Type response in the answer line below each question. Short answer…

Question Answered step-by-step Type response in the answer line below each question. Short answer… Type response in the answer line below each question. Short answer questions, in particular, should not exceed three sentences.  For multiple choice and true or false questions, type the letter representing the best possible answer of those provided.  No other form of response is acceptable. 1. Socrates argues in the Apology that the gods gave him his “human wisdom.”TrueFalseAnswer:  2. In the Phaedo, the forms or ideas are described by Socrates as in a state of “becoming,” or coming to be by a relationship to their opposite.  True False Answer: 3. Define the concept of “law” as it appears in the philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas.Answer: 4. Aquinas defines natural law as:God’s will The constant flux of nature The human being’s participation in divine law  All of the aboveAnswer: 5. Descartes argues that the definition of thought includes:Sensory awarenessAbstract ideasWilling or denying All of the aboveAnswer: 6. Define the concept of “extension” or “body” in Descartes’ philosophy.Answer:   7. Hobbes argues that natural right and all the laws of nature are irrelevant and meaningless once inside the commonwealth.TrueFalseAnswer: 8. Hobbes argues that the purpose of the commonwealth is to:Increase the power of one’s self-preservationProtect one’s natural right To secure peace All of the above Answer: 9. According to Marx, the concept of “political emancipation” refers to the political inclusion and recognition of a particular group in a particular country by a particular state.True FalseAnswer:   10. Marx argues that when the state grants social liberties granted to citizens:It makes those civil liberties politically irrelevant  It consolidates all political power in the state itselfIt makes the state irresponsible for social inequality All of the aboveAnswer:  11.  Zizek argues that subjective violence and objective violence always occur independent of one another without intersecting in experience. TrueFalseAnswer: 12. Explain the meaning of an “anti-natural” morality in Nietzsche’s philosophy.Answer: 13. Nietzsche argues that the idea free will is an error, because it traces all of becoming back to a moral evaluation of the will.TrueFalseAnswer: 14. Horkheimer argues that only relevant function philosophy has today is to provide a unifying account of human knowledge.TrueFalseAnswer:  15. Explain what Horkheimer calls the “social function of philosophy” – what is that function?Answer: Arts & Humanities Philosophy PHL 100 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)

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