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Question number: 482

» Classical Indian Philosophy » Nyaya » Pratyaksa Nirvikalpaka

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“Indriyajanya jñāna Pratyaksham “

The above definition of pratyaksha was formulated by: (August Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Śankara

b.

Dignāga

c.

Śānta raksita

d.

Viśvanātha

Question number: 483

» Classical Indian Philosophy » Vaisesika » Samavayu Asamavayi Nimitta Karana

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The kāranatā of the conjunction of threads in case of a cloth according to the vaiśesikas is: (August Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Sahakāri kāranatā

b.

Asamavāyikāranatā

c.

Nimitta kāranatā

d.

Samavāyikāranatā

Question number: 484

» Logic-Formal and Symbolic » Nature of Propositions » New 2019

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If O proposition is given as false the corresponding A, E and I will be (July Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

A is false and E and I are undetermined

b.

E is false and both A and I are undetermined.

c.

A is true, E is false and I is false.

d.

A is true, E is false and I is true.

Question number: 485

» Classical Western Philosophy » Plato and Aristotle

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“Forms are not apart from things, but inherent in them; they are not transcendent but immanent” is the view that can be described to which one of the following Greek philosophers? (July Paper -2)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Democritus

b.

Aristotle

c.

Plato

d.

Socrates

Question number: 486

» Western Ethics » Kant's Moral Theory » New 2019

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Everything has a cause. How does Kant interpret it? (August Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

It is a case of pre-established harmony.

b.

It is the habit of the mind.

c.

We have seen events being preceded by causes.

d.

It is because of the application of the category of causality.

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