Western Philosophy – Weekly Lesson Plans

LESSON PLAN W1L1
Week 1 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 1 Date 20-02-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
1 Introduction Of Teaching Methods And Performance’s Expectations, Rules Of Discipline And Training Philosophy  

LEARNING GOALS

  1. To illustrate the fundamentals of the subject
  2. To familiarize the student with the course’s requirements
  3. To explain the rules and regulations of the class which may differ from the University’s disciplinary code of conduct
  4. To clarify what are the teacher’s expectations in terms of academic performance, personal behavior, individual conduct and professional attitude
  5. To motivate the student in making full use of all the main TEACHING REFERENCESs for a more effective learning
  6. To demonstrate the importance to widen the scope of learning through the use of all or part of the reference materials provided during the course
  7. To emphasize team spirit, trust and cooperation with all course mates and to instill self-discipline
  8. To encourage and facilitate lecture to student and student to student interactive communication
  9. To ensure student comprehend, accept and value the teaching methodolofy, academic material, rules and regulations and learning environment provided by the School
  10. To highlight the importance of conducting an exemplary college life through the acceptance of personal responsibility and accepted ethical behavior within the disciplinary guidelines provided by the University, the School, the Management and the Teachers

  TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

  1. To meet the class monitor and ask the name list of the students organized with the following criteria:
  2. Chinese Name in Chinese characters
  3. Chinese Name in Pinyin
  4. English Name
  5. Student Number
  6. Gender
  7. Province of Origin
  8. Major
  9. To organize the students in Teams of 3 People Each and to give each team the name of an important economic figure in the History of Economics
  10. Each Team should prepare a PPT on Team Profile as per D:\Economics Office Admin\DOC\memoT02 0130092016 How to form a team.docx
  11. To collect all team profile by Sunday 17:00pm Week 1 through qq
  12. To open a QQ group for the class and ask all students to join within Week 1 and to open a WeChat room for the class and inviting all students to join within Week 1
  13. To highlight the importance of the exclusive use of English language in both chatting group
  14. To stress the importance of the use of polite and respectful communication and strict adherence to ethical principles
  15. To ensure the students understand the importance to continuously monitor the online chatting groups for downloading and sharing all TEACHING REFERENCESs and communication posted from time to time but on a constant basis by the lecturer
  16. To require the class monitor to facilitate the observance of discipline and good behavior of the class and to report any untoward cases
  17. To share the full semester coursework (lessons, topics, LEARNING GOALS, homework, textbook, reference material) with the students

 

LESSON PLAN W2L2
Week 2 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 2 Date 27-02-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
2 CCF 1 What_Is_Philosophy.Mp4

1)     Why Do You Do What You Do? Why Do You Think What You Think? Why Do You Feel What You Feel?

2)     Choices? Nothing Given – Assumptions

3)     Phylos And Mythos, Science And Storytelling

4)     Philosophy Or The Love Of Wisdom And Philosophy Or Academic Study Of Anything

5)     Science Vs Philosophy

6)     Origins Of Philosophy In Ancient Greece

7)     Main Divisions Of Philosophy (Metaphysics, Epistemolofy, Value Theory)

8)     Pursuit Of Aesthetics And Aestheticians

9)     Lofics, Arguments, Fallacy

10)  How To Understand And Evaluate World Views

11)  Step 1= Try To Understand (Principle Of Charity)

12)  Step 2 = Critical Evaluation (Why?)

CCF 2 How_To_Argue_-_Philosophical_Reasoning.Mp4

1)     The Value Of Reason – Rationality – Arguments

2)     How To Argue Philosophical Reasoning

3)     Structure Of Arguments – Tripartite Soul

4)     Puzzles, Paradoxes, Thought Experiments

5)     Premise And Conclusions

6)     Species Of Arguments

7)     Deductive Argument – Deductive Soundness

8)     Close Look At Deductive Reasoning

CCF 3 How_To_Argue_-_Induction___Abduction.Mp4

1)     Induction (Use Of Past Expeience For Future Predictions) – Inductive Argument

2)     Arguments, Probalities

3)     Impossible, Probable, True

1)     Abduction – Abductive Argument

2)     Interlocutors – Counterarguments

3)     Actual Philosophy Conspiracy Theory

4)     Socratic Method

·        Write or Draw A Mind Map By Hand On An A3 Size Paper Sheet And Lofically Express Your Understanding Of The Contents Of Each Chapter.

·        One Chapter In One A3 Paper Sheet

·        Each Homework Is A Team Work You Mist Carry Out Tofether With Your Team Mate(S) And Be Ready And Prepared To Explain It In Front Of Your Classmates And, Even, Ready To Argue Or Sustain Your Interpretation.

