Final-Fall2007-08-Hermann-Genz

Final-Fall2007-08-Hermann-Genz - Dr. Hermann Genz Final...

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Dr. Hermann Genz 29.01.2008 Final Examination for CS 201-11 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 (10%). Question 1: What are the main points of Aristotle’s ‘Doctrine of the mean’? or Question 2: Socrates obviously is not afraid of dying. How does he imagine what might happen to humans after death? II. Choose between one of the two short questions on the non-philosophical works. Answer in five to six sentences (10%). Question 3: Is Oedipus just a passive victim of fate, or is there room for free will? or Question 4: Which are the three experiences in Gilgamesh’s life that lead to his development from a tyrant to a wise king?
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III. Choose between one of the two essay questions (40%). Question 5: Explain Plato’s simile of the cave and draw a sketch of the cave. Plato, The Republic (Book VII, 514b):
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