summer-Phil 20B Review2

summer-Phil 20B Review2 - Phil 20B Review The final is on...

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Phil 20B Review The final is on Thursday July 31st 9.30-10.35am. It will consist of multiple essay questions of varying length (three levels). You will have a choice of questions (e.g. in level two to answer 2 of 3 questions). Please bring a blue book. This is a Philosophy course, so historical details will not be examined. The following is a list of concepts from which the final test questions will be developed. Make sure to not only understand each concept, but also the particular concept’s relationship to other concepts on the list. You should be able to produce 1-2 examples to the concepts or 1-2 objections to the arguments. PART A Metaphysics Epistemology Argument Reconstruction Argument Evaluation Problem of Evil Theodicy (with 1 example) Free Will Theodicy Libertarian Free Will Determinism Compatibilism Presentism Augustine on the subjectivity of time Contingent/Necessary facts Aristotle on the truth of contingent facts A priori Claim A posteriori Claim A priori/ a posteriori argument
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