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1 Clicker Procedure Open the TurningPoint Anywhere program. Load the correct participation list from the USB drive (i.e., load up our student data information so that their clickers will be recognized). Daniel will update it every Thursday afternoon. Poll students at the computer. (I haven't figured out yet if we can start and stop polls from the clicker.) Most important! Save the session data back to the USB thumb drive. After Thursday's lecture, deliver USB to Daniel’s box for updating.

2 Today, Jan. 20 Daniel on Quizzes and ResponseCard at 10:30am First Quiz is today Lecture starts at mid-Pythagoras

3 Tuesday, Jan. 25 Optional Weekly Course Review Provided by the UA Think TankUA Think Tank Every Wednesday, 4:00-5:00 p.m. At Park Student Union (2nd Floor)

4 Tuesday, Jan. 25 Clicker Question 1 1.If perception is top down, then A.Perceptual experience is influenced by belief B.Perceptual experience is completely determined by the environment C.Perceptual experience is the same for all observers D.Perceptual experience is always misleading

5 Tuesday, Jan. 25 Clicker Question 2 2.According to the lecture, the video clip of the rotating mask illustrates that A.Reductionism must be true B.The Pythagorean theorem is a priori C.Some perceptual experiences are not determined by what the observer knows D.Whatever is a priori is also a posteriori

6 Jan. 27 Quiz 2 is today – Opens on D2L at noon today – Closes on D2L at 11:59pm today

7 Jan. 27 Clicker Question 1 1.According to Heraclitus, the Logos A.Changes continuously B.Implies skepticism C.Determines how all change occurs D.Explains why motion is illusory

8 Jan. 27 Clicker Question 2 2.According to Democritus, A.Atoms vary in size and mass B.Space is merely a figment of human imagination C.Some atoms swerved in the distant past D.Atoms are composed of subatomic particles

9 Feb. 1 1.Zeno’s Paradox of motion A.Presupposes that space is infinitely divisible B.Maintains that motion, regardless of distance, requires some time C.Implies that motion through any space requires infinite time D.All of the above

10 Feb. 1 2.According to the lecture A.The number of natural numbers is infinite B.Infinity is indefinable C.Every number is irrational D.None of the above

11 Feb. 3 Quiz 3 is today – Opens on D2L at noon today – Closes on D2L at 11:59pm today

12 Feb. 3 1.Socrates A.Founded the Academy B.Authored The Apology C.Stated that he had no wisdom, small or great D.Endorsed atheism

13 Feb. 3 2.According to Socrates, to be rational is A.To deliberate B.To create one’s own values C.To recognize that happiness is an illusion D.To maintain that all knowledge is a posteriori

14 Feb. 8 1.According to the lecture, the fact that normal humans are prone to reason fallaciously in some situations implies that A.Normal humans automatically conform to the Socratic conception of rationality B.The Socratic conception of rationality is confirmed by current cognitive psychology C.Normal humans do not meet the standard of rationality proposed by Socrates D.The Oracle at Delphi knew that Socrates was wiser than Apollo

15 Feb. 8 2.According to the Socratic conception of rationality, psychological illness A.May explain why a person fails to do what he/she knows to be best B.Is relative to one’s culture C.Results from trauma to the heart transmitted to the soul D.Implies that the Logos is distributed over the competing parts of the brain

16 Feb. 10 Quiz 4 is today – Opens on D2L at noon today – Closes on D2L at 11:59pm today

17 Feb Crito A.Authored The Crito B.Convinced Socrates to accept exile C.Married the widow of Socrates D.None of the above

18 Feb In The Crito Socrates initially declines immediately to escape from prison because A.He is a relativist B.He asserts that the escape plan will fail C.He admits to his own guilt D.He insists on examining the reasons in favor of escape

19 Feb According to Socrates, A.Since he was born in Athens, he has no choice but to abide by Athenian law B.The laws of Sparta are superior to the laws of Athens C.All moral principles are derived from the laws of great governments D.By deliberately living in Athens, he implicitly agreed to abide by Athenian law

