Questions That Matter An Invitation to Philosophy
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|Introduction: The Nature Of Philosophy|
|What Is Philosophy? The Word Itself The Fields of Philosophy A Rational, Critical Enterprise Differing Conceptions A Working Definition Professor Miller's Four Principles Chapter 1 in Review|
|A Little Logic The Three Laws of Thought What Is An Argument? Informal Fallacies Chapter 2 in Review|
|The Question Of Reality|
|The Idea Of Form Plato and Socrates The Two Worlds: Appearance and Reality The Theory of the Forms Degrees of Reality and Knowledge The Good, the Sun, and the Cave Aristotle's Criticism of Plato Aristotle's View of Form After Plato and Aristotle Chapter 3 in Review|
|Mind And Matter Descartes: The Father of Modern Philosophy "What Can I Know for Certain?" The Intuition of Mind The Deduction of God The Deduction of Matter Some Objections The Mind-Body Problem Mind: A Set of Dispositions or Functions Chapter 4 in Review|
|Materialism What Is Materialism? Man a Machine The New Materialism Are the Mind and Body Identical? Beyond Freedom and Dignity: Skinner Are All Things Determined? Chapter 5 in Review|
|The Question Of Knowledge|
|The Way Of Reason Two Main Theories about the Basis of Knowledge Reason as the Basic of Knowledge The Rationalism of Plato The Rationalism of Descartes A Contemporary Version: Chomsky Chapter 6 in Review|
|The Way Of Experience What Is Empiricism? Classical Empiricism: Aristotle and St. Thomas Modern Empiricism: Locke Radical Empiricism: Hume Chapter 7 in Review|
|The Problem Of Certainty Kant and Hume Some Important Terminology Is There Synthetic A Priori Knowledge? The Limits of Reason Chapter 8 in Review|
|The Question Of God|
|God And The World Natural Theology The Cosmological Argument The Teleological Argument The Problem of Causality Chapter 9 in Review|
|Religious Experience The Experience of the Numinous The Mystical Ascent Mysticisms East The Way of Zen Is Religious Experience Evidence for God? Chapter 10 in Review|
|God And Evil What Is the Problem? Some Solutions Evil as a Privation of Goodness The Free-Will Defense Evil as Therapy Evil Is Irrational Chapter 11 in Review|
|The Question Of Morality|
|Challenges To Morality The Challenge of Relativism The Challenge of Determinism The Challenge of Existentialism Chapter 12 in Review|
|Utilitarianism What Is Utilitarianism? Bentham's Version: Quantity over Quality Mill's Version: Quality over Quantity Some Objections Chapter 13 in Review|
|The Role Of Duty Morality as Unconditional The Good Will Kant's Categorical Imperative The Test of Moral Actions Some Objections Chapter 14 in Review|
|Virtue Character and Action Aristotle on Happiness and Virtue The Virtues Objections Is There a Natural Law? Chapter 15 in Review|