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Quiz_2_002_answers - LANGARA COLLEGE Philosophy 1101 Introduction to Philosophy Answers to Quiz#2 TIME 30 minutes Section 002 October 4 2010 1 True

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LANGARA COLLEGE Philosophy 1101: Introduction to Philosophy Answers to Quiz #2 TIME: 30 minutes Section 002 October 4, 2010 1. True or false ? [1 mark each] T/F a. According to Berkeley, we humans are ideas in the mind of God. F b. Berkeley argued that geometrical qualities, like shape and size, cannot exist without being perceived. T c. Berkeley believed that (ripe) tomatoes really are red. The redness we perceive is also in the tomato itself. T d. Berkeley taught that the material world is an illusion. In reality, there are no trees, mountains, birds, etc. F e. Berkeley thought that the idea of substratum, a “something” that “supports” the properties of an object, was absurd. T f. Descartes was so unhappy with his college education that he tried to clear his mind of everything he learned there. T g. Descartes taught that the material world was an illusion, created by a powerful evil demon. F
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Quiz_2_002_answers - LANGARA COLLEGE Philosophy 1101 Introduction to Philosophy Answers to Quiz#2 TIME 30 minutes Section 002 October 4 2010 1 True

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