Phil 145:Information on In-class Papers

You will be asked to write a series of in-class essays. These essays are worth about 1-2% each, are to be completed at the end of each class, and are to be about 1 paragraph long. They are intended to provide students an opportunity to raise questions, comment on the readings, discuss problems with the material, as well as answer specific questions I pose. A total of 10% of the class grade is assigned to these essays (you can miss 4 with no penalty). Most essays will receive full marks, as long as there is evidence of an attempt to answer the questions well.

Note on avoidance of academic offenses:
All students registered in the courses of the Faculty of arts are expected to know what constitutes an academic offense, to avoid committing academic offenses, and to take responsibility for their academic actions. When the commission of an offense is established, it will be acknowledged by disciplinary penalties. For information on categories of offenses and types of penalties, students are directed to consult the summary of Policy #71 (Student Academic Discipline) which is supplied in the Undergraduate Calendar (p. 1:11). (see here for more info)