Philosophy IITU

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Question 1

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The translation of the word “philosophy”:
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  • Pantheism
  • Love wisdom.
  • Cosmo centrism.
  • Love Theo
  • Love Human

Question 2

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

Question 3

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

Question 4

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Plato founded the school of Philosophy called:
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  • Lyceum
  • Gymnasium
  • Academy
  • Agora
  • Dialectics of Athen

Question 5

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What writing did Confucius write?
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  • Tao Te Ching
  • Lunyu, or Analects
  • I-Ching
  • Li-Ching
  • Shu-Ching

Question 6

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He was called «the first teacher»:
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  • Socrates
  • Aristotle
  • Plato
  • Diogenus
  • Heraclitus

Question 7

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

Question 8

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Mo Di created a school named as …
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  • Junta
  • Buddhism
  • Democracy
  • Mohism

Question 9

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Laozi created a school that is:
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  • Tyranny
  • Jainism
  • Taoism
  • Democracy

Question 10

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What beginning (Arche) did Heraclitus recognize?
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  • Logos
  • Virtue
  • Intelligence
  • Honor
  • Pleasure

Question 11

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What beginning did Pythagoras recognize?
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  • Numbers
  • Dialectical argument
  • Rational instruction
  • Learning from our mistakes
  • Breathing

Question 12

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Miletus school was named after:
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  • Name of the city.
  • Name of philosopher
  • Name of founder.
  • Name of the river.
  • Name of book.

Question 13

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13.A teaching of Aristotle is called as…
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  • Academicism
  • Peripatetism
  • Buddhism
  • Atheism
  • Pantheism

Question 14

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14.«Emanation» means:
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  • The process of formation of things through confluence of matter and form.
  • Universe “flows” from the beyond a single principle and exists eternally.
  • Process of cognition by recollecting the soul.
  • Process of developing of inference.
  • Process of development of the world of natural phenomena.

Question 15

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15.Who of them is mostly considered as an ethnographer?
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  • Al-Biruni.
  • Shokan Ualikhanov
  • Al-Khorezmi
  • Abai Kunanbayev
  • Ybyrai Altynsarin

Question 16

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16.Who of them is a representative of the Milesian school?
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  • Al-Biruni.
  • Al-Khorezmi
  • Anaximander
  • Heraclitus
  • Altynsarin

Question 17

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17.Parmenides and Zeno belong to…
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  • Milesian school.
  • Taoism.
  • Eley school.
  • Mimamsa.
  • Yoga.

Question 18

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18.The author of the book «Three Truths»:
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  • Yassaui
  • Kudaiberdiyev
  • Al-Farabi.
  • Ulugbek
  • Al-Gazali.

Question 19

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19.Under the Renaissance human was considered to be as
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  • Man is a political creature.
  • Man is a thinking being.
  • Man is a religious being.
  • Human is a creator, artist, enriched microcosm.
  • Man is a siner.

Question 20

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20.He founded the Philosophy of politics in the epoch of formation of the early bourgeois relations…
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  • Mirandola
  • Machiavelli
  • Campanella
  • Cardinal Mazzarini
  • Cardinal Rischelier

Question 21

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21.Primordial substance of the nature according to Heraclitus is:
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  • Water
  • Air
  • Fire
  • Earth
  • Wood

Question 22

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22.Expression «You can’t enter the same water twice» belongs to:
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  • Heraclitus
  • Protagoras
  • Pythagoras
  • Anaximander
  • Plato

Question 23

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

Question 24

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24.Leucippus and Democritus are of the representatives of
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  • Milesian school.
  • Taoism.
  • Atomist school.
  • Mimamsa.
  • Eley school.

Question 25

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25.He was a student at the Sophists school first, and then became their opponent:
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  • Protagoras
  • Pythagoras
  • Heraclitus
  • Socrates
  • Diogenus

Question 26

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26.“I know that I know nothing” was proclaimed by…
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  • Thales
  • Pythagorus
  • Democritus
  • Seneka
  • Socrates

Question 27

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27.One of the main philosophical books of St. Thomas Aquinas is:
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  • Summa Theologica.
  • Summa of All Summas.
  • Summa in Defence of God.
  • Summa of Evidences.
  • Summa contra Devil.

