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Notes Philosophy 2/29/16

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These are the notes from in-class discussion on 2/29/16
Introduction to Philosophy
Dr. Stegall
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Date Created: 03/22/16
Philo 1010 Notes 2/29/2016 Relations of ideas: definitional truths (verified through sense data) Matter of fact: sense data -Hume is interested in complicated pieces of sense data -Causal reasoning fills in the rest of the chain Cause and effect reasoning: past experience makes us confident in filling in these chains all the time Examples to prove that you need experience to prove something (cant see causation): causation is not immediate, prior experience tells yu that sliding works with two pieces of glass, but one would typically lift on first instinct - We never actually see the causation, unless we have experience - Why should we trust that past assumption? - The future reflects the past Future reflects the past: we assume that our memories of the past can be a reliable guide to the future -Animal trait: basic evolutionary survival trait to use memories as the inductive basis for how we will continue to survive Reasoning DOES NOT allow for induction: non-reasoners such as animals and infants do it all the time, it is a basic reflex to stare data and make a generalization from it -Basic non-rational reflexes are necessary for survival and continuation of the species -If the rules change, we die. -What we know as constant must stay constant for us to retain our survival


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