Chapter Four Final Exam

Chapter Four Final Exam - 1. Copernicus greatly advanced...

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1. Copernicus greatly advanced the existentialist position. True False
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2. Although one important debate in ancient philosophy was the question of the distinction of mental (mind) and physical (bodily, material) objects, as of the twentieth century the debate was resolved. True False 3. We associate Marlowe's story of Dr. Faustus with the idea that life may be best understood as: a. b. suffering. c. altruism. d. desire. 4. Aristotle's philosophy places emphasis on the importance of creativity and the centrality of art, imagining God as the Great Artist. True False 5. According to Pascal, since reason cannot demonstrate the existence or nonexistence of God, it's a 50-50 bet, meaning that atheism and theism are to be equally recommended. True False 6. Syncretism refers to a merger of religious beliefs and traditions. True False
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7. In arguing for the existence of God, the British philosopher William Paley employs an analogy in which he compares the universe to: a. b.
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