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Choose the correct answer 1. The classical Greek notion of humanities was a) To improve our social world b) To provide a basis of a broad education to Greek citizens c) To demarcate the natural world and social world. 2. The term humanities during the Italian Renaissance appeared a) In relation to the education of liberal arts b) In relation to the education of social science. c) In relation to the education of Christians for their moral and spiritual development. d) None of the above. 3. Today the term humanities refer to those disciplines of knowledge which are concerned with a) Human thoughts, creative expressions and culture. b) Psychological and physiological aspects of man c) Study of the natural world d) Study of the social world. 4. -------------------------is recognized as part of the humanities. a) Physics

b) Geography

c) Economics

d) Philosophy

5. The concern of humanities is a) To give a knowledge of the natural world. b) To give a knowledge of the biological properties of man c) To create an intellectual and spiritual sense of the lived –world. d) To explain the structure of society. Methodology and Perspectives of Humanities and Philosophy     



6. Science can be defined as a) A systematic study of all things, natural and social. b) A branch of knowledge which explores the process of how human beings construct a world of meanings and interpretations. c) A study of human conditions in it’s entirety. d) A study of the meaning, purpose and goals of human conditions. 7. Scientific knowledge can be defined as a) A set of methods that are creative and speculative in nature. b) A set of verified and verifiable statements about all phenomena. c) Stories, ideas and words that help us to make sense of our lives and our world. d) An important tool in the production and reproduction of meanings of culture, literature and history. 8. The scientific method involves a) Generating testable hypotheses in order to make predictions. b) Methods that are speculative in nature c) Analysis and exchange of ideas rather than the causal and quantitative explanations. d) Answering questions such as what is right or wrong. 9. -------------------------is the hallmark of scientific exercise. a) Imaginatively interpreting and expressing the meanings of lived in experiences. b) Empirical proof. c) Narrative imagination. d) None of the above. 10. Empirical proof is a) Objective truth which is verifiable through sense experience. b) Subjective truth which is verifiable through speculation. c) Creative and speculative in nature. d) Analysis and exchange of ideas. 11. Scientific method focuses on -----------------------. a) Creative expressions and culture. b) The process of creative intervention and culture. c) Imaginative interpretation. d) Accuracy and objectivity. 12. The scientific study of the external, natural world is termed a) Social science

b) Mathematical science

c) Natural science

d) Political science

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13. ---------------------is a natural science. a) Philosophy

b) Physics

c) Sociology

d) History

14. Phenomena that exist as a result of human interaction is called a) Natural phenomena

b) Scientific phenomena

c) Social phenomena

d) None of the above

15. ---------------------is a social science. a) Biology

b) Chemistry

c) Sociology

d) Mathematics

16. Study of human conditions in it’s entirety is called a) Social science

b) Natural science

c) Political science

d) Humanities

17. ---------------------is considered to be the central humanities discipline. a) Economics

b) History

c) Biology

d) Philosophy

18. Humanities employ methods that are a) Empirical in nature

b) Creative and speculative in nature

c) Objective and accurate in nature

d) Generating testable hypothesis

19. The role of meaning, purpose and goals of human condition is emphasized by a) Anthropology

b) Psychology

c) Humanities

d) Natural Science

20. Narrative imagination is an important tool employed by a) Social science

b) Natural science

c) Humanities

d) None of the above

21. Scientific method aim at arriving at a) Absolute certainty

b) Probable certainty

c) Absolute truth

d) None of the above

22. Fact means a) Something that can be shown to be true, to exist. b) Supposition or belief about something c) Something having subjective or infinite existence d) None of the above 23. The author of the book What is History is a) Hayden White c) H.G.Gadamer

b) E.H. Carr d) Auguste Compte

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24. “History is a continuous process of interaction between the historian and facts” The statement is by a) H.G.Gadamer

b) Wilhelm Dilthey

c) E.H.Carr

d) None of the above

25. ---------------------are essentially self-reflective in character a) Social sciences

b) Natural sciences

c) Humanities

d) None of the above

26. The fundamental question what it means to be human, is answered by a) Natural sciences

b) Social sciences

c) Humanities

d) None of the above

27. ----------------is an advocate of positivism a) E.H.Carr

b) H.G.Gadamer

c) Wilhelm Dilthey

d) Auguste Compte.

