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Bicol University College of Social Sciences and Philosophy Daraga, Albay Philosophy of Human Person Name:_____________________________________ Course/Block:________________ Date:__________

I. True or False: 1._________. According to Aquinas, all creatures are metaphysically made of essence and existence. 2._________. Neil doubts everything and he even questions facts, beliefs, knowledge, etc His act of extreme doubting follows the method of empiricism. 3._________. Aquinas sought to Christianize Plato. 4._________. Skepticism is a philosophical doctrine whose view is that what would normally be called external world is created by the mind. 5._________. Empiricism is a philosophical doctrine that holds all knowledge are derived from experience, whether of the mind or of the sense. 6._________. Syllogistic or Logical Method is attributed from Aristotle, the founder of logic. 7._________. Descartes rejected the notion that knowledge is innate. 8._________. Stoicism was founded by Zeno of Citium. 9._________. According to Sartre, essence precedes existence. 10.________. According to existentialists, human nature is chosen through life choices. 11.________. Aquinas believed that the principal purpose of man is to be virtuous. 12.________. According to soft determinists, the ideal life is sought upon struggles against our individual nature. 13.________. Mark loves pleasure, and according to Pythagoras, a man who loves pleasure is second in rank after those men who love wisdom. 14.________. Essence is acquisition of extrinsic properties upon our existence. 15.________. Cogito ergo sum is a popular maxim of Martin Heidegger. 16.________. Determinism is a doctrine that holds that knowledge may be sought and can be found. 17.________. Scientific experimentation is an example of rationalism. 18.________. Change is an illusion according to Heraclitus. 19.________. According to Heidegger, dasein is also called being here. 20.________. The understanding of realities begins with an understanding of other beings. II. Multiple Choices: ____1. Aristotle established his own school called a. The Academy b. The Lycans c. The Lyceum d. The Academe ____2. Universal science is a. a systematic search for beings b. a systematic study about the world c. deals with the study of the universe d. unrestricted and boundless in search for answers ____3. Cause may be defined as a. anything or being that is a result of a preceding event b. anything or being that which brings idea c. anything or being that which brings about a result or effect d. all of the above

____4. Chemistry, Physics, Psychology, and Anthropology are examples of a. Metaphysics b. Philosophical inquiry c. Departmental Science d. Universal science ____5. It refers to the thing or the field where the science works a. being b. principle c. material object d. essence ____6. The method of philosophy in its search for the ultimate explanation of thing a. empirical method b. rational inquiry c. skepticism d. none ____7. He believed in the rebirth if the soul in other bodies a. Protagoras b. Pythias c. Socrates d. Pythagoras ____8. Axiology is a. theory of knowledge b. theory of value c. theory of objectivity d.none of the above ____9. He expounded the four kinds of causes a. Plato b. Aristotle c. Socrates d. Aquinas ____10. This rationality presupposes an active rationality; hence, this put forward an advanced activity of one s consciousness or mental state a. Reflexive Rationality b. Reflective Rationality c. Philosophical Rationality d. Superficial Rationality III. Identification: 1. __________________Philosophical doctrine that questions our cognitive achievements, challenging our ability to obtain reliable knowledge. 2. __________________A branch of philosophy that deals with the meanings of words and especially with the development and change in their meanings. 3. __________________It is a branch of philosophy which often looks to stable reference points in its own history, as well as calling on knowledge of the various arts and sensibility to wider philosophical issues. 4. __________________Traditionally, a branch of metaphysics dealing with features of the world as a whole, though the term can also be synonymous with speculative philosophy. 5. __________________It is the most abstract and in some views high-falutin part of philosophy, having to do with the features of ultimate reality, what really exists and what it is that distinguishes that and makes it possible. 6. __________________Existential philosopher who provided us with the popular statement existence precedes essence. 7. __________________He presented the idea of mind as a principle philosophical explanation. 8. __________________A method where two interlocutors took turns in questioning and answering. 9. __________________Any view which bases our knowledge, or the material s from which it is constructed, on experience through the senses. 10. __________________Basically the view that everything is made of matter. 11. __________________It may be thought so basic and general that all or most of knowledge, or anyway of philosophical knowledge, can be derived. 12. __________________It is the material object of philosophy. 13. __________________The formal object of philosophy. 14. __________________A procedure that is widely accepted as a general philosophical definition of knowledge. 15. __________________Ancient philosopher who held that air was the original matter of the universe.

VI. Matching Type: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Essence Ontology Principle Descartes Philosophical Psychology Philosophy Cosmology Apeiron Accidental modifications Dasein Socrates Thales Parmenides Heraclitus Plato Aristotle Soren Kierkegaard Aquinas Immanuel Kant Sartre a. Forms b. A law of nature as formulated and accepted by the mind c. Anaximander d. Dialectic method e. Father of existentialism f. Thomistic Method g. The most significant part of thing s nature h. Change is illusion i. Heidegger j. Comes from the Greek psyche meaning soul k. Branch of metaphysics which deals with the universe as a systematic order l. Branch of metaphysics concerned with the essence of beings m. Qualities or attributes not belonging to essence n. Search for meaning o. Methodic doubt p. Critical Idealism q. Water, water is everywhere r. Rejected the idea of Plato s. A field of philosophy which inquires into human nature t. Dialectic process u. Constant flux or change v. Existence precedes essence

V. Enumeration: 1-5. Hierarchy of being according to St. Aquinas 6-10. 5 ways/proofs of St. Thomas for God s existence 11-13. The three sages of Greece 14-17. Four kinds of causes according to Aristotle 18-20. Formula of justified true belief IV. Definition of terms: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Metaphysics Epistemology Theodicy Logic Ethics 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Principle Essence Cause Rational Inquiry Material Object