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Quizzes are an opportunity to master philosophical concepts well in advance of tests.  Philosophical arguments are generally difficult   to understand  in a short period of time, and the use of quizzes helps to provide some measure of philosophical understanding prior to tests.  The quizzes given here are those used in past classes and are similar in form to those prepared for this semester.  Although the example quizzes here are, for the most part, objective, most of the quizzes given in a semester are essay in form.

Please note that topics covered on these past quizzes do not reflect all topics covered on present tests. Course topics are revised  from semester to semester.

 

 

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