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Every highly educated person should know how to answer these questions. But there is a problem. Average score is horrible

  • Question /

    Which philosopher is best known for his statement cogito ergo sum?

    • Plato
    • Socrates
    • René Descartes
    • Jean-Paul Sartre
  • Question /

    According to Plato, what is knowledge?

    • There is no such thing as true knowledge
    • Opinion
    • A justified true belief
    • That which can be proven
  • Question /

    Thomas Aquinas’s cosmological arguments argue for…

    • The existence of knowledge
    • Nihilism
    • The existence of God
    • The existence of other intelligent life
  • Question /

    “Philosophy” comes from the Greek “philosophia”, meaning what?

    • Lover of questions
    • Lover of philosophy
    • Love of wisdom
    • Lover of soapboxes
  • Question /

    Which branch of philosophy is primarily concerned with the question of being?

    • Marxism
    • Platonism
    • Humanism
    • Existentialism
  • Question /

    Who is widely known as the first existentialist, despite never having used the word “existentialism”?

    • Alan Watts
    • Søren Kierkegaard
    • Jean-Paul Sartre
    • Hannah Arendt
  • Question /

    Transcendental idealism argues that…

    • Knowledge has foundations
    • God is the ideal human
    • There is an afterlife
    • Our experience is based on our perceptions
  • Question /

    What does “tabula rasa” mean?

    • Red tablet
    • Clean slate
    • New knowledge
    • Rise tomorrow
  • Question /

    Who wrote “The Last Messiah”?

    • Frederich Nietzsche
    • Socrates
    • Alan Watts
    • Peter Wessel Zapffe
  • Question /

    Descartes’s meditation that led him to conclude that perhaps even mathematical laws are not true is referred to as…

    • The foundationalism argument
    • The law denial argument
    • The evil demon argument
    • The Cartesian argument
  • Question /

    Existential nihilism insists what?

    • Death is not the end.
    • Humans are naturally codependent.
    • The human condition has no meaning.
    • Knowledge is limited.
  • Question /

    The allegory of the cave argues what?

    • Perceptions are sources of absolute knowledge.
    • There is value in ignorance.
    • We are born with infinite knowledge.
    • Our perceptions may not be accurate.
  • Question /

    Metaphysics is the study of…

    • Ethics
    • Knowledge
    • Politics
    • Existence
  • Question /

    Epistemology is the theory of…

    • Cosmology
    • Poetics
    • Metaphysics
    • Knowledge
  • Question /

    Jean-Jacques Rousseau is known for what?

    • Rejection of philosophy as a discipline
    • Contributions to existentialism
    • His publication “Leviathan”
    • His publication “The Social Contract”

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Eric Brown

Written by Eric Brown

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