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Philosophy Notes University Of Oxford Philosophy Notes

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Collected notes on Aristotle and Plato, Hume's Standard of Taste, Intention in Art, and the Definition of Art (between 5000 and 7000 words each). Tutorial essays on those topics above, with further essays (all essays between 2000 and 3000 words) on Forgery, and Kant, both with accompanying notes (although of lower quality - around 1500 words of notes each). All notes are written in full and clear sentences, with relevant important sections and comments highlighted. I tried to write my later notes (those for the top four topics, not Kant or Forgery) as if they were to explain the topics back to myself, requiring minimal assumed background knowledge. I received consistent mid to high 2.1s for the essays as submitted in their present form.

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Aesthetics Notes

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  • Grade: 2.1
  • Institution: University Of Oxford (unaffiliated)
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Level: Undergraduate

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