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        "title": "Chapter 5: Freud and the Psychoanalytic Theory Story, pt. 2",
        "description": "<p>This is Pt. 2 of Chapter 5, Freud and the Psychoanalytic Theory Story, part of an Introduction to General Psychology text development project sponsored by a grant from Affordable Learning of Georgia. </p>",
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        "description": "<p>This is Pt. I of Chapter 5, Freud and the Psychoanalytic Theory Story, part of an Introduction to General Psychology text development project sponsored by a grant from Affordable Learning of Georgia. </p>",
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        "title": "Chapter 2: How to Think Like a Psychologist: A New, Kind, Clear Conversation; Compassionate Curiosity; and Theory",
        "description": "<p>Chapter 2: How to Think Like a Psychologist: A New, Kind, Clear Conversation; Compassionate Curiosity; and Theory </p>\r\n<p>Second chapter in an Affordable Learning of Georgia-sponsored open access Introduction to General Psychology textbook</p>",
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        "title": "Chapter 1: Introduction to Introduction to General Psychology",
        "description": "<p>Introduction to Introduction to General Psychology: What it Is, and What it&#39;s For</p>\r\n<p>First chapter in an Affordable Learning of Georgia-sponsored open access Introduction to General Psychology textbook</p>",
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        "title": "Political Philosophy Reader: An Open Educational Resource",
        "description": "<p>This Political Philosophy Reader was developed as an Open Textbook (OER, Open Educational Resource) for use in a lower-level Philosophy course at Golden West College (a California Community College). It contains many of the classic and important works in Political Philosophy (or Political Theory) as well as some historical and biographical information. All of the works contain licenses that allow this work to be used and distributed freely and openly and may be printed (even for commercial purposes). Please contact the editor for comments, feedback, or suggestions. This work is effectively an anthology of many important works in Philosophy that are freely available. It meets accessibility requirements as well. The Table of Contents is listed below:<br /><br />UNIT ONE: THINKING ABOUT AND JUSTIFYING THE STATE<br />1. Introduction to Political Philosophy and The Allegory of the Cave<br />2. John Rawls&rsquo; &ldquo;Veil of Ignorance&rdquo;<br />3. Crito (Plato)<br />4. Politics, Books I &amp; II (Aristotle)<br />5. The Prince (Niccol&oacute; Machiavelli)<br />6. Leviathan (Thomas Hobbes)<br />UNIT TWO: NATURE AND PURPOSE OF THE STATE: OBLIGATIONS TO AND FROM THE STATE<br />7. The Wealth of Nations (Adam Smith)<br />8. Manifesto of the Communist Party (Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels)<br />9. Three Types of Democracies: Classic Republicanism, Liberal Democracy, and Deliberative Democracy<br />10. Speech to the Electors of Bristol (Edmund Burke)<br />11. Perpetual Peace (Immanuel Kant)<br />12. Considerations on Representative Government (John Stuart Mill)<br />UNIT THREE: BALANCING NATURAL RIGHTS, HUMAN NATURE, AND THE STATE: CONTRACTS(?)<br />13. Second Treatise on Government (John Locke)<br />14. Letter Concerning Toleration (John Locke)<br />15. Of the Social Contract, Part 1 (Jean-Jacques Rousseau)<br />16. Of the Social Contract, Part 2 (Jean-Jacques Rousseau)<br />17. A Treatise of Human Nature (David Hume)<br />18. Of Parties in General; Of the Original Contract (David Hume)<br />UNIT FOUR: LIBERTY &amp; JUSTICE<br />19. The Republic, Book I (Plato)<br />20. The Republic, Book II (Plato)<br />21. On Liberty, Part 1 (John Stuart Mill)<br />22. On Liberty, Part 2 (John Stuart Mill)<br />23. The Subjection of Women (John Stuart Mill)<br />24. A Theory of Justice (John Rawls)<br />UNIT FIVE: RULING THE STATE: AUTHORITY, POWER, AND EQUALITY<br />25. Anarchy, State, and Utopia (Robert Nozick)<br />26. The Constitution of the United States of America<br />27. The Federalist Papers, Part 1 (Alexander Hamilton and James Madison)<br />28. The Federalist Papers, Part 2 (Alexander Hamilton and James Madison)<br />29. The Origins of Totalitarianism (Hannah Arendt)</p>",
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        "title": "Introduction to Philosophy Reader: An Open Educational Resource",
