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 HOW WOULD YOU

EXPLAIN PERSONS HAVING CRUSH ON YOU?  ANSWER:
 P1: GIRLS WHO HAVE

CRUSH ON ME TEND TO KISS ME AT MY COMMAND  P2: WHEN YOUR GRANDMOTHER AND ME MET, SHE INTENTIONALLY KISSED ME  C: YOUR GRANDMOTHER HAS A CRUSH ON ME

questions  Position .BODY: to survey the work with Searching for answers . Meditation: battling internal struggle.

2.1. 3. Lover of pleasure Lover of success Lover of wisdom:  “philla”  love   “sophia” Wisdom Greek (Pythagoras): men could be divided into 3 types .

 WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THE WORLD IF NO ONE WILL ASK A QUESTION?  ULTIMATE QUESTION IN LIFE? .

Publishing Corp. C & E Publishing. 2006. Lionel. The Art of Critical Thinking: Logic for Filipino Students. Redman Printing Press. Corazon.. 2008  Buenaflor.. 2004 . Introduction to Logic. Logic: The Philosophical Discipline of Correct Thinking. National Bookstore. 4th Edition. Santiago. Books Atbp. 2003  Cruz. 4th Edition. Eddie. Alma. Logic: The Art of Reasoning.  Babor.

 To see is to believe. Your friend gave you these 2 plates and it just so happened that this will be your first time to see such foods. Your friend maintained that plate B is the real food. How would you know that the other is not real? What are your grounds that made you claim on such assertion? – OUTPUT (10 POINTS) .

 A world inspired wonder  –admiration: responding to an invitation to inquire why things are the way they are.  SPECULATIONS:  Absence of technology  To support our ignorance:  We create myths  to guess what the world out of is made  WHAT WOULD YOU DEMAND?  CHANGES THAT DEMAND EXPLANATION!  TRANSITION THAT TAKES PLACE?  From ignorance to science! . GREEKS  Awed by the world of nature  Offering: endless variety of activity:  bodily things both living and non-living.

. Universal Science:  encompassing the totality of reality  Rejects:  myth.  Makes conclusion using:  empirical evidence. hearsay and wishful thinking.

such as book or a chair. (E. we cannot observe or experience the mind itself which is having these thoughts. but we cannot see the underlying matter itself. ideas. and comprehensiveness are crucial in ascertaining reality. fruit)  Although we can experience in our minds thoughts. comprehensibility. ideas. and desires.g. simplicity. . desires and fantasies.  Consistency. What is real? What is the difference between appearance and reality --the unreal and real?  Result of conditioned education: relying on appearance  Unobservable entities:  We can see things made of matter.

 Utilitarianism: greatest pleasure or happiness for the greatest number  Jeremy Bentham: quantitative in the evaluation of pleasure  John Stuart Mill: qualitative approach . should we consider only our own good (egoism) or the good of others (altruism)  Subjectivism:  morality exists only in the eye of the beholder  Objectivists:  morality exists independently of what anyone thinks is right or wrong. In making moral decisions.

It asks the questions: What is knowledge? What is truth?  Empiricists:  General ideas are formed from the examination of particular facts --“induction.  All lasers are optical devices.  Therefore. To determine the valid sources of knowledge and truths so as not to be deluded. laws. some optical devices are surgical instruments.” (assumptions)  Knowledge through sense experience  Three oranges in a crate. .  Pragmatists:  Value in use in relation to its potential consequence is the real test of truth and meaning.”  Real knowledge is based on logic. methods that reason develops.  Rationalists:  There exist a general law to which particular facts can be understood --“deduction.  Some lasers are surgical instruments.

 Aristotle on truth:  Agreement of knowledge with reality  Truth exists when the mind’s mental representations (ideas) correspond with things in the objective world. Detecting faulty arguments whether it is valid or invalid in daily discourse. .

God is blind!” .  nagmamahal ako.TRUTH CLAIMS?  “masarap magmahal. samakatuwid…  masarap ako!”  God is love.  but love is blind.  Therefore.

 para kang libag... sakin ang  Tae ka ba?  Di kasi kita matiis at magawang tapakan. kung may rabis ang laway mo.  para kung ayaw mo’t sa gusto.  handa akong maulol.  Politiko ka ba?  Boto kasi parents ko sayo!  Utot ka ba?  Ang hirap mo kasing pakawalan! . MAHALIKAN LANG KITA… bagsak mo…  sana ulan ka at lupa ako.  Tapos na ba ang exam mo?  Para ako naman sagutin mo.  pilit kitang inaalis pero balik ka pa rin ng balik  kulangot ka ba??  hard to get ka kasi .

DIVISION OF LOGIC SIMPLE APPREHENSION 2. REASONING 1. JUDGMENT 3. .

. 3. SIMPLE APPREHENSION (“Intuitionism”) 1. Apprehension (capture):  Thing is held mentally. intellect grasps the essence of something. Simple:  without any affirmation or denial about it. 2.

.JUDGMENT Mental operation that pronounces:  the identity or non-identity between two ideas.

REASONING A mental act that proceeds from the previously known truth to a new truth. .

 SIMPLE APPREHENSION:  JUDGMENT:  REASONING: .

:  organic order of parts in a united whole.  Beauty helps us to rise from purely physical existence into the realm of intellect and spirit. Capacity to produce feelings that are pleasant  Plato:  beauty is identical with the good  Aristotle: beauty is symmetry. .  Gadamer: our tastes and judgments regarding beauty work in connection with:  one’s own personal experience and culture. proportion.

 FUTURE?  If he knows the future:  UNFOLD EXACTLY TO HIS FOREKNOWLEDGE  OTHERWISE: IGNORANT!  IF IT’S A NECESSITY =  FREEDOM? . WHAT WOMEN WANT   If God is omniscient.

or he is benevolent but ignorant? .CONCLUSION seems to be:  Either God is omniscient but immoral.

Man → World → School → Work → Death → ? MARX Loss of Meaning Framework: loss & gain Recovery? → Thesis: Bourgeois (Capitalist) → → → State Capitalist → Workers ↑Meaning in life: free time Businessmen → Exploitation/ Suffering → → Antithesis: revolution Synthesis: Communist Society No Private Ownership → SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY → Class Structure Alienation/ separation Worker to the product/ activities Religion: Opium → Parts: Replaceable .

 ceaseless search for the ultimate meaning of life.  PROBLEMS THAT NEEDED SUBSTANTIAL ANSWERS  LOGICAL (problems of reasoning)  ETHICAL (problems of morality)  EPISTEMOLOGICAL (problems of truth)  THEOLOGICAL (problems of God)  SOCIAL (problems of the society)  AESTHETICAL (problems of art and beauty) → BRANCHES IN PHILOSOPHY .