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Straighterline Philosophy exam 1 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

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What does Aristotle mean by the efficient cause of a thing? CORRECT ANSWERS: Where it came from. Which is a theme common to all the pre-Socratics? CORRECT ANSWERS: The experienced world is a manifestation of a more fundamental underlying reality. What did the Atomists do? CORRECT ANSWERS: T...

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Straighterline Introduction to Philosophy Final Study| 154 QUESTIONS| WITH COMPLETE SOLUTIONS

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Aristotle's primary area of interest was CORRECT ANSWERS: metaphysics. Which of the following is not one of the ten basic categories Aristotle used to describe the ways in which humans think about things? CORRECT ANSWERS: weight How many souls did Aristotle believe humans have? CORRECT ANS...

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Philosophy Final- Straighterline| 100 questions| with complete solutions

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What is the cause of change for Empedocles? CORRECT ANSWERS: Love and strife. Three of Plato's more enlightening and well-known dialogs are: CORRECT ANSWERS: Apology, Republic and Meno What is a syllogism? CORRECT ANSWERS: A kind of inference What did Aristotle say about all change? CO...

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Straighterline Introduction to Philosophy Final Study| 154 QUESTIONS| WITH COMPLETE SOLUTIONS

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Aristotle's primary area of interest was correct answer: metaphysics. Which of the following is not one of the ten basic categories Aristotle used to describe the ways in which humans think about things? correct answer: weight How many souls did Aristotle believe humans have? correct answer...

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Introduction to Philosophy - Final Exam Study Guide| 156 QUESTIONS| WITH COMPLETE SOLUTIONS

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The four main division of philosophy are metaphysic, logic, axiology, and__________. A) Reason B) Epistemology C) Philosophy of religion D) Deduction correct answer: Epistemology Which Greek philosopher never wrote anything? A) Socrates B) Aristotle C) Plato D) Pythagoras correct answer:...

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Straighterline | Philosophy Exam 2 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

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Existentialism correct answer: The belief that traditional philosophy is irrelevant to real life, and that it should focus on the individual and their everyday confrontation with the world. The world is irrational, absurd, cannot be explained, and trivial. We are unable to effectively communicate. ...

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PHIL101 Straighterline Philosophy Graded Exam #1 Flashcards QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

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Which of the following branches of philosophy does NOT involve questions related to values? correct answer: Metaphysics In philosophy, what is an argument? correct answer: Giving reasons for a belief. What fallacy is it when an argument assumes only two options when in fact there are more? c...

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Straighterline Philosophy 101 Final Study Material| 100 QUESTIONS| WITH COMPLETE SOLUTIONS

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In what does human happiness consist, according to Aristotle? correct answer: All of the above. ( Pleasure.Intellectual virtue.Moral virtue.) Antirepresentationalists like Richard Rorty always deny this claim. correct answer: True beliefs somehow picture or mirror reality. Existentialists al...

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Philosophy Final Exam QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

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What is a philosopher? What does philosophy originally mean? correct answer: Philosophy originally means to love knowledge or wisdom. A philosopher is any person who sought knowledge in any area. The Greeks invented philosophy. What is a philosophical argument? correct answer: When you suppor...

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Straighterline Philosophy exam 2 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

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What do Pyrrhonic skeptics maintain? correct answer: People should suspend judgment about all things. Which view did Aquinas accept? correct answer: A physical thing is matter plus form. Which ancient philosophical tradition did Plotinus represent? correct answer: Neoplatonism What do Py...

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Straighterline Philosophy QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

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According to Bertrand Russell, what is the major difference between philosophy and science? correct answer: Science focuses on knowledge that is already definite, while philosophy does not According to John Corvino, philosophy is useful in a wide range of contexts, because it teaches correct ans...

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Straighterline Philosophy Final Exam| 100 QUESTIONS| WITH COMPLETE SOLUTIONS

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philosophy correct answer: love of wisdom or knowledge; encompasses all other disciplines epistemology correct answer: the theory or study of knowledge. It asks: How do we know what we know, and can we know anything at all? metaphysics correct answer: the branch of philosophy most intereste...

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Straighterline Philosophy Final| 147 QUESTIONS| WITH COMPLETE SOLUTIONS

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Who is a philosopher, in the original sense of the world? correct answer: A lover and pursuer of wisdom, regardless of the subject matter. Which is a common characteristic of philosophical questions? correct answer: They involve fundamental concepts that are unavoidable by the thoughtful person...

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Introduction to Philosophy Final – StraighterLine| 87 QUESTIONS| WITH COMPLETE SOLUTIONS

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Which of the following branches of philosophy does NOT involve questions related to values? a. Moral b. Metaphysics c. Social d. Political correct answer: b. Metaphysics _____ is defined as the philosophical study of art and of value judgments about art. a. Aesthetics b. Epistemology ...

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Straighterline Philosophy Final| 280 QUESTIONS| WITH COMPLETE SOLUTIONS

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What was the essence of reality for Heraclitus? correct answer: Change. What is reality according to a follower of Parmenides? correct answer: One and unchanging. What is the cause of change for Empedocles? correct answer: Love and strife. What did Anaxagoras do? correct answer: He intr...

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Straighterline Philosophy Final Set 1 of 4, Straighterline Philosophy Final Set 2 of 4, Straighterline Philosophy Final Set 3 of 4, Straighterline Philosophy Final Study set 4 of 4

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Sextus Empiricus correct answer: -He held the position "I do not know whether knowledge is possible." "I don't agree with Jones when she says we should wait for a trial,... That's why I say let's hang him now!" What fallacy does this most clearly illustrate? correct answer: Red Herring ...

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Introduction to Philosophy: Straighterline.com Final| 150 QUESTIONS| WITH COMPLETE SOLUTIONS

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2 Greek words for Philosophy correct answer: Philein- love of Sophia-Wisdom or knowledge Philosophical steps for problem solving correct answer: Define the problem Define the circumstances surrounding it Use logic, argument, the Socratic method, & opponents fallacies as tools Epistemology ...

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Straighterline Philosophy Final 2| 100 questions|answers

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Classical liberalism argued that correct answer: the government should not interfere in economic affairs. Claude Lévi Strauss did NOT abandon Saussure's methods correct answer: while conducting his ethnographic research. Clear and distinct criterion correct answer: Rene Descartes's crite...

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Straighterline Philosophy Final 4 questions and answers

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What did Anaxagoras do? correct answer: He introduced the mattermind distinction to philosophy. What did Anselm believe about proving God's existence? correct answer: You could do it using just the concept of God as the greatest being conceivable. What did Aquinas maintain concerning the ...

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Straighterline Philosophy 101 Final Study Material questions and answers

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What is not true of the contract that gives rise to the state, according to Thomas Hobbes? It establishes an absolute authority with the power to force people to abide by their agreements It gives citizens a right to revolt if the state acts unjustly towards them Each person transfers to the ...

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