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Final-Fall1995-96-Ibrahim-Najjar - CIVEIZATTON SEQUENCE 20...

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Unformatted text preview: CIVEIZATTON SEQUENCE 20] FINAL EXAMINATION TWO HOURS JANUARY 24, 1996 PROF. I. NAJJAR Choose one of the following two questions: -- Theconcepfionofthegoodmanwasonemajorconcem thatyouencounteredin several ofyour readings. (A) What is the role of fieedom in Aristotle's conception of the good man which he develops in his ethics? (B) According to Lucretius, how does a man become good and does this response difier fi‘orn Aristotle's answer? (C) How does Roman civilization, as seen through Virgil' 5 eyes, define goodness inits tmnandinwhatways does Aeneas embodythis definition? (E) From Aristotle' s ethical perspective, was Oedipus a good man and why? 2-- The (smash-action of a theory of knowledge plays an essential role in Aristotle's metaphysics. (A) What does Aristotle mean by saying that everyone desires to know by nature and what constitutes knowledge for him? (It) Does Lucretius believe that knowledge of the world afl'ect man's character in being good or bad and how? (C) What knowledge is relevant to building the moral character of the Roman citizen, according to Virgil, and does Aeneas constitute the model for that Roman character? (D) How would Plato criticize Aristotle‘s theory of knowledge? Good Luck ...
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