Introduction to Philosophy Final Exam May 9th

Introduction to Philosophy Final Exam May 9th - Final Exam...

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Final Exam You must complete three questions, including precisely one from section A, one from section B and one from section C. You must take no longer than one continuous period of three hours. You may consult no books, notes, internet sites or other people. Please complete the attached honor code statement. You must turn your papers in by 5pm at the Philosophy Department (1 Seminary Place) on Tuesday May 10 th or, with the advance permission of your discussion leader, by email. Preferably type and print your responses. Section A 1. What is the problem of free will? Why does the possibility of determinism appear to pose a problem for the existence of free will? Why does Richard Taylor think that determinism is incompatible with the apparent facts that we (i) deliberate; and (ii) that sometimes what do is up to us? Briefly state the kind of theory Taylor thinks will be required to accommodate those two apparent facts. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course PHIL 104 taught by Professor Bunzl during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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