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Name: Enrico Dayanghirang Date: March 1, 2019

Course & Year: IR- 158 ABFS-D 1st Yr. Score:

Let’s test your memory

I. Identify what is being asked in each statement below. Write

your answers before each number.

1. He believed that the most important thing in life is the
St. Augustine state of an individual’s soul.
2. He believed that human being is both a soul and a body.
David Hume 3. He asserted that “self” does not exist; instead, he
stressed that perceptions are only active for as long as
Sigmund Freud
an individual is conscious.
4. He proposed the existence of the unconscious.
Plato 5. He believed that there are three parts of the soul,
namely, appetitive, rational, and spirited.
John locke
6. He claimed that human knowledge is derived from
Immanuel Kant
7. He believed that the self is not in the body, and he
stressed that the body and its qualities are rooted to the
Paul Churchland
8. He viewed that the immaterial soul does not exist
because it cannot be experienced by the senses.
Gilbert Ryle 9. He believed that an individual’s actions define his/her
own concept of self.
Rene Descartes 10. He asserted that the soul is distinct from the body.
Match the descriptions/concepts in Column A with the philosophers/theorists in
Column B. Options can be answered ONCE.

Column A. Column B.
A 1. He is known for his Theory of Forms A. Augustine
I 2. He claimed that the soul holds the Truth,
which is capable of scientific thinking. B. Churchland
C 3. He is famous for the phrase, “I Think,
Therefore I Am.” C. Descartes
G 4. He proposed that human mind at birth
is a “tabula rasa” D. Freud
5. He asserted that rationalism is the
Foundation of all knowledge E. Hume
6. He proposed that knowledge bridges the
“self” and the material things together. F. Kant
7. He practiced psychoanalysis in answering
questions about the human psyche G. Locke
8. He was known for this phrase, “ I Act,
Therefore, I am.” H. Merlau-Ponty
9. He was famous for his idea on Eliminative
Materialism I. Plato

H 10.He is known for his belief on embodied

subjectivity. J. Ryle

K. Socrates