Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author. While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
A former student’s inspiring words: “ As a student of chiropractic, I have learned awe for the human body and the capability for humans to grow, heal and adapt to new stressors. The chemical dance maintained by innate intelligence from moment to moment is astounding….
…The mechanical balance achieved by the opposition of flexors and extensors using the bones of the body as levers is stunning. The development of an entire person from two haploid cells is truly awesome…
…And the fact that I am blessed to have helped patients improve their neurological function through chiropractic adjustments is humbling.” Jennifer Wojcik, D.C., PCC class 072
Phil 112 Final Exam Information • Exam is Friday, 10/15, 7:45 a.m., Room W210 only (not W216)
Exam: • I anticipate 30-35 points • Multiple-Choice, True-False, Matching formats • The following information and links to handouts will be posted on the course webpage
Handouts to Use: • Metaphysical Concepts (PowerPoint) • Biological Concepts (PowerPoint) • Introduction to Chiropractic Principles (PowerPoint). *the two 33 Principles handouts will not be tested on directly • Reading: Dr. Lipton’s article on my webpage- “The Science of Innate Intelligence” (if you missed the video)
Things to Know: • Metaphysical Constructs: (~35%) -main doctrines: materialism, idealism, dualism -property dualism, substance dualism, dualistic interactionism -mind/matter associations… (“only mind, never matter,” etc… -intelligence, force, matter of BJ’s Philosophy= dualistic interactionism
Things to Know: • Biological Constructs: (~25%) -main doctrines: mechanism, vitalism -what is central dogma of biology -extreme/naïve vitalism, critical vitalism/organismic biology
Things to Know: • Principles of Chiropractic Philosophy (Intro) (~20%) -deductive & inductive reasoning, syllogism -Lipton’s main ideas (~20%) -33 Principles (Stephenson) (No. 1- Major Premise) -Revised 33 Principles (Koch): organization- Universal, Biological, Chiropractic principles “intelligence” definition