|Intro Philosophy Lecture Notes|
|PHIL 105: Reason and Argument|
John Shoemaker, Rochester University
These course notes begin with an examination of the conceptual background needed to understand and evaluate arguments. The second part of the course notes develop a method for identifying, interpreting, and evaluating arguments. In the final section this method is applied to arguments about a wide variety topics. The notes will help you distinguish rhetoric and emotional speech from rational argumentation and to distinguish successful from unsuccessful arguments.
|Introduction to Philosophy|
Tom Bridges, Montclair State University
These are some very thorough course notes introducing philosophy. They cover all the great philosophers you must know in an intro class including: Nietzche, Kant, Hobbes, Descartes, Aristotle and Plato. The notes page also has links to philosophy review questions and other useful philosophy resources.
|PHIL 100: Introduction to Philosophy|
Thomas Bridges, Michigan State University
This is a general education course, satisfying the Philosophy/Religion component of MSU's 6-credit general education requirement in the Humanities. According to current GER guidelines for the Humanities requirement, courses that satisfy this requirement must focus on the canonical works (i.e., the "Great Books") of the Western tradition.
|Philosophy Student Essays|
Various, Malaspina University College
Philosophical inquiry has a history of nearly three thousand years and is pursued in all cultures. Almost every institution of higher learning includes a programme in philosophy. This link provides some examples of essays on the philosophical topics.
|Phil 310: Philosophy|
Various, University of Canterbury
This course has lecture notes for an intermediate philosophy student.
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