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Question 1.
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trains you to think clearly, analytically, and powerfully. 
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Question 2.
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A philosophy of is a collection of all the beliefs that guide an individual’s thoughts and actions. 
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Criticism is used to question and evaluate ideas, both and destructively. 
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is a Greek word for wisdom. 
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said “the unexamined life is not worth living.” 
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Question 6.
The often-unstated beliefs that underlie your point of view are called which of these?

 
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Question 7.
Reading and analyzing exceptional philosophers’ ideas prevents you from thinking philosophically.

   
 
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The question of whether there is such a thing as free will belongs to the branch of philosophy that involves issues “beyond the physical world” and is called
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Question 9.
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“The truth is , but it can be loved, and it makes free those who have loved it.”—Santayana  
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Question 10.
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The question of whether capital punishment is an acceptable practice is a(n) question. 
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Question 11.
“What is the nature of justice?” is a question political and social philosophers ask.

   
 
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Question 12.
Hume said, “Beauty in things exists in (the) ___________ which contemplates them.”

 
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The chronic ways in which people use illogical reasoning to reach conclusions are called
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Question 14.
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The man, Russell says, is one who recognizes only material needs but is oblivious of the necessity of providing food for the mind. 
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Question 15.
Viktor Frankl says that the need for meaning causes which of the following feelings in people?

 
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Question 16.
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creates a snapshot of your thinking process at a given point of time. 
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Question 17.
A critical thinker should only agree with majority opinion when the majority opinion stands up to her own analysis.

   
 
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Question 18.
Wisdom is the ability to use and apply knowledge.

   
 
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Question 19.
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One of the goals of philosophy is independence from all .  
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can be false, incomplete, or biased. 
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Question 21.
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said, “The beginning of philosophy is the recognition of conflict between opinions”. 
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To create paragraphs in your essay response, type <p> at the beginning of the paragraph, and </p> at the end.

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Question 23.
Bertrand Russell believes that the physical sciences can have an impact even on people who don’t know anything about science themselves.

   
 
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"Modern men and women are caught in a(n) vacuum, the total and ultimate meaninglessness of their lives."—Viktor Frankl 
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