////PH203 Notes

PH203 Notes

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Very detailed notes on the topics listed below. Explains concisely what you need to know, from basic theoretical background to real-world applications, and counterarguments. There are 8 unique documents and a total page count of  50 pages. All documents contain past paper questions at the end. This student received a 2:1 for this module in 2016. 

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Very detailed notes on the topics listed below. Explains concisely what you need to know, from basic theoretical background to real-world applications, and counterarguments. There are 8 unique documents and a total page count of 50 pages.
 

Topics:

 
1. Feminist Social Science
What is Feminist Social Science?
Longinos community values
Wylie: 4 commitments that FSS principles have centered upon
FSS: Research Subjects
Critiques and Responses to FSS
What is Hermeneutical Injustice (HI)?
What makes HI so wrong?
Impact of HI on self-identity & link with FSS
 
2. Critical Social Science
What is a critical theory?
The Basic Scheme of CSS
Examples of critical social theory: Marxs theory of capitalism & Feminism
Some criticisms of CSS
Contrasting Positivist and Critical Social Sciences
Is CSS value-laden?
 
3. Homo economicus vs. sociologicus
Theories of HE and HS
-Consider: how HE governing HS
-Consider: how HS governing HE
Some objections to Heap
-Essay plan: “In every homo sociologicus, there is a homunculus oeconomicus at work.” Discuss.
Hollis: Redefining HS
 
4. The Construction of Social Reality (2 documents)
Epistemic and Ontological objectivity/subjectivity
Types of facts and features
How social reality is constructed
Critiques of Searles account
Summary of Searle
-2nd document (“Searle – extra”) contains last-minute notes for just before the exam 🙂
 
5. Evolutionary Psychology
What is Evolutionary Psychology?
Arguments supporting Evolutionary Psych
Arguments against Evolutionary Psych
 
6. The Historical Method
The naturalistic method
How to use the Historical Method
Arguments for the Historical Method
Critiques of Collingwood
 
All documents contain past paper questions at the end. This student received a 2:1 for this module in 2016. 

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