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5 Matching questions

  1. Fatalism
  2. Emotivism
  3. Autonomy
  4. A Priori
  5. Existentialism
  1. a A 20th century philosophy that denies any essential human nature; each of us creates our own essence through free action.
  2. b The metaethical position that ethical statements primarily express surprise, shock, or some other emotion.
  3. c The view that events are fixed and that humans can do nothing to alter them.
  4. d The freedom of being able to decide for oneself by using one's own rationality.
  5. e Pertaining to knowledge that is logically prior to experience.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The belief that God is both fixed and changing, inclusive of all possibilities.
  2. The theory that everything that occurs happens in accordance with some regular pattern or law.
  3. And extreme form of subjective idealism, contending that only i exist and that everything else is a product of my subjective consciousness.
  4. The view that pleasure is intrinsically worthwhile and is the human's good.
  5. The philsophical school of thought that tries to mediate between idealism and materialism by rejecting all absolute first principle.

5 True/False questions

  1. Conceptual Relativist viewThe view that a true scientific theory is nothing more than a theory that coheres with the conceptual framework accepted by a community of scientists.


  2. Ontological ArgumentAn argument for the existence of God based on the nature of God's being.


  3. Ethical relativismAny view that denies the existence of a single universally applicable moral standard.


  4. Trancendental idealismThe view that the form of our knowledge of reality derives from reason but its content comes from our senses.


  5. PaternalismThe view that government may legitimately decide what is in the best interests of adult citizens.