I made a couple of small clarification-related tweaks to the exam #4 review sheet, so it’s now version 2. Nothing new was added, though. It’s, as before, available on the Exams page.

Version 1 of the exam #4 review sheet is now available on the Exams page.

As announced, exam #4 will be given in class on Friday, November 14th. And the review session will be Thursday November 13th in LC21 from 6:00 to 7:30pm.

Exam #4 scheduling

Exam #4 is now scheduled for Friday 11/14. The review session will meet on Thursday Nov 13 in LC21 from 6 to 7:30pm.

Version 1 of the exam #3 review sheet is now available on the Exams page.

As announced, exam #3 will be given in class on Friday, October 24th. And the review session will be Thursday October 23rd in LC21 from 5 to 6:30pm.

Clicker scores

Clicker scores are now available on the Scores/Grades page. You’ll need your post code (given out on your returned exam #1) to find your scores.

Exam #2 review sheet

[UPDATE: Version 2 is now up, as of 2pm Thursday.]

Version 1 of the exam #2 review sheet is now available on the Exams page.

As announced, exam #2 will be given in class on Monday, October 6th.

Exam #1 review sheet

UPDATE: Version 2 now posted, Noon Thursday.

Version 1 of the exam #1 review sheet is now available on the Exams page.

As announced, exam #1 will be given in class on Monday, September 15th.

Exam #1 review session

The review session for exam #1 will be held Sunday, 9/14 in LC20 from 5 to 6:30pm.

Office hours

Our office hours are now set:

  • Ron McClamrock: Wed 1:40-2:30 and Fri 9-10

  • Natasha Karablina: Mon 11:30-12:30 and Tue 3-4pm
  • Day 1 overheads

    The overheads for today are posted now on the Overheads page. (Normally, I’ll just post them and not make any special note of that on the main page.)

    This the home page for Prof. Ron McClamrock’s Philosophy 111, The Mind and the World, to be taught in the Fall semester of 2014.

    A preliminary course syllabus available here. I still expect some mostly minor changes.

    Here’s a brief course description:

    A survey and critical examination of topics in contemporary philosophy, focusing largely on the relationship between the human mind and the natural world. Topics will include skepticism about knowledge of the external world, the relationship between the mind and the brain, the possibility of the mind causing free actions, and the existence or non-existence of God. Grade will be based on a combination of in-class exams (80%) and in-class quizzes and participation (20%, using the iClicker).

    If you have questions about the the course, please e-mail me at ron – at – albany – dot – edu.