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This quiz is a project for my History of Philosophy class. It tells you which philosopher suits you best, so after taking the quiz you can read books on or by the philosopher that suits you instead of reading a general...

Questions: 72  |  Attempts: 9706
  • Sample Question
    What do you think of religion?

A quiz on Adi Shankaracharya

Questions: 18  |  Attempts: 530
  • Sample Question
    Kaladi the birth place of Adi Shankara is located in

There have been some great philosophers throughout history and most learners can still cite their works up to today, one of the most famous philosophers is Karl Marx. Take up this philosopher test 2 for j&e and see how...

Questions: 23  |  Attempts: 156
  • Sample Question
    ________ argue that what matters morally is whether our actions conform to the relevant duties and absolute moral laws.




Philosopher Questions & Answers


Which of the following statements about Heidegger’s thought is untrue?
From what I've gathered from Hubert Drefus lecturs, Sartre did not overcome Catersian dualism, so it seems the statement B is only half correct.
Which of the following statements about the relationship of Kierkegaardian and Hegelian philosophy is false?
This question is confusing me, particularly after having chosen the wrong answer (according to the website). How is it that D (which is the correct answer apparently) is a "false" statement about Kierkegaardian relationship to Hegelian phil
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