Online Study Guide for Philosophy 1
This is the online study guide for Philosophy 1. Click for the Syllabus for Philosophy 1.
Spring 2007 Quiz Dates
STUDENTS IN ONLINE SECTIONS PLEASE NOTE: All the hyperlinked readings below are available from within Angel. You don't need to use this online Study Guide unless Angel is unavailable.
The required text by Donald Palmer is NOT available online. However, all the required primary-source texts (classic works) are available online. They are
The online translations of Plato and Descartes are public domain, i.e., old. You are welcome to use them if you like, but they are not exactly the same as the more modern Hackett translations in the bookstore.
In addition to the primary source texts above, the following essays comprise the online study guide and are required reading for Dr. LaFave's sections of Philosophy 1 (Introduction to Philosophy).
Who wrote this online study guide? Unless otherwise indicated, I, Sandra LaFave (your instructor), wrote everything listed here. So if you are in my class, it would be really dumb to plagiarize from these notes, right?
If you are not in my class and you plagiarize from these notes, remember that your philosophy teacher can find these pages as easily as you did.
You can also purchase a set of most of the essays in hard-copy (paper) format from the WVC Bookstore for about $5.00.