Last Modified: 2012-10-26
Law of nature - A general rule found out by reason, which forbids a man to be destructive to his own life. seek peace and defend ourselves by all means.
Second law of nature - If others are willing, we should give up certain rights to protect ourselves and get out of the state of nature
Third Law of Nature - one ought to hold up this covenant.
- In philosophy and logic, the concept of a possible world is used to express modal claims. The concept of possible worlds is common in contemporary philosophical discourse and has also been disputed.
- Thought experiments that try to show that having a justified true belief isn't sufficient for knowledge
- Often involve a subject lucking into truth after believing responsibly on the basis of misleading evidence.
- We must add a necessary 4th condition.
Why does Aquinas think that a series of causes cannot go back to infinity?
What is Russell’s objection to the First Cause argument?
Explain Miller’s analogy with getting up early to go fishing. What is this
supposed to show?
Gettier’s example about the proposition that Jones
owns a Ford.
S believes that P
If it were the case that (not-P), S would not believe that P
If it were the case that P, S would believe that P
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