28. ------------------is the founding father of sociology a) E.H.Carr

b) Wilhelm Dilthey

c) Auguste Compte

d) H.G.Gadamer

29. Positivism gave importance to a) Spiritual metaphysics b) Use of natural science methods in studting social sciences c) Theology d) None of the above 30. “Social sciences ought to study and explain values without being judgmental about them”. The view is expressed by a) Auguste Compte

b) Emile Durkheim

c) Max Weber

d) H.G.Gadamer

31. The term ideology is coined by a) Louis Althusser

b) Karl Marx

c) Engels

d) Destutt de Tracy

32. The author of the book German Ideology a) Louis Althusser

b) Max Weber

c) Karl Marx and Angels

d) Terry Eagleton

33. “The ruling ideas are the ideas of the ruling class” refers to a) The term ideology used by the Marxist Ideology. b) The term ideology used by the Rationalists c) The term ideology used by the Empiricists d) None of the above Methodology and Perspectives of Humanities and Philosophy     



34. Ideology as a sort of false- consciousness refers to a) The idealistic notion of reality b) The Kantian notion of a-priori c) The Hegelian idea of the Absolute d) The term ideology used by the Marxist theory. 35. Ideology as a sort of false-consciousness used by the Marxist theory, means a) Ideas are independent of objects b) Consciousness is primary and objects are secondary c) Something that mystifies and hides the reality of the actual material conditions of society d) None of the above 36. Ideology is more than just a ruling belief system To whom this statement is related to a) E.H.Carr b) c) Max weber

b) Terry Eagleton d) Auguste compte

37. The auther of the book, Ideology:An Introduction a) Louis Althusser

b) Fredric Jameson

c) Terry Eagleton

b) John B. Thompson

38. Empirically provable/proven ideas is the characteristic of a) Science

b) Humanities

c) Mathematics

d) Ethics

39. The subject matter can all be studied and examined from outside. This characteristic applies to a) Humanities

b) Natural science

c) Aesthetics

d) None of the above

40. Humanities explore the process of a) Generating testable hypothesis b) Arriving at absolute truth unshakable by criticism c) How human beings construct a world of meanings and interpretation around their lives d) Acquiring knowledge through direct observation of phenomena 41. As a continuous and cumulative activity, science engages in a) Formulation of causal explanations b) Analysis and exchange of ideas c) Answering questions such as what is right or what is wrong. d) Emphasizing the role of meaning, purpose and goals of human condition.

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42. The data can be quantified, selected and classified in the most objective manner. This is a characteristic of a) Mathematical science

b) Natural science

c) Humanities

d) Aesthetics

43. When social behavior of human beings is explained and predicted with the help of scientific methods, the body of knowledge thus created is called a) Natural science

b) Humanities

c) Social science

d) Philosophy

44. A synthesis of all forms of exact and inexact knowledge, and historically the source of all the sciences as well as social sciences is called a) History

b) Psychology

c) Economics

d) Philosophy

45. ‘Facts cannot be conceived without an inherent framework of interpretation and value-judgment’. The view is expressed by a) Auguste Compte

b) Max Weber

c) Louis Althusser

d) E.H.Carr

46. Aggregate or set of beliefs about things, objects, ideas, or actions that are considered preferable to others, are called a) Tastes

b) Values

c) Ideologies

d) Facts

47. ------------is a set of ideas, which provide a theoretical and operational framework for thought or action. a) Taste

b) Value

c) Ideology

d) Fact

48. Destutte de Tracy coined the term ideology as a) The science of ideals

b) The science of Idols

c) The science of ideas

d) The science of reason

49. ’Ideology is not simply a distorted representation of reality by which a ruling class exploits a subjected class, but plays an active constitutive role in social formation by affecting the material conditions themselves.’ The view is expressed by a) Max Weber

b) Louis Althusser

c) Feminists

d) Karl Marx and Angels

50. ‘All ruling ideas are nothing but a super structural expression of the dominant material condition in society.’ This view of ideology was expressed by a) Karl Marx and Angels

b) Max Weber

c) Radicals

d) Feminists

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51. The etymological meaning of the term Philosophy is a) Love of wisdom

b) Love of thought

c) Love of life

d) Love of prosperity

52. Who was the first philosopher used the term philosophy? a) Socrates

b) Plato

c) Pythagoras

d) Descartes

53. “A philosopher is one whose attention is fixed on reality rather than appearance”, this was the opinion of a) John Locke

b) Plato

c) Aristotle

d) Spinoza

54. Philosophy undertakes a--------- of the grounds on which beliefs are held. a) Criticism

b) Appraisal

c) Evaluation

d) Critical examination.

