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EXAMINATION #1 Philosophy 150 Fall 2006 Semester, Boston University Dr. Charles Griswold On Thursday October 5, the first examination in the course will take place. It will consume the entire class period. You are responsible for all of the materials assigned up to that date, as well as all of the class discussions up to that date. The instructor will select two of the following questions at random, and you will be required to answer those two. Each answer will count as 50% of the total grade. 1) You have just had a long dialogue with a relativist who turned out to be very tough. Now you want to preserve that dialogue for posterity. Write out your dialogue (the two characters in it will be yourself and the relativist). In the course of the dialogue, explain what relativism is, and how that doctrine collapses. Explain the step by step process by which the relativist is refuted. Be sure to describe the different tacks that the relativist might take. You may go beyond our class discussion about the topic, but you should include all of the essential points
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