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______1.It is an activity that requires a person to examine his or her thoughts, feelings and actions and learn from experience.

A. reflection C. wondering

B. questioning D. reasoning


______2. What is the science and art of correct thinking?

A. Ethics C. Metaphysics

B. Aesthetics D. Logic


______3. The type of philosophical reflection which trains the mind to think logically. It is also the ability of the mind to construct and evaluate arguments

A. Secondary reflection C. Primary reflection

B. Tertiary reflection D. all of the above


______4. One of the triumvirate Greek philosophers who pioneered a method of argument called dialectic.

A. Plato C. Pythagoras

B Socrates D. Aristotle


______5. This is the process of thinking about something in a logical way in order to form a conclusion or judgement.

A. reasoning C. intuition

B. proposition D. reflection


______6. It is a term used to describe a method of philosophical argument that involves some sort of contradictory process between opposing sides.

A. deductive C. Inductive

B. dialectic D. reflective


______7. It is the idea that various systems (e.g. physical, biological, social) should be viewed as wholes, not merely as a collection of parts.

A. holism C. existentialism

B. idealism D. rationalism


______8. According to Gabriel Marcel this type of reflection enables us to look deeper into our experiences and see the bigger picture of reality.

A. Secondary reflection C. Primary reflection

B. Tertiary reflection D. all of the above


______9. The western philosophical tradition originated in______.

A. Greece C. India

B. China D. Egypt


_____10. What is the branch of Philosophy that studies the nature and means of human knowledge?

A. Metaphysics C. Politics

B. Ethics D. Epistemology


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1. What do you notice from the picture?

2. Did anyone get the correct answer? Why or why not?

3. What does this picture imply about our effort to understand the realities of life or answer our perennial problems?

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