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6. State and illustrate the laws of attention.
7. Discuss psychologically the evil effects of "cramming." 8. Describe the part played by the mind in memory, and contrast with the working of phantasy or imagination.
9. Contrast the teaching of Socrates with that of the Sophists. 10. Describe the main features of the Platonic scheme of education.
11. State accurately the logical oharacteristics of each of the following propositions
(a) Most women are vain, some men are not.
(b) London is the key of India.
(c) Critics are the men who have failed.
(d) All the great things have been done by the little nations. (e) No language makes you so thirsty as French.
12. Construct a syllogism of the third figure, and reduce to form of first figure.
LOGIC AND MENTAL PHILOSOPHY.
1. Explain what you understand by (a) free ideas, (b) free will. 2. Discuss the relation between reason and passion with reference to the development of the moral consciousness in man.
3. Explain and illustrate each of the following-Plurality of causes, cause as invariable antecedent, cause as sum of conditions.
4. Examine each of the following, stating the exact nature of the fallacy involved
(a) "Rules are general, feelings are general, why should not property be general ?"
(b) "He was also strongly in favour of the equal division of all property except land; liberty depended on land, and the greater the landowners, the greater the liberty of a country."
(c) "He denounced the sentiment as un-English, and got very much cheered.."
(d) The radical manufacturer's confession of faith-"I don't like extremes, a wise minister should take the duty off cotton wool."
(e) "You vote with your family, sir, like a gentleman. You are not to consider your opinions like a philosopher or a political adventurer." (Advice from aged to youthful peer.) (f) "I object to half-measures—it is neither one thing nor the other."
(g) "The missionaries complain of intolerance. A weasel might as well complain of intolerance, when he is throttled for sucking eggs."
You are recommended to answer SEVEN questions, and not more.
1. Write a short account of the conquest of Britain by the English.
2. Sketch the history of the conversion of the English Tribes to Christianity.
3. Write a short account of the invasions of England by the
4. Give some account of the events that led to the conquest of England by the Normans.
5. "The aim of Henry II. was to make a second reign of Stephen impossible." Explain.
6. Give an account of the " Angevin Empire" as it existed in the reign of Henry II. Explain how the various provinces were acquired, and how they were afterwards lost. If possible, illustrate your answer by a map.
7. Describe the government of England by Henry III., and explain the causes of the discontent that in the end led to rebellion.
8. Trace the growth of Parliamentary institutions from 1215 to
9. Explain the meaning of the following terms-Witan, thane, commendation, relief, escheat, scutage.
10. Write short notes on the following-Picts, Scots, Welsh, the Lothians, Strathclyde.
You are recommended to answer SEVEN questions, and not more.
1. Explain exactly what is meant by Impeachment. Show the importance of the practice of Impeachment during the Middle Ages.
2. What was the Statute of Labourers? Describe the events that caused it to be passed, and show what were its
3. Give some account of the movement against the church in England during the fourteenth century.
4. Describe the powers possessed by Parliament during the Lancastrian period.
5. What were the most important characteristics of the reign of Edward IV. ?
6. Describe shortly the political condition of the chief countries of the continent in the reign of Henry VII.
7. Discuss the character and policy of Cardinal Wolsey.
8. What were the chief causes of the social and economic troubles in England during the early part of the sixteenth century?
9. Describe the part taken by the following in the Protestant Reformation: Cromwell, Cranmer, Latimer.
10. Sketch the history of Elizabeth's relations with Spain from her accession to the invasion of the Armada.
You are recommended to answer not less than FIVE questions, and not more than SEVEN.
THIS PAPER IS TO BE TAKEN ALSO BY THIRD YEAR HONOUR STUDENTS AND BY CANDIDATES FOR THE M.A. DEGREE.
1. What reasons are there for believing that the English constitution is Germanic in its origin?
2. In what respects did the Norman Conquest change the character and institutions of the English Church ?
3. Show in what ways the policy of the Norman and Angevin Kings brought about a change in the character of English political institutions.
4. Examine the Magna Carta with a view to determining what in it is old and what new.
5. Sketch the history of what finally became the House of Lords, from the earliest times to the reign of Edward I. 6. "The Knights of the Shire coalesced with the borough representatives." Explain why this happened and the importance of the fact.
7. How do you account for the long interval between Wycliffe and the Protestant Reformation?
8. What facts may be adduced to prove that the rule of the Tudors was not so despotic as it has sometimes been represented?
9. Did the Protestant Reformation promote the growth of the principle of Toleration?
10. Consider the constitution of the Church of England in the time of Elizabeth with a view to determining in what sense the terms "Catholic" and "Prostestant " rightly applied to it.
GEOLOGY AND PHYSICS.
PASS AND HONOURS.
The same papers as those set in the Second Year of Science.
BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY.
The same papers as those set in the First Year of Science.
THIRD YEAR EXAMINATION.
Not more than six questions to be attempted in Section A, and not more than FOUR in Section B.
1. "Shakespeare's treatment of
mistaken identity' in the
Comedy of Errors differs alike from Plautus' treatment of the same idea in the Menaechmi and from his own treatment in Twelfth Night."
2. Rosaline and Biron are rough sketches of Beatrice and Benedick."
you indicate any points of resemblance and contrast? 3. "It is a great mistake in All's Well to make the hero so contemptible a character."
Is this criticism justified?
4. Sketch the main traits in the character of Antonio (Merchant of Venice).
5. "Many of Shakespeare's female characters assume masculine disguise, but this is not due to similarity of situation or motive, and no two of them have the same character." Illustrate and discuss this statement.
6. Compare the tone of the Merry Wives with that of the stories which are said to have suggested it.
7. "Best men are molded out of faults."
What is the significance of this principle for the history of the man of whom it was first said?
8. How does Shakespeare modify Greene's novel in The Winter's Tale?