Today I'm giving 1-on-1 oral exams for students in my two MCCC Philosophy of Religion classes.
Whitman Center students will have their exams at the Whitman Center in our regular classroom.
Main Campus students will have their exams in room A153.
The questions are:
- Bertrand Russell's "A Free Man's Worship."
- Nietzsche's "Parable of the Mad Man."
- Gould's "Two Separate Domains."
- William Lane Craig's "The Indispensability of Theological Metaethical Foundations for Morality."
Tomorrow evening I give exam 6 in my Logic class. On Vaughn, Ch. 9 - "Inference to the Best Explanation."