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YOU PASSED THIS MILESTONE Choose the FALSE statement about the metaphysical tenets of Plato’s Doctrine of the Forms. ? CONCEPT Plato Forms: The Foundations of Being “Although I am not an atheist, I believe that man’s ingenuity is more reliable than superstitious beliefs about the gods.” The ancient philosopher most likely to make this statement was . ? CONCEPT Cosmology and the First Philosophers Choose the true statement about a central belief of the Greek atomists. ? opposites that create a system of connection through atoms. Everything is temporary in atomism; reality is in a constant state of change. In atomism, the ultimate nature of reality is static, making all change an illusion. CONCEPT The Atomistic Worldview Which statement about Aristotle’s metaphysics is FALSE? ? inside the thing, and does not exist independently. CONCEPT Aristotle on What There Is Dolly was impressed with her new furnace. It kept the house at a comfortable temperature, was energy-efficient, and ran very quietly. According to Aristotle’s ethics, this is an example of the . ? CONCEPT Aristotle's Highest Good Budapest is a city in Hungary. Roland was born in Budapest. Therefore, Roland was born in Hungary. Assuming that both premises are true, evaluate the argument and determine which of the answer options describes it. ? CONCEPT Evaluating an Argument in Action Choose the FALSE statement about the ethics of Stoicism. ? Focus only on those things that you can control. CONCEPT Stoicism: The Ethics of Dispassion Choose the FALSE statement about the Apology. ? CONCEPT The Apology: A Defense of Philosophy Choose the FALSE statement about Aristotle’s ethics. ? CONCEPT Aristotle's Highest Good Recall the similarities and differences between Plato's and Aristotle's philosophical methods. Select the statement most likely to have been made by Aristotle, rather than by Plato. ? CONCEPT Aristotle: The Dissection of Reality Plato believed that knowledge of reality is grounded in knowledge of . ? CONCEPT Plato's Forms: The Objects of Knowledge Several hours of heavy rain is a condition for a wet yard. Choose the answer that correctly completes this sentence. ? CONCEPT Plato: An academic approach to concepts Angie makes a New Year's resolution to start a diet. "Read this," her brother says, and gives Angie a book on Stoicism. Puzzled, she flips through the pages and begins to read. Choose the statement that indicates how a Stoic approach to ethics can help Angie with her diet. ? CONCEPT Stoicism: The Ethics of Dispassion According to Plato’s Doctrine of Forms, can humans create a perfect square? ? CONCEPT Applying Plato's Metaphysics Consider identifying the essence of a pencil. The first question Aristotle would ask is, “What kind of thing is it?” The answer might be: “A pencil is a writing utensil.” Which question would Aristotle ask next? ? CONCEPT Aristotle on What There Is Select the FALSE statement about the Crito. ? CONCEPT The Crito: The Duties of the Social Contract Choose the FALSE statement about the philosophical value of the Socratic Method. ? CONCEPT The Socratic Approach Choose the statement that describes how Socrates’ approach to philosophy differed from previous approaches. ? Socrates’ ideas influenced the growth of the natural sciences. CONCEPT Socrates: The Father of Western Philosophy Nancy was talking with a friend about immigration in the U.S. Nancy believes that illegal immigration to the United States is harmful to the nation, and that anti-immigration laws should be strictly applied. Choose the statement by Nancy that demonstrates an inconsistent belief. ? CONCEPT Philosophical Analysis as a Way of Life In the Apology, Socrates makes the following statement: “But you have just admitted that the good do their neighbors good, and the evil do them evil. Now, is that a truth which your superior wisdom has recognized thus early in life, and am I, at my age, in such darkness and ignorance as not to know that if a man with whom I have to live is corrupted by me, I am very likely to be harmed by him; and yet I corrupt him, and intentionally, too….But either I do not corrupt them, or I corrupt them unintentionally; and on either view of the case you lie. If my offence is unintentional, the law has no cognizance of unintentional offences: you ought to have taken me privately, and warned and admonished me.” Extract Socrates' argument from the preceding excerpt, then choose the sentence that accurately restates the main premise of his argument. ? CONCEPT The Apology — Socrates' Arguments Philosophy pursues by using logic, reasoning, and critical thinking. ? CONCEPT What is Philosophy? All of the statements are central themes of Parmenidean metaphysics, EXCEPT: ? CONCEPT Parmenides and the Doctrine of Permanence Heraclitus went further than his predecessors by considering reality from an entirely human point of view. He claimed that there is one true reality, which he called . ? CONCEPT Heraclitus and the Doctrine of Impermanence According to Socrates in the Phaedo, why might a philosopher welcome death? ? CONCEPT The Phaedo: The Death of Socrates Select the statement that both Plato and Aristotle would agree is true. ? CONCEPT Plato vs. Aristotle: The Mathematician or the Biologist Show Less