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Delve Into Philosophy - 1

This quiz asks questions about philosophical concepts and philosophers. Hence, it can help you to learn more about philosophy and its history.


 

Quiz ID:#4830
Fun:** (1.81)
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Category:Humanities > Philosophy
Created By:SS_briangleAgb**!

 

 

 



#1   He worked on logic, philosophy of language, philosophy of mathematics, and philosophy of mind. His most famous book has the name "Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus". Who is this Austrian philosopher?







#2   Which of the following philosophers is NOT an empiricist?






#3   He is Socrates's student and Aristotle's teacher. He founded the "Academy" in Athens and wrote philosophical dialogues to explain his philosophy. Who is this ancient Greek philosopher?







#4   Which of the following philosophies states that the search of mankind for the meaning of the universe will finally fail?







#5   Which of the following is a Muslim philosopher who has a significant influence on Sufism and has received the title "Proof of Islam"?







#6   Which of the following is NOT an eastern philosophy?







#7   Which of the following books is NOT written by Nietzsche?







#8   He started his studies as a rationalist but was later influenced by an empiricist philosopher. Then, he amalgamated both philosophies which yielded a new philosophy. Who is this philosopher?







#9   To which of the following philosophers does the quote "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." belong?







#10   He taught philosophy and mathematics at Harvard University. A computer program that outputs its source code is called by his name. Who is this American philosopher?







 

 


   



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