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5 Matching questions

  1. Correspondence Theory
  2. Cosmological Argument
  3. Autonomy
  4. Agnosticism
  5. Nihilism
  1. a The claim that God's existence can be neither proved nor disproved.
  2. b The freedom of being able to decide for oneself by using one's own rationality.
  3. c The view that nothing exists, that nothing has value.
  4. d An Argument for the existence of God that claims that there must be ultimate causal explanation for why the universe as a totality exists.
  5. e A theory contending that truth is an agreement between a proposition and a fact.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The doctrine that the objects of our senses do not exist independently of our perceptions, beliefs, concepts, and language.
  2. Pertaining to knowledge that is logically prior to experience.
  3. 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.
  4. The branch of philosophy that studies the nature of reality.
  5. The view that a true scientific theory is nothing more than a theory that coheres with the conceptual framework accepted by a community of scientists.

5 True/False questions

  1. PragmatismThe doctrine that the objects of our senses exist independentaly of their being experienced.

          

  2. Divine command TheoryA Nonconsequential theory that says we should always do thee will of god.

          

  3. DeismA 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.

          

  4. EgoismA consequentialist ethical theory that contends that we act morally when we act in a way that pormotes our own best interest.

          

  5. DeterminismThe theory that everything that occurs happens in accordance with some regular pattern or law.

          

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