Review for the final part one

Posted by Dino Annest on 8/8/2017

Sophie Final Review (part 1)



The Socratic method of learning and teaching The Acropolis & the Parthenon

The central question of Medieval philosophy Europe's first biologist

the analogy of glasses & individual perspective tabula rasa

The oracle at Delphi (& the saying above the temple entryway)


Know the author, the remainder, and the meaning of the following quote/concept:

All nature is composed of four basic _______________________

Nature consists of tiny blocks that can ______________________________

he is wisest who ____________________________________.

Women are incomplete _______________

Man is corrupted by _____________________

I think, therefore ________________________

Ideas vs. _______________

the myth of the cave dweller.

One cannot rely on his/her senses because __________________________

(applies to more than one philosopher, but go with the Greek)

Everything is made after a timeless mold or form that is ____________ & ________________

We should seek pleasure but weigh ___________________________________________  

Through _____________ & _________________, we can live a healthy and happy life.

True happiness is not found in ____________ things. We should live a life of frugality and ______________

Everything in nature has a mechanical explanation.

Man must accept his destiny, even sickness and death, as an inevitable part of nature.


Be able to contrast:

Aristotle & Plato Locke & Descartes

Descartes and Spinoza Hume & Descartes


Know the similarities between:

Descartes & Socrates


Know who below believes in God or believes he can prove/disprove the existence of (a) God:

Aristotle Kant Descartes

Thomas Aquinas Spinoza Berkeley


be able to define/explain: (according to any philosopher who may have defined the term/terms)

form  & substance Fatalism Sophists

sensation & reflection Stoics Natural Philosophers

rationalists & empiricists Hellenism Thor

deism Cynics Pantheism

dualism  (and who IS a dualist?) myth materialism

Epicureans rite Humanism

The Truth vs. Kierkegaard's truth the Baroque Idealism


St. Augustine on:

good and evil history

creation Kingdom of God


Hume's two types of perception

Hume on cause and effect