Philosophy - Chiropractic Student

Philosophy 103

Proving Innate Intelligence, Questioning Statistical Analysis, Applying Philosophy to the Patient


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  • Define intelligence
  • Describe the process of falsification and how it is applied to science
  • Explain why intelligence must precede energy/matter
  • Explain why the placebo effect cannot exist in a mechanistic world view
  • Explain why adaptation is the basis of chiropractic research

Robert Affolter, DC

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$22.00 USD

Philosophy 102

The Basis of Chiropractic


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  • Explain the basis of chiropractic, as taught by DD Palmer.
  • Recite DD Palmer's definition of disease.
  • Explain the Founder's concept of subluxation.
  • Using DD's words, justify the statement: Spine straightening is not chiropractic.
  • Compare and contrast spinal manipulation with chiropractic adjustment.

Robert Affolter, DC

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$20.00 USD

Philosophy 101

The Basis of Philosophical Argument, Deduction, Induction, Fallacies


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  • Analyze an argument and identify the premises and conclusion
  • Critique deductive and inductive arguments
  • Define valid and invalid reasoning
  • Recognize informal fallacies
  • Analyze cause and effect relationships

Robert Affolter, DC

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$20.00 USD