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Introduction to Philosophy

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Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 1050

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Date Created: 10/25/15
Review Sheet for Test 1 Wed Sept 28th 2001 1200 Noon Phil 1050001 Intro to Phil Heath French TF Answer the following questions define the vocabulary words memorize the authors and their respective articles which were covered in class and be able to write intelligibly about the concepts discussed in class 1 2 What is Philosophy a The love of Wisdom b Etymology c A quest for truth d An academic discipline What two quotes are attributed to Socrates a quot only know that I do not know b quotKnow thyself 3 Vocabulary Philosophy The study of word origins or study of word history The branch of philosophy that deals with the ultimate truth about the nature of philosophy The study of being or existence The study of knowledge 1 I think therefore I am Rene Descartes says he knows for certain Descartes says it cannot be doubted We learn by experience blanks slatesJohn Locke before experience or prior experience M knowledge that comes after experience 4 AuthorsArticles 360 BCE Plato Greek quotThe Allegory of the Cave from the Republic 325 BCE Aristotle Greek excerpts from Physics 1620 Francis BaconEnglish excerpts from Novum Organum 1641 Rene Descartes French excerpts from Meditations 1670 Blaise Pascal French quotThe Wager or quotPascal s Wager from Pensees Thoughts 1690 John Locke English excerpts from quotEssay Concerning Human Understanding 1781 Immanuel Kant German excerpts from quotCritique of Pure Reason 1882 Frederick Nietzsche German quotThe Madman from The Gay Science quotGod is dead Iquot 1992 Derek Parfit British quotThe Puzzle of Reality Why does the Universe Exist published in the Times Literary Suplement 5 Concepts a Metaphysics b Epistemology c Ethics 0 Political philosophy e Aesthetics Pascal s Wager History of Philosophy Epistemological Divide Rationalism vs Empiricism Specifically concerning Descartes Locke and ant Allegory of the Cave Aristotle s Four Causes Material Clause The material which something is composed Formal Clause The arrangement of the matter Efficient Clause quotthe primary sourcequot or that from which the change or the ending of the change first starts Final Clause the purpose or end that something is supposed to serve


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