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Paper II
Note : This paper contains fifty (50) objective type questions, each question carrying two
(2) marks. Attempt all the questions.

1. &RUUHFWQXPEHURI6DPKLWVLV 6. Which one is not a state of 6DPdhi ?

(A) One (A) (NJUD
(B) Two
(B) Savitarka
(C) Three
(D) Four (C) 6DYLFUD
2. According to the Jainas truth is
(A) Absolute 7. Who holds that the SDULPna .
(B) Relative (dimension) of the body is the
(C) Both Absolute and Relative . of the WP ?
(D) None of the above

3. The Priest belonging to 6PDYHGD is (B) Jaina

known as (C) 9DLHs. ika
(A) 8GJWK (D) None of the above
(B) +RW

(D) None of the above 8. According to Madhva j iva and
Brahman are
4. DEGD is SUDPna
. but not an (A) Different
independent SUDPna
. according to (B) Non-different

(A) CUYND (C) Both different and non-

(B) 9DLHs. ika

(C) Baudha (D) None of the above

(D) None of the above
9. 7KH9DLHs. ikas hold that the SDULPna
5. Choose the correct combination. of the trasarenu
. is due to
(A) 6PQ\DODNs. ana, ~
. jnQDODNs. ana,
. (A) The SDULPna
. of the
kevala SDUDPnus
(B) 6PQ\DODNs. ana,
. kevala,
(B) . of the
VPQ\DODNs. ana,
(C) SORN\D .
yogaja (C) The number of its constituent
(D) 6PQ\DODNs. ana, ~ dryanXNV
. jnQDODNs. ana,
yogaja (D) The number of the SDUDPnus

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z it 
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1. hopo" 6. iooh"
(A) mo (A) moq
(B) (B) o
(C) (C) t
(D) t
2. vohn"
(A) c
7. p    oo   o
(B) c
(C) chc
(A) to
(D) jnoig
(B) v
3. oonov" (C) o
(A) jq (D) jnoig
(C) 8.  o h v h  o t n
(D) jnoig "
4. p   o  o ~
~" (B) h
(A) to (C) h
(B) o (D) jnoig
(D) jnoig 9. o o    o ~ o
5. ttotovmg
(A) ~ho~
(A) c~wc~o
(B) c~oh (B) ~oo~
(C) nc~qv (C) ~oorzoop
(D) c~wc~qv (D) ~hop
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10. Choose the correct combination. 13. To Vivekananda 0\ is
(A) ND Eka, Nitya, Vibhu (A) A power of Brahman
(B) WPD Eka, Nitya, Murta (B) A form of evil
(C) .OD Eka, Nitya, Mahat (C) A statement of fact
(D) 6PQ\D Aneka, Nitya, Vibhu (D) A state of consciousness

11. Consider the List-I and List-II and

14. Brahmacarya is the means to meet
choose the code correctly matched.
(A) Devar. na
List I List II

(a) ND 5SD

(B) Pitr. r. na

(b) Ks. iti (ii) DEGD (C) R. si

. r. na

(c) Teja (iii) Ga dha

(D) None of the above
(d) Marut (iv) 6SDUD

Codes :
15. Who does hold that even perception
(a) (b) (c) (d) is not a valid source of knowledge ?

(A) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (A) KanGD


(B) (ii) (iii) (i) (iv) (B) JayUL%KDt.ta

(C) (i) (iii) (ii) (iv) (C) Di QJD
(D) (iii) (ii) (iv) (i)
(D) MahY ira

12. Find the correct sequence :

16. Whose birthday is celebrated as
. World Philosophers Day ?
(A) Prak ti, mahat, ahamNUD
(A) Thales
(B) Mahat, ahamNUD, prak ti
(B) Pythagoras
(C) Prak ti, aha kara, mahat
(C) Socrates
(D) AhamNUD, prak ti, mahat (D) Plato

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10. ttotovm 13. oom
(A) homo (A) on
(B) hmo (B) homo
(C) omo (C) oo
(D) ho
(D) tomoh

11. t I ht II o oxm

14. t p  o n  o
h  oz   p~| o t
(A) l~
t I t II
(B) l~
(a) ho (i)
(C) ll~
(b) c (ii)
(D) jnoig
(c) v (iii) q
(d) (iv) 15. p    oo   o
o z :
(A) o~
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(B) v
(A) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
(C) qq
(B) (ii) (iii) (i) (iv)
(C) (i) (iii) (ii) (iv)

(D) (iii) (ii) (iv) (i)

16. p  oovo 
12. ootovm
(A) v
(A) oho
(B) hoo (B) iq

(C) oho (C) o

(D) hoo (D) z
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17. Who declared, whenever the 21. Who is the exponent of Ontological
shadow of a man is equal to his argument ?
height, the height of a pyramid is
(A) St. Augustine
equal to its shadow ?
(B) St. Anselm
(A) Thales
(B) Pythagoras (C) St. Thomas Aquinas

