Host: Hank Green hosts Crash Course Philosophy, produced in association with PBS Digital Studios.
1 What is Philosophy?
2 How to Argue
3 How to Argue - Induction & Abduction
4 Leonardo DiCaprio & The Nature of Reality
5 Cartesian Skepticism
6 Locke, Berkeley, & Empiricism
7 The Meaning of Knowledge
8 Karl Popper, Science, and Pseudoscience
9 Anselm and the Argument for God
10 Aquinas and the Cosmological Arguments
11 Intelligent Design
12 What is God Like?
13 The Problem of Evil
14 Epistemic Responsibility
15 Pascal's Wager
17 Perspectives on Death
18 Batman & Identity
19 Personal Identity
20 Arguments Against Personal Identity
22 Where does the Mind Reside?
23 Artificial Intelligence & Personhood
24 Determinism vs Free Will
26 Language & Meaning
27 Implicature Netflix & Chill
28 How Words Can Harm
29 Nonexistent Objects & Imaginary Worlds
30 Aesthetic Appreciation
33 Divine Command Theory
34 Natural Law Theory
35 Kant & Categorical Imperatives
38 Aristotle Virtue Theory
39 Moral Luck
40 What Is Justice?
42 Non-Human Animals
43 Family Obligations Questions
44 Poverty & Our Response
45 Assisted Death & The Value of Life
46 What is a Good Life?
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In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment
Video Links included
COMMON CORE CONNECTION - CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RH.11-12.7
Integration of Knowledge and Ideas:
INTEGRATE and evaluate MULTIPLE SOURCES of information presented in DIVERSE FORMATS and MEDIA (e.g., VISUALLY, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.
GREAT FOR EXAM REVIEW!