Human Nature Philosophy

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For Plato, the main principles that govern class membership in the republic are heredity and eugenics. True or False

Plato believed that everyone should receive the same level of education. True or False

Modern democracy would agree with Plato that the central function of the State is to achieve an order of justice. True or False

Modern constitutional democracy’s conception of justice consists of freedom (or liberty) and equality for all. True or False

Plato’s republic is a version of the organic society. True False

In ancient Athens, women had the right to vote and make legislative policy. True or False

Plato’s idealism greatly influenced Medieval Christian philosophers. True or False

Plato is the first synthetic philosopher in Western history. True or False

The idea of human nature includes differences among persons. True or False

The idea of human nature includes cultural differences. True or False

The idea of human nature includes what all human beings have in common. True or False

Human nature can be possessed by other creatures or species. True or False

Human nature can be totally acquired from the socio-cultural environment. True or False

The word metaphysics denotes a theory of human nature True or False

Thales said that although all reality is changing not all reality is change. True or False

Dualism and idealism imply each other in Plato’s thought. True or False

A constitutional democracy and totalitarianism are polar opposites. True or False

Plato’s Allegory of the Cave is an illustration of his tripartite soul. True or False

Mature Hinduism gives less status to material being than Plato does. True or False

Eastern thought makes a sharp distinction between religion and philosophy just as Western thought does. True or False

Plato’s Myth of the Charioteer is an illustration of his distinction between knowledge and opinion. True or False

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early Hinduism

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mature Hinduism

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Brahman

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Brahma

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Vishna

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Siva

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Atman

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reincarnation

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Karma

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Moksha

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guru

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monotheism

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polytheism

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pantheism

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atheism

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agnostism