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Department Of Education

Region IV-A (CALABARZON)


Division of Cavite

2nd QUARTER EXAMINATION


INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY OF THE HUMAN PERSON

NAME: _________________________ DATE :


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SECTION: ______________________ SCORE:
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I-MULTIPLE CHOICE
Direction: Choose the letter of the correct answer. Write it on the spaces
provided before each number.

1. Who stated that “The power of change, however cannot be done by human beings alone, but
it is achieved through cooperation with God”.
A. Jean Paul Sartre B. Socrates C. Thomas Aquinas D. Thomas Hobbes
2. Who stated that “The human person desire to be God the desire to exist as a being which has
sufficient ground it itself”.
A. Jean Paul Sartre B. Socrates C. Thomas Aquinas D. Thomas Hobbes
3. Who stated that “To end the continuous and self destructive condition of warfare, humanity
founded the state with its sovereign power of control by means of a mutual consent”.
A. Jean Paul Sartre B. Socrates C. Thomas Aquinas D. Thomas Hobbes
4. It is defined as the existence of God as a first cause of all God’s creation, human beings have
the unique power to change themselves and things around them for the better.
A. Power of Volition B. Will C. Spiritual Freedom D. Individual Freedom
5. It is defined as the human person desire to be God the desire to exist as a being which has
sufficient ground it itself”.
A. Power of Volition B. Will C. Spiritual Freedom D Individual Freedom
6. It is defined as the very core and the door to authentic existence.
A. Freedom B. Will C. Spiritual Freedom D. Individual Freedom
7. It is realized only in deeds that are committed alone in absolute freedom and responsibility
and which, therefore the character of true creation.
A. Authentic Existence B. Freedom C. Will D. Individual Freedom
8. It is considered as a mutual transferring of rights.
A. Contract B. Freedom C. Will D. Individual Freedom
9. It is a precept or general rule established by reason, by which a person is forbidden to do that
which is destructive of his life or takes away the means of preserving the same and to omit
that by which he thinks it may be best preserved.
A. Law of Nature B. Freedom C. Will D. Individual Freedom
10. It is defined as person first, exists, encounters himself and surges up in the world then defines
himself afterward. The person is nothing else but that what he makes of himself.
A. Existence Precedes Essence B. Freedom C. Will D. Power of Volition
11. They are considered as always particular acts are in our power and we are responsible for
them.
A. Will B. Freedom C. Moral Acts D. Power of Volition
12. It is considered as an instrument of free choice.
A. Will B. Freedom C. Moral Acts D. Power of Volition
13. Sharing the subjective states by two or more individuals. Subjective based on feelings or
opinion rather than facts.
A. Will B. Intersubjectivity C. Moral Acts D .Power of Volition
14. Who stated that “Human as rational animal he maintains that the human person is the one
who exist and acts”.
A. Pope John Paul II B. Martin Heidegger C. Rene Descartes D. Leonardo Da Vinci
15. Who stated that “A conversation attempts to articulate who and what we are not as particular
individuals but as human beings. We are human beings who care about more than information
and gratification”.
A. Pope John Paull II B. Martin Heidegger C. Rene Descartes D. Leonardo Da Vinci
16. A philosopher begins his reflection by doubting everything.
A. Pope John Paul II B. Martin Heidegger C. Rene Descartes D. Leonardo Da Vinci
17. He is the one who illustrated Vitruvius principle that a well built human hands and feet
extended fits perfectly into a circle.
A. Pope John Paul II B. Martin Heidegger C. Rene Descartes D. Leonardo Da Vinci
18. A creation of Pope John Paul II that criticizes the traditional definition of human as a rational
animal he maintains that the human person is the one who exists and acts.
A. Fidel et ratio B. Pides et ratio C. Rep Ipsa Loquitur D. Fides et ratio
19. Who stated that human existence is exhibited in care”. Care is understood in terms of finite
temporality, which reaches with death”.
A. Pope John Paul II B. Martin Heidegger C. Rene Descartes D. Leonardo Da Vinci
