Phil 101: First Review Sheet for Final

This page is meant to summarize the notions, theories, and arguments discussed in the first half of the class (up until we began discussing personal identity). To prepare for the final exam, be sure you know what each of the following mean, and what bearing they have on the issues we discussed in class.


These are some general philosophy concepts that were introduced in these introductory readings:

and some of which were also used later in the class or in readings. If you’re unclear on any of them, go through those introductory readings again.

See also the discussion of conditionals at the start of the first webpage on Leibniz’s Law, for these notions (also discussed in the introductory readings above):

Free Will


Other Minds