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201exam1_review08 - History of Science 201 / Integrated...

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History of Science 201 / Integrated Liberal Studies 201 (1st Hour Exam) The exam will consist of two parts. In part one, you will choose 4 (four) of 7 (seven) identification items. On each one, write a paragraph that includes what the term means and how it relates to the material covered in this course. Each identification counts for 10% of the exam grade, for a total of 40% (about 5 minutes apiece). In part two, you will answer one essay question (60%; about 30 minutes) from a choice of two or three of the questions listed below. sexagesimal system Smith papyrus ontology epistemology “Pythagorean” triples Pythagorean school Alexandria Presocratics The two-sphere model ecliptic celestial sphere monism materialism Miletus the apeiron atomists Parmenides Zeno of Elea Eudoxus Concentric-sphere- planetary models retrograde motion Plato Timaeus Demiurge World of Forms allegory of the cave Platonic solids Aristotle syllogism the four elements the four qualities the 4 Aristotelian causes form/matter distinction
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course HIST SCI 201 taught by Professor Shank during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin.

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