Meno MultipleChoice

Meno MultipleChoice - Introduction to Philosophy Meno 1....

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Introduction to Philosophy Meno 1. The Meno begins with a. Socrates asking Meno, "what is piety?" b. Socrates asking Meno, "what is virtue?" c. Socrates asking Meno, "what is justice?" d. Socrates asking Meno, "what is impiety?" e. none of the above . 2. The Meno begins with a. Meno asking Socrates, "what is virtue?" b. Meno asking Socrates, "what is justice?" c. Meno asking Socrates, "what is piety?" d. Meno asking Socrates, "what is impiety?" e. none of the above. 3. The Meno begins with a. Socrates asking Meno, "can virtue be taught?" b. with Meno asking Socrates, "what is virtue?" c. Socrates asking Gorgias, "can virtue be taught?" d. Socrates asking Protagoras, "can virtue be taught?" e. none of the above . 4. The Meno begins with a. Meno asking Socrates, "can virtue be taught?" b. Meno asking Socrates, "can justice be taught?" c. Meno asking Socrates, "can impiety be taught?" d. Meno asking Socrates, "can piety be taught?" e. none of the above . 5. At the beginning of the Meno a. Socrates does not maintain that people possess virtue by nature. b. Socrates maintains that people possess virtue by nature. c. Socrates maintains that people possess virtue by luck. d. Socrates maintains that people can be taught virtue. e. all of the above. f. none of the above . 6. Socrates claims to have met a. many people who knows what virtue is. b. no person who knows what virtue is. c. some people who know what virtue is. d. no person who knows what virtue is. e. two of the above 7. Socrates claims a. to know what virtue is because he was a student of Protagoras. b. to know what virtue is because he was a student of Meno. c. to know what virtue is because he was a student of Gorgias. d. to know what virtue is because he was a student of Glaucon. e. None of the above.
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8. Socrates claims a. that the only thing he knows is that he knows. b. that the only thing he doesn’t know is that he knows. c. that the only thing he knows is that he doesn’t know. d. that the only thing he doesn’t know is that he doesn’t know. e. None of the above. 9. Meno claims a. to know what virtue is because he was a student of Protagoras. b. to know what virtue is because he was a student of Socrates. c. to know what virtue is because he was a student of Gorgias. d. to know what virtue is because he was a student of Glaucon. e. None of the above. 10. According to Meno a. there are distinct virtues for every age and every action. b. there are no virtues for every age and every action. c. that there is no difference between the virtues of a man, a woman, an old man and a child. d. that there is a difference between the virtues of a man, a woman, an old man and a child e. two of the above.
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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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