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ANCIENT GREEK PHILOSOPHERS CHALLENGE 3 PART 1 1 — Plato: An academic approach to concepts Apply basic philosophical analysis by demonstrating an understanding of necessary and sufficient conditions. Select the option that accurately completes the statement below. Having wheels is a _______ condition for being a functioning car. a.) both necessary and sufficient b.) sufficient, not necessary c.) neither necessary nor sufficient d.) necessary, not sufficient 2 — Plato's Forms: The Objects of Knowledge Identify the central epistemological tenets of Plato's doctrine of the Forms. Select the statement that represents a central epistemological tenet of Plato's doctrine of the Forms. a.) Forms are entities that exist only in the natural world. b.) If humans cease to exist, so does the Form of knowledge. c.) In philosophy, Forms play no role in determining what is morally right and wrong. d.) Knowledge differs from opinion because knowledge requires one to be able to justify his or her beliefs.

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