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Moral Law Theories of Epictetus, Kant & Locke

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What were the two basic beliefs of the stoics?

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1. Which of these is not a part of eudaimonia, or happiness, according to Epictetus?

2. Which philosopher is most associated with empiricism, the belief that all knowledge is based in personal experience?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You can use this assessment to complement your understanding of the topic of Epictetus, Kant and Locke's moral law theories that you went over in the corresponding lesson. The assessment questions will test you on some key points related to the topic, such as the specific views of each philosopher and the philosophical traditions with which they are associated.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet will test you on:

  • The beliefs of the stoics
  • Epictetus's views on happiness
  • The philosopher associated with empiricism
  • Locke's views on the discovery of moral laws
  • Kant's views on moral imperatives

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - recall some of the lesson's main points on the specific views on moral law put forth by Epictetus, Kant and Locke
  • Reading comprehension - check to ensure that you understand the specific moral philosophies of each of these three philosophers and the philosophical traditions to which they belonged
  • Knowledge application - apply your knowledge of the topic to identify viewpoints of the stoics

Additional Learning

For more information on this subject, you can go over the corresponding lesson called Moral Law Theories of Epictetus, Kant & Locke. This lesson covers the following topics:

  • What is moral law?
  • The views of Epictetus
  • The views of John Locke
  • The views of Immanuel Kant
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