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
2 ·        Understand the meaning of philosophy

·        Define choice and assumptions

·        Determine the difference between Phylos and Mythos

·        Evaluate the original role of philosophy as art of education

·        Assess the dichotomy between science and philosophy

·        Clarify the origin of philosophy

·        Verify

·        Identify the three dicisions of philosophy

·        Explain the meaning of aesthetics and aestheticians

·        Determine the difference between Lofics, arguments and fallacy

·        Understand and evaluate world views

·        Understand the meaning of value of reason, rationality and arguments

·        Define philosophical reasoning

·        Determine the structure of arguments

·        Evaluate what is tripartite soul

·        Assess puzzles, paradoxes and thought experiments

·        Clarify the difference between premise and conclusion

·        Verify what are the different species of arguments

·        Identify what is deductive argument

·        Explain deductive soundness

·        Review the concept of deductive reasoning

·        Understand

·        Define induction

·        Determine wjat is inductive argument

·        Evaluate the role of arguments and probabilities

·        Assess the difference between impossible, probable and true

·        Clarify what is abduction and abductive argument

·        Verify the distinction between interlocutors and counterarguments

·        Identify the meaning of actual philosophy conspiracy theory

·        Explain the socratic method

HOMEWORK

 WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
2 ·        Can you Understand the meaning of philosophy

·        Can you Define choice and assumptions

·        Can you Determine the difference between Phylos and Mythos

·        Can you Evaluate the original role of philosophy as art of education

·        Can you Assess the dichotomy between science and philosophy

·        Can you Clarify the origin of philosophy

·        Can you Identify the three dicisions of philosophy

·        Can you Explain the meaning of aesthetics and aestheticians

·        Can you Determine the difference between Lofics, arguments and fallacy

·        Can you Understand and evaluate world views

·        Can you Understand the meaning of value of reason, rationality and arguments

·        Can you Define philosophical reasoning

·        Can you Determine the structure of arguments

·        Can you Evaluate what is tripartite soul

·        Can you Assess puzzles, paradoxes and thought experiments

·        Can you Clarify the difference between premise and conclusion

·        Can you Verify what are the different species of arguments

·        I Can you dentify what is deductive argument

·        Can you Explain deductive soundness

·        Can you Review the concept of deductive reasoning

·        Can you Understand

·        Can you Define induction

·        Can you Determine wjat is inductive argument

·        Can you Evaluate the role of arguments and probabilities

·        Can you Assess the difference between impossible, probable and true

·        Can you Clarify what is abduction and abductive argument

·        Can you Verify the distinction between interlocutors and counterarguments

·        Can you Identify the meaning of actual philosophy conspiracy theory

·        Can you Explain the socratic method

  TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

CCF 1 What_Is_Philosophy.Mp4

Choice and Assumptions – Phylos And Mythos, Science And Storytelling – Philosophy Or The Love Of Wisdom – Philosophy Or Academic Study Of Anything – Science Vs Philosophy – Origins Of Philosophy In Ancient Greece – Metaphysics – Epistemolofy – Value Theory – Pursuit Of Aesthetics – Aestheticians – Lofics – Arguments – Fallacy – Principle Of Charity – Critical Evaluation (Why?)

CCF 2 How_To_Argue_-_Philosophical_Reasoning.Mp4

The Value Of Reason – Rationality – Arguments – Philosophical Reasoning – Structure Of Arguments – Tripartite Soul – Puzzles – Paradoxes – Thought Experiments – Premise – Conclusions – Species Of Arguments – Deductive Argument – Deductive Soundness – Close Look At Deductive Reasoning

CCF 3 How_To_Argue_-_Induction___Abduction.Mp4

Induction – Inductive Argument – Arguments – Probabilities – Impossible, Probable, True – Abduction, Abductive Argument – Interlocutors – Counterarguments – Actual Philosophy Conspiracy Theory -Socratic Method

 

LESSON PLAN W3L3
Week 3 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 3 Date 06-03-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
3 CCF 4 Leonardo_Dicaprio___The_Nature_Of_Reality.Mp4

1)     Difference From What Is Real And It Is Not

2)     Irreality Of Current Reality

3)     Plato And The Myth Of The Cave

4)     Questioned Relationship Between Appearance And Reality

5)     Materialism Is Or Is Not Realism

6)     Doing Philosophy Is Hard And Awesomeness Of Philosophy

7)     Process Of Philosophical Discovery

CCF 5 Cartesian_Skepticism_-_Neo,_Meet_Rene.Mp4

1)     Skepticism Cartesian Skeptcism

2)     Disbelieve Everything Empirical Belief

3)     Local Doubts And Global Doubts

4)     Five Minutes Hypothesis

5)     Radical Skepticism

6)     Cofito Ergo Sum

7)     Foundational Belief

8)     Clear And Distinct Idea

CCF 6 Locke,_Berkeley,___Empiricism.Mp4

1)     Empiricism As Response To Skepticism

2)     John Locke And His Distinction Beteen Primary And Secondary Qualities

3)     George Berkely And Why Ultimately Distinction Fall Apart

·        Write or Draw A Mind Map By Hand On An A3 Size Paper Sheet And Lofically Express Your Understanding Of The Contents Of Each Chapter.

·        One Chapter In One A3 Paper Sheet

·        Each Homework Is A Team Work You Mist Carry Out Tofether With Your Team Mate(S) And Be Ready And Prepared To Explain It In Front Of Your Classmates And, Even, Ready To Argue Or Sustain Your Interpretation.

