ILS_HS 201 fall10 exam 2 guide

ILS_HS 201 fall10 exam 2 guide - Second Exam Study Guide

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Unformatted text preview: Second Exam Study Guide ThefirstexamwillbeheldinclassonThursday,November4.Itwillconsistoftwo sections,anidentificationsection(worth40%ofthegrade)andawritingsection(worth 60%ofthegrade).Theexamwillbeclosedbookandclosednote. Part 1: Identification section (40%) Intheidentificationsection,youwillbegivenaseriesofprimarysourceexcerpts(all excerptswillbetakenfromtheCourseReader,pp.5759,6364,6770,7378,9599, 109)thatyouwillneedtomatchwiththecorrectterm.Topreparefortheidentification section,befamiliarwiththeCourseReadermaterialandthefollowingterms. liberalarts trivium quadrivium urbanschools Abelard Anselm PeterAbelard naturalism artsfaculty theologyfaculty UniversityofParis handmaidenthesis reasonrevelation radicalAristotelianism(LatinAverroism) condemnationof1277 doctrineofdoubletruth creationexnihilo determinism divineomnipotence Renaissancehumanism AndreasVesalius, On the fabric of the human body(1543) sectordemonstratorlector regimenpharmacysurgery realism instrumentalism GeorgPeurbach, New theories of the planets(ca.1454) JohannesMuller(Regiomontanus), Epitome of the Almagest(1496) Copernicus, On the revolutions of the heavenly spheres(1543) heliocentrism geocentrism WittenbergInterpretation AndreasOsiander stellarparallax TychoBrahe(Tychonicmodel) GalileoGalilei, Starry messenger(1610) Part 2: Writing section (60%) Ontheexam,youwillbeaskedtowriteanessaythatarguesagainstone(1)ofthe commonbutproblematicclaimsaboutthehistoryofsciencelistedbelow.Onlytwoof thesehistoricalclaimswillappearontheactualexam,butyouwillbeabletochoose whichonetoargueagainst.Youmustmakeuseoftwo(2)primarysourceexcerptsfrom Part1oftheexamasevidenceforyourargument.Youcanprepareforthewriting sectionbystudyingtheprimarysourcematerialfromtheCourseReader,andthe informationpresentedinlectures,sections,assignments,andtextbooksforthisclass. Nooutsideresearchisnecessarytowriteagoodessay. HINT:copyingtheprimarysourceexcerptsintoyouressayorwritingthat"quote6 supportsmyargument"or"Ichoosequotes2and6insupportofmyargument"willnot earnyoupoints!Youneedtoshowthatyouunderstandthecontextandthe significanceoftheprimarysourceexcerptsyouselect,ANDyouneedtoexplain specificallyhowtheprimarysourceexcerptsyouselecthelpyouargueagainstthe historicalclaiminquestion.Doingsomeansdrawingonyourknowledgeoftheperiod andtheauthor,andonyourunderstandingofthespecificissuesaddressedinthe primarysource. 1."Religionandsciencehavebeenatwarthroughouthistory,aswecanseeinthe medievalandRenaissanceperiods." 2."Incontrastwithmedievalthinkers,whoacceptedwhathadbeenhandeddownfrom antiquitywithoutquestion,Renaissancehumanistsbrokewithancientauthorityin ordertoradicallytransformtheirfieldsofstudy." 3."EducationalinstitutionsinthemedievalandRenaissanceperiodsmerelyrecovered andtransmittedancientknowledgeaboutnaturebutdidnotcontributetothefurther developmentofnaturalknowledge." ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course ORGANIC CH 341 taught by Professor Idk during the Spring '11 term at Wisconsin.

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