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Contemporary Epistemology Dacela OUTLINE FORMAT

Instructions: Times New Roman, 12, Two Columns. Single Spaced. Recycled short bond paper. Heading: a. Name b. Student Number c. Outline Number d. Title of the article (or chapter) e. Source: Title of the book (or website), Author, page or chapter f. Date Submitted 3. Read the article / section of the book. 4. Identify the thesis statements. (sequence: 1, 2,3 ) 5. Identify the supporting statements. Place them under the thesis statement they are supporting /or explaining (sequence: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 ) 6. Highlight the important terms / phrases. (any color will do) 7. Vocabulary a. Place here the difficult words with their dictionary definition. b. Format: word (part of speech as used in the article) - preposition (the one used in the article, if there is any), meaning. Synonym. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. 2.

Sample Outline:

Mark Anthony Dacela 18920334 Outline 1 Title: Status of Knowing Source: The Philosophy of Knowledge, Kenneth Gallagher. Chapter 1 January 15, 2010

Wonder

The wonder in which is spoken here should not be thought of as any equivalent of curiosity or need to collect information. 1. Nor is it like the bewilderment one might feel in the face of an elaborate mechanism. 2. Philosophical wonder is not primarily before the complicated and abstruse, but before the simple, the obvious, and the close at hand. 1. It is the obvious which is most unfathomable, and it is in the region of the near at hand that the great philosophical questions have emerge in which they continue to dwell. Vocabulary:
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Abstruse (adj) difficult to comprehend. Obscure.