Epistemology Exam 3

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Review Test Submission: Exam 3
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Course| Epistemology-PHIL 201 |
Test| Exam 3 |
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* Question 1
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| __________________ combined rationalism and empiricism, showing how both played a role in our understanding | | |
Correct Answer:|    Kant.|
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* Question 2
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| Descartes deduced God from the concept of God itself, in order to justify the idea of the material world.

Correct Answer: |  True|
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* Question 3
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| Which of the following is NOT one of the suggested ways to respond to skepticism?Answer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer:|    Skepticsm has no valid points of concern, and should be rejected.|
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* Question 4
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| Hume famously questioned the concept of causality, since we cannot observe the necessary connection between A and B where A supposedly causes B.Answer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer: |  True|
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* Question 5
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| Epistemology is primarily concerned with “Knowledge as Competency”, as opposed to “Knowledge as Truth Claims”.Answer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer: |  False|
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* Question 6
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| Plato believed we possessed innate ideas and consciously retain all of these from birth.Answer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer: |  False|
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* Question 7
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| _____________________Is a theory of knowledge which holds that the grounds of our justified beliefs are evidence that we have conscious access to; i.e. I know or can know why I believe something to be true.Answer | | | | | | |

Correct Answer:|    Internalism.|
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* Question 8
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| Mitigated Skeptics claim:Answer | | | |
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Correct Answer:|    No one knows anything, but I don’t know this is true, I just believe it.|
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* Question 9
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| According to classical foundationalism, a belief is considered properly basic if it is:Answer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer:|    Self-Evident, Incorrigible, Evident to the Senses.|
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* Question 10
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| Traditionally, knowledge has been defined as:Answer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer:|    Justified, true, belief.|
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* Question 11
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| According to Wood, reliabilism claims that:Answer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer:|    I am justified in holding a particular belief as long as my cognitive faculties are functioning reliably.|
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* Question 12
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| According to Alvin Plantinga, Warrant is what turns true belief into knowledge.Answer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer: |  True|
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* Question 13
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| A belief-disposition is a state of mind in which natural and noninferential cognitive responses are elicited by particular experiences.Answer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer: |  True|
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* Question 14
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| The principle of defeasibility states that all claims to knowledge are potentially false, and thus should be avoided.Answer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer: |  False|
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* Question 15
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| Hume’s category of knowledge known as the “Relations of Ideas” refers to claims that are:Answer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer:|    Logically true, certain, but not useful for understanding reality.|
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* Question 16
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| The Mattrix movies serve as a modern day example of Descartes’ Evil Demon HypothysisAnswer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer: |  True|
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* Question 17
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| John Locke affirmed all the following except:Answer | | | | | | |
Correct Answer:|    Causality, time and space, are merely categories of the mind.|
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* Question 18
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| Sensus Divinitatus gives us perfect ability to know God.Answer | | | | | | |...
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