Introduction To Philosophical Methods Set 6

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This set of Introduction to Philosophical Methods Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Introduction To Philosophical Methods Set 6

Q1 | The etymological meaning of Philosophy is ———
Q2 | The idol that stands for a persons individual inhibitions is known as———
Q3 | The author of Introduction to Positive Philosophy
Q4 | ——— is also known as First Philosophy
Q5 | The word aesthetics is derived from the Greek word———
Q6 | The 18th century German thinker who initiated dramatic changes in the field ofAesthetics is ———
Q7 | In the word Epistemology epistem means———
Q8 | Francis Bacon was an advocate and practitioner of ——— method
Q9 | There are ——— Systems or Schools in Indian Philosophy .
Q10 | ——— is a heterodox school
Q11 | ——— is an idealist
Q12 | ——— is a realist
Q13 | The tendency of human nature to have certain incorrect conclusions is known as ———.
Q14 | According to Comte ———is the stage of the society dominated by religion
Q15 | Bacon took up ——— ideas to build an inductive approach.
Q16 | The a priori factors in sensation are ———and ———
Q17 | A particular procedure for accomplishing or approaching something is called a ———
Q18 | A person who questions the validity or authenticity of something purporting to be factual is a ———
Q19 | According to to Kant there are ———— categories
Q20 | In the first stage of his philosophical Career Kant was a ———
Q21 | Philosopher King was the concept of ———
Q22 | ——— involves direct sense object contact
Q23 | Sense Object contact is technically called ———
Q24 | Ordinary perception is known as ———
Q25 | The higher Values in life is named as———