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This set of Philosophical Methods Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Philosophical Methods Set 3

Q1 | Who wrote ‘The Rules for the Direction of Mind’?
Q2 | The doubt of Descartes should not be confused with ---------------------------------.
Q3 | Logical doubt of Descartes depends on
Q4 | The thing which will resist the doubt will constitute an -------------------------------certainty.
Q5 | Hume says that all knowledge derived from
Q6 | Berkeley argues that all knowledge derived from
Q7 | Kant observed that, contradictory dogmatic philosophies inevitably lead to
Q8 | Kant believed that Hume’s -------------------------------undermined the sciences.
Q9 | Hobbs and Descartes professed----------------------------------------method
Q10 | Bacon accepted the ------------- method of natural sciences.
Q11 | Kant called his critical method by the name of ---------------------------method also
Q12 | Kant writes metaphorically--- ----------------------is a resting place for reason.
Q13 | According to Kant scepticism cannot be a ---------------------------method of philosophy.
Q14 | With the help of his Transcendental method Kant distinguished between the‘matter’ and the -----------------------------------------------------------forms of knowledge.
Q15 | Kant’s method guided the reason to
Q16 | Some thinkers observe that Kant’s ‘Transcendental method’ lacks intellectual dynamism and it holds only
Q17 | Many scholars observe ----------------------------------is a result of the application of Kant’s critical method.
Q18 | Space and time, and the categories of understanding are treated as the-------------------- of knowledge by Kant
Q19 | For Kant the terms ‘a priori’ and --------------------have one and the same meaning.
Q20 | Kant’s claim to have devised a new technique of philosophical inquiry which is
Q21 | Who used dialectics as an instrument for winning disputes?
Q22 | The first to introduce the method of dialectics is:
Q23 | The Greek word ‘dialektos’ means:
Q24 | The conversational method of Socrates took the form of .......
Q25 | The two operative terms for the possibility and development of ideas under the method of dialogue.