Worksheet 0227-1st Exam - PHL329L Early Modern Phil TA Mina...

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PHL329L Early Modern Phil TA: Mina Fei-Ting Chen Worksheet 02272008  About the First Exam I. Grade Distribution of the 1 st  Mini-Test Among 54 students A (25.0-22.5): 12 students  (22%) B (22.4-20.0): 18 students (34%) C (19.9-17.5): 6 students (11%) D (17.4-15.0): 9 students (16.5%) Failed: 9 student (16.5%) We have a few students who did outstanding jobs, including Michael Barnett, Sony Reddy, Beau Bouldin, Darin  Henley, and Rohit Venkatesan. Thanks Michael for sharing his exam with us. Go check out these exams ( if they are  willing to let you take a look at them ). II. My Office Hours My office hours: Tuesday 2-3:30pm and Thursday 3-3:30pm at WAG427. I encourage you to come by at those  times and discuss how you can improve your exam. But before seeing me, please take a look at Michael’s exam and  read the following discussions.  III. About the 1 st  Exam General suggestions 1. Elaborate the main ideas of the related “key concepts” or “arguments”. You don’t want to be too concise.  Don’t just give me three sentences. Please write  a whole paragraph  for each question. How to elaborate?— For arguments, focus on analyzing its premises and how those premises lead to the conclusion; for key  concepts, offer us an accurate definition and explain what it means.  2. Our evaluation is based on whether or not you could catch the key concepts and exhibit your understanding  of the arguments.  Discussion of the Test 1. HOW DOES THE MONK GUANILO OBJECT TO ANSELM’S “ONTOLOGICAL” PROOF OF GOD’S EXISTENCE?
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