(C) Socrates (D) St. Theresa

(D) Plato
22. Summa Theologica was written by
(A) St. Paul
18. The Sophists did not propose
(B) St. Augustine
(A) Proper study of mankind is
man. (C) St. Anselm
(D) St. Thomas Aquinas
(B) Morality is mere convention.
(C) Man is the measure of all
things. 23. Who was the Philosopher invited by
the Queen of Sweden ?
(D) Knowledge is virtue.
(A) Descartes
(B) Spinoza
19. The Socratic Irony means (C) Leibniz
(A) Evolving truth through (D) Locke
(B) Acting as that one knew less. 24. Arrange the following theories in
(C) Lecturing on the street corners. order in which they appeared :
I. Theory of Ideas
(D) Ready to face death for the
sake of truth. II. Theory of Innate Ideas
III. Theory of Four Causes
IV. Theory of Verification
20. Plato proposed
Codes :
(A) Idealistic Philosophy
(A) I, II, III, IV
(B) Materialistic Philosophy (B) II, I, IV, III
(C) Dualism (C) I, III, II, IV
(D) Monism (D) IV, II, III, I

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17. voooui joo 21. o o o  o o
o   v   | o kti "
jo tu o    g (A) hqi
ooo" (B) m
(A) v (C) mn
(B) iq (D) 
(C) o
(D) z 22. voopoo"
18. p  z o  (B) hqi
 (C) m
(A) vojth (D) mn
(B) og 23. | o   o o o
(C) hog hoq"
(D) wq~g (A) o
(B) v
19. o o qp h   n (C) iv
h" (D) o
(A)  o    o oz
og 24. p o oz oqo
(B) m  o v o j o m j o  p v o  jo
wg h
(C) no|~g I. o
(D) om oo o II. vvo
mg III. to~o
IV. o
20. zo o z  
(A) o (A) I, II, III, IV
(B) v|o (B) II, I, IV, III
(C) (C) I, III, II, IV
(D) mo (D) IV, II, III, I

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25. According to Descartes, to attain 29. Who propounded the theory of
certainity, false opinions and Language Game ?
traditional views are to be replaced
(A) Whitehead
(A) Scholarly opinion (B) G.E. Moore
(B) Faculty of reason (C) Wittgenstein
(C) Sense perception
(D) A.J. Ayer
(D) Scriptures

30. Concept of Category mistake is

26. Which is the independent monad advocated by
according to Leibniz ?
(A) William James
(A) Soul
(B) Heidegger
(B) Universe
(C) Gilbert Ryle
(C) Space
(D) G.E. Moore
(D) Time

31. The principle of Either/or is

27. All knowledge, according to Locke,
accepted by
comes through two avenues ?
(A) Logical positivism
(A) Reason and Ideas
(B) Existentialism
(B) Sensation and Reflection
(C) Idealism
(C) Ideas and Experience
(D) Empiricism
(D) Experience and Reason

28. Hegels Philosophy is known as
(A) KanGD
(A) Subjective Idealism

(B) Objective Idealism (B)

(C) Absolute Idealism (C) Kapila

(D) Continental Rationalism (D) Gautama

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25. o o h to o m 29. i p o  o o o
 zo~  o t o "
(A) iz|
(A) ~zo~
(B) vi
(B) o
(C) zqzi
(C) ic
(D) mvh

26. iv o h  t~ 30. oz o  o o o

po" "
(A) h (A) v
(B) (B) i|q
(C) ho (C) qzi
(D) o (D) vi

27. o o h  w o  
31. ooo"
(A) oh (A) oo

(B) h (B) h

(C) hh (C)
(D) hho (D) h

28. qoo p  no 32. ooo"

(A) o~
(A) n{
(B) o
(B) {
(C) o
(C) c
(D)  (D) q
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33. Which of the following pairs is 37. Education is the manifestation of
DFFHSWDEOHWRWKH&UYka ? the perfection already in man is the
view of
(A) Air and Water
(A) Radhakrishnan
(B) Fire and Ether
(B) Vivekananda
(C) Perception and Inference
(C) Aurobindo
(D) Testimony and Inference
(D) Rabindranath Tagore

34. Smkhya theory of causation is
38. Who has given the concept of
known as Integral Yoga ?
(A) Brahma-3DULQPYGD
(A) Vivekananda
(B) Prakriti-3DULQPYGD
(B) Aurobindo
(C) Gandhiji
(D) None of the above
(D) Radhakrishnan

35. The first evolute in the process of

. 39. Gandhi means by Sarvodaya

(A) Mahat (A) Uplift of some

(B) Aha NUD (B) Uplift of majority

(C) PanFKDWDQPWUD (C) Uplift of all
(D) Ten senses (D) None of these

36. The concept of $SUYD is

40. Who among the following is an Ionic
propounded by
Philosopher ?
(A) 6mkhya
(A) Heraclitus
(B) MimQV (B) Zeno
(C) Ny\D (C) Thales
(D) VedQWD
(D) Anaxagoras

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33. pq   oqto 37. c~ohn
ooq" gooo"
(A) hv (A) o~
(B) hqhho (B) o
(C) chh (C) h
(D) ~hh (D) zq

