Reviewing for Exam on Part II.

Philosophical Reflection on Terrorism




This exam will count as 35% of your final grade.  On the date listed on the syllabus, an in-class exam will be given on class lectures and on the readings.  The exam will include objective sections and essay questions.  (A make-up exam will be given only for highly extenuating circumstances and will be considerably more difficult.)

Objective Portion of Exam

The objective portion of the exam will count as 60 points and will include matching, multiple choice, fill in the blank, and true or false sections.
 


To review for this portion of the exam be familiar with the topics listed below (shown as overheads in class and available under study guides in course materials on web) and with the readings with which they correlate.
 

More specifically, you should know the following:
  Essay Portion of Exam

The Essay Portion of the Exam will count 40 points, 10 points on the first question and 15 points on the second question and 15 points on the third question.

Question on Defining Terrorism will count 10 points.  The questions given on the exam will be identical to or very similar to the ones listed below.  In your essay, select one of the two that are given from the three listed below and write a response that aims to be accurate, relevant, and clear.
 


Essay Questions on How Philosophy Can Respond to Terrorism will count 15 points each.  The questions given on the exam will be identical to or very similar to ones listed below.  In your essays, select two of the three that are given from the four listed below and write responses that aims to be accurate, relevant, and clear.