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A Philosophical "ARGUMENT"

"... in the most important sense for philosophy, an argument is a complex consisting of a set of propositions (called its premisses) and a proposition (called its conclusion).  You can use an argument by asserting its premisses and drawing or inferring its conclusion. . . "

The Oxford Companion to Philosophy

 

A set of propositons involves the identification of:

*major theories and their originators

*evolution of these theories/movements

*relationship between theories

Possible Search Term for ALLargu*

WELCOME to the Philosophy Resources RAMGuide

[Oregon State University Philosopher's Page]

                     

The RAMGuide is a STARTING POINT for your Spring 2013 Philosophy presentation and website.

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STARTING POINT: ANALYSIS OF QUESTION

Is the universe real? 

 

Can we know anything objectively?

 

Is there an afterlife?

 

Does God exist?