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FIRST WEEKLY ASSESSMENT IN PHILOSOPHY

Quiz by Aldrin Laddran

Grade 12
Practical Research 2
Philippines Curriculum: SHS Applied Subjects (MELC)

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10 questions
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  • Q1

    It comes from Greek words that mean "love of wisdom/knowledge".

    Argument

    Philosophizing

    Fallacy

    Philosophy

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  • Q2

    Who coined the term Philosophy?

    Aristotle

    Pythagoras

    Plato

    Cyprus

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  • Q3

    It is a branch of Philosophy that deals with the study of right and wrong.

    Aesthetics

    Logic

    Ethics

    Metaphysics

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  • Q4

    It is a branch of Philosophy that deals with beyond the universe.

    Logic

    Epistemology

    Ethics

    Metaphysics

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  • Q5

    The art of questioning is simply known as.

    Logic

    Elenchus

    None of the above

    Aesthetics

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  • Q6

    Philosophizing is to think or express oneself in a philosophical manner.

    boolean://true

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  • Q7

    Knowledge are the statements about the world or reality which may or may not carry truth.

    boolean://false

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  • Q8

    Arguments are based on misleading or faulty reasoning.

    boolean://false

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  • Q9

    Biases are personal views of the person presenting it.

    boolean://true

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  • Q10

    Fallacies are series of statements that provide reasons to convince the reader or listener that a claim or opinion is truthful.

    boolean://false

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