        "description": "<p>This is a PPT DOWNLOAD.&nbsp; This Introduction to Philosophy Reader was developed as an Open Textbook (OER, Open Educational Resource) for use in a lower-level Philosophy course at Golden West College (a California Community College). It contains many important works with some background information on the people and history of Philosophy, as well as some original stories to spark discussion on important topics in Philosophy. All of the works contain licenses that allow this work to be used and distributed freely and openly and may be printed (even for commercial purposes). Please contact the editor for comments, feedback, or suggestions. This work is effectively an anthology of many important works in Philosophy that are freely available. It meets accessibility requirements as well. The Table of Contents is listed below:<br /><br />UNIT ONE: KNOWLEDGE AND SKEPTICISM<br />1. Introduction to Philosophy and Arguments<br />2. A Lesson in Thinking: The Trolley Problem<br />3. Theaetetus<br />4. The Republic, Book VII: The Allegory of the Cave<br />5. Descartes&rsquo; Meditations: Doubt<br />6. Hume&rsquo;s &ldquo;An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding&rdquo;: Skepticism<br />UNIT TWO: PERSONAL IDENTITY AND THE MIND-BODY PROBLEM<br />7. The Ship of Theseus<br />8. This Above All<br />9. Descartes&rsquo; Meditations: Cartesian Dualism<br />10. Hoops of Steel<br />11. The Devil Himself<br />12. Removing &ldquo;identity&rdquo; from &ldquo;persons&rdquo;: Derek Parfit<br />UNIT THREE: PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION<br />13. Science and Theology<br />14. Pascal&rsquo;s Wager<br />15. Anselm&rsquo;s Ontological Argument and Gaunilo&rsquo;s Lost Island<br />16. Aquinas&rsquo; Cosmological Argument<br />17. Paley&rsquo;s Watchmaker Argument<br />18. Hume and &ldquo;The Problem of Evil&rdquo;<br />UNIT FOUR: FREE WILL, DETERMINISM, AND RESPONSIBILITY<br />19. The Turing Test<br />20. Determinism<br />21. The Illusion of Free Will<br />22. Compatibilism<br />23. The Prisoner&rsquo;s Dilemma<br />24. The Trial of Leopold and Loeb<br />UNIT FIVE: ETHICS<br />25. The Myth of Gyges<br />26. The Euthyphro Dilemma<br />27. Utilitarianism<br />28. The Categorical Imperative<br />29. Beyond Good and Evil<br />30. Virtue Ethics</p>",
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        "title": "Beyond Race: Cultural Influences on Human Social Life",
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        "author": "Vera Kennedy",
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        "description": "<p>This Introduction to South and East Asian Philosopher Reader was developed as an Open Textbook (OER, Open Educational Resource) for use in a lower-level Philosophy course at Golden West College (a California Community College). It contains many of the classic and important works in East and South Asian Philosophies as well as some historical and biographical information. All of the works contain licenses that allow this work to be used and distributed freely and openly and may be printed (even for commercial purposes). Please contact the editor for comments, feedback, or suggestions. This work is effectively an anthology of many important works in Philosophy that are freely available. It meets accessibility requirements as well. The Table of Contents is listed below:<br /><br />UNIT ONE: FOUNDATIONS OF CHINESE AND JAPANESE PHILOSOPHY: TAOISM, CONFUCIANISM, SHINTOISM<br />1. Introduction to South and East Asian Philosophy<br />2. The Tao of Pooh: Part I<br />3. The Tao of Pooh: Part II<br />4. Confucius: Part I<br />5. Confucius: Part II<br />6. Shintoism<br />UNIT TWO: HINDU-BASED PHILOSOPHY AND JAINISM<br />7. Creation<br />8. Self and Atman<br />9. Reality and Time<br />10. Reincarnation<br />11. Karma<br />12. Hindu Meditation<br />13. Jainism<br />14. Other Eastern Religions and their Philosophies: Sikhism and Zoroastrianism<br />UNIT THREE: BUDDHIST PHILOSOPHY<br />15. Siddhartha (Part I)<br />16. Siddhartha (Part II)<br />17. Siddhartha (Part III)<br />18. Origins, Theravada, and Mahayana<br />19. Ox-Herding, Sesshin &amp; Nirvana<br />20. Koans and Meditation<br />21. Zen<br />UNIT FOUR: LET&rsquo;S FIGHT: SUN-TZU, SAMURAIS, AND MARTIAL ARTS<br />22. The Art of War (I)<br />23. The Art of War (II)<br />24. Bushido<br />25. Kung-Fu and Buddhism<br />UNIT FIVE: OTHER PARTS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD AND PARALLELS TO THE EAST<br />26. Pre-Socratics<br />27. Socrates<br />28. Plato<br />29. Aristotle</p>",
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        "date_published": "2018-08-26T06:12:57.372013",
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        "linkurl": "/EasternPhilosophyReader-NoahLevin2017.pdf",
        "author": "Noah Levin",
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        "description": "<p>Embedded Controllers Using C and Arduino/2E, this is the second edition of a newly expanded text. This text is intended as an introduction to embedded controllers for students in Electrical Engineering and Technology at the AAS and/or BS level. It begins with a discussion of the C programming language and then shifts to using the open source Arduino hardware platform. Uses both the Arduino library and more direct coding of the controller.</p>\r\n<p>Mirror sites: <a href=\"http://www2.mvcc.edu/users/faculty/jfiore/Micro/EmbeddedControllers.pdf\">http://www2.mvcc.edu/users/faculty/jfiore/Micro/EmbeddedControllers.pdf</a></p>\r\n<p><a href=\"http://www.dissidents.com/resources/EmbeddedControllers.pdf\">http://www.dissidents.com/resources/EmbeddedControllers.pdf</a></p>\r\n<p>&nbsp;</p>",
