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Buddhism

Buddhism

Buddhism. “What are you?” “I am awake.”. Buddha (-563 - -483). Four Passing Sights. Old age Disease Death Monk. Quest for fulfillment. Self-indulgence (path of desire) Asceticism (path of renunciation). No Self. There is no self to fulfill

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And the Final Jeopardy Answer Is?

And the Final Jeopardy Answer Is?

And the Final Jeopardy Answer Is?. BLIND RATIONALITY -- EMPTY WISDOM!

By DoraAna
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The Teleological Argument: Argument from Design/Purpose

The Teleological Argument: Argument from Design/Purpose

The Teleological Argument: Argument from Design/Purpose. The order and intricacy of things in the universe make sense only if an ordering and purposive mind is their cause. Wm. Paley (1743-1805). (A posteriori vs. a priori argument). Analogy: watch . . universe

By johana
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SCIENCE AND RELIGION A HISTORY

SCIENCE AND RELIGION A HISTORY

SCIENCE AND RELIGION A HISTORY. JOHN OAKES, PhD. Chaos vs Cosmos God vs the “gods”. Thomas Aquinas (1224-1274 ). Roger Bacon. William of Ockham. Nikolai Copernicus. Galileo Galilei. “The Bible was written to tell us how to go to heaven, not how the heavens go”. Sir Isaac Newton.

By Mercy
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Descartes’ Meditations

Descartes’ Meditations

Descartes’ Meditations. Descartes’ First Meditation. Four bulldozers of doubt: I can’t trust my senses I could be crazy I could be dreaming A malicious demon could be out to fool me. Is there anything you’d stake your life on?. Is anything left standing?. Descartes’ Second Meditation.

By orien
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The Teleological Proof

The Teleological Proof

The Teleological Proof. A Posteriori Argument: A argument in which a key premise can only be known through experience of the actual world. Principle of Sufficient Reason (PSR): For every positive fact, whatsoever, there is a sufficient reason, known or unknown, explaining why it is.

By uttara
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Personal Immortality: Arguments

Personal Immortality: Arguments

Personal Immortality: Arguments. Socrates (470-399 BCE). Rene Descartes (1596-1650). Socrates/Descartes: unlike the body, the soul is simple, immaterial, & does not come apart Objection: death is not dissolution of material parts, only the end of bodily (brain) activity

By nuwa
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SO WHAT ABOUT MIRACLES?

SO WHAT ABOUT MIRACLES?

SO WHAT ABOUT MIRACLES?. Who said they happen?. A task for the end of term!. What Does The Bible Say?. Miracle stories appear in the Old Testament and the New Testament. Many of the Old Testament miracles show the action of God in history.

By morey
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John Locke: 1632-1704

John Locke: 1632-1704

John Locke: 1632-1704. 1690: Publication of An Essay Concerning Human Understanding & Two Treatises of Government. Basic Tenets of Locke’s Empiricism: Man is not born with innate ideas. All knowledge is derived through observation and experience.

By hercules
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The Problem of Personal Identity: What makes me the same person over time?

The Problem of Personal Identity: What makes me the same person over time?

The Problem of Personal Identity: What makes me the same person over time?. Rene Descartes (1596-1650). My body Objection: ship of Theseus My immaterial soul or mind (Descartes) Objections: - transmigration of souls - multiple personalities Memory (Locke)

By buck
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2.2. The Liberal Challenge

2.2. The Liberal Challenge

2.2. The Liberal Challenge. Learning Objectives: Understand how Liberals describe global politics Identify the Liberal view of power Compare and Contrast Liberalism with Realism Explain the “Liberal Peace” formula. 2.2. The Liberal Challenge. The New Dominant Paradigm?. 2.2 Liberalism.

By hazina
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Sorting out statistical dilemmas P value or 95% CI

Sorting out statistical dilemmas P value or 95% CI

Sorting out statistical dilemmas P value or 95% CI. Dr. Jayaprakash Muliyil MD MPH DrPH Professor, Community Health Christian Medical College, Vellore. Fact vs theory. Inductive logic vs deductive logic. David Hume’s contention Karl Popper’s solution.

By preston
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The Design (Teleological) Argument

The Design (Teleological) Argument

The Design (Teleological) Argument. N.B. This goes with the Origin of Life section, and the First Cause Argument goes with the Origin of the universe section. The Design Argument. Set out originally by William Paley in 1802 in a book called Natural Theology.

By adolfo
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Alister McGrath, Christian Theology: An Introduction

Alister McGrath, Christian Theology: An Introduction

Alister McGrath, Christian Theology: An Introduction. Chapter 12 Faith and History The Christological Agenda of Modernity. The Enlightenment and Christology Reason, revelation, and the nature of history The philosophical uselessness of history The critique of miracles

By tekli
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The Teleological Argument

The Teleological Argument

The Teleological Argument. also known as “ the argument from design ”. ‘ teleological ’ comes from the Greek word ‘ telos ’ – meaning ‘design’ or ‘purpose’

By cherie
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Esthetica - moderne periode I: Hume

Esthetica - moderne periode I: Hume

Esthetica - moderne periode I: Hume. Introductie Hume Wat is “smaak”? Historische context: Baumgarten; empiristische esthetica Algemene aspecten van Hume ’ s filosofie “Of the standard of taste”: Hume over de esthetische ervaring. David Hume. 1711-1776

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Does God Exist?

Does God Exist?

10 or 20 Year Mortgage?. Will You Marry Me?. When Can You Start?. Does God Exist?. What is the most important question you will ever answer?. Arguments for Existence 1. Ontological Argument. The concept of God attests to the existence of God. Does God Exist?. Does God Exist?.

By susan
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Introduction Pertemuan 1 s.d 2

Introduction Pertemuan 1 s.d 2

Introduction Pertemuan 1 s.d 2. Matakuliah : R0434/Aesthetics Tahun : 2007. Etymology, Terminology and History of Aesthetics.

By michel
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Lecture 1, MATH 210G.01, Fall 2012

Lecture 1, MATH 210G.01, Fall 2012

Lecture 1, MATH 210G.01, Fall 2012. Reasoning, Part I. Reason is the capacity human beings have to make sense of things, to establish and verify facts , and to change or justify practices, institutions, and beliefs

By amie
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Lecture 1, MATH 210G.03, Fall 2013

Lecture 1, MATH 210G.03, Fall 2013

Lecture 1, MATH 210G.03, Fall 2013. Reasoning, Part I. Reason is the capacity human beings have to make sense of things, to establish and verify facts , and to change or justify practices, institutions, and beliefs

By donoma
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