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Learning Lab – Course Units

Philosophy

Ancient Greek Philosophy

Ancient Greek Philosophy

8 hours
14 videos
 
2 multiple choice quizzes
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 
 
 
 
 

Section 1 Plato
Allegory of the cave, The Third Man Argument, Heraclitus and Parmenides, The Philosopher Kings.

Section 2 Aristotle
The four causes, Comparison with Plato, Nicomachean Ethics, Metaphysics

Approx. 8 hours of guided learning with 14 videos, lecture notes, original sources 2 multiple choice quizzes

Arguments For and Against God's Existence

Arguments For and Against God's Existence

30 hours
20 videos
 
6 multiple choice quizzes
 
7 thought experiments
 
1 guest lecture
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 

Section 1 Ontological Argument classical: Anselm, Proslogion, The Fool, Gaunilo

Section 2 Ontological Argument Modern: Descartes, Kant, Bertrand Russel, David Hume

Section 3 Cosmological Argument Classical: Aquinas, Hume, Kant.

Section 4 Cosmological Argument contemporary: Leibniz, Russell & Copleston, Hume, Kant.

Section 5 Teleological Argument: David Hume, Analogy, Paley’s Watchmaker analogy

Section 6 Teleological Argument Contemporary: Behe, Intelligent Design, Anthony Flew, Wisdom’s parable of the Garden, John Stuart Mill.

Guest lecture Professor Tom Greggs, The ontological argument.

Approx. 30 hours of guided learning with 20 videos, lecture notes, original sources, 7 thought experiments, 6 multiple choice quizzes 1 guest lecture.

God’s Attributes and The Nature of God

God’s Attributes and The Nature of God

20 hours
19 videos
 
5 multiple choice quizzes
 
1 guest lecture
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 
 
 

Includes Omnipotence, Benevolence, Omniscience, Eternity, Boethius and Freewill.

God of the Bible, God of Classical Theism, Process and Liberation Theology

Approx. 20 hours of guided learning with 19 videos, lecture notes, original sources, 5 multiple choice quizzes, guest speaker, mostly completed Under Construction.

Life Death and Afterlife

Life Death and Afterlife

25 hours
21 videos
 
12 multiple choice quizzes
 
3 podcasts
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 
 
 

Unit includes: Swamp man challenge, Plato’s Dualism, Descartes and the Soul, Prince and Cobbler challenge, Split Brain by Derek Parfit, Dualism vs Materialism, Near Death Experiences, The ship of Theseus, Old Testament pictures of Life After Death, New Testament views of Life After Death including John’s Gospel, Process views of life after Death, Biblical views of Jesus’ resurrection, John Hick Replica Theory, Heaven, Hell Purgatory, Pascal’s Wager.

Approx. 25 hours of guided learning with 14 lessons, 21 videos, 3 podcasts, lecture notes, original sources, 12 multiple choice quizzes

Miracles

Miracles

15 hours
1 guest lecture
 
lecture notes
 
 
 

Different understanding of ‘miracle’
Realist and anti-realist views
Violation of natural law or natural event
David Hume and Maurice Wiles

Guest speaker Dr Andrew Pinsent, University of Oxford – Miracles and God’s Action in the World.

Approx 15 hours of guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

Religious Experience

Religious Experience

35 hours
37 videos
 
9 multiple choice quizzes
 
3 podcasts
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 
 
 

Unit includes: Individual experiences, Reliability questions, Corporeal Experiences, Visions, Rudolph Otto and the Numinous, Mysticism, William James, Group experiences, The day of Pentecost, The Toronto Blessing, Medjugorje, Fatima.
Challenges to Religious experiences: from science, from psychology, Michael Persinger, Huston Smith, Max Weber, Physiological challenges, Temporal Lobe Epilepsy, Michael Shermer Out of Body Experiment.

Approx. 35 hours of guided learning hours with 11 lessons, 37 videos, lecture notes, original sources, 3 podcasts, 9 multiple choice quizzes.