55. The term ‘Metaphysics’ literally means a) Before physics

b) Beyond nature

c) Beyond physics

d) Beyond perception.

56. The term metaphysics was first used by a) Thales

b) Andronicus

c) Russell

d) Berkeley.

57. Metaphysical method can be considered as a) A priori

b) A posteriori

c) Scientific

d) Mathematical.

58. Materialism attributes -------- a primary position. a) Mind

b) God

c) Spirit

d) Matter.

59. According to materialism all events are due to the interaction of --------and ---------. a) God and soul

b) Soul and body

c) Matter and motion

d) God and motion.

60. Idealism considers ultimate reality as a) Material c) Absolute

b) Spiritual d) Material and spiritual

61. Realism is a philosophical position which considers that the external world is a) Unreal

b) Neither real nor unreal

c) Real

d) Both real and unreal.

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62. Epistemology can also be termed as a) Theory of knowledge

b) Theory of truth

c) Theory of error

d) Theory of causation.

63. Knowledge is a relation between a) Object and object

b) Subject and object

c) Subject and subject

d) Soul and matter.

64. According to rationalism the universal attributes of true knowledge can be deduced only from a) Matter

b) World itself

c) Dream

d) Mind itself.

65. The first principles of the world which are recognized as true by reason have their source in a) World

b) Heaven

c) Sleep

d) Reason.

66. Empiricism holds that ------------ is the only source of knowledge. a) Reason

b) Intuition

c) Experience

d) Revelation.

67. ----------- is a leading figure of modern empiricism. a) John Locke

b) Immanuel Kant

c) Spinoza

d) Leibnitz

68. Those who insist that what cannot be traced to specific sense experiences is not true knowledge are called a) Rationalists

b) Radical empiricists

c) Pragmatists

d) Intuitionists.

69. The Latin word ethos means a) Soul

b) World

c) God

d) Character.

70. Ethics is a ---------- science. a) Normative

b) Positive

c) Descriptive

d) Mental.

71. Conduct is a collective name for a) Voluntary actions c) Reflex actions

b) Non-voluntary actions d) Wrong actions.

72. The concepts of reward and punishment presuppose the a) Cause of action

b) Freedom of will

c) Freedom of agreement

d) Wrongness of action

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73. Moral good is that which satisfies a) Friends

b) Relatives

c) Desire

d) Moral will.

74. The Latin word rectus means a) According to decision c) According to law

b) According to conscience d) According to tradition.

75. A ----------action is in some way fitting to the circumstance. a) Wrong c) Bad

b) Right d) Immoral

76. The word virtue is used for ----------- of any kind. a) Excellence

b) Duty

c) Good

d) Character.

77. Who is the author of the book “A Study in Moral Theory.” a) J.S. Mill

b) Bentham

c) Hume

d) Laird

78. The three process of thinking are a) Dreaming, waking, and deep sleep

b) Walking, running, and talking

c) Conception, judgment, and reasoning

d) Intuition, apprehension, and revelation.

79. The process of comparing concepts or ideas is called a) Reasoning

b) Concluding

c) Evaluating

d) Judgment.

80. The process of passing from certain known judgment to a new judgment is called a) Induction

b) Apprehension

c) Reasoning

d) Thinking

81. The proposition “All men are mortal”, is an example for-------------- proposition. a) Conditional

b) Hypothetical

c) Disjunctive

d) Categorical

82. The proposition “If there is a rain then the ground is wet”, is an example for------------proposition. a) Categorical

b) Conditional

c) Hypothetical

d) Conjunctive

83. The verbal expression of a concept is called a a) Phrase

b) Clause

c) Term

d) Argument.

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84. The verbal expression of a judgment is called a a) Term

b) Proposition

c) Argument

d) Mood.

