Phil 200 Final Exam Study Guide
Covers: The Moral Dimension, Popular Culture, the Question of God, and Chapters 5, 12, 14
inductive reasoning (pp 222 - 225 & 234 - 236) the inductive leap and degree of probability (notes)
deductive reasoning & syllogisms
Chapter Activity Reports
The chapter activity reports should be typed and double-spaced.
Do not use a cover page, but include your name, date, activity number and page at the top left.
Each report is to be a MINIMUM OF ONE AND A QUARTER PAG
Phil 200 Mid-term Study Guide
Chapters 1, 11, 2, 7, 3
the difference between an objective and a subjective perspective to judgement (notes) know these well
The obstacles to clear thinking (pp 28 - 34)
Different branches of Philosophy (notes)
PHILOSOPHY 200 CRITICAL THINKING
Mr. David M. Capriola
This course focuses on critical thinking within the context of general philosophy. Students examine the basic
principles of critical thinking with an emphasis on the use of criteria
PHIL 200 SUMMER SESSION ONE 2015
Introduction to course & Video What is Philosophy?
Philosophy Basics & Group Discussion
Chapter 1 Out of the Fog: The Pathway to Critical Thinking & Critical Thinking Hando