NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Philosophy (Paper-II): Questions 773 - 777 of 2002

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Question number: 773

» Classical Indian Philosophy » Vaisesika » Samavayu Asamavayi Nimitta Karana

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Which one according to the Vaiśesikas is the asamavayikārnaa of a pot? (January Paper-3)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Kapāla-samyoga

b.

Danda-samyoga

c.

Upādāna

d.

Kapāla

Question number: 774

» Classical Indian Philosophy » Purva-Mimamsa » Dharma

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Who among the Indian Philosophers makes a distinction between Dharmabhūtajñāna and Dharm ibhūtajñāna? (January Paper-3)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Rāmānuja

b.

Vasubandhu

c.

Madhva

d.

Vallabha

Question number: 775

» Classical Indian Ethics » Pancasila and Triratnas » New 2019

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Which of the following is not a Tri-ratna according to Jainism? (January Paper-3)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Samyak Darśana

b.

Samyak Cāritra

c.

Samyak Bhāvanā

d.

Samyak Jñāna

Question number: 776

» Modern Western Philosophy » Phenomenology and Existentialism » Kierkegaard (New 2019)

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According to which one of the following Western Philosophers ”Truth is a subjective condition, not an objective one. ” (November Paper-3)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

William James

b.

Kierkegaard

c.

Hume

d.

Kant

Question number: 777

» Modern Western Philosophy » Wittgenstein » Language and Reality

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“There is no one standard meaning of a given word, it has as many meanings as it has uses, and that these are countless. ” – is the view held by: (January Paper-3)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Frege

b.

Dammett

c.

Russell

d.

Wittgenstein

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