A-quiz-prep - Phil 383 Knowledge and Reality Fall 2010 Quiz...

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Phil 383 Knowledge and Reality Fall 2010 Quiz Preparation for Part A Quiz date: Tuesday Sep 28 th in section. Bring stuff to write with. We’ll bring stuff to write on. Format: This will mainly be shortish-answer, rather than (say) multiple choice or mad-libs. Strategy: You don’t need to learn the names, dates, ranks, serial numbers, etc. of any philosophers or even of any theories (or the dates of any battles or wars). But you do need some sense of what the theories say, i.e, for some issue, you need to know what the alternative answers might be (but not necessarily their ism names). The questions on the quiz will be quite similar to those below but might be a little different. For instance where the prep questions below ask you to pick a view or example of a certain kind to discuss, the quiz question might supply the view or example to discuss. So it would be good for you to know a range of views or examples, and not to come to the test ready to discuss only one precanned item. Finally I am not out to trip you up on irrelevancies but expect to choose (and give weight to) questions based on how important their subject matter is for what is to come in the course. That’s only a little hint, but the better you “get” the course (and me) the more you will be able to use the hint. The paragraphs in
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2010 for the course PHILOSOPHY 383 taught by Professor Lormand during the Fall '10 term at University of Michigan.

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A-quiz-prep - Phil 383 Knowledge and Reality Fall 2010 Quiz...

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