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
3 ·        Understand the difference between what is real and is is not

·        Define irreality of current reality

·        Determine the thought of Plato and explain the myth of the cave

·        Evaluate the relationship between appearance and reality

·        Assess why materialism can be or not be realism

·        Clarify what is hard in making philosophical arguments and why philosophy is awesome

·        Explain the process of philosophical discovery

·        Identify the meaning of skepticism

·        Explain disbelieve everything versus emprical belief

·        Understand the difference between local and global doubts

·        Define the five minutes hypothesis

·        Determine what is radical skeptcism

·        Evaluate the meaning of cofito ergo sum

·        Assess the response of empiricism to skepticism

·        Clarify the distinction between primary and secondary qualities in john locke

·        Explain why Berkely sustains that ultimately distinction falls apart

 HOMEWORK

 

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
3 ·        Can you Understand the difference between what is real and is is not

·        Can you Define irreality of current reality

·        Can you Determine the thought of Plato and explain the myth of the cave

·        Can you Evaluate the relationship between appearance and reality

·        Can you Assess why materialism can be or not be realism

·        Can you Clarify what is hard in making philosophical arguments and why philosophy is awesome

·        Can you Explain the process of philosophical discovery

·        Can you Identify the meaning of skepticism

·        Can you Explain disbelieve everything versus emprical belief

·        Can you Understand the difference between local and global doubts

·        Can you Define the five minutes hypothesis

·        Can you Determine what is radical skeptcism

·        Can you Evaluate the meaning of cofito ergo sum

·        Can you Assess the response of empiricism to skepticism

·        Can you Clarify the distinction between primary and secondary qualities in john locke

·        Can you Explain why Berkely sustains that ultimately distinction falls apart

   TEACHING REFERENCES`

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

Difference From What Is Real And It Is Not – Irreality Of Current Reality – Plato And The Myth Of The Cave – Questioned Relationship Between Appearance And Reality – Materialism Is Or Is Not Realism – Doing Philosophy Is Hard And Awesomeness Of Philosophy – Process Of Philosophical Discovery – Skepticism Cartesian Skeptcism – Disbelieve Everything Empirical Belief – Local Doubts And Global Doubts – Five Minutes Hypothesis – Radical Skepticism – Cofito Ergo Sum – Foundational Belief – Clear And Distinct Idea- Empiricism As Response To Skepticism – John Locke And His Distinction Beteen Primary And Secondary Qualities – George Berkely And Why Ultimately Distinction Fall Apart


LESSON PLAN W4L4
Week 4 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 4 Date 13-03-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
4 CCF 7 The_Meaning_Of_Knowledge.Mp4

1)     Key Concepts Of Belief And Knowledge

2)     Definition Of An Assertion And Proposition

3)     Belief Is A Kind Of Propositional Attitude

4)     Forms Of Justification

5)     The Traditional Definition Of Knowledge

6)     Gettier Case

CCF 8  Karl_Popper,_Science,_And_Pseudoscience.Mp4

1)     Karl Popper

2)     His Insights Into Science. Pseudoscience And Knowledge

3)     Science Disconfrims

4)     Pseudoscince Confirms

·        Write or Draw A Mind Map By Hand On An A3 Size Paper Sheet And Lofically Express Your Understanding Of The Contents Of Each Chapter.

·        One Chapter In One A3 Paper Sheet

·        Each Homework Is A Team Work You Mist Carry Out Tofether With Your Team Mate(S) And Be Ready And Prepared To Explain It In Front Of Your Classmates And, Even, Ready To Argue Or Sustain Your Interpretation.

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
4 ·        Understand the key concept of belief and knowledge

·        Define assetion and proposition

·        Determine why belief is a kind of propositional attitude

·        Evaluate forms of justification

·        Assess the traditional definition of knowledge

·        Clarify Gettier’s case

·        Verify Karl Pepper’s theory

·        Identify Pepper’s insights into science

·        Explain what is pseudoscience and knowledge for Pepper

·        Understand why science disconfirms and pseudoscience confirms

 HOMEWORK

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
4 ·        Can you Understand the key concept of belief and knowledge

·        Can you Define assetion and proposition

·        Can you Determine why belief is a kind of propositional attitude

·        Can you Evaluate forms of justification

·        Can you Assess the traditional definition of knowledge

·        Can you Clarify Gettier’s case

·        Can you Verify Karl Pepper’s theory

·        Can you Identify Pepper’s insights into science

·        Can you Explain what is pseudoscience and knowledge for Pepper

·        Can you Understand why science disconfirms and pseudoscience confirms

    TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

Key concept of belief and knowledge – Assertion and proposition – Belief as propositional attitude – Forms of justification – Traditional definition of knowledge – Gettier’s case – Karl Pepper’s theory – Pepper’s insights into science – Pseudoscience and knowledge for Pepper – Why science disconfirms and pseudoscience confirms

 


LESSON PLAN W5L5
Week 5 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 5 Date 20-03-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
            5 CCF 13 The_Problem_Of_Evil.Mp4

1)     Problem Of Evil

2)     Different Theodicies

3)     Responses To Theodicies

CCF 14 Anti-Vaxxers,_Conspiracy_Theories.Mp4

1)     Epistemic Responsibility

2)     W. K. Clifford’s View

3)     William James’ View

CCF 15 Indiana_Jones___Pascal_S_Wager.Mp4

1)     Religious Pragmatism

2)     Pascal’s Wager

3)     Fideism

4)     Kierkegaard’s Leap To Faith

·        Write or Draw A Mind Map By Hand On An A3 Size Paper Sheet And Lofically Express Your Understanding Of The Contents Of Each Chapter.

