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CS-201-3_Final_Exam_ - CS 201 Section 3 Final Examination 26 January2009 Name Stdt No Time limit two hours Take time to organize your answers and

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CS 201, Section 3, Final Examination Name 26 January—2009 Stdt. No. Time limit: two hours. Take time to organize your answers and write clearly. Read over the entire exam before starting; you may find some of the quotations helpful in answering the essay questions. You may answer the questions in any order, but clearly indicate the number of the question in your exam booklet. Return this exam sheet with your booklet. Part A (50 percent): Answer one of the following essay topics: 1. Write an essay in which you compare and contrast the ideas of Plato, Aristotle, and Lucretius about how to achieve true happiness. What do the authors’ respective views tell us about the ideal life of the individual and the ideal society? 2. Write an essay in which you compare and contrast the idea of responsibility in any three of the books we have read by Plato, Aristotle, Lucretius, and Virgil. You may want to address the following issues: the individual’s responsibility to others in society, to the gods, to herself or himself. Who determines that responsibility? What kind of society do these philosophers advocate? Part B
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2010 for the course CVSP 201 taught by Professor Variousteachers during the Spring '10 term at American University of Beirut.

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CS-201-3_Final_Exam_ - CS 201 Section 3 Final Examination 26 January2009 Name Stdt No Time limit two hours Take time to organize your answers and

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