Chapter 4 Multiple Choice

Chapter 4 Multiple Choice - Multiple Choice Quiz(See...

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(See related pages) 1 The adoption of Greek language, literature, social customs, and ethical values is called A) Judeo-Christian. B) Hellenism. C) Romanization. D) koinē. 2 "Philosophy" means A) the study of ethics. B) friendship. C) love of wisdom. D) the pursuit of happiness. 3 The most famous of the Greek philosophers was A) Socrates. B) Josephus. C) Alexander the Great. D) Asclepius. 4 This Greek philosopher, a disciple of Socrates, created a comprehensive philosophical world view that emphasized dualism or the coexistence of two realms of reality: physical reality and spiritual reality. A) Paul B) Plato C) Mithras D) Dionysus 5 This school of Greek philosophy, founded by Zeno, emphasized listening to the divine element within oneself and attaining a state of disciplined harmony with nature and with the universe. A) Epicureanism B) Stoicism C) Polytheism D) Zoroastrianism 6 This Greek god of the healing arts was the mortal son of Apollo and a mortal princess. A cult of healing dedicated to this god flourished in Europe and Asia in the time of Jesus Christ. A)
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