·        One Chapter In One A3 Paper Sheet

·        Each Homework Is A Team Work You Mist Carry Out Tofether With Your Team Mate(S) And Be Ready And Prepared To Explain It In Front Of Your Classmates And, Even, Ready To Argue Or Sustain Your Interpretation.

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
            5 ·        Understand and define the problem of evil

·        Define the different theodicies

·        Determine the responses to theodicies

·        Evaluate and clarify the epistemic responsibility

·        Assess the view of Clifford

·        Clarify the view of James

·        Identify what is religious pragmatism

·        Explain the wager of Pascal

·        Review the concept of fideism

·        Understand the leap to faith of kirkegaard

·        Understand the key concept of belief and knowledge

·        Define assetion and proposition

·        Determine why belief is a kind of propositional attitude

·        Evaluate forms of justification

·        Assess the traditional definition of knowledge

·        Clarify Gettier’s case

·        Verify Karl Pepper’s theory

·        Identify Pepper’s insights into science

·        Explain what is pseudoscience and knowledge for Pepper

·        Understand why science disconfirms and pseudoscience confirms

HOMEWORK

 

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
5 ·        Can you Understand and define the problem of evil

·        Can you Define the different theodicies

·        Can you Determine the responses to theodicies

·        Can you Evaluate and clarify the epistemic responsibility

·        Can you Assess the view of Clifford

·        Can you Clarify the view of James

·        Can you Identify what is religious pragmatism

·        Can you Explain the wager of Pascal

·        Can you Review the concept of fideism

·        Can you Understand the leap to faith of kirkegaard

·        Can you Understand the key concept of belief and knowledge

·        Can you Can you Define assetion and proposition

·        Can you Determine why belief is a kind of propositional attitude

·        Can you Can you Evaluate forms of justification

·        Can you Assess the traditional definition of knowledge

·        Can you Clarify Gettier’s case

·        Can you Verify Karl Pepper’s theory

·        Can you Identify Pepper’s insights into science

·        Can you Explain what is pseudoscience and knowledge for Pepper

·        vUnderstand why science disconfirms and pseudoscience confirms

   TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

Problem of evil – Different theodicies – Responses to theodicies – Epistemic responsibility – View of Clifford – View of James – Religious pragmatism – Wager of Pascal – Concept of fideism – Leap to faith of kirkegaard – Key concept of belief and knowledge – Assertion and Proposition – Belief is a kind of propositional attitude – Forms of justification – Traditional definition of knowledge – Gettier’s case – Karl Pepper’s theory – Pepper’s insights into sciencePseudoscience and knowledge for Pepper- Why science disconfirms and pseudoscience confirms

 

LESSON PLAN W6L6
Week 6 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 6 Date 27-03-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
6 CCF 16 Existentialism.Mp4

1)     Jean Paul Sartre

2)     Essentialism

3)     Existantialism

CCF 17 Perspectives_On_Death.Mp4

1)     Death

2)     Socrates

3)     Epicurus

4)     Zhuangzhi

5)     Fearing Death Of Yourself

6)     Fearing Death Of Loved Ones

7)     Thomas Nagel

8)     Thomas Nagel

CCF 18 Batman___Identity.Mp4

1)     Different Ways Of Understanding Identity

2)     A. Indiscernibility Of Identicals

3)     B. Essential And Accidental Properties

4)     How Changes Affect Identity

5)     Persistence

CCF 19 Personal_Identity.Mp4

1)     Personal Identity

2)     Body Theory

3)     Memory Theory

4)     Why Identity Matters

·        Write or Draw A Mind Map By Hand On An A3 Size Paper Sheet And Lofically Express Your Understanding Of The Contents Of Each Chapter.

·        One Chapter In One A3 Paper Sheet

·        Each Homework Is A Team Work You Mist Carry Out Tofether With Your Team Mate(S) And Be Ready And Prepared To Explain It In Front Of Your Classmates And, Even, Ready To Argue Or Sustain Your Interpretation.

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
6 ·        Understand the ideas of Sartre

·        Define essentialism

·        Determine existentialism

·        Evaluate the idea of death

·        Assess the thoughts of socrates

·        Clarify the ideas of epicurus

·        Verify the thinking os zhuangzhi

·        Identify the reason of fear of death of yourself and your loved ones

·        Explain the ideas of thomas nagel

·        Review the different ways of understanding identity

·        Understand what is indiscernibility of identicals

·        Define the essential and accidental properties

·        Determine how changes affect identity

·        Evaluate the meaning os persistence

·        Assess what is personal identity

·        Clarify the nody theory

·        Verify the memory theory

·        Identify why identity matters

 HOMEWORK

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
 6 ·        Can You Understand the ideas of Sartre

·        Can You Define essentialism

·        Can You Determine existentialism

·        Can You Evaluate the idea of death

·        Can You Assess the thoughts of socrates

·        Can You Clarify the ideas of epicurus

·        Can You Verify the thinking os zhuangzhi

·        Can You Identify the reason of fear of death of yourself and your loved ones

