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    -    April 26, 2017

How to Train Your Brain to Stop Worrying

If you hear someone saying that worrying is one of the main reason for many illnesses, then you have to believe them. Not only doe...

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    -    November 1, 2016

Philosophy and Common Sense

Before we know things with a scientific knowledge by reflecting upon them and by investigating into their causes, we know with uns...

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    -    September 20, 2016

Philosophy vs Theology (IntroPhil 102.2)

How was the lecture on philosophy versus the special sciences? Now, let us dare to wonder into the world of “unnatural”...

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    -    September 19, 2016

Philosophy vs other types of knowledge (IntroPhil 102.1)

We are in a new week and starting a new chapter of the lecture series. This new chapter looks at philosophy and other forms or typ...

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    -    September 15, 2016

Summary and Conclusion of Chapter One (IntroPhil 101.12)

Philosophy is the science which by the natural light of reason studies the first causes or highest principles of all things. It is...

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    -    September 15, 2016

Definition of Philosophy (IntroPhil 101.11)

You remember we began by calling philosophy human wisdom? That first approach has given us further information as to the nature an...

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    -    September 14, 2016

The Relevance of Philosophy (IntroPhil 101.10)

Specific personal uses Examining our everyday language often leads to philosophical questions. “I want to do the right thing” ...

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    -    September 12, 2016

The Relevance of Philosophy: (IntroPhil 101.9)

I know by now the following questions are flooding your mind: “Why study philosophy?” “Of what use is philosophy?” “Is p...

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    -    September 8, 2016

Why We Need Philosophy? (IntroPhil 101.8)

We now come to the point where we discuss why we need philosophy at all. This will be in three parts: part one is “Why we need P...

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    -    September 7, 2016

What is an argument? (IntroPhil 101.7)

We have said the dialectic method is basically argumentative: But what is an argument? An argument is a series of statements, one ...

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