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Phi 103 Final Exam Study Guide

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PHI 103 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE

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PHI 103 Final Exam Study Guide

Question 1. In order to figure out the problem one wants to solve, one must:


Question 2. The following are ideas for becoming a good student:


Question 3. In the dialogue, Socrates claims that one must be removed from this in order to grasp the higher intellectual virtues:


Question 4. This is the term for presentation of an idea through one-sided and emotional rhetoric:


Question 5. This person has a fanatical commitment to ideas and beliefs that can lead to negative outcomes and/or harmful behavior:


Question 6. For John Dewey, open-minded inquiry is:


Question 7. The sun in Plato’s allegory is


Question 8. Which of the following standards of thinking relates to how one can verify if the answer to a question or problem is on topic?


Question 9. This is the main question that DuBois wants to examine in this essay


Question 10. This is the movement of the prisoner.


Question 11. Are you taking a quiz?


Question 12. Michael Jordan was a great football player.


Question 13. Does the nature of reality consist in an ultimately creative impulse?


Question 14. Hooray!


Question 15. Why do we feed so many pounds of plants to animals each year?


Question 16. Ayn Rand believed that selfishness was a virtue.


Question 17. Moby Dick is a great novel.


Question 18. The library at the local university has over 300,000 books.


Question 19. How many feet are in a mile?


Question 20. Was it time for you to leave?


Question 21. For an arrow to reach its target, it must make it halfway to its target after it has been shot. However, once it is halfway, it must then make it half of that distance to reach the target. It will continue to have to reach halfway of each concurrent length. Therefore, the arrow can never reach its...

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