Question 28

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28.Which of the following subjects did Descartes most admire when he was a student?
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  • Mathematics
  • Philosophy
  • Poetry
  • Zoology
  • Chemistry

Question 29

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29.A thinker who formulated 5 proofs of existence of God:
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  • Augustine
  • Erasmus of Rotterdam.
  • Thomas Aquinas.
  • Machiavelli
  • Abelyar

Question 30

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30.Myth of the Cave was developed by:
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  • Augustine
  • Erasmus of Rotterdam
  • Plato
  • Makiavelli
  • Abelyar

Question 31

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31.What social group did Confucius compare with state?
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  • war
  • community
  • struggle
  • conflict
  • family

Question 32

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32.Which of these schools is from the heterodox direction of Ancient India?
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  • Mimamsa
  • Yoga
  • Sankhya
  • Buddhism
  • Vaiseshika

Question 33

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33.Which of these schools is from the heterodox direction of Ancient India?
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  • Mimamsa
  • Yoga
  • Sankhya
  • Vaiseshika
  • Jainism

Question 34

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34.Which of these schools is from the heterodox direction of Ancient India?
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  • Mimamsa
  • Yoga
  • Sankhya
  • Charvaka-Lokayata
  • Vaiseshika

Question 35

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35.Title of school based by Aristotle is…
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  • Academy
  • Legism
  • Pantheism
  • Deism
  • Lyceum

Question 36

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36.Theocentrism provides that in the center of the universe is…
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  • God
  • Something mystical
  • Poetics
  • Human
  • Science

Question 37

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37.Defining characteristic of the religious outlook is:
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  • Belief in art of superstitions
  • Belief in contemptuous attitude to science, the denial of their validity
  • Belief in wisdom
  • Belief in the supernatural, otherworldly forces, having the opportunity to influence the course of world events
  • Belief in denial of human freedom, the belief that all actions originally defined by God

Question 38

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38.One of the characteristics of the Renaissance is:
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  • Atheism
  • Theologism
  • Sociocentrism
  • Cosmocentrism
  • Antropocentrism

Question 39

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39.Creationism is the idea that the world and mankind created by…
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  • God
  • Something mystical
  • Poetics
  • Human
  • Science

Question 40

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40.Searching human individuality is the peculiar feature of Philosophy of...
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  • Conventialism
  • Life
  • Renaissance
  • Rationalism
  • Conformism

Question 41

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41.Outstanding philosopher of the Renaissance blamed in heresy and burnt by Inquisition
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  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • Kusansky
  • L. Valla
  • Campanella
  • Jiordano Bruno

Question 42

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42.Definition of outlook …
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  • system of views, evaluations, and emotions that characterize the relationship of man to the world and to himself
  • system of body of knowledge possessed by people
  • system of reflection of human consciousness of the social relations that objectively exist in society
  • system of adequate system of preferences of adult personality
  • system of historical forms of daily mind

Question 43

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43.A characteristic feature of the Philosophy of the Renaissance is:
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  • Atheism
  • Theologism
  • Sociocentrism
  • Cosmocentrism
  • Antropocentrism

Question 44

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44.The idea that destinies of the world and people are determined by God is…
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  • Freedom
  • Desire
  • Canon
  • Providentialism
  • Emotions

Question 45

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45.The main category in Taoism is…
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  • Freedom
  • Desire
  • Canon
  • Path
  • Emotions

Question 46

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46.One of the representatives of the stoics was…
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  • Epicurus
  • Seneca
  • Aristotle
  • Plato
  • Socrates

Question 47

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47.Primordial Being in Indian philosophy is termed as…
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  • Atma
  • Caste
  • Karma
  • Samsara
  • Brahma

Question 48

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48.An Arabic category of tawhid means…
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  • Humanism
  • Naturalism
  • Monotheism
  • Science
  • Polytheism

Question 49

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49.Expression «You can't enter the same water twice» belongs to:
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  • Heraclitus
  • Protagoras
  • Pythagoras
  • Anaximander
  • Plato

Question 50

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50.Who was considered to be the first philosopher of Greece, a founder of the Milesian school?
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  • Socrates
  • Aristotle
  • Cicero
  • Thales
  • Epicurus

Question 51

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51.Teachings of Aristotle called
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  • Peripatetism
  • Academicism
  • Buddhism
  • Atheism
  • Pantheism

Question 52

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52.The author of “Monadology” is…
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  • T. Hobbes
  • J. Locke
  • R. Descartes
  • G. Leibniz
  • F. Bacon