·        Can You Explain the ideas of thomas nagel

·        Can You Review the different ways of understanding identity

·        Can You Understand what is indiscernibility of identicals

·        Can You Define the essential and accidental properties

·        Can You Determine how changes affect identity

·        Can You Evaluate the meaning os persistence

·        Can You Assess what is personal identity

·        Clarify the nody theory

·        Can You Verify the memory theory

·        Can You Identify why identity matters

    TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

Ideas of Sartre – Essentialism – Existentialism – Idea of death – Thoughts of socrates – Ideas of epicurus –Zhuangzhi – Fear of death of yourself and your loved ones – Thomas nagel – Understanding identity – Indiscernibility of identicals – Essential and Accidental Properties – How changes affect identity – Evaluate the meaning os persistence – Assess what is personal identity – Clarify the nody theory – Verify the memory theory – Identify why identity matters

 


LESSON PLAN W7L7
Week 7 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 7 Date 03-04-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
7 CCF 20 Arguments_Against_Personal_Identity.Mp4

1)     Personal Identity

2)     Hume’s Bundle Theory

3)     Parfit’s Theory Of Survival

CCF 21 Personhood.Mp4

1)     Personhood

2)     Genetic

3)     Social

4)     Science

5)     Gradation

CCF 22 Where_Does_Your_Mind_Reside.Mp4

1)     Where The Mind Resides

2)     Reductive Physicalism

3)     Substance Dualism

4)     Mysterianism

CCF 23 Artificial_Intelligence___Personhood.Mp4

1)     Artifical Intelligence

2)     Weak AI

3)     Strong AI

4)     Definition Of Strong AI

5)     The Turing Test

6)     The Chinese Room

7)     William Lycan

8)     Harry

9)     Brother John

·        Write or Draw A Mind Map By Hand On An A3 Size Paper Sheet And Lofically Express Your Understanding Of The Contents Of Each Chapter.

·        One Chapter In One A3 Paper Sheet

·        Each Homework Is A Team Work You Mist Carry Out Tofether With Your Team Mate(S) And Be Ready And Prepared To Explain It In Front Of Your Classmates And, Even, Ready To Argue Or Sustain Your Interpretation.

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
7 ·        Understand the concept of personal identity

·        Define the bundle theory of hume

·        Determine the theory of survival of Parfit

·        Evaluate the concept of personhood

·        Assess the idea of genetics

·        Clarify the idea of social

·        Verify the idea of science

·        Identify the main value of gradation

·        Explain where the mind resides

·        Review the concept of reductive physicalism

·        Understand the substance of dualism

·        Define the meaning os mysterianism

·        Determine the concept of Artifical Intelligence

·        Evaluate what is weak and what is strong AI

·        Assess the definition of strong AI

·        Clarify the value of the turing test

·        Verify the idea of the chinese room

·        Identify the different approaches of Lycan and Harry

·        Explain the meaning of Brother John

 HOMEWORK

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
7 ·        Can you Understand the concept of personal identity

·        Can you Define the bundle theory of hume

·        Can you Determine the theory of survival of Parfit

·        Can you Evaluate the concept of personhood

·        Can you Assess the idea of genetics

·        Can you Clarify the idea of social

·        Can you Verify the idea of science

·        Can you Identify the main value of gradation

·        Can you Explain where the mind resides

·        Can you Review the concept of reductive physicalism

·        Can you Understand the substance of dualism

·        Can you Define the meaning os mysterianism

·        Can you Determine the concept of Artifical Intelligence

·        Can you Evaluate what is weak and what is strong AI

·        Can you Assess the definition of strong AI

·        Can you Clarify the value of the turing test

·        Can you Verify the idea of the chinese room

·        Can you Identify the different approaches of Lycan and Harry

·        Can you Explain the meaning of Brother John

  TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

 Concept of personal identity – Bundle theory of hume – Theory of survival of Parfit – Concept of personhood – Idea of genetics – Idea of social – Idea of science – Main value of gradation – Mind – Concept of reductive physicalism – Substance of dualism – Meaning os mysterianism – Concept of Artifical Intelligence – Weak and what is strong AI – Definition of strong AI – Turing test – Chinese room – Different approaches of Lycan and Harry – Brother John

 

LESSON PLAN W8L8
Week 8 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 8 Date 10-04-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
8 Week 8 Mid Term Written Test Quiz 20% (Covering academic profram covered from Week 1 to 7)

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
8 ·        The student will be given an in class test with a set of four objective questions (25% mark each complete answer) and

·        the test will last 90 minutes.

·        The student on the exam day will need to register 10 minutes in advance and be seated at the numbered seat allocated by the teacher.

·        The student will need to bring two black ink pens, personal ID card and student card.

·        Paper will be given by the teacher on the day tofether with the set of questions.

·        The student will be allowed to bring water or any other non-intoxicating drink in class.

·        Any form of cheating will not be tolerated and the student will be invited to leave the class and be given a failure mark

  TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

 


LESSON PLAN W9L9
Week 9 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 9 Date 17-04-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
9 CCF 24 Determinism_Vs_Free_Will.Mp4

1)     Libertarian Free Will

2)     Hard Determinism

CCF 25 COMPATIBILISM.Mp4

1)     Compatibilism

2)     Free Actions In A Deterministic World

3)     Frankfurt Cases

4)     Patricia Churchland

CCF 26 Language___Meaning.Mp4

1)     Meaning

2)     Sense And References

3)     Beetles In A Boxes

4)     Language Games

5)     Bananas Are Chom Chom

CCF 27 Netflix___Chill.Mp4

1)     Conversational Implicature

2)     The Cooperative Principle

3)     Four Main Maxims Of Successful Communication

4)     Paul Grice

5)     Performative Utterances

6)     Bananas Are Chom Choms

·        Write or Draw A Mind Map By Hand On An A3 Size Paper Sheet And Lofically Express Your Understanding Of The Contents Of Each Chapter.

