Chapter 7: Genes and
Family resemblance: how traits are inherited
Traits are what we see
A Gene is the segment of DNA that codes for
So a trait corresponds
to a gene
Genes code for pretty much
Biol 111 Lab Study Guide
Acids, bases, solutions Lab Study guide for the quiz
You should be able to explain what pH is
If a chemical is an acid, what happens when you put it in water (What ions does it release)?
If a chemical is a base, what happen
6.1 I & II
2. I cant believe I failed my chemistry test. I knew I should have worn my luck sweatshirt to take the test.
3. Did you vote for the idiot or the liar in the last presidential election?
5. Skeptics hav
2. Cigarette smoking causes lung cancer. Therefore, if you have been a heavy cigarette smoker for many
years , you will probably die of lung cancer.
Cogent, Its reasonable to assume that if you smoke for a long time you could die of
1. What evidence initially points to the guilt of the defendant? How was this evidence later undermined
or called into question by good critical thinking?
Initially the witnesses were pushing the case towards the boy being guilty. The
2. Jason: Did you hear Andrews class presentation on community service? Kyle: Yeah, but I dont buy
any of his arguments. Hes just a rich snob who likes to hear himself talk.
3. Bill Baxter deserves to be promoted to vice p
2. Premise: Life changes when you least expect it to, so seize the day, seize this moment, and make the
most of it.
Conclusion: The future is uncertain.
3. Premise: It is more than a thousand treasures precious and great.
2. Oar means a stout pole, winded and flattened at one end into a blade, used as a lever to propel
3. Philosopher means a deluded dreamer who spends his or her life attempting to answer
questions that cant be answered
PHI 240 INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS WAKE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Supplement to the Learning Objectives for Enchiridion by Epictetus
Pay special attention to the ideas contained in the following sections of the Enchiridion:
I, II, XLII
Understanding the thi
PHI 240 Introduction to Ethics Wake Technical Community College
Learning Objectives: The Enchiridion by Epictetus
The student should be able to identify, analyze, explain and evaluate the following ideas:
The importance of being able to distinguish bet
Translated by Robert Drew Hicks
A happy and eternal being has no trouble himself and brings no trouble upon any other being; hence he is exempt
from movements of anger and partiality, for every such movement implies weak
From a utilitarian point of view when an individual or group is faced with some sort of choice the moral way to act would be to choose which ever decision makes the most people "happy". Williams presents a major problem to this argument by creating a
James Lamb PHI 240 Groups in Relativism One main argument against relativism comes in determining where exactly you draw the line as to what constitutes a group. It is obvious to everyone in the modern world that there are many different cultures in