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Philosophy:PHIL 1001 Midterm exam 1 Questions & Answers Graded A.
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PHIL 1001 Philosophy Midterm Exam -Questions & Answers. • Question 1 6.25 out of 6.25 points In Pascal's Wager, what is the analogy behind the argument of whether God exists? Answers: a romantic relationship a bet a scientific experiment a leap off of a cliff Answer Feedback: Correct. Pascal develops his argument by thinking of God's existence as a matter on which we can bet in the same way that we might bet on a horse race or a coin flip. • Question 2 6.25 out of 6.2...

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Sophia Introduction to (Western) Philosophy 1. The Ancient Greeks The Pre-Socratic Philosophers
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Sophia Introduction to (Western) Philosophy 1. The Ancient Greeks The Pre-Socratic Philosophers The word philosophy is a combination of two Ancient Greek words: (Philos) and (Sophia.) Philos can be translated as “love” (e.g. (Phila)delphia is the city of brotherly love), and Sophia Which can be roughly translated as “wisdom.” When translated literally, the word Philosophia means “the love of wisdom.” The word philosophy obviously did not exist until people started doing philosophy...

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PHILOSOPHY PHI TESTBANK VERIFIED
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Chapter 2 Theories MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. __________ wrote Republic. A) Aristotle B) Plato C) Hans J. Morgenthau D) Niccolo Machiavelli Answer: B Learning Objective: 2.1 Page Ref: 21 Topic/A-head: Classic Theories Skill Level: Remember the Facts 2. Plato and Aristotle were from __________. A) Great Britain B) Italy C) Greece D) Egypt Answer: C Learning Objective: 2.1 Page Ref: 21 Topic/A-head: Classic Theories Skill Level: Remember the Facts ...

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SOPHIA UNIT PHILOSOPHY UNIT 1 MILESTONE 1
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2/20/2019 Sophia :: Welcome UNIT 1 — MILESTONE 1 Score 12/25 Sorry, you didn't pass this Milestone. Get in touch with a Learning Coach for help at . 12 questions were answered correctly. 11 questions were answered incorrectly. 2 questions were skipped. These were marked incorrect. 1 A pply conceptual analysis to the following statement and choose the answer that correctly describes the relationship. Water is a __________ condition for staying alive. sufficient, not necessary nei...

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334 African Philosophy notes
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Notes from term 1 and term 2 lectures supplemented by the required readings including those from the African Philosophy Reader and other books on short loan

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SOPHIA UNIT 1 philosophy milestone 1
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2/12/2019 Sophia :: Welcome UNIT 1 — MILESTONE 1 Score 13/25 You passed this Milestone 13 questions were answered correctly. 12 questions were answered incorrectly. 1 F or Plato, the Forms are the (A) metaphysical foundation of reality, which means that knowledge of reality is grounded in knowledge of the Forms. Move the terms into the correct blanks Aet hical natural logical metaphysical RATIONALE Plato was interested in abstract concepts (e.g., being and substance). These conce...

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