Classical and Modern Western Philosophy [GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) Philosophy]: Questions 327 - 330 of 541

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Question 327

Classical and Modern Western Philosophy
Heraclitus and Democritus

Appeared in Year: 2019 (UGC)

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MCQ▾

Choose the correct code implication of the following statements from the codes given below;

“One cannot step into the same river” (24th June)

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Everything is illusionary

b.

Everything is fixed

c.

Everything is real

d.

Everything is flux

Question 328

Classical and Modern Western Philosophy
Aristotle's Metaphysics and Physics

Appeared in Year: 2019 (UGC)

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MCQ▾

‘The idea of “City State” in which only those are citizens whose education and position in life qualify them for the active participation in government’ . This is the view of (24th June)

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Aristotle

b.

Rawls

c.

Kant

d.

Hobbes

Question 329

Classical and Modern Western Philosophy
Plato and Aristotle's Theory of Knowledge

Appeared in Year: 2019 (UGC)

Question

MCQ▾

Which one of the following is not a level of knowledge according to Plato? (24th June)

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Belief

b.

Rational insight

c.

Conviction

d.

Conjecture

Question 330

Classical and Modern Western Philosophy
Differences between Deductive and Inductive Logic

Appeared in Year: 2019 (UGC)

Question

MCQ▾

Identify the correct options from the following; (24th June)

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

In the case of inductive arguments the conclusion does not overlap the premises

b.

In the case of valid deductive argument the conclusion is logically deduced from the premises

c.

In the case of inductive argument there underlies an entailment relation between the premises and the conclusion

d.

In the case of valid deductive argument the conclusion overlaps the premises

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