85. The argument is the verbal expression of a a) Reasoning

b) Thinking

c) Feeling

d) Knowing

86. The statement of relation between terms is a a) Argument

b) Proposition

c) Condition

d) Fallacy

87. The inferred proposition of an argument is called. a) Term

b) Statement

c) Premise

d) Conclusion

88. Propositions which form the basis of the conclusion of an argument are called a) Reasoning

b) Premises

c) Terms

d) Judgment.

89. The process of drawing conclusion from specific evidence is a) Induction

b) Deduction

c) Definition

d) Classification

90. Inductive arguments are characterized as a) Right or wrong

b) Good or bad

c) Proper or improper

d) Strong or weak

91. The defining characteristic of a valid deduction is its a) Uncertainty

b) Truth

c) Certainty

d) Goodness

92. Deductive arguments are typically a) Analytic

b) Synthetic

c) Conditional

d) A priori

93. There are ----------- terms in a categorical syllogism a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) Four

94. That term which appears in the premises and not in the conclusion of a categorical syllogism is a) Major term

b) Minor term

c) Copula

d) Middle term

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95. The major term is the ------------term of the conclusion a) Subject

b) Predicate

c) Copula

d) Middle

96. The subject term of the conclusion is the a) Minor term

b) Major term

c) Middle term

d) None of these

97. A categorical syllogism consists of ------------ propositions a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) Four

98. In a categorical syllogism each term appears a) Thrice

b) Twice

c) Once

d) Four times

99. The philosophy is termed in Indian literature as a) Darsana

b) Purana

c) Veda

d) Guna

100. The system of Indian logic is a) Nyaya

b) Sankhya

c) Yoga

d) Vedanta

101. Indian epistemology is seriously concerned with the a) Problem of error b) Investigation of the sources of cognition c) Enquiry into the nature and the criterion of knowledge d) All the above 102.

Yatharthajnana is known as

a) False cognition

b) Doubtful cognition

c) True cognition

d) None of these

103. Prama meansa) Valid presentative cognition c) invalid preventative cognition 104. Aparma means-

b) Invalid representative cognition d) None of these

a) Valid Knowledge

b) Invallid knowledge

c) Truth

d) None of these

105. The pramana in Indian philosophy implies a) Means of knowledge

b) Means of valid knowledge

c) Means of invalid knowledge

d) The theory to be known

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106. Which among the following means of knowledge is prama? a) Samsaya b) Pratyksa c) Error

d) Tarka

107. The number of pramanas accepted by Carvaka a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) Four

108. Which one of the pramana the Carvaka Buddha and Vaisenka do not recognize? a) Perception

b) Inference

c) Subda

d) Comparison

109. In Perception the object is conveyed to sense through an unusual medium a) Laukila

b) Alukika

c) External

d) None of these

110. Samanya laksana comes under a) Extra ordinary perception

b) Ordinary perception

c) Inference

d) None of these

111. According to Nyaya the contact of the object with the sense organs are of -----------kinds a) Five kinds

b) Six kinds

c) Four kinds

d) None of these

112. Which among the following anumanas are based on causation? a) Purvavat and sesavat

b) Samayatodrsta

c) Comparison

d) None of these

113. Drstarth and adrstarth are the two kinds of a) Perception

b) Verbal testimony

c) Comparison

d) None of these

114. Which among the following means of knowledge is produced by the knowledge of resemblance or similarity a) Pratyaksa

b) Anumana

c) Upamana

d) Sabda

115. The admission of ---------------- is a necessity when there arises a conflict between two well known facts followed by a demand for the resolution a) Anumana

b) Upamana

c) Presumption

d) None of these

116. The theory of error accepted by Nyaya is known as ---a) Akhyati

b) Anyathakhyati

c) Viparitaklyati

d) None of these

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117. Akhyativada has been advocated by a) Prabhakara

