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  • Q1

    This refer to theoretical or practical understanding of a subject.

    views

    wisdom

    opinion

    knowledge

    10s
  • Q2

    This rule suggests that we should treat other people as we would like to be treated. 

    Nihilism

    Cogito Ergo Sum

    Karma

    Confucianisism

    10s
  • Q3

    Expounded by the famous German thinker Friedrich Nietzsche, this worldview posits that nothing about our lives has any objective meaning.

    The Socratic method

    Confucianism

    Nihilism

    Cogito Ergo Sum

    10s
  • Q4

    “Cogito Ergo Sum” in the original Latin, the phrase, “I think, therefore I am” , which means one’s awareness of our own existence, was proof of the reality of our own mind is authored by___________.

    Rene Descartes

    Jean-Jacques Rousseau

    Aristotle

    Friedrich Nietzsche

    10s
  • Q5

    This philosopher further developed the foundational views of morality upon which a lot of modern philosophical thinking in place, where virtue ethics proposes many important ideas about morality and among them is the thought that truly good people want to do the morally right thing.

    Aristotle

    Socrates

    Plato

    10s
  • Q6

    It teaches that reason is the source of truth and the only way in which it can be found.  

    Rationalism

    Dynamism

    Idealism

    Epicureanism

    10s
  • Q7

    The maxim of this theory was the search for happiness through the pursuit of pleasure. They understood both concepts, pleasure and happiness, as the absence of pain and any kind of afflictions.

    Idealism

    Rationalism

    Nihilism

    Epicureanism

    10s
  • Q8

    It considers the world and life as perfect models of harmony.

    Idealism

    Pythagoreanism

    Epicureanism

    Dynamism

    10s
  • Q9

    This theory states that knowledge comes primarily from experience and five senses.

    Materialsm

    Empiricism

    Ethics

    Dualism

    10s
  • Q10

    This philosopher asserted that the world that appears to our senses is defective, but that there is a more perfect form of the world that is eternal and changeless.

    Plato

    Aristotle

    Socrates

    Rene Descartes

    10s
  • Q11

    This result in an exchange and resulting revision of views.

    Dialectic

    Motivation

    Argument

    Doubt

    10s
  • Q12

    It lies at the heart of an inquiry, and it is a fact that has been verified.

    Truth

    Opinions

    Beliefs

    Knowledge

    30s
  • Q13

    These comprised of statements which not only give facts but also provide conclusions or perspectives regarding certain situations.

    Opinions

    Knowledge

    Beliefs

    Truth

    30s
  • Q14

    These are usually statements that expresses convictions that are not easily and clearly explained by facts.

    Arguments

    Beliefs

    Fallacies

    Explanations

    10s
  • Q15

    These are statements that assume the claim to be true and provide reasons why the statement is true.

    Fallacies

    Explanations

    Arguments

    10s

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