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  1. Introduction
    Introduction: Essential Philosophy (Preview Content)
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  2. Dr. Schenk’s Story: Essential Philosophy (Preview Content)
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  3. Lessons & Discussions
    Lesson 1: Fundamental Distinctions Used in Philosophy (Preview Content)
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  4. Discussion 1: Paying Attention to Your Own Thinking
  5. Lesson 2: Popular Errors in Academia (Preview Content)
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  6. Discussion 2: Discussion of Three Common Academic Errors
  7. Lesson 3: Skepticism about Truth (Preview Content)
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  8. Lesson 4: Three Examples of Faulty Reasoning
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  9. Lesson 5: Ontology–The Study of Being
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  10. Discussion 3: Discussion of the Ontological Argument
  11. Lesson 6: Anselm’s Ontological Argument for the Existence of God
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  12. Lesson 7: Anselm’s Ontological Argument Continued
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  13. Discussion 4: Alvin Plantinga’s Contribution to Arguments for the Existence of God
  14. Lesson 8: Aquinas’ Cosmological Argument for the Existence of God
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  15. Lesson 9: Craig’s Cosmological Argument for the Existence of God
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  16. Discussion 5: Why Do We Keep Arguing about the Existence of God?
  17. Lesson 10: Grunbaum’s Response to the Cosmological Argument
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  18. Discussion 6: Why is There Something and Not Nothing?
  19. Lesson 11: Introduction to the Problem of Evil
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  20. Lesson 12: Solution to the Problem of Evil
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  21. Discussion 7: The Problem of Evil
  22. Lesson 13: Theodicies for the Greater Good Argument
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  23. Lesson 14: William Rowe’s Evidential Version of the Problem of Evil Argument
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  24. Lesson 15: The Design Argument for the Existence of God
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  25. Lesson 16: The Fine-Tuning Argument for the Existence of God
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  26. Lesson 17: The Fine-Tuning Argument Continued
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  27. Discussion 8: The Fine-Tuning Argument
  28. Lesson 18: The Free Will Debate
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  29. Discussion 9: The Free Will Debate
  30. Lesson 19: David Hume’s Radical Empiricism and Argument Against Causation
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  31. Lesson 20: Roderick Chisholm’s Theory of Agency
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  32. Lesson 21:Chisholm’s Critique of Hume’s Compatibilist Theory of Action
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  33. Lesson 22: The Need for a Theory of Action
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  34. Lesson 23: Frankfurt’s Theory of Action
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  35. Discussion 10: Why Educators Should Study Philosophy
  36. Discussion 11: Why Dr. Schenk Moved from Atheism to Theism
  37. End of Course Test
    End of Course Test: Essential Philosophy
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Quiz Lesson 22: The Need for a Theory of Action