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Modern Philosophy

Posted in Philosophy by Michael LaBossiere on April 22, 2016

Portrait of René Descartes, dubbed the "F...

Here is a (mostly) complete course in Modern Philosophy.

Notes & Readings

Modern Readings SP 2014

Modern Notes SP 2014

Modern Philosophy Part One (Hobbes & Descartes)

#1 This is the unedited video from the 1/7/2016 Modern class. It covers the syllabus and some of the historical background for the Modern era.

#2 This is the unedited video from the 1/12/2016 Modern philosophy class. It concludes the background for the modern era and the start of argument basics.

#3 This is the unedited video from the 1/14/2016 modern philosophy class. It covers the analogical argument, the argument by example, the argument from authority, appeal to intuition, and the background for Thomas Hobbes.

#4 This is the unedited video from the 1/19/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It covers Thomas Hobbes.

#5 This is the unedited video from the 1/21/2016 Modern Philosophy. It covers Descartes’ first meditation as well as the paper for the class

#6 This is the unedited video from the 1/26/2016 Modern class. In covers Descartes’ Meditations II & III.

#7 This is the unedited video from the 1/28/2016 Modern Philosophy course. It covers Descartes’ Meditations 4-6 and more about Descartes.

Modern Philosophy Part Two (Spinoza & Leibniz)

#8 This is the unedited video from the 2/2/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It covers the start of Spinoza’s philosophy. It could not be otherwise.

#9 No Video

#10 This is the unedited video from the 2/9/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It covers Spinoza.

#11 This is the unedited video from the 2/11/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It covers the end of Spinoza and the start of Leibniz.

#12 This is the unedited video from the 2/16/2016 Modern philosophy class. It covers Leibniz.

#13  This is the unedited video from the 2/18/2016 Modern philosophy class. It covers Leibniz addressing the problem of evil and the start of monads.

#14 This is the unedited video from the 2/23/2016 Modern philosophy class. It covers Leibniz’s monads, pre-established harmony and the city of God.

#15 This is the unedited video from the 2/25/2016 Modern philosophy class. It covers the end of Leibniz and the start of the background for the Enlightenment.

Modern Philosophy Part Three (Locke & Berkeley)

#16 This is the unedited video from the 3/1/2016 Modern Philosophy Class. It finishes the enlightenment background and the start of John Locke.

#17 This is the unedited video from the 3/3/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It covers John Locke’s epistemology.

#18 This is the unedited video from the 3/15/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It includes a recap of Locke’s reply to skepticism and the start of his theory of personal identity.

#19 No Video

#20 This is the unedited video from the 3/22/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It covers Locke’s political philosophy.

#21 This is the unedited video from the 3/29/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It covers the first part of George Berkeley’s immaterialism.

#22 This unedited video is from the 3/31/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It covers the final part of Berkeley, including his arguments for God as well as the classic problems with his theory.

Modern Philosophy Part Four (Hume & Kant)

#23 This is the unedited video from the 4/5/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It covers the introduction to David Hume and his theory of necessary connections.

#24 This is the unedited video from the 4/7/2016 Modern philosophy class. It covers Hume’s skepticism regarding the senses.

#25 This is the unedited video from the 4/12/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It covers David Hume’s theory of personal identity, ethical theory and theory of religion.

#26 This is the unedited video from the 4/19/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It covers Kant’s philosophy.

#27 This is the unedited video from the 4/19/2016 Modern class. It covers Kant’s epistemology and metaphysics.

#28 This is the unedited video from the 4/21/2016 Modern Philosophy class. It covers Kant’s antinomies, God, and the categorical imperative

 

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