What is Philosophy?
Branches of Philosophy:
Ethics- the study of moral principles and behavior and of the nature
of the good.
Aesthetics- the study of the nature of beauty and art.
Metaphysics- the study of the nature and origin of ultimate reality (path
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SAMPLE EXAM # 1_
Note: These are only selected problem for the exam 1.Not all problems will appear in the
real exam, but try to solve them all.
a/ Find and classify the critica
First-Order Linear Differential Equations:
A First order linear differential equation is an equation of the form
y 0 + P (x)y = Q(x).
Where P and Q are functions of x. If the equation is written in
this form it is called standard form. The equation is cal
Chapter 1 Questions:
1. What does Locke claim he has shown in his previous discourse?
Answer: He has claimed to show that adam was not given absolute authority over the world
and his children by God, adams heirs also did not have his authority, and no one
Chapter 12 Questions:
1. How does Locke define legislative, executive, and federative power?
Answer: legislative=direct how the force of the common-wealth is employed for preserving the
community and the members of it. executive=a power always in being, w
Book VIII Questions:
1. What subject do Socrates and his friends decide to return to, now that they have
established that the city is both possible and best?
Answer: He starts talking about unjust societies and unjust men.
2. What four alternate types of
Home assigment 3
1) what question about the guardians does adeimantus raise at the beginning of book IV?
A: He wants to know what happiness there even is for the guardians.
2) What main points does socrates make in response?
A: Socrates' quickly responds
Book IX Questions:
1. What is an unlawful appetite? Who is most likely and least likely to experience and indulge
Answer: An unlawful appetite is what a Tyrant feels. To do horrible things most people
only dream of doing. Obviously a tyrant would be
Mahayana is the second great branch of Buddhism. Mahayana means big vehicle, which
suggest that all type of people can get in the boat and cross the river to the other side. The
vision behind this is there are a wide variety of people seeking enlightenmen
IS JUSTIFIED TRUE BELIEF KNOWLEDQEl
Is Justified True Belief Knowledge?
Various attemptshave been made in recent years to
state necessary and sufficient conditions for some
one's knowing a given proposition. The attempts
Study Guide: Humes Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding
I. Of the Different Species of Philosophy
What two approaches to the science of human nature does Hume distinguish?
What kind of life does Hume claim nature demands?
What three reasons does Hume
Study Guide: Descartes Meditations
What experience has inspired Descartes to apply himself to the general demolition of [his]
How does he propose to carry out this demolition?
What reason does Descartes have to be concerned wit
Study Guide: Platos Republic
Book I (327a-354c)
How does Cephalus define justice? Why does Socrates think that this definition is inadequate?
What are Polemarchuss definitions of justice (he gives three: one at 331e, one at 332a-d, and one at
Philosophical Classics in Theory
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