100 test tasks on philosophy

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V. control tasks

(For standings in the discipline)

V.1. Tests on philosophy

1) The problem of the knowability of the world of knowledge and techniques taught in:

1) axiology;

2) epistemology;

3) ontology.

2) characteristic of empiricism is to focus on:

1) intuition;

2) wisdom;

3) experience.

3) Who owns the aphorism: "God - is dead":

1) F-Rousseau F .;

2) Nietzsche F .;

3) I. Kant

4) Name of the philosopher of the Renaissance:

1) Aristotle;

2) Nicholas of Cusa;

3) Thomas Aquinas.

5) The philosophical system of Hegel´s views are:

1) dualistic;

2) an idealist;

3) the materialistic.

6) The philosophical belief system Feuerbach is:

1) idealistic;

2) the materialist;

3) pluralistic.

7) of the Middle Ages meets the following philosophical idea:

1) anthropocentrism;

2) cosmocentrism;

3) theocentrism.

8) Representative period of pre-Socratic Greek philosophy was:

1) Aristotle;

2) Heraclitus;

3) Epicurus.

9) The idea of \u200b\u200b"superman" was developed in the teaching:

1) Schopenhauer A .;

2) Nietzsche F .;

3) Heidegger M ..

10) characteristic of irrationalism is relying on:

1) the unconscious;

2) reasonable;

3) conscious.

11) characteristic of pragmatism is to focus on the importance of:

1) openness;

2) utility;

3) conviction.

12) Name the representative of philosophical hermeneutics:

1) Popper K .;

2) Gadamer H.-G .;

3) Jean-Paul Sartre

13) For centuries FAQ era include the following work:

1) "Essay Concerning Human Understanding" John. Locke

2) Monadology Leibniz;

3) Summa Theologica of Thomas Aquinas.

14) The founder of phenomenology is:

1) Hegel, G .;

2) Husserl E .;

3) F. Nietzsche

15) being the most complete definition is given in the following proposition:

1) existence - is the material world;

2) existence - is all that exists;

3) being - this is the highest, supersensible reality.

16) The aphorism: "I think, therefore I exist" by:

1) decreased;

2) Descartes P .;

3) Spinoza B.

17) caused by the crisis of modern civilization:

1) a deficit of morality and humanity in dealing with the political, scientific and technological, and economic problems;

2) the development of technology;

3) the development of science.

18) the principle inherent in idealistic philosophy:

1) Plato;

2) Protagoras;

3) Feuerbach.

19) Basic principles and laws of dialectics as a doctrine of universal interconnection and development of objects and phenomena formulated:

1) Hegel, G .;

2) Descartes P .;

3) Socrates.

20) defines for the religious outlook is:

1) kindness;

2) faith;

3) knowledge.

21) Name the oldest historical form of spiritual development of the world by man:

1) mythology;

2) religion;

3) philosophy.

22) The question of the relation of matter and consciousness is considered in the framework:

1) logic;

2) ethics;

3) ontology.

23) In the medieval world was characterized by:

1) anthropocentrism;

2) cosmocentrism;

3) theocentrism.

24) Basic principles and laws of dialectics as a doctrine of universal interconnection and development of objects and phenomena formulated:

1) Hegel, G .;

2) Descartes P .;

3) Socrates.

25) Everything that exists in the world in all variety of mutual relations and conflicting interactions designated philosophical category:

1) existence;

2) "rem world";

3) ontology.

26) The principle of verification was nominated in:

1) existentialism;

2) neo;

3) postpositivism.

27) The problem is studied in the knowability of the world:

1) axiology;


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33) The discipline that studies the most common questions about the social life of the people, the logic of the development of society, the structure of the social organism called:

34) The system of "absolute idealism" has created:

35) laid the foundations of Augustine of Hippo:

36) The idea of \u200b\u200bcatholicity in Russian philosophy substantiated:

37) The principle of epistemology of Descartes:

38) the unconscious basis of human behavior investigated:

39) Specify the philosopher of the Renaissance:

40) Democritus developed:

41) What is the dominant type of general cultural outlook in the construction of philosophical systems is characteristic of our time:

42) The first schools of thought emerged in Europe:

43) What are the largest representatives of scholastic philosophy:

44) The founder of Buddhism is:

45) The concepts of "Brahmin" and "Atman" first appeared in:

46) In the views of J. Bruno philosophical idea evolved following:

47) Name the representative of the classical period of ancient philosophy:

48) called the dialectic of Socrates:

49) The principle of epistemology of Descartes:

50) The official philosophy of Catholicism:

51) Ontology - a branch of philosophy, the subject of which are:

52) The term "philosopher" was introduced:

53) The determining factor in the development and formation of the person is:

54) he singled out two "world":

55) For the outlook of the Renaissance is characterized by:

56) Russian philosophers advocated in the XIX century. for a distinct development of Russia, belonged to the direction of:

57) The materialist dialectic version was created:

58) "philosophy" in Greek language means:

59) The main work of Immanuel Kant called:

60) Saying: "Everything real - wise, intelligent and all - really" belongs:

61) The system of beliefs about the world, man´s place in the world and the principles of the joint activities of people called:

62) His teachings of Socrates called:

63) Select a philosophical movement that emerged in the modern era:

64) A special place takes the problem of meaning in life:

65) The representative of existentialism was:

66) Russian philosophers advocated in the XIX century. Western European way of development for Russia, belonged to the direction of:

67) "philosophy" in Greek means:

68) the disciples of Aristotle called metaphysics:

69) Specify the representative of the philosophical empiricism:

70) Name the founder of the doctrine of cultural-historical types of civilizational development of peoples:

71) The natural state of society Hobbes believed:

72) A system of "absolute idealism" has created:

73) Historical Medieval era corresponds to the following philosophical idea:

74) Natural philosophy - is:

75) The philosophical direction, considered the foundation of the knowledge of the mind, is called:

76) The founder of the ancient Chinese teachings of "Taoism" was:

77) The official philosophy of Catholicism:

78) The representative of the philosophical irrationalism was:

79) The concept of "axial age" created:

80) Who owns the saying: "Language - a house of Being.

81) "philosophy" in Greek means:

82) interpretation of the text as an object of philosophy put forward in:

83) The main problems of scholasticism should include:

84) The doctrine of "idols" ("Ghosts") of knowledge by:

85) In what world picture, "natural" and "supernatural" does not differ from each other?

86) Philosophy and science relate to each other as follows:

87) The philosophical concept, which denies the possibility of objective knowledge of the world is called:

88) The concept of "philosopher" was introduced:

89) Name the representative postpositivism:

90) The founde


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