Religious Language 20th Century

Religious Language 20th Century

12 hours
13 videos
 
4 multiple choice quizzes
 
3 podcasts
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 
 
 

Section 1. Verification principle, Hume’s fork, Language and meaning, A J Ayer.
Section 2. Language Games. Wittgenstein and his followers.
Section 3. Falsificationism, Karl Popper, The Parable of the invisible gardener, Anthony Flew, the Oxford Debate.
Section 4. Bliks. RM Hare. Hare vs Flew.

Approx 12 hours of guided learning with 13 videos lecture notes, original sources 3 podcasts, 4 multiple choice quizzes.

Religious Language Classical

Religious Language Classical

12 hours
9 videos
 
3 multiple choice quizzes
 
1 thought experiment
 
1 guest lecture
 
2 podcasts
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 
 
 
 
 

Section 1. Via Negativa, kataphatic vs apophatic, Maimonides
Section 2. Aquinas, Analogy of proportion, Analogy of Attribution.
Section 3. Symbol, Paul Tillich, Barth, Bultman.

Guest lecture. Julie Arliss Religious language introduction.

Approx 12 hours of guided learning with 9 videos, lecture notes, original sources, 2 podcasts, 3 multiple choice quizzes, 1 thought experiment. 1 guest lecture.

The Problem of Evil and Suffering

The Problem of Evil and Suffering

20 hours
19 videos
 
3 multiple choice quizzes
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 
 
 
 
 

Section 1 The logical problem: David Hume, J L Mackie, The inconsistent triad, Stephen Fry, William Lane Craig.
Section 2 The relationship between the nature of God and the logical problem of evil. The Augustinian Theodicy and the nature of God. Evil a privation.
Section 3 The evidential problem of evil. John Stuart Mill, Dawkins, Fry. Hick’s Irenaean Theodicy.
Section 4 Gottfried Leibniz response. Can God permit evil to bring about good? Christian responses
Section 5 Augustine’s Theodicy. Evil a privation of good. Freewill defence
Section 6 Objections to Augustine – John Hick, Evil and the God of Love. The Freewill defence.
Section 7 John Hick’s Irenaean Theodicy (soul making), epistemic distance, eschatological verification.
Section 8 Evaluation of John Hick: Dewi Zephaniah Phillip

Approx. 20 hours of guided learning with 19 videos, lecture notes, original sources, 3 multiple choice quizzes

Normative Ethics

Abortion

Abortion

15 hours

Approx 15 hours of guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

Kantian Ethics

Kantian Ethics

15 hours
8 videos
 
3 multiple choice quizzes
 
1 guest lecture
 
3 podcasts
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 

1. Foundations. Key terms. The enlightenment & influences on Kant. Maxims, deontology, duty, summum bonum, motive, categorial and hypothetical imperatives, kingdom of ends, autonomy of ethics.
2. Application. The metaphysics of morals. Universalisation. 3 forms of the Categorical Imperative with Kant’s examples and 6 practical applications, including the Crazy Axeman.
3. Evaluation. James Rachels, Pope John Paul II Louis Pojman. David Hume, Benjamin Constant, Peter Singer, Maria Von Herbert, Bernard Williams

Guest lecture Keith Ward, University of Oxford. Kantian Ethics.

Approx. 15 hours of guided learning with 8 videos, lecture notes, original sources, 3 podcasts, 2 thought experiments, 3 multiple choice quizzes, guest lecture.

Natural Law

Natural Law

15 hours
11 videos
 
3 multiple choice quizzes
 
1 guest lecture
 
2 podcasts
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 

1. Foundations. Key terms. Aristotle, Eudaimonia, Aquinas, The Four Tiers of Law, Cicero, John Paul II
2. Application to practical issues, with reference to synderesis rule, primary precepts, subtraction, double effect, intention, real and apparent goods. Applied to the preservation of life, euthanasia, reproduction.
3. Evaluation. The is-ought fallacy. Objective purpose. Calvin, Hobbes, Barth, Hume Moore Hans Kung, Kai Nielson, Dawkins, CS Lewis.
Role of the Bible in Natural Law, St Paul, Hugo Grotius, Samuel von Pufendorf,

Guest Speaker Dr Andrew Pinsent University of Oxford. Natural Law and its application in the Roman Catholic Church.

