Chapter five final exam

Chapter five final - 1 Copernicus's theory argued for which of the following ideas a b There is no such thing as"free will c The earth is at the

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1. Copernicus's theory argued for which of the following ideas? a. b. There is no such thing as "free will." c. The earth is at the center of the universe. d. The earth revolves around the sun.
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Determinists argue that all of our actions are formed by our own individual choices, which we are free to make ourselves, thereby determining our "destiny." True False 3. Which modern-day philosopher said, "Winning isn't everything; it's the only thing "? a. b. Humphrey Bogart c. Tiger Woods d. Mike Tyson 4. A utilitarian like Jeremy Bentham would argue that the meaning of life is finding a way to bring happiness to the greatest possible number of people. True False 5. Which of the following is not a response to the problem of evil, as discussed in this chapter? a. b. The aesthetic totality solution. c. The free-will defense. d. The methodological skepticism defense. 6. Spinoza's idea of the "One Substance" is directly connected to the concept of pantheism. True
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course PHIL 1001 taught by Professor Murrayskees during the Winter '10 term at Walden University.

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Chapter five final - 1 Copernicus's theory argued for which of the following ideas a b There is no such thing as"free will c The earth is at the

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