PHIL 120 mechanics

PHIL 120 mechanics - Sam Black, Spring 2010 PHIL 120 FACTS...

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Sam Black, Spring 2010 PHIL 120 FACTS and VALUES: COURSE MECHANICS I Contact Info: Office: WMX 5608 Tel: 778-782-5537 Email: Samuel_Black@sfu.ca (Best way to reach me, but use email only for short questions dealing with course mechanics. For longer questions come see me during office hours.) Office Hours: TBA II Course Format Format: Two lectures and one tutorial per week ( no tutorials in wk 1 ). Electronic Lecture Notes: lecture notes will be mailed to students (who require an SFU account). Note: lecture notes will normally be available only after lecture is delivered. Course Text: Exploring Ethics, Steven M. Cahn (Ed.), (Oxford 2009), ISBN- 13: 978-0-19-534200-0  Assessment: Ten single paragraph reflections (1% deducted per missed assignment). For instructions for each week’s reflection(s) see the Provisional Syllabus. One essay and one revision, 500 words 20% (students not submitting a draft fail the assignment) One essay and one revision, 700 words 20% (students not submitting a draft fail the assignment) One final paper 1500 words, no revision 30%. One short final exam 30% (short answers and no essays) Note that paper word counts must be adhered to. TA’s 1
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may not correct essays that either exceed the word count or fail to include one. A Note on What You Will Be Examined On in the Final Exam The final exam is short answers and not essays. You will be examined on: all materials covered in the assigned readings; all materials from the lecture notes; and anything discussed in the lectures. The lecture notes sometimes introduce concepts that are not explicitly found in the readings. This is because the acquisition of those concepts
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2010 for the course PHIL 120 taught by Professor Evantiffany during the Spring '08 term at Simon Fraser.

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PHIL 120 mechanics - Sam Black, Spring 2010 PHIL 120 FACTS...

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