What_Is_Your_Philosophy

What_Is_Your_Philosophy - one and the same person. ______...

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What Is Your Philosophy? Where do you stand on these issues? What are your philosophical beliefs? You can indicate your views by writing the appropriate number in the space provided at the end of each question. Use the following scale: 5= true; 4= probably true; 3= neither probable nor improbable; 2= probably false; and 1= false. 1. The mind (soul) can exist independently of the body. ______ 2. The mind is the brain or a by-product of the brain. ______ 3. Humans have free will. ______ 4. All of our actions are determined by forces beyond our control. ______ 5. Persons retain their identity over time so that a seventy-year-old and a five-year-old can be
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Unformatted text preview: one and the same person. ______ 6. Persons do not retain their identity over time because they are constantly changing. ______ 7. There are universal moral principles that apply to everyone everywhere. ______ 8. Morality is relative to the individual or to society. ______ 9. An all-powerful, all-knowing, all-good God exists. ______ 10. There is no God. ______ 11. We can have definite knowledge about the external world. ______ 12. Real knowledge is impossible; all we can have are opinions. ______...
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