2 Tutorials that teach Philosophical and Non-Philosophical Inquiry
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Philosophical and Non-Philosophical Inquiry

Philosophical and Non-Philosophical Inquiry

Author: Glenn Kuehn

In this lesson, students will distinguish between philosophical and non-philosophical questions. 

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Notes on "Philosophical and Non-Philosophical Inquiry"

(00:00 - 00:44) Introduction and Review

(00:45 - 01:13) Content of Tutorial

(01:14 - 02:14) Compare/Contrast Philosophy and Science

(02:15 - 04:14) Difference in Methods Example 1

(04:15 - 05:22) Difference in Methods Example 2

(05:23 - 06:27) Philosophy vs. Opinion

(06:28 - 08:24) Difference in Approaches to Same Topic

(08:25 - 09:16) Summary