20. It is defined as mutual transferring of rights.
A. Freedom B. Will C. Contract D. Power of Volition
21. He define Social Contract Theory as the state owes its origin to a social contract freely
entered into by members. A human being is born free and good. Now, he is in chains and has
become bad due to evil influence of society, civilization, learning, and progress.
A. Socrates B. Thomas Hobbes C. Jean Rousseau D. Aristotle
22. Who stated that “No human being should become an end to him/herself. We are responsible
to our neighbors as we are to our won actions”.
A. St. Augustine of Hippo B. Socrates C. Thomas Hobbes D. Aristotle
23. Who stated that “it is not the external world, as such that deepest truth for us at all; it is the
inner structure of the human spirit that merely expresses itself in the visible nature about us”.
A. Immanuel Kant B. Socrates C. St. Augustine of Hippo D. Aristotle
24. He convinced the correctness of this new way of seeing the world and invented the telescope.
A. Immanuel Kant B. Galileo Galilei C. Aristotle D. Socrates
25. He stated that Knowledge is virtue; ignorance is vice and considered as a great teacher in
Athens around 469 BC believes that knowing oneself is a condition to solve the present
problem.
A. Aristotle B. Galileo Galilei C. Socrates D. Thomas Hobbes
26. He stated that “Human beings therefore are in constant contemplation of the truth since the
things we see here on earth are merely shadows of the real truth in the world of Ideas”.
A. Plato B. Aristotle C. Socrates D. Hobbes
27. He stated that “everything in nature seeks to realize itself to develop its potentialities and
finally realize its actualities. All things have to develop its actualities”.
A. Plato B. Aristotle C. Socrates D. Hobbes
28. He created the Birth of Tragedy which analyzes the art of Athenian tragedy as the product of
the Greeks’ deep and non-evasive thinking about the meaning of life in the face of extreme
vulnerability.
A. Friedrich Nietzsche B. Aristotle C. Socrates D. Hobbes
29. An admirer of Kant, utilized Kant’s distinction between noumenal and the phenomenal realms
to explain the source of human ignorance.
A. Aristotle B. Arthur Schopenhauer C. Socrates D. Hobbes
30. He stated that “Freedom is not due to a will to be free as for Aristotle or Sartre but to certain
behavioral processes characteristic of the human organism, the chief effect of which is the
avoidance of escape from aversive features of the environment”.
A. Martin Buber B. B.F Skinner C. Socrates D. Hobbes
31. Presented his philosophy through a dialogue a philosophical theory that showed a particular
interaction where the parties involved develop a connection or relationship.
A. Martin Buber B. B.F Skinner C. Socrates D. Hobbes
32. He stands as an example of a science in the throes of revolution, critical and yet self assured
and dogmatic, opening up new visions of the world and living the thinking world in general to
assimilate these changes and make of them the best it can.
A. Nicolas Copernicus B. B.F Skinner C. Socrates D. Hobbes
33. He defined artificial intelligence as a science and engineering of making intelligent machines.
A. Nicolas Copernicus B. John McCarthy C. Martin Buber D. Plato
34. It is more than an idle but a dialog this means that humanity is progressively attuned to
communication about being.
A. Conversation B. Language C. Dialog D. Authentic Dialog
35. It is a tool for communication, information, and social interaction.
A. Conversation B. Language C. Dialog D. Authentic Dialog
36. It is a conversation that is attuned to each other and to whatever they are talking about
A. Conversation B. Language C. Dialog D. Authentic Dialog
37. It entails a person to person, a mutual sharing of ourselves, acceptance and sincerity.
A. Conversation B. Language C. Dialog D. Authentic Dialog
38. It is not a one way process but comprises the multilateral interactions among global systems,
local practices, transnational trends and personal lifestyle.
A. Industrial Revolution B. Globalization C. Naturalism D. Humanism
39. It is a movement in which machine changed people’s way of life as well as their methods of
manufacture attributes.
A. Industrial Revolution B. Globalization C. Naturalism D. Humanism
40. Branch of computer science or study and design of intelligent agents where an intelligent
