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Checklist for Success: Attended lectures and took good notes Studied powerpoints Attended discussion group(s) if possible Completed practice tests online Studied study guide Asked questions when confused Introductory: Things to Know Philosophy: various meanings Branches of Philosophy: metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, aesthetics, logic (definitions & types of questions) Historical Periods: Where do the philosophers we have studied fit? Ancient Philosophers Socrates: historical significance and general historical facts, charges against, method Plato: Euthyphro : central question, general situation, attempts at definition, arguments against definitions, “the Euthphro problem” and its significance, conclusions of dialogue Phaedo : “What is the meaning of death?”, views of death in the Apology , dualism, immortality of the soul, philosophy Republic : “Why shouldn’t I be selfish?” “The Ring of Gyges” origin and nature of
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