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Collection of tasks on discipline "Philosophy"
Task number one.
Question 1. The ancient Greeks defined wisdom as:
1. a cosmic "mind";
2. knowledge of the "Universe";
3. The doctrine of good and evil.
Question 2. The main subject in philosophy - is:
1. objects;
2. empirical reality;
3. philosophical reflection.
Question 3. The philosophical question - is:
1. The issue of natural objects;
2. Questions about the objects created by human beings;
3. The question of the relation of man to nature and objects created by humans.
Question 4. Who is the founder of classical German philosophy?
1. Kant;
2. Hegel;
3. Marx.
Question 5: Who developed a system of dialectics as the logic and theory of knowledge?
1. Hegel;
2. Herzen;
3. Marx.
Task number 2.
Question 1. Who owns the word "think, therefore I exist"?
1. Descartes;
2. G. Hegel;
3. Spinoza.
Question 2. Why, according to the Stoics, philosophy begins?
1. with logic;
2. with physics;
3. Ethics.
Question 3: What was the main philosophy of the Stoics?
1. The logic;
2. physics;
3. Ethics.
Question 4: In the 17th century. epistemology considered:
1. The abstract and theoretical level of knowledge;
2. The moral level of knowledge;
3. All of the above.
Question 5. How many pieces of philosophical knowledge singled Hegel?
1. two;
2. Three;
3. Five.
Task number 3.
Question 1. How many forms of social regulators do you know?
1 one;
2. two;
3. Three.
Question 2. What is the first form of social regulators?
1. Myth;
2. religion;
3. All of the above.
Question 3. What is the second form of social regulators?
1. Myth;
2. religion;
3. All of the above.
Question 4: What kind of society can not be a philosopher?
1. in the primitive;
2. in a totalitarian;
3. All of the above.
Question 5. Philosophy as a theory of being and knowledge, approaches to science:
1. its ontological side;
2. epistemological his party;
3. All of the above.
Task number 4.
Question 1. The mythological conception is based:
1. on theoretical findings;
2. on reasoning;
3. experience in the artistic world.
Question 2. What is the period covered ancient philosophy?
1 to 6. BC. - 6. BC .;
2. 3. BC. - 5. BC .;
3. 4. BC. - 4. n. e.
Question 3. The term "philosophy" has arisen:
1. in ancient philosophy;
2. in medieval philosophy;
3. in the philosophy of modern times.
Question 4. How many stages of ancient philosophy traditionally divide?
1. Two;
2. Three;
3. Four.
Question 5. What is the main problem in the philosophy of Hellenism?
1. morality and freedom of the individual;
2. "Physis" and "Space";
3. The essence of the person.
Setting the number 5.
Question 1. What is the stage of medieval philosophy is the main?
1. patristic;
2. scholasticism;
3. All of the above.
Question 2. What is called sacralization philosophy?
1. The convergence of religion;
2. The convergence of science;
3. All of the above.
Question 3. scholastic philosophy puts to the fore:
1. The relationship between faith and reason;
2. The relationship between religion and science;
3. All of the above.
Question 4. The relationship between the general and the individual in scholastic philosophy to decide:
1. from the standpoint of "nominalism";
2. from the standpoint of "realism";
3. All of the above.
Question 5: What is the philosophy of the Renaissance period takes?
1. 14 - 16 centuries.
2. 15 - 17 centuries.
3. 16 - 17 centuries.
Setting the number 6.
Question 1: What is the ideal knowledge is the philosophy of the Renaissance?
1. religious;
2. Secular


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