EXAM REVIEW SOCIAL SCIENCES

TERMS TO KNOW:
Culture
Agents of socialization
Cultural Informants
Ethnology
Ethnocentricism
Classical, operant conditioning
Richard Lee-Anthro.
Piaget
Psychoanalysis
Innate behviour
Jung-model of mind
Freud-model of the mind
Ethnocentric
Auguste Comte
Primary, Secondary, resocialization
Classical conditioning
Cultural Materialsim
Frustration Agreesion Theory
Inquiry Model
Sublimation
Social Darwinism
Psychological Drive
Psychological influence
Phobias
Objective conclusions
Subjective conclusion
Reflexivity
Noam Chomsky
Human orgins
Donald Johansson
Perceptual Sets
Negativity Bias
Elizabeth Loftus
Eric Erikson
Abraham Maslow
Edward Bernays
Piraha
Recursion
Falsification
Distributive Justice
Marx-cake
Edward Snowden
Devinace
criminality
Social Stratification
Milgram
Pavlov
Gardner
Durkheim
B.F Skinner
Strained theory of ditsribution
Henry Tajfel Social identity theory

*Defense Mechanism
*Group Think
*Unethical Experiments
*Agents of socialization
*Maslow- Philip Petitt
*Defense Mechanism

X TWO SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT PSYCHOLOGY
X TWO SCHOOL OF THOUGHT SOCIOLOGY
X  DARWINISM AND SOCIAL DARWINISM


Exam Review Philosophy

 EXAM REVIEW FOR PHILOSOPHY

EXAM REVIEW PHILOSOPHY
There will be 60 multiple choice questions worth 30 marks
There will be four long answer questions. Choose Four of Seven possible questions 40 marks
There will be one 5 paragraph comparative essay question.
CHOOSE ONE OF TWO possible questions.
THE CONTENT OF THE TWO QUESTIONS WILL BE BASED ON THE THREE BRANCHES OF PHILOSOPHY.
THEY WILL BE GENERAL QUESTIONS
BASED UPON:
THE DICHOTMOUS VIEWS OF EACH ARE:
METAPHYSICS: Idealism vs. Materialism or Monism vs Dualism
(if you choose this you can use Models of the Mind found in Chapter 5 to support your thesis)
EPISTEMOLOGY: Rationalism vs. Empiricism or a combination of both:
Transcendental Idealism.
NORMATIVE ETHICS SYSTEMS:
Consequentialism (Hedonism, Utilitarianism)
Non-consequentialist (Virtue Ethics, Kantian Ethics, Divine Command Ethics,
Natural Law Ethics, Affect-based Ethics) IT MUST BE ONE OR THE OTHER FOR ETHICS.
THE ESSAY MUST BE BACKED UP BY LOGICAL ARGUMENTATION.  
IF YOU SIMPLY ASSERT THAT ONE VIEW IS BETTER THAN THE OTHER
YOU WILL FAIL THIS PORTION OF THE EXAM.
DON’T STATE: AQUINAS BELIEVED THIS VIEW, MILL BELIEVED THIS VIEW.
THEREFORE, MILL IS CORRECT.
YOU MUST DEMONSTRATE ANALYSIS OF THEIR ARGUMENETS.


TERMINOLOGY NEXT PAGES

TERMINOLOGY                     

Define the following terms:
Philosophy
Wonder
Autonomy freedom                                        
Value of philosophy according to Russell
Three branches of philosophy
7 fields of philosophy
Plato’s myth of the cave                                 
Rene Margarite False Mirror
Proposition
Law of identity
Law of non-contradiction
Law of excluded middle
Principle of sufficient reason
Valid deductive argument
Strong inductive argument
Abductive argument
The four idols of Bacon
Distortions in thinking according to the text
Elements of Cogent arguments
Fallacies: Problematical premise
Straw man
Attack on person
Attack on motive
Attack on person
Band Wagon
Appeal to ignorance
Begging the question
Equivocation
Loaded term
Slippery Slope
Accident
Hasty generalization
Composition
Decomposition
Post Hoc
Appeal to pity    


METAPHYSICS
Idealism
Materialism
Monism
Dualism
Heraclitus
XParmenides
Perfect forms
Descartes
Spinoza
Heidegger
XExperience Machine
XLev Zasetsky
Abu Nasr Al-Farabi
John Locke
XDescartes
Kant
Ibn Sina
Cognitive Science
Identity theory
Eliminative Materialism
Nagel
New Mysterianism
XAnthropic Principle
Omnipotence paradox
Perceiver Relativity argument
XNihilism
Ataraxia
Jean Paul Sartre on the meaning of life
J.P. on bad faith, existence precedes essence
No human nature, radical freedom
Tolstoy


Epistemology
Cogito ergo sum
Pythagoras
Anemnesis
Rationalism
A priori
A posterior
Aristotle
Empiricism
Locke
Epistemological dualism
Correspondence theory
Berkeley’s Critique of Locke
The epistemic gap
The gap between your knowledge of the reality and reality as it is in and of itself.
Berkeley’s solution to the epistemic gap The problem with this solution     
Hume’s two categories of knowledge: Fork
The assumption of causality                 
Kant on Hume’s view of causality                
Kant’s Copernican revolution in knowledge
Pragmatic theory of truth                                  
Ethics
Social Darwinism
XHume’s Guillotine- Emotivism
Metaethics
Normative ethics
Applied Ethics
Egoistic relativism
Social relativism
Modus Vivendi
Incommensurable Pluralism
Metaethical Relativism
Simon Blackburn
Divine Command theory
XEuthyphro Dilemma
Value Laden Judgement
Utilitarianism
Kantian Ethics
Virtuous Mean
Proximity Principle ( the closer in proximity you are to others the more moral obligation you will show to them)


Political Philosophy


Communitarianism-Aristotle



W Exam Review Philosophy semester 2 2018