agent is a system that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chances
of success.
A. Artificial Intelligence B. Globalization C. Naturalism D. Humanism
41. The human person as a subject, who is a being different from things or from objects. The
human person experiences his wholeness not in virtue of his relation to one’ s self but in
virtue of his relation to another self.
A. I thou B. En-soi C. I-it D. Pour-soi
42. It is a person to thing, subject to object that is merely experiencing and using; lacking
directedness and mutuality.
A. I thou B. En-soi C. I-it D. Pour-soi
43. The philosophy of this first age lived in a world where two things seemed clear Nature is full
of facts which conform fatally to exact and irreversible law. Human beings live best under a
strong, benevolently dictatorial civil government.
A. Artificial Intelligence B. Globalization C. Naturalism D. Humanism
44. Reflection is now more an inner study an analysis of the mind, than an examination of the
business of physical science.
A. Artificial Intelligence B. Globalization C. Naturalism D. Humanism
45. It signifies the permeable and dense, silent and dead. From them comes no meaning, they
only are. It only find meaning through the human person the one and only
A. I thou B. En-soi C. I-it D. Pour-soi
46. The world only has meaning according to what the person gives to it.
A. I thou B. En-soi C. I-it D. Pour-soi
47. It is a term which means “to become its essence”.
A. Enetelechy B. Entelehcy C. Entelechy D. Enetchely
48. It is defined as there must be something that is actual motion and which is moved by nothing
external.
A. Possibility B. Facticity C. Unmoved Mover D. Fallenness
49. It is defined as when humanity gets projected ahead of itself. Entities that are encountered are
transformed merely as ready to hand for service.
A. Possibility B. Facticity C. Unmoved Mover D. Fallenness
50. It is defined as when a person is not pure possibility but factual possibility: possibilities open
to him at any time conditioned and limited by circumstances.
A. Possibility B. Facticity C. Unmoved Mover D. Fallenness
51. It’s defined as humanity flees from the disclosure of anxiety to lose oneself in absorption with
instrumental world or to bury oneself in the anonymous impersonal existence of the mass
where no one is responsible.
A. Possibility B. Facticity C. Unmoved Mover D. Fallenness
52. It is a method that answer the student direct or implied questions fills the void ignorance with
information proceeds by analogy and illustration or clears the ground for exposition by
demonstrating that some of the beliefs or assumptions.
A. Expository method B. Socratic method C. Ironic Process D. Maieutic Process
53. It is a method that assess by questions the character of the student and to set him problems,
exhort him to reduce each problem to its constituent elements and criticize the solutions that
he offers.
A. Expository method B. Socratic method C. Ironic Process D. Maieutic Process
54. A process that serves the learner to seek for knowledge by ridding the mind of prejudices and
then humbly accepting his ignorance.
A. Expository method B. Socratic method C. Ironic Process D. Maieutic Process
55. It is employed after the first process has cleared the mind of the learner of the ignorance and
then draws truth out of the learner’s mind. This can be done by means of a dialog or a
conversation.
A. Expository method B. Socratic method C. Ironic Process D. Maieutic Process
56. This complex and interrelated series of changes in humanity’s way of life
A. Naturalism B. Humanism C. Modernization D. Technology
57. It is considered not only a copy of the first nature but a replacement of nature itself.
A. Naturalism B. Humanism C. Modernization D. Technology
58. He concluded that caution must be exercised in assigning collective responsibility since this
notion has no sense from either the judicial, moral, or metaphysical point of view.
A. Martin Buber B. Immanuel Kant C. Thomas Hobbes D. Karl Jaspers
59. He stated that “The search for a home in the wilderness, a harmony in disharmony takes
place through a reflective process that Marcel calls secondary reflection”.
A. Gabriel Marcel B. Immanuel Kant C. Martin Buber D. Karl Jaspers
60. The book created by Plato which defines “Justice”.
A. The Republikan B. The Republic C. The Justice D. The Constitution