Approx. 15 hours of guided learning with 11 videos, lecture notes, original sources, 2 podcasts, 3 multiple choice quizzes, guest speaker

Situation Ethics

Situation Ethics

15 hours
11 videos
 
3 multiple choice quizzes
 
4 thought experiments
 
2 podcasts
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 

1. Foundations. Key terms. Fletcher, St Paul, Agape, Conscience, John Robinson
2. Application. 6 propositions. 4 working principles. Fletchers examples. End of life decision making, Hiroshima, sex before marriage, adultery.
3. Evaluation. William James, William Temple, Rudolph Bultmann, Paul Tillich, Karl Barth, Bonhoeffer, Bishop John Robinson, Papal Encyclicals, Barclay, Macquarrie, John Kovach.

Approx. 15 hours of guided learning with 11 videos, lecture notes, original sources, 2 podcasts, 4 thought experiments, 3 multiple choice quizzes.

Utilitarianism

Utilitarianism

15 hours
16 videos
 
3 multiple choice quizzes
 
5 thought experiments
 
5 podcasts
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 

1. Foundations. Key terms. Epicurus. John Priestley. Bentham. Empiricism. Principle of Utility, hedonic calculus, quantitative/qualitative pleasure, Act & Rule Utilitarianism, Teleology, Consequentialism. John Stuart Mill.
2. Application. Act Utilitarianism, relative, consequentialist, egalitarian. Universalisation. Mill’s challenge. The harm principle. Social virtues, rules. Application to practical ethics including the drowning child by Peter Singer.
3. Evaluation. Robert Nozick, Philippa Foot, Bernard Williams, Louis Pojman, Lord chesterfield, Richard Brandt, Alasdair MacIntyre, Ruut Veenhoven.

Approx. 15 hours of guided learning with 16 videos, lecture notes, original sources, 5 podcasts, 5 thought experiments, 3 multiple choice quizzes.

Virtue Ethics

Virtue Ethics

15 hours

Aristotle. Nicomachean Ethics
Character-based ethics, purpose, function argument, eudaimonia, happiness,
Moral virtue, intellectual virtue, habit, doctrine of the mean. Excellence.
Application to practical ethics
Evaluation

Approx 15 hours of guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

Applied Ethics

Animal Ethics

Animal Ethics

15 hours

Use of animals as food, intensive farming
Use of animals in scientific procedures cloning etc
Blood sports
Animals as a source of organs for transplants
Application of ethical theories
Core principles for decision making

Approx 15 hours of guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

Business Ethics

Business Ethics

15 hours
10 videos
 
3 multiple choice quizzes
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 
 
 
 
 

Section 1 Responsibility. Capitalism, shareholders, corporate social responsibility, Milton Friedman, whistleblowing, Norman Bowie, globalisation, stakeholder, Crane and Matten, Kantian and Utilitarian responses to CSR and whistle-blowing, consumerism. Adam Smith.
Section 2 Practice. The ethical challenges of globalisation. Alan Sugar – is good ethics good business? Application of Kantian and Utilitarian ethics. Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten, Alan Greenspan. Effects of globalisation. Norman Bowie.
Section 3 Case Studies and evaluation. Ford Pinto Case, Whistle Blowing case, The fall of Enron, Nike sweatshops, Union Carbide. Milton Friedman and the profit motive. Pepsi and use of aborted fetal cells.

Approx. 15 hours of guided learning with 10 videos, lecture notes, original sources, case studies, 3 multiple choice quizzes.

Capital Punishment

Capital Punishment

15 hours

Core issues
Application of ethical theories
evaluation

Approx 15 hours of guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

Environmental Ethics

Environmental Ethics

15 hours
1 guest lecture
 
lecture notes
 
 
 

The rise of consumerism, globalisation
The wealth of nations – Adam Smith
Circles of interest – examples. Deep ecology, shallow ecology
Different approaches: anthropocentric, earth centred, theocentric
Application of ethical theories

Guest lecture: Peter Baron. Environmental economics. The sad slow death of life.

