PHL 103 - 1st Test Study Guide

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Unformatted text preview: Details regarding next Thursday's test: * the test will have 4 essay questions from which you will choose 2 for your response (total 14pt) * the test will have 11 true/false questions (total 11pt) * all questions will relate to our class discussions and readings from The Apology and The Republic * you will have the entire 75 minutes to take the test * the test is closed book & notes (bring only pen/pencil please) Details regarding foci of questions: * how does Socrates respond to the charge of corrupting the youth? He asked a question if he corrupted the youth intentionally or not intentionally. And if it was unintentionally, judges cannot give charges for something done with no intention. Beside, in case it was unintentionally but only accidentally, Meletus should come to Socrates and let him understand that what he did was wrong so next time he would not repeat it again. Also if I made it intentionally, what evil I have made to the youth to corrupt them. And if the young people wouldnt come to me and tell me themselves, made to the youth to corrupt them....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PHL 103 taught by Professor Tibbetts during the Winter '08 term at University of Dayton.

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