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Philosophy Lesson Plans Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Who created logic and reasoning as a field of study?

Question 2 2. In order to argue a philosophical idea, one might use logic. What does logic mean?

Question 3 3. While inductive reasoning allows us to make decisions somewhat quickly, the outcome is _____

Question 4 4. Aesthetics started to become its own area of philosophy _____ .

Question 5 5. Which of the following is an example of denying the consequent?

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Question 6 6. The branch of ethics that deals with how we make ethical decisions, but not if they are right or wrong, is known as _____.

Question 7 7. Which logical fallacy is seen if a syllogism has more than three terms?

Question 8 8. Philosophy has affected many other subjects, such as _____

Question 9 9. _____ reasoning is essentially the polar opposite of inductive reasoning.

Question 10 10. Islamic and Indian cultures, as well as the medieval Christian period of Western history share _____ .

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Question 11 11. Which of the following statements regarding deductive reasoning is false?

Question 12 12. This branch of ethics deals with how ethical decisions or positions unfold in the real world.

Question 13 13. What are the three basic types of syllogisms?

Question 14 14. Philosophy means the 'love of wisdom'. What might a philosopher study?

Question 15 15. What term do cognitive psychologists use to describe the process of evaluating thoughts and concepts to make judgments and decisions?

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Question 16 16. Throughout the history of aesthetics _____ .

Question 17 17. Which of the following is an example of a syllogism?

Question 18 18. The perspective that there are no objective moral or ethical principles and that ethical beliefs are shaped by an individual's attitude is known as _____.

Question 19 19. What are the three types of terms a syllogism must have?

Question 20 20. Aristotle came up with a way of thinking called 'deduction.' What does that mean?

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Question 21 21. A word that is oftentimes synonymous with inductive reasoning is?

Question 22 22. Aesthetics is an area of philosophy _____.

Question 23 23. Which of the following statements is not true regarding conditional reasoning?

Question 24 24. Mark is completing a research project that examines why people feel one way or the other about stem-cell research. He wants to understand how people make decisions about whether they think stem-cell research is good or bad. What branch of ethics is concerned with a scenario like this?

Question 25 25. Which of the following is the best definition of a syllogism?

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Question 26 26. Philosophy is different from the scientific method because _____

Question 27 27. After observing three red cars being stopped by the highway patrol on our way to work this morning, inductive reasoning might lead us to think that _____

Question 28 28. Classical Greek philosophers like Aristotle and Plato _____ .

Question 29 29. Which of the following examples is not correct?

Question 30 30. Jake believes that there are ethical positions that determine whether something is wrong or right and these issues are objective and exist outside of us. This is known as _____.

Philosophy Lesson Plans Chapter Exam Instructions

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