How to Read the Daily Schedule

Note: The following assignment schedule is subject to revision and is intended to be a general guide to the assignments this semester. The assignment written on the board at the beginning of each class takes precedence over this schedule.

As the semester progresses, for the most recent version of our class schedule, check the homepage of this course. If an update is available, the version number will be a number higher than Version 1.0. (For example, the first revision, if there is one, will be labeled Version 1.1)

In the ``Date" column, the number after T (Tuesday) or R (Thursday) is the number of the class, counting from the beginning of the semester. In the Class Topic column, the subjects covered by that day's class are listed, together with important due dates for assignments, quizzes, and tests. The Assignment column lists the day an assignment is assigned, not the day the assignment is due. Items listed in the assignment column are due at the beginning of the next class meeting period unless stated otherwise.

If you have questions about the assignment schedule, contact your instructor or post your questions to the Philosophy Forum.

The reading assignments refer to the URIs or the Internet addresses of online readings. You may also access the readings in by navigating to this URI and following the menus presented there:

This URI is the Homepage for our logic course. The tutorials and other notes are made available by clicking the appropriate course topic in the column to the right entitled ``Course Topics.''

Additional help is available with the example online tests, quizzes, and logic links, not listed below in this assignment sheet, but these are accessible from the Oriental Homepage also.

The abbreviation REP is the online textbook Readings in Eastern Philosophy available in pdf and html at this URI:
The abbreviation Sidd is the online textbook Siddhartha available in pdf and html at this URI:

Lee Archie 2011-03-22