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        "title": "Ancient Philosophy Reader: An Open Educational Resource",
        "description": "pThis History of Ancient Philosophy Reader was developed as an Open Textbook (OER, Open Educational Resource) for use in a lower-level Philosophy course at Golden West College (a California Community College). It contains all of the important works with some background biographical information from Thales, through Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, to some of the Hellenistic thinkers (see below for the full content). All of the works contain licenses that allow this work to be used and distributed freely and openly and may be printed (even for commercial purposes). Please contact the editor for comments, feedback, or suggestions. This work is effectively an anthology of free translations of the most important works of Ancient Western Philosophy. It meets accessibility requirements as well. The Table of Contents is listed below:/p\r\npUNIT ONE: THE START OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY AND THE PRE-SOCRATICSnbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /1. Introduction to Philosophy and the Ship of Theseusnbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /2. Greek Language, Religion, and Thales (the start of it all!)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /3. Anaxagoras (Fragments)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /4. Heraclitus (Fragments)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /5. Parmenides and Zenorsquo;s Paradoxesnbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /6. Pythagorasnbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /UNIT TWO: SOCRATES AND PLATOnbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /7. Introduction to Plato and Socrates (Gorgias)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /8. The Socratic Method and the Role of Philosophy (Apology and Allegory of the Cave)nbsp;nbsp; br /9. The Nature of Things (Euthyphro)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /10. Philosophy and Relativism (Theaetetus)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /11. Methods of Analysis (Meno)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /12. The Forms (Phaedo and Parmenides)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /13. Metaphysics and Epistemology (The Republic, Book VII)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /14. The Forms (The Republic, Book VI)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /UNIT THREE: ARISTOTLEnbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /15. The Role of Philosophy (Categories)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /16. Aristotlersquo;s Naturalism (Physics)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /17. Aristotlersquo;s Essentialism (Topics; Categories)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /18. The Four Causes (Physics; Parts of Animals)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /19. Aristotlersquo;s Categories (Categories; De Interpretatione)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /20. Aristotlersquo;s Metaphysics (Metaphysics)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /21. Aristotle's Ethics (Nicomachean Ethics)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /UNIT FOUR: POST-SOCRATICS AND HELLENISTIC THOUGHTnbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /22. Pyrrhonismnbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /23. Epicurusnbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /24. Epictetusnbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /25. Philo of Alexandrianbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /26. Clement of Alexandrianbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /UNIT FIVE: OTHER PARTS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD AND PARALLELS TO THE WESTnbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /27. Laozi (Tao Te Ching)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /28. Confucius (Analects)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /29. Hinduism (Bhagavad-Gita)nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;br /30. Buddhism (Lankavatara Sutra)nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;/p",
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        "date_published": "2018-08-25T01:46:16.720525",
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