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PHIL 201 quiz 4 complete solutions

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Question 1 By “Form” Plato is referring to the particular shape of an object of experience.

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Question 2 Plato was hesitant to build a theory of knowledge on the physical world because

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Question 3 Descartes believed that all men were born a tabula rasa.

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Question 4 Knowledge arrived at immediately:

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Question 5 For Locke, which of the ideas below would be a complex idea:

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Question 6 The type of knowledge epistemology is primarily concerned with:

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Question 7 The philosopher who believed we are born with innate “categories of understanding” was:

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Question 8 The basis for Descartes knowledge of the material world was:

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Question 9 In the end Kant concluded

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Question 10 Plato develops the traditional view of knowledge in one particular book of his. What is the title of that specific book by Plato? (Note: “Complete Works” is not the answer.)

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Question 11 The primary problem with Thales’ view of the earth is that he lacked justification forhis belief.

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Question 12 Gettier examples are aimed at showing that JTB is not a necessary condition of truth.

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Question 13 Gettier Problems show that:

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Question 14 As long as justification is present, one can be assured that he/she has real knowledge.

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Question 15 Even after the Gettier problem, Dew and Foreman think that JTB is still at least a necessary condition for knowledge.

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Question 16 Anti­realist Postmodern thinkers say that reality does not exist.

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Question 17 Which of the following has been the dominant theory of truth for most of history?

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Question 18 The correspondence theory of truth holds that statements are true when they correspond to the real state of affairs in the world.

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Question 19 Postmodern anti­realism argues that our perception comes to us through the subjective filters of our minds.

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Question 20 Pragmatism is epistemologically valuable for us since it helps us test truth claims.

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Question 1 According to Dew and Foreman, faith is one of the sources of knowledge.

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Question 2 According to Hume, why can we never arrive at certainty?

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Question 3 Hume’s fork consisted of:

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Question 4 Epicureans held to empiricism because:

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Question 5 Knowledge arrived at immediately:

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Question6 An argument used by Descartes to prove Gods existence:

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Question 7 Locke divided knowledge into matters of fact and relations of ideas.

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Question 8 The elements of a proposition include:

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Question 9 Scientific anti­realism is the view that science does not claim objects like electrons actually exist. They are just a fictional construct to explain how things work. This view fits best with which truth theory:

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Question 10 Plato develops the traditional view of knowledge in one particular book of his. What is the title of that specific book by Plato? (Note: “Complete Works” is not the answer.)

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Question 11 A sufficient condition is:

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Question 12 In response to the Gettier Problem, Keith Lerher and Thomas Paxson revise JTB as:

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Question 13 We should study epistemology so that we can find confidence on the biggest questions of life.

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Question 14 Epistemology might is best described as “the study of Knowledge.”

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Question 15 Gettier Problems show that:

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Question 16 Which of the following is NOT a problem with Pragmatism:

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Question 17 The correspondence theory of truth is thought by some philosophers to be a pre­theoretic intuition that we philosophize with, not to.

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Question 18 According to Dew and Foreman, if something exists, then something must be true of about the things that exists.

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Question 19 Postmodern anti­realism argues that our perception comes to us through the subjective filters of our minds.

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Question 20 Tests for truth are meant to define the nature of truth itself.

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Question 1 Which of the following can be classified as a priori knowledge?

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Question 2 Which of the following is NOT one of the five sources of knowledge listed in Dew & Foreman:

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Question 3 The Aristotelian approach that Bacon critiqued was deduction.

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Question 4 According to Dew and Foreman, faith is one of the sources of knowledge.

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Question 5 According to Plato, how do we gain genuine knowledge?

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Question 6 In the end Kant concluded

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Question 7 The philosopher who believed we are born with innate “categories of understanding” was:

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Question 8 By “noumena” Kant is referring to

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Question 9 According to Plato, the process by which we know things in the world is called:

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Question 10 Plato develops the traditional view of knowledge in one particular book of his. What is the title of that specific book by Plato? (Note: “Complete Works” is not the answer.)

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Question 11 Gettier examples are aimed at showing that JTB is not a necessary condition of truth.

