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History of Contemporary Symbolic Logic
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This 6 page paper explores the history of logic, with a focus on Aristotle. Applications for use of logical principles are fully explored. The paper looks at the use of logic from Ancient times through the postmodern era. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Popperian Perspective of Aristotle-Ptolemy and Galilean Science
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The ability to change was of utmost importance to Karl Popper, an esteemed philosopher of science. In the epistemological theses of Popper, falsification is the primary concept and calls Popper's views into the mind of many scientists. According to Popper, scientific theories and hypotheses cannot be justified: No logic or experiment can establish that a scientific statement is true. On the other hand, a logical conclusion or rigorous experimental or other observation - if incompatible with the scientific statement - can demonstrate its falsity. Thus, scientific theories can be shown to be false, and science progresses not by a gradual increase of established true statements or theories, but by the elimination of false ones. When Copernicus published De revolutionibus in 1543, he had no proof of his heliocentric hypothesis. Popper would say that the theory had been untested. This 8 page paper explores the ideas and theories of Galileo as he contested the earlier work of Aristotle and Ptolemy from the perspective of Karl Popper's work and ideas. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Space, Time, & Matter -- Do They Co-Exist ?
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A 14 page essay that looks at what great philosophers such as Descartes and Aristotle thought about the nature of the universe as well as more modern ideas put forward by Einstein and others. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Thomas Paine's 'Rights Of Man' And Edmund Burke's 'Reflections Of The French Revolution': Opposing Views
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6 pages in length. At odds with one another's philosophies, Thomas Paine and Edmund Burke addressed their opposition through the written word. In 'Rights of Man,' Paine contends that each individual is due the inherent natural rights that accompany birth; Burke, on the other hand, contends in his 'Reflections of the French Revolution' that the masses are bound by their lowly social status to abide by the aristocracy. Staunch in their respective assertions, the writer discusses how both Paine and Burke were instrumental in launching the social and political debates that continue today. No additional sources cited.
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Kant And Hume On The Metaphysics Of Moral And The Nature Of Reason and Empiricism
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This 5 page paper considers the arguments of both Hume and Kant regarding the nature of reason and empiricism, while also reflecting on Kant's categorical imperative and the empirical reasoning of Hume. This paper evaluates these considerations in Kant's Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals and Hume's An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding and A Treatise on Human Nature. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Are Moral Claims Justifiable
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This 7 page paper considers the issue of whether moral claims are justifiable or if they aren't, why such justification is impossible. This paper integrates the views of Aristotle, Kant, Mill, Nietzche and Foucault, and considers one specific example relative to the justifications offered for moral claims. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Fichte's Vocation Of Man
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A 5 page research paper that examines how the philosophy of Fichte built on that of Kant to form the foundations for the philosophical school of absolute idealism. This analysis of his book The Vocation of Man gives an overview of his philosophy. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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