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Philosophy Objective Questions and Answers | Philosophy MCQs with Answers | Quiz Set 23

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1 All the following statements are consistent with the Rationalism of Descartes : Except :
1 There exists ontological dualism of mind and body.
2 Ontological argument is there in favour of existence of God.
3 Knowledge is constituted of clear and distinct ideas.
4 The test of truth is correspondence.

Answer:The test of truth is correspondence.
2 According to Madhva – Vedanta, all the following propositions are false except :
1 The j i va is a falsification of Brahman
2 The j i va is distinct from Brahman but is entirely dependent on Brahman for everything.
3 The j i va is one with Brahman.
4 The j i va along with jagat is māyā.

Answer:The j i va is distinct from Brahman but is entirely dependent on Brahman for everything.
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3 The word Sansara in Vedanta means
1 A state of the world which is anādi but sānta.
2 The private life of individuals
3 Married life and living with children
4 Beginningless cycle of birth and death

Answer: Beginningless cycle of birth and death
4 Consider given Assertion (A) and Reason (R) and then mark the correct option as given below considering Sā khya metaphysics.
  1. Assertion (A) : All material effects are the modification (Pari āma) of Prak ti.
  2. Reason (R) : The effects pre-exist in the eternal Prak ti and come out of it at the time of ______ creation.

Code :

1 (A) is false and (R) is true and (R) provides correct explanation of (A).
2 (A) and (R) are both true, and (R) provides correct explanation of (A).
3 (A) and (R) are both true, and (R) does not provides correct explanation of (A).
4 (A) is false and (R) is true and (R) does not provide correct explanation of (A).

Answer:(A) and (R) are both true, and (R) provides correct explanation of (A).
5 Cosider given Assertion (A) and Reason (R) and then mark the correct option as given below :
  1. Assertion (A) : Vyāpti is known through Mānasapratyak a.
  2. Reason (R) : Vyapti is not a quality.

Code :

1 (A) is false and (R) is true and (R) is not a correct explanation of (A).
2 Both (A) and (R) are true, and (R) is a correct explanation of (A).
3 Both (A) and (R) are false.
4 Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is an incorrect explanation of (A).

Answer:Both (A) and (R) are false.
6 Distinction between grammatical interpretation and psychyological interpretation is advocated by :
1 Heidegger
2 Dilthey
3 Schleiermacher
4 Gadamer

Answer: Schleiermacher
7 The sattā of a king’s palace according to Śa kara is :
1 Pāramārthika
2 Prātibhāsika
3 Vyāvahārika
4 Both Pāramārthika and Vyāvahārika

Answer:Vyāvahārika
8 Duh.khābhāva resides in mukta ātmā according to nyāya by the relation of :
1 Samavāya
2 Leibnitz
3 Viśesanatā
4 Svarūpa

Answer:Svarūpa
9 The kāran.atā of the conjunction of threads in case of a cloth according to the vaiśesikas is :
1 Samavāyikāran.atā
2 Asamavāyikāran.atā
3 Nimitta kāran.atā
4 Sahakāri kāran.atā

Answer:Asamavāyikāran.atā
10 Which mūrtadravyas are nitya according to the vaiśesikas ?
1 The paramanus of Ks.iti, Apa, Teja and Maruta only
2 Manas only
3 Manas and Maruta only
4 Manas and four types of paramān.u

Answer:Manas and four types of paramān.u
11 Which code of the following represents nityādravyas of the same parimān.a according to the vaiśesi.kas ?
1 Paramānu, manas and ātman
2 Ākāśa, Kāla, and manas
3 Ākāśa, Kala and dik
4 Ākāśa, ātman and manas

Answer: Ākāśa, Kala and dik
12 Everything has a cause. How does Kant interpret it ?
1 It is the habit of the mind.
2 We have seen events being preceded by causes.
3 It is a case of preestablished harmony.
4 It is because of the application of the category of causality.

Answer:It is because of the application of the category of causality.
13 According to early Buddhism, the so called self is only an aggregate of mental states like ideas, feelings, volitions etc. A similar view was held by :
1 Berkeley
2 David Hume
3 Locke
4 Heraclitus

Answer:David Hume
14 “The mind is a bundle or collection of different perceptions, which succeed one another with an inconceivable rapidity, and are in a perpetual flux and movement” is the view held by
1 Hume
2 Hobbes
3 Leibnitz
4 Berkeley

Answer:Hume
15 “Though appearance is inconsistent with itself, and cannot, therefore, be truly real, yet it cannot be entirely divorced from reality” is the view advocated by :
1 F.H. Bradley
2 Spencer
3 Kant
4 Leibnitz

Answer:F.H. Bradley

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