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A being co opted b being conned c walking against the

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a. being co-opted b. being conned c. walking against the wind d. buying a pig in a Porsche ____ 24. According to Marx and Hegel, ____ is an internally governed evolutionary cycle in which progress occurs as the result of a struggle between two opposing conditions. a. economics b. God c. communism d. history ____ 25. ____ was a grand systematizer who saw all of history as the unfolding of the Absolute Spirit. a. Hegel b. Engels c. Saint-Simon d. Feuerbach ____ 26. Which is the correct historical order of the British Empiricists? a. John Berkeley, David Locke, George Hume b. John Locke, David Hume, George Berkeley c. David Hume, John Berkeley, George Locke d. John Locke, George Berkeley, David Hume ____ 27. After reading ____ , Marx concluded that reality is material. a. Hegel b. Engels c. Feuerbach d. Saint-Simon ____ 28. Locke said that before we can settle philosophical agreements, we must first ____. a. study math and science b. distinguish between what we know clearly and what we know distinctly c. calculate the various consequences of holding this or that idea
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d. study the origins of our ideas ____ 29. According to Hume, ____. a. reason has no limits b. something gives order to our experience c. each experience is unique, and therefore there is no order among experiences d. the existence of the external world is known empirically ____ 30. Berkeley's formula is ____. a.
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