Review for Final Exam FSpr 2016 MDB (SL) [1] - Phil 3301 Moral Philosophy Review for Final Exam 29 April Form of the Final Exam On the final exam you

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Phil 3301: Moral Philosophy Review for Final Exam 29 April Form of the Final Exam: On the final exam, you will respond to four of the following questions with 250-400-word, well-written essays. You will answer only one question from each section: (I) the context for the course, (II) about Aristotle, (III) about Aquinas and the virtues, and (IV) about the vices. There may be only one question posed. If so, you must answer it. I may provide more than one question per section. If so, you then have a choice of which one to answer. You may use a crib sheet for the final exam. The best kind of crib sheet is one that has an outline of the answers for each question. You may not use your texts or notebooks. You may not use a laptop. You will be provided a blue book. Remember : Essays must be well-written: This includes being complete, using grammatically correct sentences, and being well-organized. It also means having well- constructed paragraphs with topic sentences, having arguments (when appropriate), and providing clear, succinct definitions or explanations, and so on. Finally, say what you have to say to answer the question completely, but no more than that. Don’t ramble on and on and on. I. Context for the course: 1. Both David Brooks and Naomi Schaeffer are worried by the findings of Christian Smith (and collaborators) about emerging adults and their views of morality. Provide a brief explanation of their four primary concerns, which we have frequently discussed in class. Then argue that either (a) Aristotle provides adequate resources to
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  • Spring '14
  • Philosophy, adequate resources, proper moral formation

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