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28%

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Semana
1

Semana 1

2 horas para completar

What is Philosophy?

2 horas para completar
4 videos (Total 47 minutos), 3 lecturas, 2 cuestionarios
4 videos
Philosophy: Difficult, Important and Everywhere11m
Philosophy: How Do We Do It?17m
Is There A 'Right Way' To Think About Things?6m
3 lecturas
About this Course10m
Module: What is Philosophy?10m
Optional Reading10m
2 ejercicios de práctica
Practice: What is Philosophy?8m
What is Philosophy?10m
Semana
2

Semana 2

1 hora para completar

Morality: Objective, Relative or Emotive?

1 hora para completar
4 videos (Total 44 minutos), 2 lecturas, 1 cuestionario
4 videos
Objectivism, Relativism and Emotivism13m
Objections to Objectivism, Relativism and Emotivism11m
Further Discussion7m
2 lecturas
Module: Morality: Objective, Emotive or Relative?10m
Related work by Philosophy staff at the University of Edinburgh10m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Practice: Morality: Objective, Relative or Emotive?12m
1 hora para completar

What is Knowledge? And Do We Have Any?

1 hora para completar
5 videos (Total 56 minutos), 2 lecturas, 1 cuestionario
5 videos
The Classical Account of Knowledge and the Gettier Problem18m
Do We Have Any Knowledge?10m
Further Discussion 110m
Further Discussion 23m
2 lecturas
Module: What is Knowledge? And Do We Have Any?10m
Related work by Philosophy staff at the University of Edinburgh10m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Practice: What is Knowledge? And Do We Have Any?12m
1 hora para completar

Week 2 review: Lesson Choices

1 hora para completar
2 ejercicios de práctica
Morality: Objective, Relative or Emotive?20m
What is Knowledge? And Do We Have Any?24m
Semana
3

Semana 3

1 hora para completar

Do We Have an Obligation to Obey the Law?

1 hora para completar
7 videos (Total 27 minutos), 2 lecturas, 1 cuestionario
7 videos
The Grounds of Political Obligation2m
Gratitude and Benefit4m
Consent8m
Fairness3m
What if the Problem Can't Be Solved?1m
Summary1m
2 lecturas
Module: Do We Have an Obligation to Obey the Law?10m
Related work by Philosophy staff at the University of Edinburgh10m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Practice: Do We Have an Obligation to Obey the Law?20m
1 hora para completar

Should You Believe What You Hear?

1 hora para completar
5 videos (Total 25 minutos), 2 lecturas, 1 cuestionario
5 videos
Reid's Challenge to Hume2m
Reid's Argument5m
Kant, the Enlightenment and Intellectual Autonomy4m
The Value of Intellectual Autonomy3m
2 lecturas
Module: Should You Believe What You Hear?10m
Related work by Philosophy staff at the University of Edinburgh10m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Practice: Should You Believe What You Hear?8m
1 hora para completar

Week 3 review: Lesson Choices

1 hora para completar
2 ejercicios de práctica
Do We Have an Obligation to Obey the Law?20m
Should You Believe What You Hear?20m
Semana
4

Semana 4

2 horas para completar

Minds, Brains and Computers

2 horas para completar
7 videos (Total 57 minutos), 2 lecturas, 1 cuestionario
7 videos
Physicalism: Identity Theory and Functionalism13m
Functionalism and What Mental States Do8m
Functionalism and Functional Complexity4m
Minds vs. Machines: The Turing Test and the Chinese Room11m
Minds vs. Machines: Problems for the Computational View of the Mind4m
Further Discussion4m
2 lecturas
Module: Mind, Brains and Computers10m
Related work by Philosophy staff at the University of Edinburgh10m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Practice: Minds, Brains and Computers24m
1 hora para completar

Are Scientific Theories True?

1 hora para completar
7 videos (Total 29 minutos), 2 lecturas, 1 cuestionario
7 videos
Saving the Phenomena? Ptolemeic Astronomy5m
Truth? Galileo and Copernican Astronomy2m
Scientific Realism and the No Miracles Argument3m
Scientific Anti-Realism: Constructive Empiricism7m
Realist Rejoinders: Inference to the Best Explanation5m
Concluding Summary2m
2 lecturas
Module: Are Scientific Theories True?10m
Related work by Philosophy staff at the University of Edinburgh10m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Practice: Are Scientific Theories True?16m
1 hora para completar

Week 4 review: Lesson Choices

1 hora para completar
2 ejercicios de práctica
Minds, Brains and Computers20m
Are Scientific Theories True?20m

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