Final-Fall-2005-06-Genz-Hermann

Final-Fall-2005-06-Genz-Hermann - Dr. Hermann Genz Final...

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Dr. Hermann Genz 26.01.2006 Final Examination for CS 201-4 In your own interest please write in a way that I can read your text! I. Choose between one of the two short questions on the philosophical works. Answer in five to six sentences (20%). Question 1: How does Plato define a philosopher? or Question 2: Describe Aristotle . II. Choose between one of the two short questions on the non-philosophical works . Answer in five to six sentences (20%). Question 3: Is Oedipus just a passive victim of fate, or is there room for his own free will in ? or Question 4: Aeneas is described as a stoic hero. What are the principles of stoicism? How do these principles relate to the following passage from the Aeneid? What does Virgil imply with this passage? Virgil, Aeneid (Book 12, lines 946-952): then burning with mad passion and terrible in his wrath, h
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III. Choose between one of the essay questions (60%) Question 5: Explain s simile of the cave and draw a sketch of the cave. Plato, The Republic (Book VII, 514b):
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