PHIL 201

  • PHIL 201 Quiz 1

    PHIL 201 Quiz 1

    PHIL 201 Quiz 1 According to the reading, Abraham was an example of blind faith. The goal in doing philosophy is to start as best as one can from a completely neutral position on every issue. It is possible to be completely rational and justified...

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  • PHIL 201 Quiz 2

    PHIL 201 Quiz 2

    PHIL 201 Quiz 2 In a valid deductive argument the conclusion follows necessarily from the premises. In deductive reasoning, the argument is either valid or invalid. “Something is or is not” comes under the category of a law of logic: It...

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  • PHIL 201 Quiz 4

    PHIL 201 Quiz 4

    PHIL 201 Quiz 4 Which of the following can be classified as a priori knowledge? Hume’s fork consisted of: For Locke, which of the ideas below would be a complex idea: According to Dew and Foreman, faith is one of the sources of knowledge...

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  • PHIL 201 Quiz 6

    PHIL 201 Quiz 6

    PHIL 201 Quiz 6 Fideism claims that _______ is the precondition for any correct thinking about religion. _______ theology is where the theologian attempts to say what can be known about God or things divine, without committing to a specific religion...

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