PHIL 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Eaves, Consequentialism

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There are 2 sections to this exam: a & b. Leave a space between the two sections, and clearly mark which question you are answering. This is a closed book, in- class test. Because the questions for this test are pre-circulated, your concept definitions and essay are expected to be well-developed and complete. To do very well on the test, you absolutely must re-read the relevant passages by machiavelli, hobbes, locke, and/or. The ta marking your test will be looking for evidence of this. Section a: concept definition 40% (4 x 10%=40%) Briefly (in one paragraph, or 3-4 sentences) define four of the following concepts or ideas. Make sure to say which thinker is most closely associated with the idea. Note: only 6 [six] of the following terms will appear on the test: general will, absolute sovereignty, right of rebellion, government as a trust, consequentialism, covenant, tacit consent, political virtue (virt ) Section b: essay section 60% (1 x 60%=60%)

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