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Subject: Introduction to Philosophy Ms. Cindy Fulvadora-Juntong

Examination: 2nd Quarterly Examination Teacher

Test I. True or False

Directions: Write TRUE if the statement is correct and FALSE if incorrect. Answer in the answer sheet.

_____1. There is a human faculty called “reason”.

_____2. Human actions, according to Freud, are free.

_____3. The soul is the aspect of our being that is not material.

_____4. Plato believes that the soul exists prior to the body and even after the body is long gone.

_____5. The unconscious level pertains to fears, motives, sexual desires and wishes that a person is not
currently aware of.

Test II. Complete the statement and write your answer in the answer sheet provided.

6. A view that claims that human freedom is an illusion because human behavior is biologically,
psychologically and sociologically determined refers to __________________________.

7. The idea that all human behavior is innate, determined by genes, brain size or other biological
attribute is _________________.

8. The father of modern philosophy is ________________________________.

9. Everything like thoughts, feelings and actions which people are currently aware of are what we
called ___________________.

10. Human behavior is conditioned by the environment. Theorized by _________________________.

Test III. Directions: Write the letter of your answer on the answer sheet.

11. What is originally meant “love of wisdom”?

a. History b. Social Studies c. Philosophy d. Religion

12. The four main divisions of philosophy are metaphysics, epistemology, axiology and _________.
a. bioethics b. logic c. aesthetics d. categorical logic

13. Which branch of philosophy studies issues concerning art and beauty in its various
a. Epistemology b. Aesthetics c. Logic d. Metaphysics
14. What branch of philosophy explores the nature of moral virtue and evaluates human action?
a. Ethics b. Logic c. Epistemology d. Metaphysics

15. Which branch of philosophy is mainly focused on answering questions related to what is real?
a. Metaphysics b. Logic c. Ethics d. Axiology

16. Questions like “What is knowledge?” and “What is truth?” are mainstays in the branch of
philosophy known as __________.
a. logic b. metaphysics c. epistemology d. aesthetics

17. The philosopher who points out that all thoughts are conscious.
a. Rene Descartes b. Karl Jasper c. Immanuel Kant d. John Locke

18. “The whole is the sum total of its parts, remove its parts and it is no longer whole” is an example
of what view?
a. Human c b. monism c. consciousness/existence d. reason

Introduction to Philosophy_ 2nd Quarterly Exam SHS/2018-Oct 1-2 Parent/Guardian:__________

19. What view is held by those who believe that our body is separate and distinct from our soul?
a. Human consciousness c. duality of body and soul
b. Human faculty of reason d. unity of body and soul

20. Why is the soul or spirit philosophically discussed as “mind”?

a. Mind-body problem is an ancient philosophical problem
b. Mental is a unique phenomenon that cannot
c. Mental capacities and abilities are attributed to it.
d. Mind or soul is simply difficult to reduce to something physical.

21. Who affirms that man is always more than what he knows about himself?
a. Karl Jasper b. Gabriel Marcel c. Socrates d. St. Thomas Aquinas

22. What is the reason why the mind-body problem could not be abandoned in philosophy?
a. The complexities of thought could not be explained by nature.
b. Humans naturally engage in thought as they interact with the world.
c. The thoughts are always directed toward an object.
d. Philosopher observed that the self is a “thinking-thing”.

23. What does the human faculty of reason mean?

a. Humans have the capacity of reasoning.
b. Human sreflect or introspect.
c. Humans are able to think, to reason, understand and analyze.
d. Humans think we are on the outside but is more about who we are inside.

24. Why do Christians believe that man is created body and soul by God?
a. Man is an embodied soul.
b. Man, as embodied subjectivity that exists and gives meaning.
c. Man enables to survive and endure life.
d. Man has reason to reflect and to deliberate things.

25. What is an example of human consciousness and existence?

a. “Who Am I?” c. “Why am I experiencing guilt or pain?”
b. “We are born and we will die”. d. The whole is the sum total of its parts.

26. Who argued that human soul exists prior to the body and even after the body is gone?
a. John Locke c. St. Thomas Aquinas
b. Rene Descartes d. Plato

27. The idea that all human behavior is innate, determined by genes, brain size or other biological
a. psychological determinism c. sociological determinism
b. biological determinism d. physiological determinism

28. He is known for his defense of behaviorism, a view claiming that human behavior is conditioned.
a. B.F. Skinner c. Martin Heidegger
b. Sigmund Freud d. Karl Marx

29. In which level of consciousness is the information that you are currently aware of?
a. The altered state of conscious c. the subconscious level
b. The conscious level d. The nonconscious level

30. What does the unconscious level thought to handle?

a. Socially unacceptable urges c. natural bodily functions
b. Conscious thoughts d. sleep

Introduction to Philosophy_ 2nd Quarterly Exam SHS/2018-Oct 2-2 Parent/Guardian:__________

Test IV. Direction: Answer the following questions.

Criteria: 5 points – expressed clearly and organized well

3 points – expressed but not organized
1 point – answer was not clearly expressed

1. Do you believe with Socrates that life has no meaning and that it is we who create our own
individual meaning? Why/Why not?

2. Do you agree with the thought that “when the body dies, the soul also dies with the body”?
Explain your stand on this statement.

Introduction to Philosophy_ 2nd Quarterly Exam SHS/2018-Oct 3-2 Parent/Guardian:__________