MODERN PHILOSOPHY PHH 3400
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Review Questions for Final Exam Modern Philosophy PHH 3400 21 April 2006 Instructions The exam will be on Thursday 4 May from 1000am to 1200pm in our usual classroom7 Newins Ziegler 112 Your grade on this exam will count for 35 of your overall grade The exam will have three parts Each part will count for one third of your grade on this exam Parts A and B will contain essay questions7 and in each of those parts you should answer one of the two questions available Part C will contain short answer questions You should answer all of the questions in this section The exam may ask about material covered in class or in reading as signments You should bring a blue book in which to answer the questions7 and a blue or black pen with which to write The questions below are intended to help you study for the nal All questions in parts A and B of the nal will be drawn from these lists The nal class on Wednesday 26 April will be a review class for the nal The second paper will also be handed back in this class Part A A1 In the Fifth Meditation Descartes gives a version of the ontological argument Give a clear7 accurate account of that argument Then ex plain a plausible objection to that argument Finally7 discuss possible Cartesian responses to that objection A to Early in the Discourse on Metaphysics Leibniz argues that the world God has created is of the highest perfection Brie y explain the View and why Leibniz holds it Then explain one or more of the objections to this View that Leibniz discusses in DM 2 3 as well as Leibniz s response ls Leibniz successful in that defence of his claim A OJ Explain and discuss the argument for God s existence that Locke gives in Essay lVx A q What is Berkeley s argument for God s existence Sometimes people object that Berkeley is cheating by relying on God to support his odd system Berkeley however clearly does not think this Explain why someone might make the objection and how Berkeley might reply A U Descartes argues that the mind is really distinct from the body AW 50 Hobbes suggests that the mind may well be material AW 64 6 and Locke seems to think that we cannot know whether the mind is material or immaterial AW 316 8 Which of these positions should we prefer and why Part B B H Towards the end of Berkeley s First Dialogue Philonous offers an argu ment that it is impossible for any mixture or combination of qualities or any sensible object whatever to exist without the mind77 AW 429 Explain and discuss that argument B to What are the two kinds of philosophy that Hume describes in Enquiry 1 Why does Hume think we should study the abstract philosophy ls he right Why or why not B OJ First explain how Hume distinguishes ideas and impressions and how he says they re related Then describe the case of the missing shade of blue why it seems to pose a problem for Hume and how he deals with it Does he deal with it in a plausible way B q Explain and discuss Hume s view about necessary connection B 0 ln Enquiry X Hume argues that we could never know of the existence of a miracle Give a clear accurate explanation of that argument then discuss whether Hume is right about this issue
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