Question 53

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53.Origenes Adamantius is a philosopher of…
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  • Patristics
  • Scholasticism
  • Epistemology
  • Apologetics
  • Aesthetics

Question 54

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54.The founder of social agreement (Leviathan) theory is…
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  • T. Hobbes
  • J. Locke
  • R. Descartes
  • D. Hume
  • F. Bacon

Question 55

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55.Outlook is:
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  • system of views, evaluations, and emotions that characterize the relationship of man to the world and to himself
  • body of knowledge possessed by people
  • reflection of human consciousness of the social relations that objectively exist in society
  • adequate system of preferences of adult personality
  • form of history

Question 56

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56.A thinker Thomas Aquinas formulated 5 proofs of…
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  • existence of Soul
  • existence of Matter
  • existence of God
  • existence of Logos
  • existence of Eidos Urania

Question 57

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57.Belief in the supernatural, otherworldly forces, having the opportunity to influence the course of world events is…
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  • Science
  • Religion
  • Denial of human freedom
  • Art
  • Wisdom

Question 58

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58.Who were the classical philosophers in the Ancient Greek-Roman philosophy?
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  • Machiavelli, Socrates, Plato
  • Socrates, Plato, Aristotle
  • Abay, Pushkin, Machiavelli
  • Aristotle, Machiavelli, Plato
  • Napoleon, Chingizkhan, Marx

Question 59

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59.Where did Socrates contribute his ideas?
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  • In the cloister, church and grave
  • In the streets, market place, and gymnasiums
  • In the house, forest, and sky
  • In the grave, university, and school
  • In the church, mosque, and synagogue

Question 60

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60.The author of «Divine comedy»
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  • Rene Descartes
  • Dante Alighieri
  • Erasmus of Rotterdam
  • Lorenzo Valla
  • Petrarch

Question 61

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61.Who offered psychoanalytic theory in human nature?
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  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • Nikolas of Cusa
  • Loranzo Valla
  • Tomaso Campanella
  • Sigmund Freud

Question 62

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62.The main postulate of empiricism
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  • Knowing the world causes doubts
  • Reason is the main source to know the world.
  • Intuition is the highest form of knowledge.
  • All knowledge is based on experience.
  • The source of knowledge is God's revelation.

Question 63

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63.Under the Renaissance human was considered as:
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  • political being
  • reasonable being
  • product of the society possessing the soul
  • creator, artist, rich microcosm.
  • Microcosmos

Question 64

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64.Who developed a doctrine about four factors that hinder the veridical cognition of nature, which he calls idols, or “phantoms”?
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  • Francis Bacon
  • Martin Heidegger
  • Karl Marx
  • Plato
  • Albert Camus

Question 65

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65.Representative of the Early Modern Philosophy, who said "I think, therefore I am"
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  • Descartes
  • Locke
  • Bacon
  • Hume
  • Spinoza

Question 66

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66.Searching human individuality is a peculiar feature of human creature can be met in Philosophy of...
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  • Conventialism
  • Life
  • Renaissance
  • Rationalism
  • Conformism

Question 67

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67.“Thus Spoke Zarathustra” is a work of
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  • R.Descartes
  • F.Nietzsche
  • Albert Camus
  • Karl Marx
  • Martin Heidegger

Question 68

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68.The author of “Emile: or, On Education”, “The New Eloise”, “Social Contract”
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  • Lao tzu
  • Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
  • Albert Camus
  • Karl Marx
  • Martin Heidegger

Question 69

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69.Branch of philosophy that studies historical knowledge and interpretation of historical process:
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  • Philosophy of history
  • Logics
  • Ontology
  • History of philosophy
  • Epistemology

Question 70

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70.“The Divine Comedy” is written by...
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  • Dante
  • Protagoras
  • Hippocrates
  • Hippias
  • Raphael

Question 71

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71.Shokan Ualikhanov’s work is...
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  • “On Islam in the Steppe”
  • “Metaphysics”
  • “Abay’s Path”
  • “Book of Words”

Question 72

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72.The definition of public economic formation in materialism was first developed by...
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  • Engels
  • Stalin
  • Marx
  • Rousseau
  • Lenin

Question 73

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73.Who is the author of a doctrine Wissenschaftslehre?
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  • Engels
  • Machiavelli
  • Fichte
  • Rousseau
  • Lenin

Question 74

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74.Who is the author of the books “Either/or”, “Fear and Trembling”?
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  • Rousseau
  • Lenin
  • Kierkegaard
  • Marx

