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Test 1 Review of attempt 1

Started on Completed on Time taken Grade Friday, January 21, 2011, 09:04 AM Friday, January 21, 2011, 09:20 AM 16 mins 38 secs 38 out of a maximum of 50 (76%)

Question1
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Analytic Philosophy seeks to analyse philosophical ideas by analysing

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a. mathmatical equations b. language c. Plato d. world history

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Question2
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The study of epistemology asks the question

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a. how do you feel b. where is the becoming world c. how does philosophy work d. when is the end of the age

e. how do you know what is real

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Question3
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Existential literally means

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a. metaphysical enigma b. out of c. into d. alternate reality e. exit the building

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Question4
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Many aspects of our modern way of living and thinking are the product of ideas put forward thousands of years ago.

Answer: True Correct


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False

Question5
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Phenomenalogical Philosophy starts with observable phenomena to understand the world.

Answer: True Correct


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False

Question6

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Philosophy literally means

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a. study of love b. love of Sophia c. love of filling d. love of wisdom e. study of Phil

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Question7
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Speculative Philosophy seeks to answer

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a. the Pythagorean therom b. the ultimate questions c. the dialogues of Plato d. the doorbell

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Question8
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Which item below is not a one of the fields of Philosophy?

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a. Epistemology b. Logic c. Value theory

d. Evolutionary theory

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Question9
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Most ancient civilizations had theocratic governments which means the government was

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a. not interested in progressive history b. run by an elite ruling class c. not interested in philosophy d. organized around a particular religion e. influenced by the Egyptians

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Question10
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The study of metaphysics has to do with

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a. cartography b. reality c. etymology d. cosmology e. sobriety

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Question11
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Existential Philosophy seeks to locate meaning out of the individuals experience.

Answer: True Incorrect


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False

Question12
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Metaphysic literally means

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a. above the physical b. beyond logic c. non material d. below the atmosphere e. metaphor

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Question13
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Philosophy is the attempt to think _______________ and _____________about the most important questions of life.

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a. first and foremost b. quickly and steadily c. rationally and critically d. hard and wisely e. rationally and supernaturally

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Question14
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A persons philosophy about something is basically the way they think about it.

Answer: True Correct


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False

Question15
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The ancient Hebrew culture influenced the ancient world and Western civilization by contributing which of the following ideas.

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a. progressive history b. ethical monotheism c. importance of the individual d. monotheism e. all of the above

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Question16
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Whatever a person thinks will happen, if they were to walk off a roof, will not change what happens, if in fact, they do walk off a roof.

Answer: True Correct


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False

Question17
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Judeo- Christian is a term that refers to values transmitted through time that began with the

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a. Phoenicians and Mesopotamians b. Jews and Christians c. Rationalists and Empiricists d. Greeks and Romans e. none of the above

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Question18
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Polytheism means

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a. several layers of plastic b. multiple wives c. removal of poly unsaturated fats d. having to do with politics e. many gods

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Question19
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Many aspects of our modern way of living and thinking are the product of ideas put forward thousands of years ago

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a. true b. false c. almost d. maybe

e. neither

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Question20
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The four main values presented in class that describe Western Civilization are

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a. rationalism, atomism, symbolism, metaphysics b. democracy, theocracy, politics, Greco- Roman c. monotheism, individualism, monofilament, Socrates d. rationalism, democracy, freedom, individualism e. none of the above

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Question21
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Logic is the study of right and wrong.

Answer: True Correct


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False

Question22
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A thing is true whether anyone believes it is or not.

Answer: True Incorrect


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False

Question23
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BCE stands for the term

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a. Before Christ Epistemology b. Better Climate Evaluation c. Before the Common Era d. none of the above e. all of the above

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Question24
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Critical thinking is

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a. thinking in an emergency b. thinking only when necessary c. thinking thoroughly about a thing d. criticizing everyone and everything

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Question25
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Civilization is first thought to have appeared on earth in which of the following river valleys?

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a. Nile river b. Indus river c. Tigris and Euphrates rivers

d. all of the above e. none of the above

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