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ADAMS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENDED STUDIES PHIL 201 – INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY Exam III I certify that the student named on this exam did not receive assistance and did not have unauthorized access to books or notes. I have returned this exam to the instructor on ____________________ (date). Proctor Name: ______________________________ Signature: _________________________________ Unit 3 Part I: Multiple-Choice. Select/circle the option that best finishes/answers the following questions/statements based on the reading (1 point each): 1. For Anselm, God exists a. Only in the mind, but that is enough b. Only in the heart, but that is enough c. So truly, that he cannot be conceived not to exist d. Both a and b 2. For Anselm, the designation of God is a. Than than which no greater can be conceived b. Not limited by what we may be able to conceive c. Not entirely comprehensible by us d. All of the above 3. Gaunilo’s objection involves a. A lost island b. An absurd conclusion c. A counter-example in behalf of the fool d. All of the above 4. Aquinas objections to Anselm’s argument since a. It does not limit God to the Christian God b. The designation is not found in the Bible c. Human knowledge involves the senses d. All of the above 5. If there was a time when there was nothing, then there would nothing now, is part of which argument? a. Grades of goodness b. Efficient causality c. Possibility and necessity d. Guidedness of nature Adams State University – Extended Studies© Instructor: Delilah Caldwell Page 1 of 8 Name: ________________________________ Please Print May 2015 ADAMS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENDED STUDIES PHIL 201 – INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY Exam III 6. Ultimately, Descartes doubts mathematics by supposing a. God b. Aristotle and Aquinas are right, knowledge comes from experience c. Our minds create mathematics d. Evil demon 7. Who uses a method of resolution and composition? a. Descartes b. Hobbes c. Berkeley d. All of the above 8. Which philosopher is best described as reaching conclusions by reason alone (rationalism) and not relying on experience (empiricism) a. Hobbes b. Aquinas c. Hume d. Descartes 9. Who withheld a writing given the persecution of Galileo by the Catholic Church? a. Hobbes b. Berkeley c. Descartes d. Gaunilo 10. That the weakest can kill the strongest justifies a. Moral argument for God b. “esse is percipi.” c. Dualism d. Equality 11. Who thinks that idealism is the case (idealism is the metaphysical system that ideas/mind are fundamental to reality) a. Anselm b. Aquinas c. Descartes d. Berkeley Adams State University – Extended Studies© Instructor: Delilah Caldwell Page 2 of 8 Name: ________________________________ Please Print May 2015 ADAMS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENDED STUDIES PHIL 201 – INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY Exam III 12. What is the view that mental states are caused by the physical world, but mental states have no causal impact on the physical world (brain causes thoughts, but thoughts don’t make the body move)? a. Monism b. Epiphenomenalism c. Materialism d. Science of Man 13. When Hume introspects (treats consciousness as an object of observation), what doesn’t he find? a. God b. Self c. Causation d. All of the above 14. Who would agree that morality is just good feeling we have towards events? a. Descartes b. Hume c. Hobbes d. Both b and c 15. For Hume, causation is a. Habit formed by regularity of events b. Regularity explained by the mind/will of God c. The foundation for the science of man d. A simple impression which gives rise to the simple idea 16. Who would claim that religion is superstition a. Berkeley b. Descartes c. Hume d. All of the above 17. Who defends common sense by arguing away the material world? a. Hume b. Berkeley c. Hobbes d. Descartes Adams State University – Extended Studies© Instructor: Delilah Caldwell Page 3 of 8 Name: ________________________________ Please Print May 2015 ADAMS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENDED STUDIES PHIL 201 – INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY Exam III 18. For Hobbes, what has to be given up in order to ease our fears of violent death and give us hope for happiness? a. Social contract b. Equality c. Leviathan d. Right of nature 19. Who was a bishop? a. Hume b. Hobbes c. Locke d. Berkeley 20. For Hobbes, government/sovereign is needed to a. Enforce our agreements with each other b. Create equality from a world of natural inequality c. Secure our right of nature d. All of the above Part II: Multi-Part Essay. Answer two of the following multi-part essays (40 points each): Hume What is the science of man, and why is it fundamental? Explain the contents of consciousness, what is their relationship? Provide Hume’s arguments that God and self are meaningless ideas. Why can’t morality be based in reason? What is the nature of morality, that is, what does “morally good” refer to? Explain. Do you think Hume provides the correct analysis of morality? Explain/justify. Descartes Why is Descartes overthrowing all his beliefs? Explain. How does he doubt that he’s sitting in front of the fire? How does he doubt 5+7=12? Explain. Why can’t Descartes doubt that he exists? Provide Descartes’ argument for the existence of God. Why does Descartes think he’s not God? Given God, what is his argument for the existence of the material world? Aquinas Provide the argument from efficient causality. Why can’t the series of causes be infinite? Provide the argument from grades of goodness. What role does a being of superlative degree/quality play in comparisons of that degree and having the degree/quality? What is the problem with Godtalk? How does he solve that problem? Who do you think is the intended audience for arguments for the existence of God? Believers, non-believers? Explain. Answer on the following pages. Adams State University – Extended Studies© Instructor: Delilah Caldwell Page 4 of 8 Name: ________________________________ Please Print May 2015 ADAMS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENDED STUDIES PHIL 201 – INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY Exam III Multi-Part Essay 1 Adams State University – Extended Studies© Instructor: Delilah Caldwell Page 5 of 8 Name: ________________________________ Please Print May 2015 ADAMS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENDED STUDIES PHIL 201 – INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY Exam III Adams State University – Extended Studies© Instructor: Delilah Caldwell Page 6 of 8 Name: ________________________________ Please Print May 2015 ADAMS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENDED STUDIES PHIL 201 – INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY Exam III Multi-Part Essay 2 Adams State University – Extended Studies© Instructor: Delilah Caldwell Page 7 of 8 Name: ________________________________ Please Print May 2015 ADAMS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENDED STUDIES PHIL 201 – INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY Exam III Adams State University – Extended Studies© Instructor: Delilah Caldwell Page 8 of 8 Name: ________________________________ Please Print May 2015

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