PHILOSOPHY OPTIONAL NOTES: Ambarish Vemuri, Rank 150, CSE – 2015

PHILOSOPHY OPTIONAL NOTES Ambarish Vemuri, Rank 150, CSE – 2015 INDIAN PHILOSOPHY  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2eyk3sNaSNmM1dSUW51WlA3S2M/view?usp=sharing WESTERN PHILOSOPHY     https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2eyk3sNaSNmZWo5dUgxd0V6YWc/view?usp=sharing   PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION :    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2eyk3sNaSNmYWJlS095dzAyNTg/view?usp=sharing SOCIO-POLITICAL :    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2eyk3sNaSNmWUF2UFdjaFl0cWc/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxoiosayxKCwd3hnV3Jnei1NMW8/view?usp=sharing

Strategy for PHILOSOPHY Optional: Ambarish V L Vemuri, Rank – 150 CSE – 2015

Strategy for Philosophy Optional AMBARISH V L VEMURI Rank – 150, CSE – 2015 Marks : Paper 1 : 124 Paper 2: 125 What are the Sources: Indian Philosophy – Dutta and Chatterjee, CD Sharma. Notes of Patanjali and Mitra’s IAS Coaching classes. Western Philosophy – Y Masih for classical western philosophy. Mitras and Patanjali …

PHILOSOPHY-2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 27

PHILOSOPHY-2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 27 Archives Explain the theory of logical construction. Does it provide a satisfactory account of knowledge? State and discuss Russell’s analysis of Definite Descriptions. Critically discuss Moore’s Refutation of Idealism.

PHILOSOPHY-2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 26

PHILOSOPHY-2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 26 Archives Are the arguments given by G.E. Moore against Idealism adequate?Give reasons for your answer. What is Russell’s idea of ‘Incomplete symbols’ in his theory of description? Discuss. What does Moore want to establish when he asserts that propositions like “Earth exists or we have consciousness” are truism? Discuss.   

PHILOSOPHY-2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 25

PHILOSOPHY-2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 25 Archives Distinguish between atomic and general proposition. Show how they are justified true . Comment : ‘ Moore’s defence of common sense essentially is defence of common language ’  Explain the theory of definite descriptions according to Russell.