·        One Chapter In One A3 Paper Sheet

·        Each Homework Is A Team Work You Mist Carry Out Tofether With Your Team Mate(S) And Be Ready And Prepared To Explain It In Front Of Your Classmates And, Even, Ready To Argue Or Sustain Your Interpretation.

 

 

 LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
9 ·        Understand the idea of libertarian free will

·        Define what is hard determinism

·        Determine what is compatibilism

·        Evaluate the meaning of free action in a deterministic world

·        Assess the frankfurt cases

·        Clarify the ideas of patricia curchland

·        Verify meaning of language

·        Identify sense and references

·        Explain the role of language games

·        Review the reasons why bananas are com com

·        Understand what are conversational implicature

·        Define the four main maxims of successful communication

·        Determine the principle of paul grice

·        Evaluate what are performative utterances

·        Clarify why bananas are chom chom

 HOMEWORK

 WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
9 ·        Can you Understand the idea of libertarian free will

·        Can you Define what is hard determinism

·        Can you Determine what is compatibilism

·        Can you Evaluate the meaning of free action in a deterministic world

·        Can you Assess the frankfurt cases

·        Can you Clarify the ideas of patricia curchland

·        Can you Verify meaning of language

·        Can you Identify sense and references

·        Can you Explain the role of language games

·        Can you Review the reasons why bananas are com com

·        Can you Understand what are conversational implicature

·        Can you Define the four main maxims of successful communication

·        Can you Determine the principle of paul grice

·        Can you Evaluate what are performative utterances

·        Can you Clarify why bananas are chom chom

  TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

Libertarian free will – Hard determinism – Compatibilism – Free action in a deterministic world – Frankfurt cases – Patricia curchland – Language – Sense and references – language games, Conversational implicature – Four main maxims of successful communication – Principle of paul grice – Performative utterances

 

LESSON PLAN W10L10
Week 10 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 10 Date 24-04-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
10 CCF 30 Aesthetic_Appreciation.Mp4

1)     Art And Aesthetic Appreciayion

2)     What Makes Something An Artwork

3)     Whether Art Canbe Defined

4)     Whether Aesthetic Value Is Objective Or Subjective

5)     The Development Of Taste

CCF 31 Aesthetics.Mp4

1)     R. G. Collinwood Of Art

2)     Aristotle’s Concept Of Catharsi

3)     The Paradox Of Fiction

4)     The Debate Between Autonomism And Moralism

CCF 32 Metaethics.Mp4

1)     Metaethics

2)     Three Forms Of Moral Realism

3)     Descriptive And Normative Cultural Relativism

4)     Moral Subjectivism

5)     Concept Of Ethical Theory

·        Write or Draw A Mind Map By Hand On An A3 Size Paper Sheet And Lofically Express Your Understanding Of The Contents Of Each Chapter.

·        One Chapter In One A3 Paper Sheet

·        Each Homework Is A Team Work You Mist Carry Out Tofether With Your Team Mate(S) And Be Ready And Prepared To Explain It In Front Of Your Classmates And, Even, Ready To Argue Or Sustain Your Interpretation.

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
10 ·        Understand what is art and aesthetic appreciation

·        Define the meaning of artwork

·        Determine aesthetic value

·        Evaluate the meaning of taste

·        Assess the concept of art of collingwood

·        Clarify the Catharsi of aristotle

·        Verify the paradox of fiction

·        Identify the debate between autonomics and moralism

·        Explain what is metaethics

·        Review the three forms of moral realism

·        Understand the difference between descripttive and normative cultural relativism

·        Define moral subjectivism

·        Determine the concept of ethical theory

HOMEWORK

 

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
10 ·        Can you Understand what is art and aesthetic appreciation

·        Can you Define the meaning of artwork

·        Can you Determine aesthetic value

·        Can you Evaluate the meaning of taste

·        Can you Assess the concept of art of collingwood

·        Can you Clarify the Catharsi of aristotle

·        Can you Verify the paradox of fiction

·        Can you Identify the debate between autonomics and moralism

·        Can you Explain what is metaethics

·        Can you Review the three forms of moral realism

·        Can you Understand the difference between descripttive and normative cultural relativism

·        Can you Define moral subjectivism

·        Can you Determine the concept of ethical theory

    TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

Art and aesthetic appreciation – Artwork – Aesthetic value – Taste – Art of collingwood –  Catharsi of aristotle – Paradox of fiction – Autonomics and moralism – Metaethics – Moral realism – Descripttive and normative cultural relativism – Moral subjectivism – Ethical theory

 

LESSON PLAN W11L11

Week 11 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 11 Date 01-05-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
11 CCF 33 Divine_Command_Theory.Mp4

1)     Divine Command Theory

2)     Eutyphro Problem

CCF 34 Natural_Law_Theory.Mp4

1)     Aquina’s Natural Law Theory

2)     The Basic Goods

3)     Natural Law

4)     The Is-Ought Problem

·        Write or Draw A Mind Map By Hand On An A3 Size Paper Sheet And Lofically Express Your Understanding Of The Contents Of Each Chapter.

