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The History of philosophy

Опис:

2 курс фарм.ф-т(провізори, ТПКЗ)

Перелік питань:

1.

What does the Greek word “onto” mean?


A.

dialectics


B.

consciousness


C.

cognition


D.

knowledge


E. *

being


2.

What does the Greek “episteme” means?


A.

dialectics


B.

consciousness


C.

cognition


D.

being


E. *

knowledge or science


3.

What does the Greek word “logia” mean?


A.

scientist


B.

scientific


C.

research


D.

subject


E. *

science


4.

… is the study of being or existence


A.

epistemology


B.

neoplatonism


C.

metaphysics


D.

dualism


E. *

ontology


5.

… seeks to describe or posit the basic categories and relationships of being or existence to define entities and types of entities within its framework.


A.

epistemology


B.

neoplatonism


C.

metaphysics


D.

dualism


E. *

ontology


6.

… can be said to study conceptions of reality


A.

epistemology


B.

neoplatonism


C.

metaphysics


D.

dualism


E. *

ontology


7.

Any … must give an account of which words refer to entities, which do not, why, and what categories result.


A.

epistemology


B.

neoplatonism


C.

metaphysics


D.

dualism





E. *

ontology


8.

What do the philosophers of Platonic school contend?


A.

All nouns belong to collections


B.

All nouns belong to classes


C.

All nouns belong to models


D.

All nouns belong to construction


E. *

All nouns belong to entities


9.

What do the philosophers of Non-Platonic school contend?


A.

All nouns refer to collections


B.

All nouns refer to classes


C.

All nouns refer to models


D.

All nouns refer to construction


E. *

All nouns refer to collections


10.

Which ontological category refers to “a collection of mental events experienced by a person”?


A.

geometry


B.

society


C.

knowledge


D.

being


E. *

mind


11.

Which ontological category refers to “a collection of persons with some shared interactions”?


A.

mind


B.

geometry


C.

knowledge


D.

being


E. *

society


12.

Which ontological category refers to “a collection of a specific kind of intellectual activity”?


A.

mind


B.

society


C.

knowledge


D.

being


E. *

geometry


13.

What is the basic question of ontology?


A.

What is knowledge?


B.

Where does knowledge come from?


C.

Who creates knowledge?


D.

Is there UFO?


E. *

What is there?


14.

What is the one common approach in ontology?


A.

to divide the nouns into groups


B.

to divide the world into certain parts


C.

to create one world religion


D.

to find out what happiness is


E. *

to divide the extant entities into groups called "categories"


15.

The question ‘What is existence?’ refers to …


A.

epistemology


B.

neoplatonism





C.

metaphysics


D.

dualism


E. *

ontology


16.

The question “Is existence a property?” refers to …


A.

epistemology


B.

dualism


C.

neoplatonism


D.

metaphysics


E. *

ontology


17.

The question “What is a physical object??” refers to …


A.

dualism


B.

neoplatonism


C.

metaphysics


D.

epistemology


E. *

ontology


18.

The question “What is a physical object?” refers to …


A.

dualism


B.

neoplatonism


C.

metaphysics


D.

epistemology


E. *

ontology


19.

The question “What constitutes the identity of an object?” refers to …


A.

dualism


B.

neoplatonism


C.

metaphysics


D.

epistemology


E. *

ontology


20.

The question “What constitutes the identity of an object?” refers to …


A.

neoplatonism


B.

dualism


C.

metaphysics


D.

epistemology


E. *

ontology


21.

The question “Why are we here? Why does anything exist, rather than nothing?” refers to …


A.

neoplatonism


B.

dualism


C.

metaphysics


D.

epistemology


E. *

ontology


22.

What do quintessential ontological concepts include?


A.

subject and object


B.

time and space


C.

society and individual


D.

declarative sentences and propositions


E. *

universals and substance





23.

Who said: "He who possesses the highest knowledge with respect to one or another genus must be able to express the most certain principles of the relevant subject, so that he, who treats about Beings in so far as they are Beings, should be able to express the most certain principles of all things. This is the philosopher"?


A.

Plato


B.

Kant


C.

Marx


D.

Socrates


E. *

Aristotle


24.

… is anything that can be said to


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