Information about the Midterm Answer all parts of the question. Write the answer in complete English sentences and paragraphs. Explain the points you make and illustrate and back them with examples. Go overboard in explaining points and clarifying and defending them with examples. Write the answer so that a reader who knows nothing about philosophy or the issues can understand and evaluate it. Do not repeat the question in your answer to it. Indicate your answers to parts of a question with letters that identify those parts--e.g., ‘(a)’. The criteria for grading an answer are as follows: whether it includes all relevant information, whether it includes only relevant information, whether the information in it is correct, whether precise expression was used, whether appropriate statements were explained and illustrated and supported with examples.