20 Feb According to the lecture, Socrates’ final attitude in The Crito regarding whether he should escape prison implies that he concludes that by escaping, A.The overall value of his life would be less than if he accepts his sentence B.He would confirm the pronouncement of the Oracle at Delphi C.He would demonstrate the nobility of autonomy D.All of the above

21 Feb According to The Phaedo A.Socrates died by a self inflicted knife wound B.Socrates admits that relativism is true C.Phaedo is the daughter of Plato D.Socrates considers whether humans might be immortal

22 Feb According to the Platonic theory of the Forms, A.Forms are observable in physical objects B.Forms are eternal C.Forms are concepts that exist only when conceived by rational creatures D.None of the above

23 Feb. 22 First Examination on Feb. 24 – Administered on D2L; take it on your computer – Don’t come to Soc. Sci 100 – Opens at 9:30am – Closes at 10:45am – 50 Multiple Choice Questions Optional Review Session – Feb. 23 – 5:00pm to 5:50pm – Location: ILC 140 See D2L for the Study Guide for the First Exam

24 Feb According to the Platonic theory of the Forms, – Knowledge of the Forms is inexpressible – Forms are definable – Forms are created by the gods – The motion of the Forms determines the movements of physical objects

25 Feb According to the lecture’s presentation of the Argument from Recollection, knowing that x and y are equal in length implies also knowing – That all Forms are equal – That if y is equal in length to z, then x cannot be equal in length to z – A universal and necessary truth a priori – A universal and necessary truth a posteriori

26 March 3 Special Extra Credit Quiz – Today on D2L from 11:00am – 11:59pm – 20 extra credit points – Use of all reference materials and collaboration is ok; the objective is to discover the correct answers – All questions drawn from those on Exam 1

27 March 3 Aristotle A.Tutored Alexander the Great B.Founded a School at the Lyceum in Athens C.Studied under Plato D.All of the other answers are correct

28 March 3 According to Aristotle A.Matter can exist outside of objects B.Matter is intelligible C.Matter is the source of plurality and individuality D.Matter is pure actuality

29 March 8 Quiz 5 today – Opens on D2L at noon today – Closes on D2L at 11:59pm today

30 March 8 1.According to Aristotle A.Matter is pure actuality B.Matter is pure potentiality C.Whatever contains matter cannot change D.All matter is reducible to groups of atoms

31 March 8 2.According to Aristotle A.Matter is unintelligible B.Form is definable C.Form is pure actuality D.All of the other answers are correct

32 March 11 Quiz 6 today – Opens on D2L at noon today – Closes on D2L at 11:59pm today

33 March 11 1.According to the lecture, Aristotle’s definition of “substance” implies that A.Substances are only fictions of the human mind B.Every substance is really a word C.Every substance can, in principle, be understood by the human mind D.Every predicate is the subject of a sentence

34 March 11 2.According to the lecture, an Aristotelian maintains that if x is a limping male lion, then A.The Form of limping is an accidental form in x B.The Form of being a lion is a generically essential form in x C.Being male is a Form in x D.All of the other answers are correct

35 March 22 1.According to Aristotle, if Socrates is both rational and snubnosed, A.Socrates is accidentally snubnosed B.Socrates is essentially rational C.Some forms in Socrates are essential and others are accidental D.All of the other answers are correct

36 March 22 2.According to Aristotle, A.Matter is a universal form B.A universal is a form that can exist simultaneously in more than one substance C.Every substance is a universal D.None of the other answers are correct

37 March 24 Quiz 7 today – Opens on D2L at noon today – Closes on D2L at 11:59pm today

38 March 24 1.According to Aristotle, a universal A.Is that which is known by everyone B.Is that which is simultaneously in motion and at rest C.Is that which is simultaneously in different substances D.All of the other answers are correct

