Introduction to Philosophy, exam 1 topics

This is just a list of terms, examples, concepts, etc. that you ought to be familiar with, and some questions you should be able to address. Simply memorizing terms isn't sufficient for understanding the class material, of course, but this might be of some use to you as a start to approaching what you ought to know. This list is in addition to the items mentioned explicitly in the essay questions; I've haven't included all those items here, for the sake of saving time and space. Look over the list of possible reading response paper topics too to get a handle on what we've covered.

Benedict and Pojman on relativism

Divine Command Theory

Kant Bentham Mill

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