Philosophy - Final Exam [ 32 questions | Part #2]

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Expert Philosophy [Teacher: Tuleubekov Assyl ; Final Exam + Hardcore Edition] ▼ (Final Exam Prep) Quiz on Philosophy - Final Exam [ 32 questions | Part #2] , created by Good Guy Beket on 17/12/2018.

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Question 1

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The word "Sophist" is translated from Greek as:
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  • Wise man
  • Warrior
  • Judge
  • Man
  • Thinker

Question 2

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Socrates in the dialogue Protagoras argues that it is impossible to be overcome by pleasure. What is his reason?
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  • Pleasure has no power over our decisions
  • He can think of no cases in history where this has happened
  • Pleasure is the only motivating power in life
  • If we do what we want, we have not been overcome by any
  • It is harmful

Question 3

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According to Socrates, what should be tested in a discussion besides the truth?
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  • The speakers
  • The views of the majority of citizens
  • False opinions
  • The method of discussion
  • Wisdom and strength

Question 4

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Why does Socrates claim he can learn more from Protagoras than from Pericles?
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  • Protagoras is more virtuous than Pericles.
  • Protagoras is a professional teacher.
  • Protagoras can both give a long speech and answer question about it afterwards.
  • Protagoras composes his own speeches and also those of Pericles.
  • Protagoras is wiser than Pericles.

Question 5

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Who does Socrates claim he is a disciple of?
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  • Protagoras.
  • Hippias
  • Callias
  • Prodicus
  • Hippocrates

Question 6

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The most prominent student of Plato’s Academy:
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  • Euclidus
  • Pythagoras
  • Aristotle
  • Democritus
  • Protagoras

Question 7

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Plato founded the school of Philosophy called:
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  • Licey
  • Gimnasium
  • Academy
  • Agora
  • Dialectics of Athens.

Question 8

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Which of the following classes of society populates the first city?
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  • Producers
  • Auxiliaries
  • Philosopher-kings
  • Farmers
  • Craftsmen

Question 9

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Which of the following is not considered an aspect of the soul by Plato?
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  • The emotive part
  • The spirited part
  • The rational part
  • The appetitive part
  • The physical part

Question 10

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What is the role of women in the city?
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  • Women occupy all of the same roles that men occupy
  • They are limited to the producing class
  • The role of women is never mentioned in the republic
  • They belong to their own class of society
  • They nurse their children

Question 11

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What is the difference between thought and understanding, according to Plato?
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  • Thought makes use of images and hypothesis as crutches whereas understanding does not
  • Understanding makes use of images and hypothesis as crutches various thought does not
  • Understanding do not care about thought
  • Understanding reasons about forms whereas thought does not
  • Thought reasons about forms various does not

Question 12

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What does Socrates mean to illustrate with the allegory of the cave?
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  • The effects of education on the soul
  • The way people develop
  • The effects of the intelligible realm on the soul
  • The effects of the visible realm on the soul
  • The stages of the moral development through which a philosopher king must pass

Question 13

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How do we know that the philosopher’s pleasure is the greatest possible pleasure, according to Plato?
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  • Because only he is an a position to judge his says so
  • Because he is wise
  • Because this coheres with our theory of our justice
  • Because if it weren’t that it would not be worthwhile to be just and we know that it is
  • Because of the myth of Err

Question 14

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It bears the knowledge according to Aristotle:
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  • Soul
  • Heart
  • Body
  • Head
  • Brain

Question 15

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What kind of philosophy, according to Aristotle, studied the activity of the man, organization of the state:
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  • Practical
  • Poetic
  • Theoretical
  • Entelechia
  • Political

Question 16

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He was called "the first teacher":
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  • Aristotle
  • Socrates
  • Plato
  • Diogenes
  • Heraclitus

Question 17

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The teacher of Alexander the Great was:
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  • Aristotle
  • Heraclitus
  • Plato
  • Socrates
  • Pythagoras

Question 18

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According to Aristotle, the best form of state is:
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  • Aristocracy
  • Tyranny
  • Junta
  • Oligarchy
  • Democracy

Question 19

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Which of the following is always an end in itself, according to Aristotle?
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  • Happiness
  • Virtue
  • Intelligence
  • Honor
  • Pleasure

Question 20

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How do we learn virtue in Aristotle’s view?
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  • By habbit
  • By dialectical argument
  • By rational instruction
  • By learning for our mistakes
  • By breathing

Question 21

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Which of the following does Aristotle consider to be the worst?
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  • Being great and expecting moderate honors [1]
  • Being great and expecting great honors
  • Being mediocre and expecting great honors [2]
  • 1 and 2 are equally bad
  • Being lazy

Question 22

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How is justice different from virtue, according to Aristotle?
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  • Justice deals with our relations to others, while virtue is a state of being
  • Virtue is just one form of justice
  • Justice can be vice in the wrong hands
  • Justice is a human in the invention while virtue exist obejectively
  • Justice is a form of human virtue

Question 23

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According to Aristotle, what is the best form of friendship based upon?
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  • Goodness
  • Utility
  • Pleasure
  • Law
  • Equality

Question 24

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Which of the following relationships is analogous to the king-subject relationship?
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  • Father-son
  • Husband-wife
  • Master-slave
  • Brother-sister
  • Mother-daughter

Question 25

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How should one treat an old friend whom one has long since exceeded in friendship?
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  • Break only of the friendship but maintain feelings of the goodwill for the old friend
  • Remain friends as always
  • Remain friends but not as closely as before
  • Break of all relations with old friends
  • Forget about him

Question 26

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“Emanation” means:
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  • Out flowing of overfilled being
  • Creation the human being
  • Natural evolution
  • Emergence of philosophy
  • Moral reality

Question 27

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Philosophy of the Middle Ages characterized as "school philosophy" was called:
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  • Mysticism
  • Apologetics
  • Scholastics
  • Patristics
  • Nominalists

Question 28

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The author of “The Tractatus of the views of the citizens of a Virtuous City” is called “the second teacher”:
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  • Al-Biruni
  • Al-Khorezmi
  • Al-Gazali
  • Ibn Sina
  • Al-Farabi

Question 29

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An important tradition borrowed by Al-Farabi from ancient philosophy is called:
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  • Mysticism
  • Gilosoism
  • Materialism
  • Peripateticism
  • Idealism

Question 30

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Outstanding philosopher and doctor of the Arab medieval world, author of «Canon of medical science»:
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  • Ibn Rushd
  • Ibn Sina
  • Ibn Badj
  • Al-Farabi
  • Ibn Tufeil

Question 31

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According to Augustine spiritual substance
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  • has infinite size
  • has no real existence
  • contains the universe
  • exists outside human existence
  • has no spatial qualities

Question 32

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Augustine holds that God’s creation of the universe takes place:
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  • in a day
  • before time began
  • After time began
  • Occasionally
  • Eternally
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