PhiloQuiz1 - 1 Descartes held which of the following views(Points:1 We could not differentiate between human machines that look and act like real

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1. Descartes held which of the following views: (Points :1) We could not differentiate between human machines, that look and act like real men, from real men. A possible human machine, that looks and act like a real man, would always lack the language to reply to any possible circumstance. It is possible to construct human machines with the language-ability to reply to any possible circumstance. 2. Descartes’ view is best stated by which of the following statement: (Points :1) Machines are equal to humans. Machines unlike man have a finite number of responses to a single stimulus. Machines are superior to man in every way. 3. Descartes believed: (Points :1) As did Locke that there were no innate ideas. That there were innate ideas. As did Aristotle on innate ideas. 4. A problem for Hobbes was: (Points :1) Explaining the Greek atomist view. Explaining the natural state of man. Explaining how physical particle movement causes our mental experiences. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2010 for the course PHILOSOPHY 1 taught by Professor Kamler during the Spring '09 term at Santa Monica.

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PhiloQuiz1 - 1 Descartes held which of the following views(Points:1 We could not differentiate between human machines that look and act like real

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