Philosophy 100.13 - Introductory
Philosophy - 2013-2014
Professor: W. Sweet
This class meets in the "D" block / M 11.15; T 1.15; Th 12.15
Office: 707 Nicholson Hall
Office Hours: Monday & Wednesday 9.15-11; Monday to
Thursday: 14.05-15.00; and by arrangement.
a course outline (with a list of textbooks and grading scheme), look
for (unofficial) class notes.
here for Plato reading questions (pdf file)
Click here for Descartes reading
questions (pdf file)
Click here for Hume
reading questions (pdf file)
here for the 'logic booklet'. (Part 1.)
here for the 'logic booklet'. (Part 2.)
reading on Ethical Subjectivism (Ayer)
Reading on Ethical Relativism (Westermarck)
here for an outline of topics discussed up to the Mid-year
For the format for the Mid-Year examination, click
here for an outline of additional topics discussed up to the
here for the essay assignment on justice
For information on how to prepare written assignments
For the MLA
Style guide, look here.
used in evaluating essays, look here
(This is important)
other guides on essay writing, look here
AND don't forget the campus 'Writing Centre.' For information on
that, click here.
For information on examinations, tests and quizes, look here.
useful? Click here.
if you are just surfing the net, why not try some logic
Click here for
exercises on fallacies (in pdf); for html, click here.