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Introduction to Philosophy Philosophy 103:01 Preston Greene Meeting Time/Place:   Monday-Wednesday 4:30-5:50 Freylinghusen Hall B4 Email: Office:   Room 003 in 3 Seminary Place on College Avenue Campus (across the street) Office Hours:   1-2 on Wednesdays, and by appointment In this class we will examine fundamental philosophical issues such as the meaning and basis of  moral judgments, free will and determinism, theism and atheism, knowledge and skepticism, and  consciousness and the brain. Textbook:    Problems from Philosophy , by James and Stuart Rachels (2 nd  Edition), McGraw-Hill,  2009.  Other readings will be available on Sakai or a web address will be provided. Course Requirements:   Final writing assignment, two tests, assigned reading and writing.  Please come to class having read the material and prepared to participate in discussion.  Participation in class discussion makes up part of your grade. Attendance Policy:   Each student picks one of two plans: Plan 1: 0-1 Absences:  +3% total grade extra credit at end of course. 2 Absences:  Break Even 3+ Absences:  -3% off total grade for every absence over 2 Plan 2: No required attendance (students will be asked to write something to make-up major in-class 
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