Syllabus100B - Brian Copenhaver([email protected] 334...

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Unformatted text preview: Brian Copenhaver ([email protected]) 334 Dodd Hall: F 12:15-2:15 Week 1: After Antiquity Marenbon, 1-85; A-C Marenbon, A-C Week 2: God & Philosophy Marenbon, 85-171; D-G Marenbon, D-G Week 3: Scholasticism Marenbon, 171-270; H-K Marenbon, H-K Week 4: After Scholasticism Marenbon, 271-351; L-M Marenbon, L-M Week 5: Peter of Spain Summaries of Logic 1 “Introductions” 2 “Predicables” Week 6: Peter of Spain Summaries of Logic 3 “Predicaments” 4 “Syllogisms” Week 7: Peter of Spain Summaries of Logic 5 “Places” 7.1-43 “Fallacies” Week 8: Burgersdijck Logick Week 9: Burgersdijck Logick Week 10: Descartes 10 Discourse on the Method 1-4 Grading I Grading • weekly discussion sections (15%) – presence • non-presence = more than two absences – participation • participation = willingness to participate – 15%, 13%, 0% • quizzes administered in sections (25%); drop lowest grade quizzes – in most sections (not this week) – about five minutes – open book, but no electronic devices – questions about the readings, as explained by lectures – true/false; fill in the blank – quizzable material: previous week’s readings and lectures Grading II Grading • performance in a mid-term examination (30%) • performance in a final examination (30%) – essay questions – take-home – choice of questions – distributed in advance – writing counts – lateness penalized – turned in to TAs – email and paper copy Grading II Grading • • • performance in a mid-term examination (30%) performance in a final examination (30%) mid-term questions based on – lectures and readings; Marenbon ‘Studies’ lectures – turned in by 11:00 AM, Fri Feb 5 turned • final questions based on – lectures and readings: passages from Peter of Spain, lectures Burgersdijck and Descartes Burgersdijck – turned in by 11:00 AM, Fri Mar 19 Grading III Grading • • • no make-up tests or quizzes miss quizzes, lose points miss mid-term – double the final grade – reduce grade by one level • miss both examinations or the final – fail the course ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course PHILOSOPHY 100B taught by Professor Copenhaver during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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