Question 75

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75.Who indicated the difference between conscious and unconscious in human mind?
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  • Plato
  • Freud
  • Hume
  • Marx
  • Sartre

Question 76

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76.“Adam bol” is a principle cultivated by...
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  • S.Seifullin
  • M.Zhumabayev
  • B.Mailin
  • Y.Altynsarin
  • A.Kunanbayev

Question 77

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77.Heliocentric system of Universe was elaborated by...
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  • Galilei
  • Bruno
  • Ptolemy
  • Tesla
  • Copernicus

Question 78

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78.Aesthetical values are:
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  • Love, friendship
  • Beauty, art, harmony, style
  • Civil rights
  • Freedom of word and personality
  • Social justice

Question 79

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79.Miletus school’s representative Thales thought that the beginning of the world is...
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  • Moisture, water
  • Apeiron
  • Air
  • Logos
  • Fire

Question 80

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80.The most famous of the cynics is:
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  • Thales
  • Protagoras
  • Pythagoras
  • Diogenus of Sinopa
  • Plato.

Question 81

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81.Primordial substance of the nature according to Heraclitus is:
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  • Water
  • Air.
  • Fire.
  • Wood.
  • Earth

Question 82

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82.An idea that human of newborn is “Tabula Rasa” belongs to:
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  • D.Hume
  • R.Descartes
  • G.Leibniz
  • J.Locke
  • T.Hobbes

Question 83

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83.One of the representatives of the stoics was
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  • Epicurus
  • Socrates
  • Seneca
  • Aristotle
  • Plato.

Question 84

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84.What was the central problem of the Greek school of Philosophy of the Pre-Socratic period:
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  • The origin of man.
  • Problem of life and death
  • Acquisition of happiness and serenity
  • Cosmos and its origin.
  • Soul of the things

Question 85

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85.One of the prominent rhetor in the Roman Empire was...
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  • Thales
  • Pythagoras
  • Democritus
  • Socrates
  • Cicero

Question 86

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86.How many thinkers does German classical philosophy contain?
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  • 2
  • 4
  • 9
  • 5
  • 7

Question 87

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

Question 88

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

Question 89

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89.The school founded by Plato was called:
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  • Liceum.
  • Gimnasium.
  • Academy
  • Agora.
  • Dialectics of Athens.

Question 90

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In F.Nietzsche’s philosophy, human nature is divided into...
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  • Dionysian and Apollonian beginnings
  • Positive and negative beginnings
  • Human and animal beginnings
  • Black and white beginnings
  • Eastern and western beginnings

Question 91

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91.“God is dead” said...
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  • F.Nietzsche
  • Heraclitus
  • Plato
  • E.Kant
  • F.Hegel

Question 92

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92.Creationism is...
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  • Idea, in which God created everything
  • Idea, in which Evil created everything
  • Idea, in which Satan created everything
  • Idea, in which human himself created everything
  • Idea, in which nature itself created everything

Question 93

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

Question 94

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94.The author of “The Treatise 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 95

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95.Outstanding philosopher Arab-Muslim medieval world, author of «Canon of medical science»...
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  • Ibn Rushd
  • Ibn Sina
  • Ibn Badj
  • Al-Farabi
  • Ibn Tufeil

Question 96

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96.What philosophy was divided into Westernizers and Slavophiles?
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  • Kazakh
  • German classical
  • Greek-Roman
  • French
  • Russian

Question 97

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The founder of phenomenology is…
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  • E.Husserl
  • I.Kant
  • G.Hegel
  • B.Russel
  • A.Komte

Question 98

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Philosophy is…
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  • One of the types of outlooks about world, human being and the place of human in world
  • Form of religious activity
  • Doctrine of beauty
  • Doctrine of Being.
  • Doctrine about right behavior, morality, justice

Question 99

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Outlook is ...:
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  • Doctrine of beauty
  • System of norms, values and stereotypes in a cultural-historical epoch.
  • Gilosoism system.
  • Doctrine of materialism.
  • Idealistic form of cognition.

Question 100

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The founder of deconstructivism:
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  • B.Russel.
  • I.Kant.
  • M. Heidegger.
  • J.-P. Sartre.
  • J. Derrida.

Question 101

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Phenomenological reduction is a continuation of the determination of consciousness as a transcendental subject, which begins in philosophy of...:
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  • B.Russel.
  • J. Derrida.
  • R.Descartes.
  • G.Hegel.
  • X. Ortega-i-Gasset.

