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Question 121

Contemporary Indian Philosophy
Nature of Self

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MCQ▾

In claiming that all life is individual; and there is no such thing as universal life.

Muhammad Iqbal deems ‘self as the fundamental fact of the universe’ . Which among the following describes his conception of “self” ?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

It is not a scholastic soul-substance.

b.

Self is not a thing, describable in terms of the morphology of stuff.

c.

Perception of once own self is internal and intimate

d.

All b., a. and c. are correct

Question 122

Contemporary Indian Philosophy
Concept of Absolute and Its Alternative Forms

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Matching-Pair▾

Find the pair which does not match:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Rabindranath Tagore

Gora

b.

Muhammed Iqbal

The Human Cycle

c.

K. C. Bhattacharya

The Subject as Freedom

d.

Jiddu Krishnamurthy

The First and Last Freedom

Question 123

Contemporary Indian Philosophy
Democracy

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MCQ▾

Ambedkar՚s notion of “democracy” gives pre-eminence to ‘social democracy.’ It means a way of life that recognizes as the principles of life:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Fraternity

b.

Equality

c.

Liberty

d.

All c., b. and a. are correct

Question 124

Contemporary Indian Philosophy
Universal Religion

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MCQ▾

According to Vivekananda a ‘Universal Religion’ must satisfy the following conditions:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Appear satisfying and reasonable to every religious sect

b.

Individualize religion and not base it on where one is born

c.

Open its gate to every individual.

d.

All b., a. and c. are correct

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