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Test I. Multiple choice 20 points.

Direction: Read each statement and write the letter of your answer on the space before the number.
Every correct answer merits 1 point.
_____1. In philosophy, man is defined as a _____.
a. good reason b. good approach c. good conduct d. good knowledge
_____2. It ask the question “what is their purpose?”.
a. Metaphysics b. Epistemology c. Ethics d. Cosmology
_____3. Philosophy justifies as ____
a. Love of wisdom b. love of knowledge c. love of reason d. love yourself
_____4. It ask the question “can humanity flourish without God?”.
a. Phil. Of Ethics b. Moral Phil. C. Epistemology d. Phil. Of Religion
_____5. The science of art and correct thinking.
a. Axiology b. deontology c. logic d. semantics
_____6. it ask the question “what makes human action good or evil?”.
a. Ethics b. Phil. Of Human Person c. Axiology d. Political Philosophy
_____7. Foundations of scientific theories which are generated.
a. Science b. Religion c. Technology d. Environment
_____8. It refers to the nature of beauty and art.
a. Cosmology b. aesthetics c. Deontology d. Semantics
_____9. Priori Knowledge refers to a critique of Pure reason that refers to the philosophy of?
a. Immanuel Kant b. Rene Descartes C. George Berkeley d. John Locke
____10. I think therefore I exist refers to the philosophy of _______ which means each person can be
able to think and to analyse because of its own self as live in the world.
a. Rene Descartes b. St. Thomas of Aquinas c. George Berkeley d. Aristotle
____11. Understanding human person is based on their knowledge and interest of the world.
a. Ancient Period b. Medieval Period c. Modern Period d. Christian View
____12. He proceeded to argue that the human soul should be nurtured properly through the
acquisition of knowledge, wisdom and virtue (know thyself). He added that self-examination is
nurturance of the human soul which becomes possible.
a. Socrates b. Plato c. Aristotle d. Alexander the Great
____13. He believed that the true part of man is really the soul and the body, the body is the prison cell
of the soul and he added that man can be able to analyse things, think and draw conclusions as based on
the rational function.
a. Plato b. Aristotle c. Plato d. Socrates
____14. Is the decisions of the rational which asserts and experiencing emotions.
a. Passion Function b. Appetitive Function c. Emotional Function d. Rational Function
____15. The ____ part of the soul is to obeys and follows the rational and spirited part of the soul in the
satisfaction of its desires such as pleasures and physical needs like lust, fetish.
a. Appetitive b. Rational c. Emotional d. Passion
____16. A human person is a personal being which possesses an intellectual nature conjoined with a
material body.
a. Aristotle b. Plato c. Socrates d. Napoleon
____17. Immortality of soul brings man on the forefront of God’s creation that man is a special created
a. St. Augustine b. St. Thomas c. St. John Paul d. Pope Francis
____18. The decay of the body does not logically or methaphysically imply the destruction of the mind.
a. Rene Descartes b. St. Thomas C. George Berkeley D. Pope Francis
____19. Government is morally obliged to serve people, namely by protecting life, liberty and property.
a. John Locke B. George Berkeley c. Rene Descartes d. St. Augustine
____20. The physical body is the home of every human being as it carries emotional, social and
psychological aspects.
a. George Berkeley b. Rene Descartes C. Thomas Hobbs d. St. Augustine