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I'm Barbara Goodrich, Ph.D.. Here are some documents useful for my philosophy courses at the University of Colorado Online.
Of course, you're welcome to view them if you're not an “official” philosopher or student, too.
On Writing and Style:
Auntie Barbara's Guide to Writing Like an Ivy-Leaguer
Auntie Barbara on Why Plagiarism Is Evil and How to Avoid It
On Reasoning and Informal Logic:
Fallacies with Auntie Barbara
Overall argument structure
Undocumented Immigrants and Racism
Defining Racism and Sexism
The Epistemology of Ideology: The Gestalt and Perspectivism
The Protestant Work Ethic and Consumerism
Why Racism and Sexism are Sloppy and Unintelligent
Ruling Class, Ruling Ideas: How You Work Influences How You Think
Some Obscuring Ideological Beliefs under Capitalism
Ideological Analyses and Strategies from Laing and Nietzsche
Examples of Economic Tensions Leading to Racism
On Economics and Marxism:
A Brief Introduction to Marx
A Brief Overview of Marx
Hegel and Marx on Dialectic
Correcting Some Common U.S. Misconceptions about Marx
Terms for Marx
Basic Economic Terms from Adam Smith and Marx
A Few Economic Myths
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