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PHIL 1100H Midterm: PHIL Midterm Review


Department
Philosophy
Course Code
PHIL 1100H
Professor
Norlock Kathryn
Study Guide
Midterm

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PHIL 1100
Midterm Review
Midterm: Wednesday, February 15th, 2017
Readings:
Does Morality Depend on Religion: James Rachels
Ethical Egoism: James Rachels
Challenges of Cultural Relativism: James Rachels
Nicomachean Ethics, Book 1, Book 2, Book 3 [ch. 6-12], Book 10 [ch. 1-10]: Aristotle
Enchiridion: Epictetus
Exam:
Part 1
o 10% of the exam
o Multiple choice questions based on readings
o [see quiz questions]
Part 2
o 40% of the exam
o Short answers based on key concepts
o [see below]
Part 3
o 50% of the exam
o Choice of 3 essay questions
o Only do 1
o Study 4 to be safe
Key Concepts:
Divine Command
Theory of Natural
Law
Anthropocentricism
Ethical Egoism
Cultural Relativism
Dogmatism
Soul
Happiness
Pleasure
Virtue
Vice
Rationality
Bravery
Temperance
Generosity
[Liberality]
Magnificence
Honor-loving
[Pride]
Mildness [Good
temper]
Truth-telling [Self-
perception]
Wit
Friendliness
Shame
The function of a
human being
Misfortune/ bad
circumstances
Ruling faculty/
ruling principle
Nature
Death
Control
Habituation
The Combat
Shame
Excess/ deficiency
Rationality
Pain
Luck
Feeling
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