Past Exam for PHIL 1204 - Knowledge and Reality with Pitt at Virginia Tech (VT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam
Class:PHIL 1204 - Knowledge and Reality
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 1994
  • Aesthetic Experience
  • Differences
  • Similarities
  • The Newspaper
  • Constituents
  • Participants
  • Common Sense
  • Implications
  • (to/for) Him/it
  • Contemporary
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DIRECTIONS: Select one (1) question form Part I and two (2) questions from Part II and answer them as completely as possible. All questions are equally weighted, so do NOT devote excessive time to anyone question. Remember to define crucial terms, to use examples where appropriate, and to be as clear as you can. Assume as little as possible. PART I - You must answer one question from this section. 1. Write a dialogue on the nature of truth in which the participants are minimally Descartes, Hume and James. 2. It is the holiday season and Descartes, Hume and James are discussing a game they would like to give asa gift to one of their young friends. It is called the Build Your Own World Game. The problem our three philosophers have is they can't agree on what pieces should be in the game (whether, for example, the pieces should be parts of the world, or their minds, or something else; what the pieces should look like, what they should be made of, etc.) They can't even agree on what th...

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