Approx 15 hours of guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

 

Euthanasia

Euthanasia

15 hours
12 videos
 
3 multiple choice quizzes
 
1 thought experiment
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 
 
 

1. Section 1. The nature of life. Sanctity of life. Religious origins. Human rights. Quality of life. Kevin Smith, Jack Kevorkian, Hans Kung, Gregory Pence, John Glover. Personhood. Autonomy. Dignity. Palliative care. Active Euthanasia, Voluntary euthanasia, non-voluntary euthanasia. The Utilitarian Doctor.
2. Section 1. The Nature of Consent. Active/passive euthanasia. Helga Kuhse. Legal perspectives. Tony Bland. Act and Omission. The law of Double Effect. Dr Roni Rosenberg. James Rachels. RC Church response to Rachels. Non-voluntary euthanasia. Liverpool Care Pathway. John Glover, Peter Singer, the Alkmaar case.
3. Section 3. Evaluation. Fletcher, Assisted suicide, Slippery Slope, Christian views. Case Studies. Diane Pretty, Betty Rolin, Daniel James, Tony Bland. Catholic Euthanasia Declaration and Catechism, House of Commons Report on Euthanasia, AC Grayling.

Approx. 15 hours of guided learning hours with 12 videos, lecture notes, original sources, case studies, 1 Thought experiment, 3 multiple choice quizzes.

Sexual Ethics

Sexual Ethics

15 hours
11 videos
 
3 multiple choice quizzes
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 
 
 
 
 

1. Section 1. The Ethics of Sex. Different views on Marriage Divorce and Cohabitation. Premarital and extramarital sex in Christianity. Divergent attitudes. Jordan Peterson. Bettina Arndt; The politics of cleavage. Lisa Smosarski, Tom paine, Lee Gatiss, Diane Abbott, Matt Walsh.
2. Section 2. Homosexuality and Christianity – divergent views and official teachings. Old Testament, Gareth Moore, New Testament, RC views, Anglican views, Methodist Church views, Desmond Tutu, Bishop Jeffrey John, Lee Gatiss, Michael Foucault.
3. Section 3. Application of normative ethical frameworks. Kant, Natural Law, Situation Ethics. Elizabeth Anscombe, The Hart Devlin Debate.

Approx 15 hours of guided learning with 11 Videos, lecture notes, original sources, application of Kantian and Utilitarian ethics, 3 multiple choice quizzes.

War Ethics

War Ethics

15 hours
lecture notes
 
 
 
 
 

The history of just war tradition
Jus ad bellum
Jus in bello
Geneva convention, proportionality, discrimination, collateral damage
Principle of double effect
Nuclear weapons
Application of ethical theories

Approx 15 hours of guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

Ethics

Conscience

Conscience

8 hours
13 videos
 
2 multiple choice quizzes
 
2 thought experiments
 
4 podcasts
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 

1. Section 1. Classical religious approach, Augustine, St Paul, Aquinas’ approach. Ratio, synderesis, conscientia, vincible and invincible ignorance. Joseph Butler, Sir John Henry Newman, Different voices in the RC Church. Examples and case studies: Oscar Schindler, Rudolf Hoss, Adolf Eeichmann, James Keenan
2. Section 2. Freud and Conscience. The immature and mature conscience. Freud on religion. Other psychological views, Nietzsche, Eric Fromm, Jean Piaget, Kohlberb, Engler Carducci. Conscience and authority – Milgram.

Approx 8 hours of guided learning with 13 videos, lecture notes, original sources, 2 thought experiments, 4 podcasts, 2 multiple choice quizzes.

Divine Command Theory

Divine Command Theory

4 hours
1 guest lecture
 
 
 
 
 

Guest lecture
Professor Keith Ward, University of Oxford
Meta ethics and Divine Command

Approx 4 hours of guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

Freewill and Moral Responsibility

Freewill and Moral Responsibility

10 hours
12 videos
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 
 
 

Unit includes: The Case for Determinism, The Case for Freewill, The case for Compatibilism
The case for incompatibilism, Boethius’ dilemma, Lady Philosophy’s response, Calvin and Predestination, St Augustine and Predestination.

Approx. 10 hours of guided learning including notes by Professor Keith Ward with 12 videos, notes, original sources, extracts, stimulus questions.

