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E. *

Stages of meditation


322.

Symbol of the shadow or the passive, feminine principle of life. Choose the right answer.


A.

Yang


B.

Dao


C.

Deo


D.

Monism


E. *

Yin


323.

Symbol of the Sun or the active, masculine principle of life. Give right answer.


A.

Dao


B.

Yin


C.

Monism


D.

Deo


E. *

Yang


324.

Way or universal force harmonizing nature.


A.

Yang


B.

Yin


C.

Monism


D.

Deo


E. *

Dao


325.

What is the main notion of Daoism?


A.

Yang


B.

Yin


C.

Monism


D.

Deo


E. *

Dao


326.

What is a book of Ancient Indian school, which contains the expressions about philosophical understanding of the world?


A.

Brahmins


B.

Atmans


C.

Empirists





D.

Upanishads


E. *

Vedas


327.

“Four noble truths” – one of the features of...


A.

Islam


B.

Stoicism


C.

Neo-Platonism


D.

Daoism


E. *

Buddhism


328.

In Chinese philosophy two beginnings: light and dark, active and passive, male and female are ...


A.

Dao and Yang


B.

Daoism and Confucianism


C.

Yin and Dao


D.

Deo and Dao


E. *

Yang and Yin


329.

Chinese philosopher. His ideas about the importance of practical moral values formed the basis of the philosophy of Confucianism.


A.

Buddha


B.

Socrates


C.

Plato


D.

Aristotle


E. *

Confucius


330.

Siddartha Gautama. Born an Indian prince, he renounced wealth and family and after achieving enlightenment while meditating, taught all who came to learn from him.


A.

Confucius


B.

Socrates


C.

Plato


D.

Prophet Mohammad


E. *

Buddha


331.

A Chinese philosophy based on Dao, or fundamental principle underlying the universe, incorporating the principles of Yin and Yang and emphasizing humility and religious piety.


A.

Buddhism


B.

Confucianism


C.

Monism


D.

Fetishism


E. *

Daoism


332.

According to the Chinese philosophy, what are 5 elements of making the universe?


A.

Tree, fire, powder, earth, water


B.

Tree, earth, water, air, fire


C.

Earth, water, air, fire, powder


D.

There is no correct answer


E. *

Tree, fire, earth, metal, water


333.

Reincarnation is …


A.

Simply life after life


B.

Rebirth as to fulfill certain obligations yet to be performed in the previous birth


C.

Changing of one life form into another


D.

All answers are correct


E. *

Transmigration of the soul





334.

“Tartarus” …


A.

Is just a belief


B.

Has no existence


C.

Is a place where soul gets purifies


D.

There is no correct answer


E. *

Is a place of eternal damnation


335.

The first Christians appeared. When?


A.

2 – 3 c. AD


B.

4 – 5 c. AD


C.

2 – 1 c. BC


D.

3 – 4 c. AD


E. *

1 – 2 c. AD


336.

Teaching about God is …


A.

Mythology


B.

Metaphysics


C.

History


D.

Dialectics


E. *

Theology


337.

The idea of a single God is …


A.

Creationism


B.

Anthropocentrism


C.

Spirituality


D.

Faith


E. *

Theocentrism


338.

The idea about man as the center and master of the created world, the highest aim of God's creation.


A.

Creationism


B.

Theocentrism


C.

Faith


D.

Symbolism


E. *

Anthropocentrism


339.

Christian world outlook stands for the idea of creation of the world out of nothing.


A.

Theocentrism


B.

Faith


C.

Spirituality


D.

Symbolism


E. *

Creationism


340.

Christianity discovers it as a special state of human soul.


A.

Spirituality


B.

Creationism


C.

Theocentrism


D.

Anthropocentrism


E. *

Faith


341.

Who distinguished 2 types of the world cognition: revelation and natural cognition?


A.

St. Augustin


B.

Origen


C.

Justin Martyr





D.

M. Luther


E. *

Quintus Tertullianus


342.

“Cognize God through soul and soul through God”, who told this?


A.

Clement of Alexandria


B.

Origen


C.

Justin Martyr


D.

There is no correct answer


E. *

St. Augustin


343.

“Believe to understand”, who told this?


A.

Clement of Alexandria


B.

Quintus Tertullianus


C.

Origen


D.

There is no correct answer


E. *

St. Augustin


344.

The last and the highest stage of the development of the West religious philosophy of Middle Ages, which is characterized by connection of theological-dogmatic ideas and rational methodology is called ...


A.

Deism


B.

Ontology


C.

Gnoseology


D.

There is no correct answer


E. *

Scholastic


345.

Christian scholar, who translated the Bible from Hebrew into Latin (the version known as the Vulgate).


A.

St. Ambrose


B.

St. Anselm



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