·        One Chapter In One A3 Paper Sheet

·        Each Homework Is A Team Work You Mist Carry Out Tofether With Your Team Mate(S) And Be Ready And Prepared To Explain It In Front Of Your Classmates And, Even, Ready To Argue Or Sustain Your Interpretation.

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
11 ·        Understand the divine command theory

·        Define the problem of eutyphro

·        Determine the natual law of theory of aquinas

·        Evaluate the basic goods

·        Assess the natural law

·        Clarify the IS-Ought problem

HOMEWORK

 

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
11 ·        Can you Understand the divine command theory

·        Can you Define the problem of eutyphro

·        Can you Determine the natual law of theory of aquinas

·        Can you Evaluate the basic goods

·        Can you Assess the natural law

·        Can you Clarify the IS-Ought problem

  TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

Divine command theory – Problem of eutyphro – Natual law of theory of aquinas – basic goods – natural law = IS-Ought problem

 

 
LESSON PLAN W12L12
Week 12 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 12 Date 08-05-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
12 CCF 35 Kant___Categorical_Imperatives.Mp4

1)     Kant’s Ethics

2)     Hypothetical And Categorical Imperatives

3)     The Universalizability Principle

4)     Autonomy

5)     Treating People As Ends-In-Themselves

CCF 36 Controversy_Of_Intelligence.Mp4

1)     Defining Intelligence

2)     Types Of Intelligence

3)     G-Factor

4)     Sherlock Holmes

5)     Intelligence Testing

6)     IQ Scores

7)     Eugenics

8)     Intelligence Controversy

CCF 37 Contractarianism.Mp4

1)     Contractarianism

2)     Hobbe’s State Of Nature

3)     The Prisoner’s Dilemma

4)     Benefit And Costs Of Violating The Contract

·        Write or Draw A Mind Map By Hand On An A3 Size Paper Sheet And Lofically Express Your Understanding Of The Contents Of Each Chapter.

·        One Chapter In One A3 Paper Sheet

·        Each Homework Is A Team Work You Mist Carry Out Tofether With Your Team Mate(S) And Be Ready And Prepared To Explain It In Front Of Your Classmates And, Even, Ready To Argue Or Sustain Your Interpretation.

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
            12 ·        Understand the ethics of kant

·        Define hypothetical and categorical imperatives

·        Determine the principle of universalizability

·        Clarify the meaning of treating people as ends-in-themselves

·        Define intelligence

·        Identify types of ointelligence

·        Explain what is G-factor

·        Understand sherlock holmes

·        Define intelligence testing

·        Determine the value of IQ stores

·        Evaluate the meaning eugenics

·        Assess the intelligence controversy

·        Clarify what is contractarianism

·        Verify the state of nature in Hobbes

·        Identify the meaning of the Prisoner’s dilemma

·        Explain what are the benefits and costs of violating the contract

HOMEWORK

 WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
12 ·        Can you Understand the ethics of kant

·        Can you Define hypothetical and categorical imperatives

·        Can you Determine the principle of universalizability

·        Can you Clarify the meaning of treating people as ends-in-themselves

·        Can you Define intelligence

·        Can you Identify types of ointelligence

·        Can you Explain what is G-factor

·        Can you Understand sherlock holmes

·        Can you Define intelligence testing

·        Can you Determine the value of IQ stores

·        Can you Evaluate the meaning eugenics

·        Can you Assess the intelligence controversy

·        Can you Clarify what is contractarianism

·        Can you Verify the state of nature in Hobbes

·        Can you Identify the meaning of the Prisoner’s dilemma

·        Can you Explain what are the benefits and costs of violating the contract

  TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

Ethics of kant – Hypothetical and categorical imperatives – Principle of universalizability – Meaning of treating people as ends-in-themselves – Intelligence – Types of ointelligence – G-factor – Sherlock holmes – Intelligence testing – Value of IQ stores – Eugenics – intelligence controversy – contractarianism – state of nature in Hobbes – Prisoner’s dilemma benefits and costs of violating the contract

 

LESSON PLAN W13L13
Week 13 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 13 Date 15-05-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
13 CCF 38 Aristotle___Virtue.Mp4

1)     Virtue Theory

2)     Golden Mean

3)     Moral Exemplars

4)     Eudaimonia

CCF 39 Moral_Luck.Mp4

1)     Moral Luck

2)     Moral And Casual Responsibility

3)     Praise And Blame

CCF 40 What_Is_Justice.Mp4

1)     Theories Of Justice

2)     Just Distribution

3)     Approaches To Punishment

·        Write or Draw A Mind Map By Hand On An A3 Size Paper Sheet And Lofically Express Your Understanding Of The Contents Of Each Chapter.

·        One Chapter In One A3 Paper Sheet

·        Each Homework Is A Team Work You Mist Carry Out Tofether With Your Team Mate(S) And Be Ready And Prepared To Explain It In Front Of Your Classmates And, Even, Ready To Argue Or Sustain Your Interpretation.

