g_TEST%201_Solutions - TEST 1 - Solutions PHIL 102 23 Feb...

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TEST 1 --- Solutions PHIL 102 23 Feb 2011 Make sure you write your last name, first name, UIN (in this order, in CAPITALS), on each page. Answer all questions, preferably in the order they are asked. Allowed time: 45 min . Only one answer is correct in the multiple choice questions part A. Indicate it in the booklet Be as detailed as possible in your answers, but keep in mind that there are quite a few questions to address. Read the questions carefully; many of them can be answered in one or two lines. Good luck! A. Multiple choice 1. You are most likely to let your self-interest get in the way of clear thinking when you… a. Are indifferent to your circumstances b. Have a personal stake in the conclusions you reach c. Have no commitments d. Try to control your emotions 2. Your believing that something is true… a. Makes it probable b. Is irrational c. Makes it true d. Does not make it true 3. A deductively valid argument cannot have… a. True premises and a false conclusion b. False premises and a false conclusion c. False premises and a true conclusion d. True premises and a true conclusion 4. Our perception and memory are constructive, which means that what we perceive
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