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Self-apprehension and comprehension are useful to put order in our universal concepts by ways of

classification and to assign the proper nature of things when we try to understand and define them.
False

Which among the statements is a particular affirmative?

Some tragedies are natural events.

This discusses the conceptual patterns or structures needed for a valid and correct argument or

inference. It deals with the correct patterns of argumentation.

Formal Logic

It is the process by which the intellect strips the object of its nonessential qualities, retains the essential
ones, and forms them into one image, which is the idea.

Abstraction

All are categorical or attributive proposition EXCEPT:

Either we will win or lose.

Which among the statements is a particular negative?

Some warriors are not winners.

Which among the statements is a universal affirmative?

All things are not permanent.

It expresses only ONE meaning or sense when applied to several objects.

Univocal

As the comprehension of the idea increases, the extension decreases and vice versa.

True

Motion of the substance, commonly inducing a result in another thing. e.g. running, sawing,baking.

Action

Philosophy is a review of what is right and what is wrong and aims to determine the right from
the wrong and the wrong from reasoning.

False

A question is philosophical when it is reflexive.


True

This discusses the conceptual patterns or structures needed for a valid and correct argument or

inference. It deals with the correct patterns of argumentation.

Formal Logic

Which among the statements is a particular affirmative?

Some tragedies are natural events.

Which is not a proposition among the following statements?

Tell the manager of the incident.

Which is NOT an example of affirmative judgment?

A squash is not an eggplant.

For Greeks, their Philosophy is cosmo-centric; “from where does everything come?”

True

All are categorical or attributive proposition EXCEPT:

Either we will win or lose.

Philosophy is to be studied, not for the sake of any definite answers to its questions since no definite
answers can be, as a rule, known to be true, but rather for the sake of the questions themselves.

True

Modification of substance with regards to the effect of having extended and measurable parts.

Quantity

Philosophy is the science by which the natural light of reason studies the first causes or
highest principles of all things.

True

It is the external manifestation or sign of an idea. It is a written or spoken word.

Term

From the Greek word philosophia, Philosophy means:

Love of wisdom
Which among the statements is a universal negative?

All of these people do not belong here.

Which among the propositions is conjunctive?

A person cannot be both a friend and enemy at the same time.

Which among the statements is a particular negative?

Some warriors are not winners.

The study of the nature of the universe or the cosmos.

Cosmology

The study of science and art of correct inferential reasoning.

Philosophy

It is a pronouncement that is considered as the mental product of the act of judgment.

Enunciation

Motion of the substance, commonly inducing a result in another thing. e.g. running, sawing,baking.

Action

The study of the fundamental nature of existence as such, and the fundamental questions of reality,
both of man and of the world.

Ontology

It is the beginning of knowledge. It is when we have an understanding or an idea of things that we can
say we know.

Apprehension

It is the act by which the intellect relates or combines ideas or concepts.

Judgment

Self apprehension and comprehension are useful to put order in our universal concepts by ways of
classification and to assign the proper nature of things when we try to understand and define them.

False

For Indians, their philosophy is Egocentric; “What am I doing here?”

False
It is a term that expresses a meaning that is partly different and partly the same, or meanings that are
related.

Analogous

Which among the statements is a universal affirmative?

Giraffes are all animals.

Two basic elements of syllogism.

Matter and form

In this kind of syllogism, the terms are not identified as major, minor or middle.

Hypothetical syllogism

This law states that whatever is affirmed universally, in a formal manner, of a logical whole or class,
should also be affirmed of its logical parts.

Dictum de Omni

This law states that whatever is denied universally, in a formal manner, of a logical whole or class,
should also be denied of its logical parts.

Dictum de Nullo

One form of deductive argument which is a set of three propositions, the first two being the premises
and the last is the conclusion. The conclusion must always follow and must be derived from the
premises.

Syllogism

In categorical syllogism, what is the pattern that stands for major term?

It is a process of reasoning which proceeds from specific or particular instances to the formulation of
general or universal principles or statements.

Inductive Argument

If each of two concepts agrees respectively with the same third concept, then they also agree
with each other. If A agrees with B, and B agrees with C, then A agrees with C.

True
If one concept agrees with a third term and the other disagrees with the same third term, then they
disagree with each other. If A agrees with B, but C does not agree with A, then B and C do not agree
with each other.

True

No term may have a greater extension in the conclusion than in the premises. This applies to the two
terms in the conclusion namely the major and the minor terms. If a term is used as a particular in the
premise, it must remain particular in the conclusion, otherwise, the same term would have a wider
extension in the conclusion and that may not be the same term used in the premise.

True

According to Freud, which part of the mind is dominated by the pleasure principle?

Id

The aim of psychoanalysis therapy is to release repressed emotions and experiences, i.e. make the
unconscious conscious.