Exam 1 Review
Part I. Music and Art Identification.
Music—Be prepared to identify by sound, and know the name of the musician who composed, any of the
Johann Sebastian Bach, Prelude and Fugue in C Major
Franz Schubert, Impromptu No. 2
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Allegretto, Piano Sonata k. 570
Franz Joseph Haydn, Allegro from Symphony No. 100
Art—Be prepared to identify by sight, and know the name of the artist who created, any of the following:
Jean-Honore Fragonard, The Swing
John Trumbull, The Declaration of Independence
Francisco De Goya, The Third of May 1808
Caspar David Friedrich, The Polar Sea
Part II. Logic, Technology, and Progress
Be prepared to answer multiple choice or true/false questions about deductive validity, soundness,
necessary and sufficient conditions and how they are expressed by conditionals.
Be able to identify modus ponens and modus tollens arguments and invalid arguments.
Technology and Progress—Be prepared to answer multiple-choice, true/false questions about: techno-optimism,
techno-pessimism, techno-realism, technology, techne, technological systems, revenge effects, well-being,
hedonism, list theory, perfectionism, credibility, abatement, adaptation, cost-benefit analysis, and normative
Part III. Essay Questions
There are two categories of essay question below. You will have to respond to
from each category
Category 1 questions require more original thought, argumentation, and writing. Category 2 are short answer