Basics of Philosophy Online Test

What is Philosophy?
The study of human societies and human behavior.
The study of the past in according to writtten records of human beings over time.
The study of general and fundamental problems concerning matters such as existance, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language.
The study of human cultures through the recovery, documentation, and analysis of environmental data.
The study of life and living organisms.
The study of God and religious matters.
What is the definition of a philosopher?
'Lovers of wisdom'
'Lovers of knowledge'
'Lovers of thought'
'Lovers of peace'
'Lovers of reason'
'Lovers of truth'
What is another term used for a philosopher?
philosophe.
philosophere.
philosoph.
philosophical.
philosophey.
phil.
What are the major branches of Philosophy?
Ancient, Medieval, Modern, and Contemporary.
Aesthetics, Epistemology, Ethics, Logic, Metaphysics, Social, and Political.
Analytic, Continental, Eastern, Islamic, Marxism, Platonism, and Scholasticism.
Eras, Traditions, Philosophers, and Literature.
Realism, Nominalism, Rationalism, Empiricism, Skepticism, Idealism, Pragmatism, Phenomology, Existentialism, Structuralism, and Post-Structuralism.
Morals, Human Nature, Consequentialism, and Deontology.
How many branches are in Philosophy?
4.
7.
8.
12.
5.
6.
What is Aesthetics?
The branch that is concerned with the nature and scope according to the limitations of knowledge.
The art and science of reasoning.
The study of questions about the city, government, politics, liberty, justice, property, rights, and law.
The study of questions about social behavior.
Investigating the principles of reality.
The study of sensory or sensori-emotional values, sometimes called judgements of sentiment and taste.
What is Logic?
The art and science of reasoning.
The study of sensory or sensori-emotional values, sometimes called judgements of sentiment and taste.
The branch which seeks to address questions about morality.
Investigating the principles of reality.
The study of questions about the city, government, politics, liberty, justice, property, rights, and law.
The branch that is concerned with the nature and scope according to the limitations of knowledge.
What is Metaphysics?
The study of sensory or sensori-emotional values, sometimes called judgements of sentiment and taste.
Investigating the principles of reality.
The study of questions about social behavior.
The branch that is concerned with the nature and scope according to the limitations of knowledge.
The branch which seeks to address questions about morality.
The art and science of reasoning.
What is Ethics?
The study of questions about the city, government, politics, liberty, justice, property, rights, and law.
The study of questions about social behavior.
The art and science of reasoning.
The study of sensory or sensori-emotional values, sometimes called judgements of sentiment and taste.
The branch which seeks to address questions about morality.
Investigating the principles of reality.
What is Political Philosophy?
The study of questions about social behavior.
The branch which seeks to address questions about morality.
The study of questions about the city, government, politics, liberty, justice, property, rights, and law.
The branch that is concerned with the nature and scope according to the limitations of knowledge.
Investigating the principles of reality.
The art and science of reasoning.
What is Social Philosophy?
The study of questions about the city, government, politics, liberty, justice, property, rights, and law.
Investigating the principles of reality.
The study of sensory or sensori-emotional values, sometimes called judgements of sentiment and taste.
The study of questions about social behavior.
The art and science of reasoning.
The branch which seeks to address questions about morality.
What is Epistemology?
The branch that is concerned with the nature and scope according to the limitations of knowledge.
Investigating the principles of reality.
The study of sensory or sensori-emotional values, sometimes called judgements of sentiment and taste.
The study of questions about the city, government, politics, liberty, justice, property, rights, and law.
The branch which seeks to address questions about morality.
The art and science of reasoning.
The Eras of Philosophy are Ancient, Medieval, Modern, and Contemporary.
True.
False.
The Traditions of Philosophy are Analytic, Continental, Eastern, Western, Islamic, Marxism, Platonism, and Scholasticism.
True.
False.
The different types of philosophers include Aestheticians, Epistemologists, Ethicists, Metaphysicians, Logicians, Social, and Political.
True.
False.
Which of the following is a philosopher from Ancient Greece?
Voltaire.
Aristotle.
Karl Marx.
Albert Einstein.
John Locke.
Terence McKenna.
Which of the following is a philosopher from the Enlightenment?
René Descartes.
Albert Einstein.
Plato.
Aristotle.
Apollonius of Tyana.
Sir Isaac Newton.
In the 1st-century, a philosopher's life was compared to that of Jesus of Nazareth as another Messiah. Who was he?
Terence McKenna.
Voltaire.
Plato.
Apollonius of Tyana.
Thales.
Pythagoras.
Which philosopher studied the 2012 doomsday predictions made by the Mayan calendar?
Albert Einstein.
Thomas Hobbes.
Plato.
René Descartes.
Karl Marx.
Terence McKenna.
Which philosopher wrote letters to the French government concerning civil liberties and the freedom of religion and free trade?
Aristotle.
René Descartes.
John Locke.
Thales.
Thomas Hobbes.
Voltaire.
Who wrote the philosophical novel, 'Leviathan' in which worked for a more legitamite government for France?
John Locke.
Thomas Hobbes.
Thales.
Albert Einstein.
Plato.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
Which Ancient Greek philosopher is credited as one of the founders of Western Philosophy?
Socrates.
Plato.
Aristotle.
Apollonius of Tyana.
Cicero.
Thales.
What is Western Philosophy?
Philosophies of Asia.
Philosophies of the Middle East.
Philosophies of Greece.
Philosophies of the United States.
Philosophies of Australia.
Philosophies of Africa.
Which philosopher of the Enlightenment was most likely to say, 'I think, therefore I am....'?
John Locke.
Thomas Hobbes.
Voltaire.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
Montesquieu.
René Descartes.
It's very possible that when somebody dies, another person in the world is dying at the same exact time.
True.
False.
You can immediately know when somebody is lying to you.
True.
False.
Beauty is never ugly.
True.
False.
Socratic questioning is disciplined questioning that can be used to pursue thought in many directions and for many purposes, invented by Plato.
True.
False.
Through a metaphysical perspective, if you saw a person get hit by a car, then did that person really get hit by that car?
Yes.
Maybe.
No.
Truth is what?
The only thing we have anymore.
Beauty.
Proof.
Brutal.
Nonsense.
The answer to all of life's mysterious metaphysical questions.



















































































































































































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What is Philosophy and how we can use Philosophy in our everyday lives.

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The last few questions were pretty silly. Those were the only few I 'missed'.

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Paul Kanu

according to Sartre, because there is no God -

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