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
13 ·        Understand the theory of virtue

·        Define the concept of golden mean

·        Determine what are moral exemplars

·        Evaluate what is eudaintonia

·        Assess what is moral luck

·        Clarify what is moral and causal responsibility

·        Verify what is praise andblame

·        Identify theories of justice

·        Explain what is just distribution

·        Understand what are the approaches to punishment

  HOMEWORK

 WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
13 ·        Can you Understand the theory of virtue

·        Can you Define the concept of golden mean

·        Can you Determine what are moral exemplars

·        Can you Evaluate what is eudaintonia

·        Can you Assess what is moral luck

·        Can you Clarify what is moral and causal responsibility

·        Can you Verify what is praise andblame

·        Can you Identify theories of justice

·        Can you Explain what is just distribution

·        Can you Understand what are the approaches to punishment

  TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

Theory of virtue – Concept of golden mean – What are moral exemplars – Eudaintonia – Moral luck – Moral and causal responsibility – What is praise and blame – Theories of justice – Just distribution – Approaches to punishment

 

PREFINAL EXAM W14L14
Week 14 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 14 Date 25-05-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
14 Week 14 Pre Final Exam Written Test 20% (Covering academic profram covered from Week 8 to 12)

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week TOPIC LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
14 a)      The student will be given an in-class test with a set of four objective questions (25% mark each complete answer) and the test will last 90 minutes.

b)     The student on the exam day will need to register 10 minutes in advance and be seated at the numbered seat allocated by the teacher.

c)      The student will need to bring two black ink pens, personal ID card and student card. Paper will be given by the teacher on the day tofether with the set of questions.

d)     The student will be allowed to bring water or any other non-intoxicating drink in class.

e)      Any form of cheating will not be tolerated and the student will be invited to leave the class and be given a failure mark

 

  TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

 

 LESSON PLAN W15L15
Week 15 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 15 Date 29-05-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
15 CCF 41 Discrimination.Mp4

1)     Discrimination

2)     Cases Of Discrimination

3)     Defining Intelligence

4)     Responses To Those Cases

5)     Views On When To Discriminate

CCF 42 Non-Human_Animals.Mp4

1)     More Considerations Regarding Non-Human Animals

2)     Views From Singer And Cohen

3)     Concept Of Equal Consideration Of Interests

 

·

·        Write or Draw A Mind Map By Hand On An A3 Size Paper Sheet And Lofically Express Your Understanding Of The Contents Of Each Chapter.

·        One Chapter In One A3 Paper Sheet

·        Each Homework Is A Team Work You Mist Carry Out Tofether With Your Team Mate(S) And Be Ready And Prepared To Explain It In Front Of Your Classmates And, Even, Ready To Argue Or Sustain Your Interpretation.

 

 

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
15 ·        Understand the concept of discrimination

·        Define case of discrimination

·        Determine the responses to these cases

·        Evaluate views on when to discriminate

·        Assess more considerations regarding non human animals

·        Clarify the views of singer and cohen

·        Verify the concept of equal consideration of interests

                                                             

HOMEWORK

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
15 ·        Can you Understand the concept of discrimination

·        Can you Define case of discrimination

·        Can you Determine the responses to these cases

·        Can you Evaluate views on when to discriminate

·        Can you Assess more considerations regarding non human animals

·        Can you Clarify the views of singer and cohen

·        Can you Verify the concept of equal consideration of interests

  TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

Concept of discrimination – Case of discrimination – Responses to these cases – Views on when to discriminate – Considerations regarding non human animals – Views of singer and cohen – Concept of equal consideration of interests

 

LESSON PLAN W16L16
Week 16 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 16 Date 05-06-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

TOPIC

Week Topic Pages – Homework – Reference Material
16 General Review of all Homework, Research and Assignments before final exams  All homework, research, projects must be completed and handed over to the instructor. No delays or justifying reasons are accepted and marks shall be deducted for delays or incompleteness

LEARNING GOALS

Week LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES
16 ·        The student will learn the importance of timely delivery of all the required homework, research papers, assignment

·        The student will comprehend that well elaboratedand compiled studying documentation goes a long way in being rewarded and placed in high consideration

 HOMEWORK

WEEK SUMMARY QUESTIONS
16  

 

   

  TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

 

FINAL EXAM W17L17
Week 17 Day Monday Lecture Room  204
Lesson 17 Date 12-06-2017 Class Code  1601
Duration 90’ Time 3-4 Students Total 45

 

            17 Week 17 Pre Final Exam Written Test 20% (Covering academic profram covering from Week 13 to 16)

 

 LEARNING GOALS

Week TOPIC LEARNING GOALS AND STUDYING OBJECTIVES  
            17 a)       The student will be given an in class test with a set of four objective questions (25% mark each complete answer) and the test will last 90 minutes.

b)     The student on the exam day will need to register 10 minutes in advance and be seated at the numbered seat allocated by the teacher.

c)      The student will need to bring two black ink pens, personal ID card and student card.

d)     Paper will be given by the teacher on the day tofether with the set of questions.

e)      The student will be allowed to bring water or any other non-intoxicating drink in class.

f)      Any form of cheating will not be tolerated and the student will be invited to leave the class and be given a failure mark

 

 

TEACHING REFERENCES

See Bibliofraphy Section

 TO BE REMEMBERED

PLEASE ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT RULE 53.4.A TO F APPLIES FOR ALL WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS AND SEMESTER PROJECTS

 TEACHING GOALS AND TASKS

The following topics should be covered or touched or referred to during the class. Due to time limit constraints, the lecturer may opt to provide further reading to the students and motivate the importance of widening the academic notions shared during the lecturing time.

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