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authorSean Whitton <spwhitton@spwhitton.name>2018-01-12 08:21:23 -0700
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PHIL 205 for this semester
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* [[PHIL 150C1 -- Philosophical Perspectives on Society|philos/teaching/PHIL 150C1]]
* [[PHIL 160D1 -- Justice and Virtue|philos/teaching/PHIL 160D1]]
-* [[PHIL 205 -- The Ethics and Economics of Wealth Creation|philos/teaching/PHIL 205 pre-session]]
+* [[PHIL 205 -- The Ethics and Economics of Weatlh Creation|philos/teaching/PHIL 205]]
+<!-- * [[PHIL 205 -- The Ethics and Economics of Wealth Creation|philos/teaching/PHIL 205 pre-session]] -->
* [[PHIL 220 -- The Philosophy of Happiness|philos/teaching/PHIL 220]]
# Logic for secondary school
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+# TA
+
+* Sean Whitton `<spwhitton@email.arizona.edu>`
+* Taking sections **A, B and C**
+* Offices: Social Sciences 130, 138 and 140 (basement level; please look for me in all three rooms)
+* Spring 2017 office hours: TBD
+
+# Downloads
+
+None yet. See [D2L][] for the course syllabus.
+
+[D2L]: https://d2l.arizona.edu/
+
+# Policy
+
+## Section synopsis
+
+The purposes of the discussion section are to
+
+1. clarify any parts of the course material which you aren't sure you
+ understood; and
+2. engage philosophically with the course material by talking about it
+ as a group.
+
+Although I have studied the authors we'll be reading before, I'm
+hoping that by discussing them with you I'll learn something new. So
+please feel free to speak up regarding (1) and (2). There are no
+stupid questions!
+
+## E-mail
+
+I aim to respond to all e-mails within two working days. Please do
+not expect a response sooner than one working day, and do not expect
+to receive a reply on Saturday or Sunday. Please do not e-mail
+Prof. Anomaly just because you haven't heard back from me, unless it's
+highly urgent.
+
+## Technology
+
+**No smart phones, dumb phones, laptops or tablets may be used during
+discussion sections.** There are no exceptions without my explicit
+permission.
+
+There is [scientific evidence][] that you will remember more by taking
+notes on paper.
+
+[scientific evidence]: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/a-learning-secret-don-t-take-notes-with-a-laptop/
+
+## The end of class
+
+**Don't** start to pack away your things until I have finished
+speaking. It's disrespectful of me and other students who are trying
+to listen.
+
+**Don't** expect me to answer either logistical or philosophical
+questions at the end of class. I have to move to another classroom at
+the end of the section and cannot be delayed. Instead, use e-mail or
+office hours.
+
+## Accessibility and Accommodations
+
+If you anticipate or experience physical or academic barriers based on
+disability, please let me know so that we can discuss options. If you
+have reasonable accommodations, please plan to meet with me by
+appointment or during office hours to discuss accommodations and how
+my course requirements and activities may impact your ability to fully
+participate.