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Question 12 pts

Socrates' trial ends this way:

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Question 22 pts

What do we find out at the end of "The Euthyphro"?

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Question 32 pts

What is the lowest being on The Chain of Being?

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Question 42 pts

For Berkeley, to be is to be

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Question 52 pts

Which is a virtue according to Plato?

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Question 62 pts

Parmenides believed the following is impossible

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Question 72 pts

Who obeys the law according to Thrasymachus?

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Question 82 pts

Thales thinks everything is ultimately

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Question 92 pts

Descartes argued that the mind is

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Question 102 pts

Aquinas argues that God has this attribute:

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Question 112 pts

Which of these have soul according to Aristotle?

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Question 122 pts

Aristotle would say that this is the material cause of a dog:

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Question 132 pts

Pythagoras thought all was numbers and

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Question 142 pts

Descartes said, I think, therefore, I

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Question 152 pts

Heraclitus thought that all was

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Question 162 pts

For the Atomists, 'atom' literally means:

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Question 172 pts

Kant's antinomies are concerned with

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Question 182 pts

Which of these would Hume regard as a 'relation of ideas'?

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Question 192 pts

Empedocles' 4 elements are:

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Question 202 pts

Anaximenes that all was ultimately

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Question 212 pts

Aristotle thought that unfair inequality was the source of

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Question 222 pts

In Kant's 3rd antinomy, he concludes that

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Question 232 pts

Berkeley thought that this is a "meaningless term":

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Question 242 pts

Which of the following is a secondary quality for Locke?

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Question 252 pts

"Multiply entities only according to necessity" is a form of

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Question 262 pts

Who says space is real?

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Question 272 pts

Which of these is a primary idea for Locke?

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Question 282 pts

Aristotle would say that this is the efficient cause of a dog:

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Question 292 pts

Locke says this is "not knowledge in the strict sense"

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Question 302 pts

Socrates was killed by what poison?

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Question 312 pts

Locke's term for what other philosophers call 'intuition' is:

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Question 322 pts

Which of the following is 'a priori analytic'?

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Question 332 pts

Aristotle favors this form of government:

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Question 342 pts

Which of the following is a simple idea for Locke?

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Question 352 pts

Scotus' view of God's ultimate power is best called

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Question 362 pts

Aristotle would say that this is the final cause of a dog:

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Question 372 pts

Which is a vice according to Aristotle?

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Question 382 pts

Hume's ethical theory is based primarily on

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Question 392 pts

Plants have what type of soul according to Aristotle?

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Question 402 pts

Heraclitus thought that you cannot step into the same river

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Question 412 pts

Protagoras thinks that truth is

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Question 422 pts

Perceptions come in two different varieties for Hume:

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Question 432 pts

Anaximander's ultimate substance is

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Question 442 pts

Parmenides' ultimate substance cannot have:

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Question 452 pts

Aristotle thinks tragic poems have

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Question 462 pts

Which of the following is 'a posteriori synthetic' for Kant?

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Question 472 pts

Locke thinks this is an unalienable right

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Question 482 pts

Plato thinks this is a Form:

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Question 492 pts

Which of these would Hume call a 'matter of fact'?

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Question 502 pts

Ockham's view on universals is known as


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