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This set of Modern Western Philosophy Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Modern Western Philosophy Set 11

Q1 | For ______________, knowledge is a posteriori.
Q2 | For ______________, true knowledge is a priori.
Q3 | According to Locke, qualities are divided into __________.
Q4 | ____________ is the dictum of Subjective Idealism.
Q5 | The term Tabula rasa implies the rejection of _____________.
Q6 | Mentalism is another term for _____________.
Q7 | Ideas do not exist without a perceiving mind. This is the argument of __________.
Q8 | _________ rejected the existence of a material substance apart from the perceiver’s idea.
Q9 | Hume divided all perceptions into ____________.
Q10 | __________ proposed the Law of Association of Ideas.
Q11 | According to Hume, our idea of causation is only the result of a constant __________ of ideas.
Q12 | According to Hume, our idea of causation does not imply ________.
Q13 | In Locke’s system, __________ is a primary quality.
Q14 | According to Locke, solidity and extension are ___________ qualities.
Q15 | _________ is not included in Locke’s catalogue of primary qualities.
Q16 | According to Locke, there are no _________ ideas and hence mind is a tabula rasa.
Q17 | ‘If no one perceives a thing, God always perceives everything’. This is the view of ________.
Q18 | Both Locke and Berkeley are ____________.
Q19 | ___________ ends up in skepticism regarding any certain knowledge.
Q20 | ___________ is the author of the Critique of Pure Reason.
Q21 | In a/an ___________ proposition, the predicate is part of the subject.
Q22 | ___________ knowledge is independent of sense experience.
Q23 | According to Kant, causality is a/an ____________ concept.
Q24 | Noumena refer to ___________.
Q25 | According to Kant, sensibility and __________ constitute knowledge.