CHAPTER 3 T-F practice test KEY Wolff 11e

CHAPTER 3 T-F practice test KEY Wolff 11e - CHAPTER THREE...

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CHAPTER THREE PRACTICE TEST METAPHYSICS AND PHILOSOPHY OF MIND True/False 1. Our word "metaphysics" is derived from a Greek term meaning "the books which come after the physics." True. 2. What philosophers call "metaphysics" is the same area of study that Aristotle called "first philosophy." True. 3. "Does the soul exist?" is a theological, not a metaphysical, question. False. 4. Philosophers don't argue so much about whether particular things exist, but about what sorts of things exist. True. 5. Hobbes, as a materialist, disagreed with the theories of the Greek atomists. False. 6. The key problem for a materialist is how to explain the human mind and will in terms of physics. True. 7. Hobbes argues that human beings must be something more than just complicated machines. False. 8. Hobbes divided all human motions into two sorts--vital motions and animal motions. True. 9. Both appetites and aversions are kinds of endeavors, according to Hobbes. True.
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