Philosophy Test II Study Guide

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Philosophy Test II Study Guide September 25, 2007 Empiricism , The epistemological view that true knowledge is derived marily from sense experience. – Locke, Berkeley, Hume. Idealism , The Ontological view that, ultimately, every existing thing can be shown to be spiritual, mental, or otherwise incorporeal. – Berkeley, Hegel Materialism , The Ontological view that, in the final analysis, all phenomena can be demonstrated to be material in nature and that mental and spiritual phenomena are either nonexistent or have no existence independent of matter. – Democritus, Hobbes, Marx, Quine Ontological Argument , An a priori attempt to prove that God exists by showing that, from the very concept of God, his existence can be deduced. – St Anselm, Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz, Hegel. Rationalism , The epistemological view that true knowledge is derived primarily from “reason”. – Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz. A posteriori
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