF - Pensacola
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Date Created: 02/13/15
PHL 256 EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE General concepts Philosophy love of wisdom Necessary and suf cient conditions 0 If we say that quotx is a necessary condition for yquot we mean that if we don39t have x then we won39t have y Or put differently without x you won39t have y To say that 0 Being 35 years old is a necessary condition for being POTUS 0 Having gas in your car is a necessary condition for driving it o If we say that quotx is a sufficient condition for yquot then we mean that 0 Getting an A is sufficient to pass this class 0 Rain falling from the sky is a sufficient condition for the sidewalks to be wet Suits The Grasshopper ch 16 0 Work vs play 0 The de nition of a gameplayer o PreIusory goal vs lusory goal 0 Lusory attitude 0 Four types of rules Tri ers cheats amp spoilsports Games contests vs Games institutions 0 Taking the Long Way Home 0 Ivan and Abdul Formalism vs lnternalism De nitions of each differences between the two 0 Principles particularly the Athletic Principle 0 What it says what it means for cases such as the Pine Tar Incident 0 Pros and Cons for Formalism and lnternalism Keating 0 Sports vs athletics o The respective goals of each 0 Sportsmanship as it pertains to both o Keating s conception of the aim of athletic contests Dixon 0 The strong AntiBlowout thesis 0 quotIt is intrinsically unsporting to blowout your opponent o The Argument from Gratituity o The Argument from Humiliation o Dixon s view about primary aim of competitive or quotathleticquot contests o How this contrasts with Keating s view about the aim of such contests
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