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Introduction to Philosophy Phil 101.02 , 6:00 - 8:05 PM, Tu & Th Instructor: Gayle Young-Dohrman CWU, Winter Quarter, 2010 Office Hours: Tu, Th, 4-5 PM, & after class Room : Barge 103 Room: SS 101 Phone: 509-963-3054 or x1842 E-mail: [email protected] Material covered for Multiple-Choice Final Quiz on March 18: 1. Aristotle Chapter 4, pp. 68-92. 2. Classical Philosophy after Aristotle: Chapter 5 pp. 93-112 3. Video: The Day the Universe Changed: Medieval Conflict: Faith and Reason, VT-2523 4. Philosophy in the Early Middle Ages: St. Anselm’s Ontological Argument for God, Chapter 7, p. 139-142 5. Philosophy during the Renaissance: Chapter 9, pp. 187-194, 194-199. Bacon and Hobbes 6. Rationalism on the Continent: Chapter 10, pp. 204-215. Descartes 7. Empiricism in Britain, Chapter 11, pp. 229-239. Locke 8. Pragmatism and Process Philosophy, Chapter 17, pp. 371-380. Peirce and James General Study Topics for Multiple-Choice Final Quiz on March 18 : 1. Aristotle approaches philosophy from the perspective of a biologist. Conception of soul different than Plato. Golden Mean used in ethics. Matter (potentiality) and form (actuality) describe all determinate objects. 2. Epicurus uses the theories of atomism (metaphysical) and hedonism (ethical) to help achieve personal tranquility because it removes the fear of death and of retribution of the gods.
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