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EXAM #2 is an essay exam. This exam is based on all the e-lectures posted on CANVAS for the week of 10/29/18 (Lecture 5.1 and Lecture 5.2 ), and the week of 11/05/18 (Lecture 6.1 , Lecture 6.2 , Lecture 6.3 and Lecture 7.1 ). Please be sure that you have carefully re-read all these e-lectures before you do this exam. Also, please review the philosophical claims of Plato . In this exam you are to answer separately (thoroughly and thoughtfully) each question asked in each number. Be sure to answer each question in complete sentences (not fragments). Be sure to proofread your answer for clarity, coherence and correctness in grammar, spelling, punctuation mark, etc. Make sure that you label or identify each part of your answer (for example, #1A, 1B, 1C, etc.). Please do not lump together your answers. Your answer must be word-processed, double-spaced, using 10-12 font size and number the pages of exam. If you quote a passage from the reading to support your answer to a question you need to cite reference (using parenthetical citation) for that passage you are quoting from the reading. This exam is worth 100 points . Be sure to answer ALL the questions asked. Be sure to write your NAME, ID number and COURSE NUMBER on the 1st page of your exam paper. EXAM #2 is due this SUNDAY, 11/11/18 (11:59 pm) Lecture 5.1 Aristotle's Theory Of Hylomorphism.pdf Lecture 5.2 - Aristotle's Theory of Ideogenesis.pdf Lecture 6.1 - On the Existence of God.pdf Lecture 6.2 - St. Anselm & Proslogion.pdf Lecture 6.3 - Gaunilo and the Argument of the Lost Island.pdf Lecture 7.1 - St. Thomas Aquinas and the Five Ways.pdf Phil 113 - Exam #2 - FT2 - FALL 2018.pdf Phil 113: EXAM #2 – FT2 - FALL 2018 NOTE: PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING VERY CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU DO THIS EXAM, and MAKE SURE YOU FULLY UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU ARE REQUIRED TO DO IN THIS EXAM.
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EXAM #2 is an essay exam. This exam is based on all the e-lectures posted on CANVAS for the week of 10/29/18 (Lecture 5.1 and Lecture 5.2), and the week of 11/05/18 (Lecture 6.1, Lecture 6.2, Lecture 6.3 and Lecture 7.1. Please be sure that you have carefully re-read all these e-lectures before you do this exam. Also, please review the philosophical claims of Plato. In this exam you are to answer separately (thoroughly and thoughtfully) each question asked in each number. Be sure to answer each question in complete sentences (not fragments). Be sure to proofread your answer for clarity, coherence and correctness in grammar, spelling, punctuation mark, etc. Make sure that you label or identify each part of your answer (for example, #1A, 1B, 1C, etc.). Please do not lump together your answers. Your answer must be word-processed, double-spaced, using 10-12 font size and number the pages of exam. If you quote a passage from the reading to support your answer to a question you need to cite reference (using parenthetical citation) for that passage you are quoting from the reading.
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