b) Kumarila

c) Sankara

d) None of these

118. In the ‘rope-snake’ illusion according to Advaita Vedanta a) The snake is conceal

b) The snake is real

c) The snake isneither real or un real

d) The snake is dreamt

119. Mimamsaka accept a) Paratah Pramanyaveda

b) Svatah Pramanya Veda

c) Truth

d) None of these

120. Svatah literally means a) From with in

b) From without

c) Prama

d) None of these

121. The knowledge through the past memories is called a) Anubhava

b) Smriti

c) Truth

d) None of these

122. Tatvatitat prakaraka advocates a) Nyaya

b) Buddhism

c) Advaita

d) None of these

123. Non-contradictedness is advocated by a) Buddhism

b) Nyaya

c) Advaita

d) None of these

124. Perception is a cognition which is fee free from any concept a) Visadam pratyaksam

b) Aparsksa

c) Kalpanapodham

d) None of these

125. Asatkhyati veda has been advocated by a) Prabhakara

b) Madhyamika

c) Kumarila

d) None of these

126. Atmakhyat has been advocated by a) Yogacara Buddhism

b) Nyaya

c) Ramanuja

d) None of these

127. Prmata means a) Means of knowledge

b) The knowable

c) The knower

d) None of these

128. Paratah literally means a) From with in

b) From without

c) Aprama

d) None of these

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129. Nyaya divides ordinary perception into a) Indeterminate and determinate

b) Manasa and bhahya

c) Samanya

d) None of these

130. Nirvikalpa pratyaksa means a) Indeterminate

b) Determinate

c) Jnana laksana

d) None of these

131. Savikalpa pratyaksa means a) Determinate

b) Indeterminate

c) Samanyalaksana

d) None of these

132. Prameya means a) Means of knowledge

b) The knowable

c) The knower

d) None of these

133. There are mainly ---------------- theories of false cognition based on the nature of the contact of error a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) four

134. The etymological meaning of the word philosophy is a) Love of learning

b) Love of truth

c) Love of veda

d) None of these

135. Sanskrit term for philosophy is a) Darsana

b) Knowledge

c) Learning

d) None of these

136. The word Veda means a) Knowledge

b) Mantras

c) Brahmanas

d) Aranyakas

137. There are ------------------ Samhitas a) Four

b) Three

c) Two

d) One

138. The Brahmans are written in ------a) Poem

b) Prose

c) Songs

d) None of these

139. Mantras and Brahmans are called a) Karma kanda

b) Jnana Kanda

c) Mimamsa

d) None of these

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140. The Upanisads are known as a) Vedanta

b) Mimamsa

c) Knowledge

d) None of these

141. ---------------- Veda is not included in the trayi a) Samaveda

b) Atharvaveda

c) Rigveda

d) Yaju veda

142. ------------------- introduced the concept of henotheism a) Dr.S.Radhakrishnan

b) Hiriyanna

c) Maxmuller

d) None of these

143. Henotheism means a) Belief in one only God

b) Belief in many God

c) Belief in religion

d) None of these

144. Rta literally means a) The course of things

b) Season

c) Temperal change

d) None of these

145. Asthika means a) Orthodex

b) Heterodox

c) Non-vedic

d) None of these

146. Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva are a) Different Samhitas

b) Different Upanisads

c) Different Brahmans

d) None of these

147. Which of the following have developed jnanakanda a) Aranyaka and the Upanisads

b) Mantras and Brahmans

c) Brahmanas and Arayakas

d) None of these

148. Rta denotes a) Primacy of the world

b) The order of the world

c) Morality of living beings

d) None of these

149. The core of Upanisads is --------------------------a) Polytheism

b) Henotheism

c) Monotheism

d) Monism

150. The Upanisads can be said as monists because they believe in ------------------a) One god

b) Many god

c) One cretor

d) One reality (Brhman)

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151. Peirce and James advocate ------theory of truth a) Redundancy

b) Pragmatic

c) Coherence

d) Correspondence

152. Pragma is a ----- word a) Latin

b) Hebrew

c) Arab

d) Greek

153. Which is not among the theories of truth -------------? a) Pragmatic

b) Coherence

c) Semantic

d) Amphiboly

154. William James is ------------a) American psychologist

b) German scientist

c) French thinker

d) British poet

155. Pragmatic theory of truth is associated with -------a) Germany

b) America

c) France

d) England

156. Pragmatic theory of truth is developed by -----a) Descartes

b) Hegel

c) James

d) Kant

157. The dictum that subjectivity is truth is by a) Kierkegaard

b) Jasper

c) Alhazen

d) Aristotle

158. Aristotle is credited with --------a) Formal Logic

b) Symbolic Logic

c) Inductive Logic

d) None of the above

159. Who advocated Coherence theory of truth? a) Plato

b) Copernicus

c) Ptolemy

d) Leibnitz

160. The author of Monadology is--------a) Leibnitz

b) Copernicus

c) Galileo

d) Kepler

161. Correspondence theory of truth is opposed to-----------------a) Realism

b) Idealism

c) Pragmatism

d) Naturalism

162. Correspondence theory considered truth as a) Facts

b) Analytic

c) Synthetic

d) Apriori

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163. G.E.Moore is an advocate of ----------------a) Coherence theory

