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Unformatted text preview: The mid-term has two sections. The first part will be multiple choice/ T or F, the second half will be essay. The multiple choice/ T or F has 33 to 40 questions, and pertains to the following BlackBoard (Course Documents) Reading Assignments and Lecture Postings: Lectures (Posted & Delivered): Philosophical Timeline. Platonic and Aristotelian Perspectives. Argument on Universals. Aesthetics Lecture. Philosophy and Film Lecture. Reading Assignments: Plato: The Republic : Book V and VI (selections) Plato: The Republic : Book VII Readings Plato: The Republic : Book X Readings Aristotle: Poetics . Epicurus: Principle Doctrines . Mencius & Hsun Tse: Readings The best way to study is to review the BlackBoard Reading Assignments and Lecture Postings, and pay close attention to those passages I read in class, and/or emphasized in lecture. For example, it would be wise of you to look over the Principle Doctrines that are highlighted in bold. Also, as is obvious, we read more Plato than we read Aristotle, thus you can safely assume bold....
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course PHIL 101 taught by Professor Anchustegui during the Summer '11 term at Boise State.
- Summer '11
- The Republic