Online Study Guide for Philosophy 3
This is the online study guide for Philosophy 3. If you want to see the current syllabus for Philosophy 3, click here. The Syllabus contains dates, assignments, grading policies, and other useful information.
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The following are required reading for Dr. LaFave's sections of Philosophy 3. If you are taking Phil 3 online, all the following files have already been incorporated into the class in Angel, so you don't really have to use this Study Guide.
If you have not taken Philosophy 1 (Introduction to Philosophy), or it's been a while since you've taken it, you may want to refer also to my Online Study Guide for Philosophy 1, especially the general background essays on free will, Hume, and Kant.
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 are thinking about plagiarizing from these notes, think again: your philosophy teacher can find these pages as easily as you did.
Please note that these readings are IN ADDITION TO the assigned readings listed in the Syllabus.
Readings for Test on Critical Thinking
Readings for Test on Writing