b) Semantic theory

c) Pragmatic theory

d) Correspondence theory

164. Spinoza expressed theory of truth in his-------------work a) Logic

b) Axiology

c) Ethics

d) Treatise

165. Relativity theory is associated with a) Galileo

b) Karl Popper

c) Albert Einstein

d) Newton

166. Idealism is a systematic philosophy which teaches the supremacy of a) Spirit over matter

b) God

c) Noumena

d) Materialism

167. Critique of Pure Reason is a work of a) Hegel

b) Kant

c) Hume

d) Husserl

168. The Coherence theory of truth is developed by --a) Buddha

b) Patanjali

c) Hegel

d) Kanada

169. Bradley is a prominent Western a) Idealist

b) Pragmatist

c) Moralist

d) Naturalist

170. The pragmatic movement in philosophy originated as a protest aganist a) Germ theory

b) Fermentation

c) Pasteurization

d) Absolute Idealism

171. The word correspondence used to denote the relation between a) Redundancy

b) Thought and reality

c) Coherence

d) Belief and opinion

172. Idealists say that truth consist in -----a) Semantic theory

b) Deflationary

c) Coherence

d) Correspondence

173. G. E Moore is associated with---------- theory a) Pragmatic

b) Coherence

c) Semantic

d) Correspondence

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174. Tarsky developed ------------ theory of truth a) Semantic

b) Syntactical

c) Prosentential

d) Coherence

175. Coherence theory is the feature of the ------------ system a) Empirical

b) Rationalistic

c) Naturalistic

d) Existentialistic

176. Correspondence theory of truth is developed by a) Socretes

b) Thales

c) Wittgenstein

d) Sartre

177. Frege;s theory of truth is known as -----------a) Deflationary

b) Semantic

c) Pragmatic

d) Coherence

178. Who are the first to propose correspondence theory of truth? a) James and Peirce

b) Socretes and Plato

c) Plato and Aristotle

d) Kant

179. Aristotle mentioned theory of truth in his work-----a) Analytic

b) Ethics

c) Epistemology

d) Metaphysics

180. Logical Atomism is a work of -----a) Leibnitz

b) Copernicus

c) Russell

d) Kepler

181. Who wrote Tractatus ? a) Russell

b) Wittgenstein

c) Hegel

d) Descartes

182. Wittgenstein advocated-------------------a) Correspondence theory

b) Coherence theory

c) Pragmatic theory

d) Semantic theory

183. Davidson criticized --------theory of truth a) Semantic

b) Performative

c) Semantic

d) Correspondence

184. Tarski’s theory of truth is close to --------a) Correspondence

b) Axiology

c) Semantic

d) Pragmatic

185. G E Moore and Russell are associated with ------ theory of truth a) Practical

b) Ethical

c) Correspondence

d) Coherence

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186. The semantic theory of truth is the successor to ------a) Coherence

b) Correspondence

c) Pragmatic

d) Materialism

187. Correspondence theory of truth is otherwise called -------a) Common sense theory

b) Redundancy

c) Semantic

d) Deflationary

188. Who is related to Rationalist philosophy? a) Kant

b) Locke

c) Descartes d) Hume 189. Coherence theory of truth is developed by a) Hegel b) Pragmatist c) Moralist d) Atomist 190. Who advocated picture theory of meaning? a) Russell b) Husserl c) Kant d) Wittgenstein

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2) c

3) a

4) d

5) c

6) a

7) b

8) a

9) c

10) a

11) d

12) c

13) b

14) c

15) c

16) d

17) d

18) b

19) c

20) c

21) b

22) a

23) b

24) c

25) c

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