5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Design Argument
- a The doctrine that the objects of our senses do not exist independently of our perceptions, beliefs, concepts, and language.
- b A widespread belief in the 17th and 18th centuries in a God who, having created the universe, remains apart from it and administeres it through natural law.
- c The metaethical position that ethical statements primarily express surprise, shock, or some other emotion.
- d An argument for the existence of God that claims the order and purpose manifest in the working of things in the universe require a God.
- e The view that pleasure is intrinsically worthwhile and is the human's good.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- An argument for the existence of God based on the nature of God's being.
- The position that knowledge has its origins in and derives all of its content from experience.
- An Argument for the existence of God that claims that there must be ultimate causal explanation for why the universe as a totality exists.
- The Philosophical school of thought that emphasizes the analysis of language and meaning.
- The banch of philosophy that investigates the nature, source, limitations, and validity of knowledge.
5 True/False Questions
Free Will → The denial that human acts are completely determined.
Metaephysics → The study of the meanings of ethical words and of the sentences in which they appear.
Trancendental idealism → The doctrine that the objects of our senses do not exist independently of our perceptions, beliefs, concepts, and language.
Idealism → The doctrine that the objects of our senses exist independentaly of their being experienced.
Pragmatism → The belief that everything is God.