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Question 12 A sufficient condition is:

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Question 13 As long as justification is present, one can be assured that he/she has real knowledge.

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Question 14 The study of epistemology has had positive impact of which of the following?

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Question 15 Even after the Gettier problem, Dew and Foreman think that JTB is still at least a necessary condition for knowledge.

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Question 16 Pragmatism is epistemologically valuable for us since it helps us test truth claims.

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Question 17 Tests for truth are meant to define the nature of truth itself.

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Question 18 Which of the following is not one of the reasons Dew and Foreman give to showthat truth really does exist.

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Question 19 The correspondence theory of truth is thought by some philosophers to be a pre­theoretic intuition that we philosophize with, not to.

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Question 20 Anti­realist Postmodern thinkers say that reality does not exist.

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Question 1 By “Form” Plato is referring to the particular shape of an object of experience.

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Question 2 Plato was hesitant to build a theory of knowledge on the physical world because

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Question 3 Descartes believed that all men were born a tabula rasa.

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Question 4 Knowledge arrived at immediately:

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Question 5 For Locke, which of the ideas below would be a complex idea:

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Question 6 The type of knowledge epistemology is primarily concerned with:

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Question 7 The philosopher who believed we are born with innate “categories of understanding” was:

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Question 8 The basis for Descartes knowledge of the material world was:

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Question 9 In the end Kant concluded

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Question 10 Plato develops the traditional view of knowledge in one particular book of his. What is the title of that specific book by Plato? (Note: “Complete Works” is not the answer.)

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Question 11 The primary problem with Thales’ view of the earth is that he lacked justification for his belief.

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Question 12 Gettier examples are aimed at showing that JTB is not a necessary condition of truth.

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Question 13 Gettier Problems show that:

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Question 14 As long as justification is present, one can be assured that he/she has real knowledge.

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Question 15 Even after the Gettier problem, Dew and Foreman think that JTB is still at least a necessary condition for knowledge.

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Question 16 Anti­realist Postmodern thinkers say that reality does not exist.

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Question 17 Which of the following has been the dominant theory of truth for most of history?

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Question 18 The correspondence theory of truth holds that statements are true when they correspond to the real state of affairs in the world.

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Question 19 Postmodern anti­realism argues that our perception comes to us through the subjective filters of our minds.

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Question 20 Pragmatism is epistemologically valuable for us since it helps us test truth claims.

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Question 1 Plato’s forms exist apart from the physical objects that they represent in the world experienced by our senses.

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Question 2 Which of the following represents the key difference in thought from Descartes to Bacon?

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Question 3 For Hume, which of the following would be a matter of fact:

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Question 4 For Plato, the realm where things are constantly in a flux and changing is:

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Question 5 According to Hume, why can we never arrive at certainty?

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Question 6 “To affirm that something as true in a propositional form” is the definition of

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Question 7 The elements of a proposition include:

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Question 8 The type of knowledge epistemology is primarily concerned with:

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Question 9 Rationalism holds that all knowledge is arrived at through the reason and rejects any use of the senses at all.

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Question 10 Plato develops the traditional view of knowledge in one particular book of his. What is the title of that specific book by Plato? (Note: “Complete Works” is not the answer.)

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Question 11 Knowledge has traditionally been defined as Justified, true, opinion.

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Question 12 Even after the Gettier problem, Dew and Foreman think that JTB is still at least a necessary condition for knowledge.

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Question 13 The problem with “True Opinion” is that:

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Question 14 In order to count as knowledge, there must be some form of justification for the claim.

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Question 15 Dew and Foreman claim that one minor concern with JTB is that the line between justification and truth seems a bit vague.

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Question 16 Pragmatist theories of truth focus mostly how well a set of belief “work” for a particular person.

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Question 17 Which of the following has been the dominant theory of truth for most of history?

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Question 18 Tests for truth are meant to define the nature of truth itself.

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Question 19 Coherentism uses which metaphor to illustrate how our beliefs relate to each other?

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Question 20 Definitions of truth tell us the best ways to identify truth.

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