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Diane Jeske is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Iowa. She is the author of Rationality and Moral Theory: How Intimacy Generates Reasons (2008).
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Philosophical Analysis, Argument, and the Relevance of Thought Experiments|
|Films: Monty Python, ""The Argument Skit""; Pulp Fiction; Seinfeld episode: The Soup|
|The Problem of Perception|
|Films: Total Recall; The Matrix; Star Trek TV episode: The MenagerieIntroduction|
|First Meditation and excerpt from Sixth Meditation: Ren_ Descartes|
|Some Further Considerations Concerning Our Simple Ideas of Sensation: John Locke|
|Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Ph|
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