Meta Ethics

Meta Ethics

10 hours
9 videos
 
2 multiple choice quizzes
 
2 thought experiments
 
2 guest lectures
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 

1. Naturalism. Absolutism, relativism, Vienna circle Hume’s law, Thought experiments: The fat man in the cave, Ring of Gyges. The Naturalistic fallacy. In support of naturalism: Pope Benedict XVI, FHBradley, Philippa Foot, Peter Kropotkin. Challenges against naturalism: Hume, Mackie, Hare, Moore.
2. Intuitionism. GE Moore. Good as a simple notion. Prichard’s intuitionism. Ross’ intuitionism. Prima facie duties.
3. Emotivism. Ayer ‘boo-hurrah’. Hume’s fork. Charles Leslie Stevenson. Challenging emotivism: Alasdair MacIntyre, James Rachels, Richard Brandt

2 Guest lectures. Professor Keith Ward, University of Oxford
Meta ethics and Divine Command
Meta ethics and GE Moore

Approx. 10 hours guided learning with 9 videos, lecture notes, original sources, 2 thought experiments, 2 multiple choice quizzes, 2 guest lectures.

Dialogues

Dialogue Between Christianity and Ethics

Dialogue Between Christianity and Ethics

16 hours
13 videos
 
4 multiple choice quizzes
 
2 guest lectures
 
lecture notes
 
 
 
 
 

1. Dialogue Ethical systems – core issues. Core dialogues within Christianity. Core dialogues between Christians and Utilitarians, Kantians, Sartre, Nietzsche Ayer Mackie. Dialogue between Christians and other religious frameworks.

2. Dialogue Conscience – core issues. Different views on the origin of conscience and the formation of conscience. Authority: Autonomy heteronomy, theonomy? Dialogue around different definitions of conscience. Dialogue within Christianity about conscience.

3. Dialogue life and death issues. What is distinctive about the Christian contribution to these debates? The value of human life, the value of animal life, the importance of justice and truth-telling, the importance of promise-keeping, respect for persons, respect for creation.

Guest lecturer, Professor John Swinton, University of Aberdeen. Assisted dying.

4. Dialogue Wealth and poverty. Jesus’ distinctive teaching and whether it is relevant today. Business ethics. Max Weber: Protestant work ethic. How to achieve a fair redistribution of wealth. Utilitarian views. The causes of poverty. Can only the wealthy afford to be ethical?

Guest lecturer, Dr Mike Laffin, University of Aberdeen. Are Christian ethics relevant in the modern world?

Approx. 16 hours of guided learning with 13 videos, course notes, 4 Multiple choice Quizzes, 2 Guest lectures.

Dialogue Between Christianity and Philosophy

Dialogue Between Christianity and Philosophy

16 hours
4 videos
 
4 multiple choice quizzes
 
1 guest lecture
 
lecture notes
 
 
 
 
 

5. Dialogue Self Death Afterlife. The soul, the significance of death, the existence of an afterlife. Dialogue with Christian philosophers, dialogue with atheist philosophers. The question of religious language, Science and religion, proof and probability, plausibility issues. Dialogue internal to Christianity; different ideas about judgement, heaven, hell and resurrection. Different ideas about the relationship between faith and reason. Dialogue between Christianity and other religious views

Guest lecture: Sam Newington, University of Aberdeen. What is hell?

6. Dialogue Miracles. Dialogue between Christian philosophers and atheists, dialogue within Christianity. Issues arising from religious language, science and religion, religious experience, faith and reason. Dialogue over definition.

7. Dialogue Religious experience. Dialogue between Christian philosophers and atheists. Ontological questions, religious language, science and religion, proof and probability. Dialogue inside of Christianity: authenticity of claims, authority of claims, faith and reason dialogue, attributes of God. Dialogue with the claims of other faiths.

8. Dialogue between Christianity and other truth claims. Dialogue with atheism, post-modernism, relativism, claims regarding pluralism of truth claims, competing truth claims of science. Internal dialogue regarding the source of religious truth claims, methods of discernment, pluralism, exclusivism, inclusivism, and anonymous Christians.

