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J.M.J. Marist Brothers
Koronadal City
Name: ________________________
1st Periodical Examination
Mr. Laurence N. Balo
Strand and Section: _______________
August 13-16, 2019
Philo 1
(Introduction to the Philosophy of Human Person)
I.SENTENCE COMPLETION: Complete the sentence by giving the missing term or
concept. Write only the LETTER of your answer. (20 points)
A. Perennial
F. Theocentrism
K. Rationalism
P. Questions
B. Empiricism
G. Dasein
L. Futility
Q. Intuition
C. Anthropocentrism
H. Reason
M. Therefore
R. Oriental
D. Eastern
I. Ancient
N. Embodied Spirit S. Beliefs
E. The Republic
J. Statements
O. Sophists
T. Epistemology
U. Positional
1. Philosophy is the study that seeks for the ultimate causes and principles of all
things in reality in the light of ____________ alone.
2. Philosophical questions are ______________ questions that have puzzled
people before and continue to interest people in this post-modern time.
3. Plato’s Allegory of the Cave is found in the Book VII of his work entitled
4. Philosophy does not provide definite answers. Because of this, philosophy was
charged of __________.
5. A group of intellectuals who are good in public speaking and assumes that all
truths are relative are the ______________.
6. Chinese philosophy is an example of _____________ philosophy.
7. The meaning and value of actions done to people or the environment are all
attributed to God. This view is called ____________.
8. The philosophical view that puts humans in the center of philosophical inquiry is
called ____________.
9. Linguistic expressions whose function is to advance a claim about the world are
called ________________.
10. A view on soul claims that the body and the spirit cannot exist independently of
one another is called _____________.
11. A general type of philosophy that distinguishes philosophy according to the
proposed solutions for issues is _____________.
12. Learning is based on our observations and perception and knowledge is not
possible without experience. This school of thought is called ____________.
13. A German term coined by Martin Heidegger which means being-in-the-world is
14. One distinct feature of philosophy concerns the kind of ______________ that it
15. The sources, nature and validity of human knowledge is being studied in
16. There is no dichotomy between philosophy and religion in the ____________
worldview of philosophy.
17. Cosmology is the center of philosophizing in the __________ period of
18. A school of thought holds that human knowledge is gained through a priori (prior
to experience) or rational insight as distinct from sense experience is
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J.M.J. Marist Brothers
Koronadal City
Name: ________________________
1st Periodical Examination
Mr. Laurence N. Balo
Strand and Section: _______________
August 13-16, 2019
19. A method of truth that states that a person immediately knows the truth of
something without going through the process of observation and reasoning is
20. An argument must begin with the premises and end with the conclusion that is
introduced by the conclusion indicator _____________.
II. MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE: Read each statement and write TRUE if the statement
is correct. If FALSE, change the identified word or phrase to make the statement
true. (20 points)
1. A statement is correct if it corresponds with the rules of a relevant discipline.
2. Analytic truth adds something to our knowledge of the world
3. Rene Descartes considers res cogitans a being that doubts, understands, affirms
and denies.
4. Philosophy is a process of accepting our socio-cultural conditionings.
5. Self-consciousness is the consciousness of one’s consciousness.
6. Aristotle in his De Anima, said that animals have sensitive soul.
7. To rationalize means to pursue knowledge for the sake of knowledge.
8. Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas believe on the embodied spirit view on the
9. In Plato’s Allegory of the Cave, he divided reality into two namely the world of
forms and the world of ideas.
10. Knowledge is justified true belief.
III. CONVERSION: Identify whether the deductive form of reasoning is VALID or
INVALID. If VALID, convert it INVALID and vice versa. (10 points)
All cellphones are gadgets
All gadgets are electronic
Therefore, all cellphones are electronic
All teachers are educators
Edmar is an educator
Therefore, Edmar is a teacher
IV. ENUMERATION: Give what is asked (10 points)
1-5. List 5 major achievements of Philosophy
6-7. Give the two bearers of truth
8-10. List three external questions
IV. ESSAY: Answer the questions briefly but substantially. (20 points)
1. How do you account the statement “The cessation of questioning will only bring
stagnation and arresting of growth.”?
2. What philosophical position on the possibility of human freedom do you agree with?
Substantiate your answer.
V. CREATING: Make a comic strip about Plato’s Allegory of the Cave. (10 points)
“No one care how much you know, until they know how much you care.”
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
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