Aristotle Physics Bk2 MultChoice

Aristotle Physics Bk2 MultChoice - Aristotle: Physics Book...

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Aristotle: Physics Book 2 1. According to Aristotle natural things have within them an origin of change and stability. a. natural things have within them an origin of change and stability. b. natural things do not necessarily have within them an origin of change and stability. c. artificial things have within them an origin of change and stability. d. two of the above. e. none of the above. 2. According to Aristotle Products produced by the crafts inasmuch as they are products of the crafts a. have an innate origin of change and stability within them. b. sometimes have an innate origin of change and stability within them, and sometimes do not. c. do not have an innate origin of change and stability within them. d. two of the above e. none of the above. 3. According to Aristotle Products produced by the crafts inasmuch as they are made of natural things a. sometimes have an innate origin of change and stability within them, and sometimes do not. b. have an innate origin of change and stability within them. c. do not have an innate origin of change and stability within them. d. two of the above. e. none of the above. 4. According to Aristotle artificial things a. do not have within them an origin of change and stability. b. have within them an origin of change and stability. c. sometimes have an innate origin of change and stability within them, and sometimes do not. d. two of the above. e. none of the above. 5. According to Aristotle Products produced by the crafts such as beds, tables etc., a. have no innate impulse to change. b. have an innate impulse to change. c. sometimes have an innate impulse to change within them and sometimes do not. d. two of the above. e. none of the above. 6. Products produced by the crafts have
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a. have no innate origin of change and stability within them except in so far as they are coincidentally made of natural entities. b. sometimes have an innate origin of change and stability within them in so far as they are coincidentally made of natural entities, and sometimes they do not. c . have an innate origin of change and stability within them except in so far as they are coincidentally made of natural entities. d. two of the above. e. none of the above. 7. Nature is a sort of origin and cause of change and stability in that to which it belongs a. by chance. b. primarily and not by coincidence.
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course PHIL 201 taught by Professor Snow during the Fall '07 term at Loyola Maryland.

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