NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Philosophy (Paper-II): Questions 1280 - 1284 of 1674

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Question number: 1280

» Logic-Formal and Symbolic » Symbolic Logic » Use of Symbols (New 2019)

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What are the correct symbolization of the paradoxes of material implication

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Choice (4) Response

a.

and

b.

and

c.

and

d.

and ~

Question number: 1281

» Logic-Formal and Symbolic » Quantification and Rules of Quantification » New 2019

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From any true substitution instance of a propositional function, we may validly infer the existential quantification of that propositional function. Identify this rule

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Universal Generalization

b.

Universal Instantiation

c.

Existential Generalization

d.

Existential Instantiation

Question number: 1282

» Logic-Formal and Symbolic » Decision Procedures » Informal and Formal Fallacies (New 2019)

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All Greek gods are mythical

All modern day gods are real

Therefore, all Greek gods are real

The following syllogism is

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Valid

b.

False

c.

True

d.

Invalid

Question number: 1283

» Classical Indian Philosophy » Vedic and Upanisadic World-Views » Centrality of the Institution of Yajna

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The three most important duties according to Vedic and Upanishadic thought are

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Bhuta RNA, Dev RNA, Pitr RNA

b.

Manushya RNA, Dev RNA, Pitr RNA

c.

Dev RNA, Rishi RNA, Pitr RNA

d.

Bhuta RNA, Manushya RNA, Pitr RNA

Question number: 1284

» Western Ethics » Crime and Punishment, Types of Punishment » New 2019

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The aim of deterrent theory of punishment is

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Choice (4) Response

a.

To prevent future act of crime

b.

To assert the autonomy of individual

c.

To reform the criminal

d.

To take revenge from the crime done

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