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Philosophy 3033 Final Examination Format and Study Guide

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1 Philosophy 3033 Final Examination Format Section 1: Short Answer In this section you will be asked to demonstrate your understanding of key concepts, arguments, objections, and distinctions. You may be asked to compare the views of two or more philosophers on a particular issue. Your answers in this section must each be no more than one page long in the provided examination booklet, and must be in your own words . Answers that, for example, restate information word for word from our course notes or from an internet site will not be marked. There will be 5 questions in this section. Questions in this section will be worth 3 marks each. Section 2: Argument Identification In this section you will be provided with central (not obscure) passages from our course readings. Your task will be to identify the authors of the passages, the works they are from, and to explain the role they play in the particular arguments they are part of. Your answers in this section must each be no more than two pages long in the provided examination booklet, and must be in your own words . Answers that, for example, restate information word for word from our course notes or from an internet site will not be marked. There will be 2 questions in this section. Questions in this section will be worth 5 marks each. Section 3: Long Answer In this section you will be asked to demonstrate your understanding of key concepts, arguments, objections, and distinctions at greater length, and in more detail. You may be asked to compare
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