Question 102

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Which direction is the 20th century was engaged in philosophy of language?
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  • Phenomenology.
  • Pragmatism
  • Hermeneutics
  • Analitical philosophy.
  • Ontology.

Question 103

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What book did Descartes count as a main instruction for development human mind?
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  • “Critique of pure reason”.
  • “Either-or”.
  • “Discourse on the Method”.
  • 'Critique of Practical Reason”.
  • “Critique of Judgment”.

Question 104

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Lack of Judgement is the stupidity of the mind. This is the words of...
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  • B.Russel
  • J. Derrida
  • M. Heidegger.
  • J.-P. Sartre
  • I.Kant.

Question 105

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The founder of pragmatism is...
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  • Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein
  • Franz Brentano.
  • St. Albert.
  • St.Aquinas.
  • Charles Sanders Peirce.

Question 106

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10.The author of “The Phenomenology of Spirit”:
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  • St. Albert
  • J. Dewey
  • G.Hegel
  • Socrates
  • Protagoras

Question 107

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11.The translation of the word “axiology”:
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  • Pantheism
  • Doctrine of significance and values.
  • Cosmo centrism.
  • Love Theo.
  • Love Humanity.

Question 108

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12.The word “Epochè” in the philosophy of Husserl is translated from Greek as:
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  • Suspension, abstinence
  • Warrior
  • Judgement
  • Humanity
  • Love

Question 109

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13.“Transcendental unity of apperception” is one of the important categories in philosophy of…?
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  • I.Kant
  • E.Husserl
  • M.Heidegger
  • B.Spinoza D.Hume
  • D.Hume

Question 110

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14.Who was teacher of E.Husserl who used the term of intentionality?
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  • D.Hume.
  • F.Brentano.
  • J.-P.Sartre
  • Protagoras.

Question 111

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15.How do we come to infer a connection between cause and effect in Hume’s mind?
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  • Demonstrative reasoning.
  • Moral reasoning.
  • Habit
  • A gift from the gods.
  • Common sense

Question 112

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16.Who is the ultimate judge of what is right and what is wrong in human moral practice, according to Hume?
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  • Society as a whole.
  • Each individual on his or her own.
  • God
  • There is no rational ground for moral judgment.
  • State

Question 113

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17.How do humans differ from animals in Hume’s view?
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  • Humans do not rely on instinct
  • Humans can infer necessary connections between events by means of reason.
  • Humans learn from experience.
  • Humans are very good at drawing general inferences from experience
  • Humans are cleverer

Question 114

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The meaning of the notion of ALETEIA in Greek philosophy:
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  • Cognition
  • Feeling
  • Human
  • Truth, unconcealment
  • Cleverer

Question 115

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The object of philosophy is:
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  • Cognition process.
  • World in whole and the place of man in this world.
  • Human being.
  • Truth, unconcealment.
  • Mind

Question 116

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The main parts of philosophy:
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  • Ontology, epistemology, ethics, aesthetics
  • This world.
  • History, methodology.
  • Geometry, algebra, analytics.
  • Economy, ecology

Question 117

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The meaning of the notion of EPISTEME in Greek philosophy:
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  • Process
  • Place
  • Being
  • Truth
  • Knowledge

Question 118

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The meaning of the notion of DOXA in Greek philosophy:
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  • Conflict
  • War
  • History
  • Struggle
  • Teaching, opinion.

Question 119

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The meaning of the notion of ARCHE in Greek philosophy:
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  • Love wisdom.
  • Peace
  • Progress
  • The principle united all existing things.
  • Philosophical problem

Question 120

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Epistemology is:
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  • A study of nature, origin and limits of human knowledge.
  • Love wisdom
  • Religion
  • Branch of art.
  • Mathematical discipline.

Question 121

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Ethic is:
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  • A study of nature, origin and limits of human cognition
  • Love wisdom
  • A philosophical study of principles, moral and human behavior.
  • Branch of physics
  • World religion

Question 122

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Aesthetics is:
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  • A study of nature, origin and limits of human cognition.
  • Philosophy as a system.
  • A philosophical study of principles, moral and human behavior.
  • A philosophical study that researches the sphere of artistic activity and its principles
  • One of the directions of Buddhism

Question 123

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Who first introduce the word “philosophy”?
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  • Parmenides
  • Zeno Eley
  • Socrates
  • Pythagoras
  • Democritus
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