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This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.


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Course Credit: University of Queensland 

Course Curriculum

Welcome 00:03:00
Why do Philosophy? The Students 00:03:00
Why do Philosophy? The Professors 00:07:00
How reading Descartes got me a job 00:06:00
MODULE 1: What part of 'know' don't you understand?
Introduction to Module 1 00:02:00
Philosophers Talk 00:06:00
Cogency 00:04:00
Argument structure 00:06:00
Identifying arguments 00:02:00
What is knowledge? 00:03:00
Regress Objection 00:05:00
Alternative Accounts of Knowledge 00:07:00
Scepticism 00:10:00
Scepticism today 00:05:00
Module Summary 00:02:00
MODULE 2: Mind the Explanatory Gap
Introduction to Module 2 00:01:00
Philosophers Talk 00:09:00
Conditionals and Deductive Fallacies 00:03:00
Necessary and Sufficient Conditions 00:04:00
Composition and Division 00:02:00
Cogito 00:04:00
Mind and Body 00:07:00
Science of the Mind 00:02:00
Explanatory Gap 00:04:00
Identity 00:08:00
Personal Identity 00:06:00
Fission 00:04:00
Module Summary 00:02:00
MODULE 3: Is there any body out there?
Introduction to Module 3 00:01:00
Philosopher’s Talk 00:07:00
Nature of Induction 00:02:00
Generalisation 00:07:00
Analogies 00:04:00
Making sense of sense 00:02:00
Scientific Realism 00:03:00
Anti-realism 00:02:00
Problem of Induction 00:05:00
Hume on Causation 00:08:00
Non-Humean Approaches to Causation 00:08:00
Summary 00:02:00
MODULE 4: What should I believe?
Introduction to Module 4 00:02:00
Philosophers Talk 00:06:00
Intersubjectivity 00:03:00
Improving our Generalising 00:01:00
Error Detection, Reproducibility and Reliability 00:03:00
Explanatory Frameworks 00:03:00
Rule Following 00:08:00
Cognitive Biases and Logical Fallacies 00:10:00
Rational Systems 00:08:00
Science in Action 00:12:00
Module Summary 00:06:00
Extended Interviews with Philosophers
Interview with David Chalmers 00:31:00
Interview with Ronald De Sousa 00:36:00
Interview with Rod Girle 00:41:00
Interview with Stephen Hetherington 00:37:00
Interview with Jack MacIntosh 00:32:00
Interview with Jason Mattingley 00:25:00
Interview with Calvin Normore 00:43:00
Interview with Susan Rowland 00:33:00
Interview with Fred D’Agostino 00:41:00
Interview with Marleen Rozemond 00:14:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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