34. poo~oo
38. qqoh~oo"
(A) o
(A) ~
(B) o~ (B) h

(C)  (C) qv
(D) jnoig (D) o~

35. p o h o o o 39. qvohn"

(A) ouoj
(B) pooj
(B) ho
(C) oj
(C) t
(D) jnoig
(D) i

36. h o h~ o  o 40. p   o hi o

o" "
(A) p (A) nz
(B) (B) v
(C) (C) v
(D) (D) mqvq
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41. Assertion (A) : According to 43. Assertion (A) : Advaita accepts the
Descartes God is an eternal standard of DEGKLWDWYD.
Reason (R) : Advaita accepts the
Reason (R) : According to ontological reality of the
Descartes everything in nature world.
has a mind or soul.
(A) Both (A) and (R) are false.
(A) Both (A) and (R) are
individually true and (R) is the (B) Both (A) and (R) are true.
correct explanation of (A).
(C) (A) is true, but (R) is false.
(B) Both (A) and (R) are
individually true and (R) is (D) (A) is false, but (R) is true.
not the correct explanation
of (A).
44. The thinker who called for the
(C) (A) is true, but (R) is false.
revaluation of all values is
(D) (A) is false, but (R) is true.
(A) Nietzsche

(B) Heidegger
42. Assertion (A) : The category of soul
(C) Kant
(j iva) is divided into five in
Jainism. (D) Sartre

Reason (R) : Soul is an extended

45. Care (Sorge) is the key concept in
(A) (A) is correct, but (R) is
wrong. (A) J.P. Sartre

(B) (A) is false, but (R) is true. (B) Nietzsche

(C) Both (A) and (R) are correct. (C) Heidegger

(D) Both (A) and (R) are wrong. (D) Albert Camus

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ho 43. o $   hho ~|
g g

o 5
 5  o o h o o 5
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o o     t oooog

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(A) $ h 5  hqhq (B) $ h 5 g

   h $  o 5  (C) $  5 qg
(D) $ q 5 g
(B) $ h 5  hqhq
    $  o 5  44. oooho
zo~g too"

(C) $  5 qg (A)

(D) $ q 5 g (B) i|q

(C) oz

42. o $   v  vooz o

ho (D)
45.  o h v  o to
 5  vmo~g
o 5
(A) $  5 qg
(A) v
(B) $ q 5 g (B)

(C) $ h 5 g (C) i|q

(D) $ h 5 qg (D) mzo

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Read the following passage and 47. Radical Empiricism holds that
answer the questions from 46 to 50 : everything of the world is composed
The thesis of James Radical
Empiricism is that There is only (A) pure experience
one primal stuff or material in the (B) mixed experience
world, a stuff of which everything is
composed, and we call that stuff (C) ordinary experience
pure experience. James (D) imagination
Empiricism differs from traditional
British Empiricism in his insistence
that we remain within concrete 48. Radical Empiricism differs from
experience, his insistence that
British Empiricism in
conjunctive and disjunctive
relations are, when experienced, (A) Preference for concrete
equally real. The world of facts as experience.
we experience them comprises a
(B) Conjunctive and disjunctive
mosaic or set of mosaics and some
of these directly experienced relations are equally real.
mosaics of plural facts appear to be (C) Both the above are true.
connected, while others are
experienced as disjunctives. The (D) Both of them are false.
unity of the universe as a neat set of
interconnected relations in an
Absolute is false, said James, 49. The world of facts are
because direct experience informs us (A) mosaic
of a discontinuity of facts in a
(B) sets of mosaic
mosaic design. Thus Radical
Empiricism claims that data in our (C) connected and disjunctive
experience show the universe to be
(D) All the three are true
pluralistic, comprised of facts which
form neither a perfect unity nor any
absolutely perfect relationship to one
50. Which one of the following is not
another. James termed this
Metaphysical Pluralism a mosaic correct for James ?
philosophy. (A) The unity of the universe is
46. For James the primary stuff is (B) The universe is pluralistic.
(A) ordinary experience (C) Experience informs
(B) pure experience discontinuity.
(C) mixed experience (D) The universe is a neat set of
(D) imagination inter-connected relations.

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ojv mp
vojoh o (A) h
 o  mohq
v h o ~  (B) h
hjo  ho  g (C) h
v o h o z (D) o
48. jo h z h
   o o  o qo
m qo  v h  ph
jo o  g o (A) {homog
vq o v  h o   j (B) qo h qo
ho ottooho og
h   ottoo
vhvohoqo (C) jng
 h   g v  o  o mo (D) jnhg
tt o h
otto omo 49. ovqop
o    no c h
(A) tto
o tto oo   o
h o   t o  g i (B) ttoooo
o  jo h  o (C) h
o  h o q  o 
(D) jng
o   v o   o ~
mo o h   o  o
ho~o o o 50. v o h p   o
 g v  i    o "
tog (A) omoog
46. vohop (B) og
(A) h (C) hog
(B) h
(D)  h  o mo
(C) h
(D) o

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