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SUMMATIVE TEST IN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY OF THE SUMMATIVE TEST IN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY OF THE

HUMAN PERSON (FIRST QUARTER) HUMAN PERSON (FIRST QUARTER)

I. MATCHING TYPE. Match Column A to Column B. Choose the I. MATCHING TYPE. Match Column A to Column B. Choose the
letter of meaning of the concepts in Column A provided in letter of meaning of the concepts in Column A provided in
Column B. Write only the letter of the correct answer on your test Column B. Write only the letter of the correct answer on your
notebook. test notebook.
Column A Column B Column A Column B
1. philo a. systematic 1. philo a. systematic
2. sophia b. unaided reason 2. sophia b. unaided reason
3. science c. to love 3. science c. to love
4. natural light of d. what is real 4. natural light of d. what is real
reason e. science of the beautiful reason e. science of the beautiful
5. metaphysics f. pertains to reason 5. metaphysics f. pertains to reason
6. ethics g. truth of the idea is tested by its practical 6. ethics g. truth of the idea is tested by its practical
7. epistemology consequences 7. epistemology consequences
8. pragmatism h. deals with nature, sources, limitations and 8. pragmatism h. deals with nature, sources, limitations and
9. logic validity of knowledge 9. logic validity of knowledge
10. aesthetics i. evaluates moral virtue and evaluates 10. aesthetics i. evaluates moral virtue and evaluates
human actions human actions
j. wisdom j. wisdom

II. IDENTIFICATION. Identify the philosopher/s of the following II. IDENTIFICATION. Identify the philosopher/s of the following
philosophy or concepts in philosophy of the different five philosophy or concepts in philosophy of the different five
branches. Choose from the names in the box below. branches. Choose from the names in the box below.
11. advocates the deduction method 11. advocates the deduction method
12. advocates the induction method 12. advocates the induction method
13. who devise the logical method 13. who devise the logical method
14. founder of Stoicism 14. founder of Stoicism
15. Our culture consists of the values and beliefs of our time and 15. Our culture consists of the values and beliefs of our time and
society. society.
16. He claims that everything we experience is water (“reality’) 16. He claims that everything we experience is water (“reality’)
and everything else is “appearance” and everything else is “appearance”
17. Their theories are based on unobservable entities: mind and 17. Their theories are based on unobservable entities: mind and
matter. matter.
18. To be happy is to live a virtuous life. 18. To be happy is to live a virtuous life.
19. His philosophy uses the same process as Hegel’s dialectic 19. His philosophy uses the same process as Hegel’s dialectic
process. process.
20. He perceived that reality is unchanging, eternal, immaterial 20. He perceived that reality is unchanging, eternal, immaterial
and can be detected only by the intellect. * Hans-Georg
and can be Gadamer * Zeno of Citium
detected only by the intellect.
*Aristotle * Rationalists
* Hans-Georg Gadamer * Zeno of Citium *Empirists * F. Sionil Jose
*Aristotle * Rationalists *William Edward Burghardt Du Bois* Socrates
*Empirists * F. Sionil Jose * Plato * Thales
*William Edward Burghardt Du Bois* Socrates *Idealists and Materialists * Greek philosophers
* Plato * Thales
*Idealists and Materialists * Greek philosophers

III. ENUMERATION. Give what is asked in each number. III. ENUMERATION. Give what is asked in each number.
21-23. Give the essential characteristic of a study that can be 21-23. Give the essential characteristic of a study that can be
considered as a science considered as a science
24-27. Give the four first cause or highest principle in 24-27. Give the four first cause or highest principle in
philosophy philosophy
28-30. Give the three importance of aesthetics as a branch of 28-30. Give the three importance of aesthetics as a branch of
philosophy philosophy