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Here is information (from another university, but still helpful) on plagiarism.



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If you send me an e-mail (mdavidson @ csusb . edu), please put the class name in the subject (e.g. Phil 194).

 

The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is a very helpful resource for learning more about various philosophical topics.

 

 

Note that if you do not get a check on the short homework assignments, you may make them up. To do this, you must go to the Writing Center in UH-387. Work with them on the paper and turn in another copy with a note from the Writing Center saying that you have worked with them on the paper.


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Fall 2016 Courses





Philosophy 194:  Introduction to Knowledge and Reality


Check your CSUSB e-mail for the logic reading for Tuesday 9/27


Syllabus

Cosmological Argument

Problem of Evil (Focus on parts with drawn lines next to them)

Dickie

Hook: What is a Liberal Education (read pp. 137-164).




Philosophy 387:  Philosophy of Language


Syllabus

Handout on Kripkean Arguments


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Argument Handout


How to read philosophy


Validity and Soundness

 

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