Approx. 16 hours of guided learning with 4 videos, course notes, 4 multiple choice quizzes, 1 guest lecture.

Developments in Christian Thought

Augustine and Human Nature

Augustine and Human Nature

6 hours

Human nature as fallen
Original Sin
Freewill and predestination
Grace

Approx 6 hours of guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

Christianity and Science

Christianity and Science

30 hours
31 videos
 
11 multiple choice quizzes
 
2 guest lectures
 
2 podcasts
 
lecture notes
 
original sources
 

Atheism and the narrative of warfare. Stephen Gould Non-overlapping magisterial
Aliser McGrath – Theory of Complementarity
God of Gaps, Darwinian and neo Darwinian evolution, The Big Bang, John Polkinghorne, Different Christian responses to the issues raised by genetic engineering.

Guest lectures: Dr Andrew Pinsent, University of Oxford Science and Religion.

Keith Ward, University of Oxford: Darwinian evolution

Approx. 30 hours of guided learning with 31 videos, lecture notes, original sources, 2 podcasts, activities, 11 multiple choice quizzes, 2 guest lectures.

Gender, Society and Theology

Gender, Society and Theology

4 hours
2 guest lectures
 
lecture notes
 
 
 

Gender and Society. Historical and social factors which have influenced Christian thinking
Debates about female ordination
Gender and Theology. A comparison of Daly, Hampson and Ruether’s approaches
Different views about celibacy, marriage, homosexuality and transgender issues

Guest Lectures: Professor Daphne Hampson, University of Oxford

Dr Lena Tiemeyer, University of Aberdeen.

Approx. 8 hours of guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

Pluralism

Pluralism

15 hours
2 guest lectures
 
 
 
 
 
  • Religious pluralism and society: migration, multiculturalism & religious diversity. Interfaith dialogue
  • John Hick’s Pluralistic hypothesis and contemporary Christian theology, (exclusivism, inclusivism, pluralism).
  • Tolerance
  • Diversity within Christianity & different views including ecumenism.

Two guest lectures:
Professor Keith Ward, University of Oxford. The Pluralistic hypothesis.

Guest lecture. Professor Tom Greggs, University of Aberdeen. Religious Pluralism.

Approx 15 hours of guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

Secularism

Secularism

15 hours
2 guest lectures
 
 
 
 
 

Secularisation

  • Secularisation – theory or ideology?
  • Secularisation as ideology – liberal, political, critical.
  • Militant Atheism
  • Individualisation of religion to the personal sphere
  • Christianity and public life
  • Post secularism and religious resurgence. Fresh expressions. The Scriptural Reasoning movement.
  • Roman Catholic response to secularisation – Vatican 2
  • Christian Responses to wealth
  • Marx & Liberation Theology – A preferential option for the poor; orthodoxy and orthopraxis

Guest lecturers: AC Grayling and Tom Holland.

Approx 15 hours guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

Sources and Expressions of Religious Identity

Sources and Expressions of Religious Identity

4 hours

Baptism
Holy Communion (Mass)
The mission of the Church

Guest speaker
Dr Leon Van Ommen. University of Aberdeen. The Sacraments
Dr Leon Van Ommen. University of Aberdeen. Symbols and Practices in Christianity

Approx 6 hours of guided learning, part completed, Under Construction.

Wisdom and Authority

Wisdom and Authority

30 hours
19 videos
 
10 multiple choice quizzes
 
3 guest lectures
 
lecture notes
 
 
 
 
 

Different sources of authority in Christianity, and their relative importance for different Christians: Bible, Church, Martin Luther, Religious experience, Protestant Christianity, Evangelical Christianity, Fundamentalist Christianity. Different Christian views on the authority of conscience. Case study: Bonhoeffer.

Guest lectures:
Professor Tom Greggs, University of Aberdeen, Faith and Reason

Johannes Zachhuber, University of Oxford, Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Professor Tom Greggs, University of Aberdeen, Christianity, Bonhoeffer and Pacifism

Approx. 30 hours of guided learning with 19 videos, course notes, 10 multiple choice quizzes, activities, 3 guest lectures.

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