Reading & Homework Assignments
  1. Sept. 1: Everyone should have the textbook
  2. Sept. 3: JHS Chap. 1-2, Handout #1 (HO 1); [website's "Margin Notes" is always required reading when a portion of the textbook is assigned]
  3. Sept. 8: JHS Chap. 3
  4. Sept. 10: HO2, Griffin 1995; HW #3,4
  5. Sept. 15: JHS §§ 13.0-13.3, HO3
  6. Sept. 17: HW #15 and this: Go to any literature resource where the assumptions used by the First Theorem of W.E. are identified well. Copy this list as a translation into words, rather than equations, where you can. Omit equations and math notation where ever your translation is adequate.
  7. Sept. 22: HO4
  8. Sept. 24: JHS Chap 4, HO5, HW #25 & 28
  9. Sept. 29: Do you have a topic for your welfare paper? Making progress?
  10. Oct. 1: JHS Chap 5, HO6, HW #44 & 48
  11. Oct. 6: JHS Chap 6&7, HO8 (HO7 is not a required reading)
  12. Oct. 8: HO9, JHS Chap 8; HW #59 & 60
  13. Oct. 13: JHS §§ 14.0-14.3; Griffin 1998 (§§ 1&6 and Principles 7&8; skim the rest)
  14. Oct. 15: HO11; (HO10 is not a required reading)
  15. Oct. 20: HW #79 & 89
  16. Oct. 22: JHS Chap 9
  17. Oct. 27: HO12
  18. Oct. 29: problem-solving exam