39 March 29 – Exam 2 Covers only Aristotle lectures, readings & D2L notes Thursday, March 31 Opens on D2L at 9:30am & closes at NOON 50 multi choice questions – Study Guide for the Exam will appear on D2L late today – Optional Review Session Wednesday, March 30 5:00pm – 6:00pm ILC 130

40 March 29 1.According to Aristotle, Y correctly thinks of X only if A.Y represents X B.Y represents a form of X C.Y has a form of X in Y’s soul D.All of the other answers are correct

41 March 29 2.According to Aristotle, if X is the efficient cause of Y, then A.If x occurs, then y occurs B.X contains matter C.Y contains matter D.All of the other answers are correct

42 April 5 Results for Exam 2 are published on D2L Simple score Simple score + 5 extra credit points because I confused room for the optional review session Special 5 Point Extra Credit Quiz Today on D2L – Quiz opens at 11:00am and closes at 11:59pm – You may take as much time as you wish to complete the Quiz prior to 11:59pm – OK to consult course material and others as you complete the quiz

43 April 5 1.Augustine A.Composed his philosophical writings in Greek B.Was baptized a Christian as an infant C.Was a Christian bishop D.All of the other answers are correct

44 April 5 2.According to Manichæism of Augustine’s period, A.The Form of the Good exists and precludes the possibility of evil B.There exist two fundamental natural forces, one for good and one for evil, that operate in all objects including humans C.Christianity and Islam are equivalent D.The Unmoved Mover is the efficient cause of evil

45 April 7 1.According to Augustine, A.Knowledge of the forms is innate B.Forms do not exist C.If knowledge of the forms were innate, all people would have the same innate knowledge of the forms D.If knowledge of the forms were innate, Christians would have more knowledge of the forms than non-Christians

46 April 7 2.According to Augustine, A.Each person knows his/her native language innately B.All knowledge is a posteriori C.Your knowledge of your native language requires divine intervention in your life D.All of the other answers are correct

47 April 12 Quiz 8 today – Opens on D2L at noon today – Closes on D2L at 11:59pm today

48 April 12 1.According to Augustine’s Doctrine of Illumination, A.Parents can teach their children language B.Knowing the meaning of “triangle” implies knowing the meaning of “trilateral” C.All people know all the same universal and necessary principles D.None of the other answers are correct

49 April 12 2.According to Augustine – God created the universe ex nihilo – God is omniscient but indifferent to the fate evil of people – God is responsible for evil – There is more evil in the universe than good

50 April 26 Note: – Final Examination on D2L – May 10, 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM – Covers only: Augustine, Boethius, Anselm, Aquinas and Descartes – Optional Review Session May 9, 3:30-5:30pm Chem 134 Quiz 9 today – Opens on D2L at noon today – Closes on D2L at 11:59pm today

51 April 26 1.The Ontological Argument is A.A posteriori B.Inductive C.Ex nihilo D.A priori

52 April 26 2.According to Descartes, knowledge requires: A.Certainty B.A high degree of confidence, but not absolute certainty C.Verifiable scientific experiments D.Divine intervention

53 April 28 Note: – Final Examination on D2L – May 10, 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM – Covers only: Augustine, Boethius, Anselm, Aquinas and Descartes – Optional Review Session May 9, 3:30-5:30pm Chem 134 Quiz 10 today – Opens on D2L at noon today – Closes on D2L at 11:59pm today

54 April 28 1.Who, among those below, was not alive during Descartes’ life Newton Copernicus Bacon Galileo

55 April 28 2.According to the Dream Hypothesis advanced by the skeptic, A.Observers are certain about the existence of physical objects if they follow the scientific method B.A posteriori knowledge of the existence of physical objects is impossible C.Every skeptic is a fiction in the dream of every other skeptic D.Dreaming is reducible to the collective activity of the atoms that compose the brain

56 May 3 Note: – Final Examination on D2L – May 10, 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM – Covers only: Augustine, Boethius, Anselm, Aquinas and Descartes – Optional Review Session May 9, 3:30-5:30pm Chem 134 – Study Guide for Final Exam to Appear on D2L by May 5


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