1. Question
: You have been tasked to write
an opinion paper in one of your courses. Which question should you ask yourself
to best ensure that you have considered the implications and consequences of
your position?

Student Answer: What am I trying to accomplish through my

What is the main idea of my position?

Is there another way to interpret my

If someone accepts my position, what may be
the positive or negative impacts?

Points Received: 0 of 5

Question 2. Question
: Which of the following pieces
of information is most clearly relevant to determining the question at issue in
a particular text?

Student Answer: A description of the problem that the author
is trying to solve.

A description of the author’s biography.

An answer to how long the author spent
researching the field of study most relevant to conclusion.
An answer to whether the author was paid or
unpaid for his or her research.

Points Received: 5 of 5

Question 3. Question
: Which of the following claims
most clearly does not meet the intellectual standard of “logic”?

Student Answer: All bachelors live in apartment buildings.

Most bachelors will eventually get married.

Some bachelors have beards.

Some bachelors are married.

Points Received: 5 of 5

Question 4. Question
: A student studies very hard
for an upcoming quiz. The student learns the material very well; however, she
does poorly on the test because she studied the wrong chapters. The student

Student Answer: relevance in her studying.

fairness in her studying.

depth in her studying.

breadth in her studying.

Points Received: 5 of 5

Question 5. Question
: Determining the
“connectedness” of an assertion to the question at issue is a practical
application of the universal intellectual standard of:

Student Answer: clarity.




Points Received: 5 of 5

Question 6. Question
: Which of the following
descriptions best corresponds to the intellectual trait of “egocentric

Student Answer: Basing our thinking and opinions upon
intuitive, personal ideas only without questioning them
Basing our thinking and opinions upon popular
ideas only without questioning them
Centering our thoughts on the ego of our

Centering our thoughts on the beliefs of
those around us

Points Received: 5 of 5

Question 7. Question
: Which of the following items
would be the most useful piece of advice to offer to a student writing his or
her first philosophy paper?

Student Answer: The more you write, the better. It is always
most convincing if you say as much about your topic as possible.
You should always be sensitive to alternative
points of view on your topic. Be sure to respond to possible objections to your
Always be sure that the paper contains five
paragraphs. Every persuasive paper should contain an introduction, three
supporting paragraphs, and a conclusion.
The most important thing in writing a
persuasive paper is to stick to your thesis. So be sure not to get sidetracked
by considering more than one point of view on the issue.

Points Received: 5 of 5

Question 8. Question
: Which of the following
statements best corresponds to the intellectual trait of “intellectual

Student Answer: Treating all viewpoints alike without
reference to one’s own feelings or vested interests
Recognizing the need to be true to one’s own

Recognizing that one should not claim to know
more than one actually knows
Being able to imaginatively put oneself in
the place of others

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