Grade 12 Philosophy Unit 1 Review People to Know



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Grade 12 Philosophy

Unit 1 Review
People to Know:


Socrates

Plato


Aristotle

St. Augustine

St. Thomas Aquinas

Rene Descartes

Thomas Hobbes

Charles Darwin

Sigmund Freud

B.F. Skinner

Alan Turing

Buddha


David Hume

Jean Pail Sartre

Confucius



Definitions:


Philosophy

Epistemology

Metaphysics

Ethics


Aesthetics

Political Philosophy

Social Philosophy

School of Athens

Deductive Arguments

Inductive Arguments

Valid/Invalid/Sound Arguments

Strong Weak Arguments

Fallacious Arguments

Human Nature

Rationalism

Darwinism

Existentialism

Dualism


Materialism

Selfishness

Behaviorism

Functionalism Feminism

Computer Model

No-Self Model

Judeo-Christian Model

Fides et Ratio



Socratic Method



Study Questions:

  1. “The unexamined life is not worth living.” Comment on Plato’s famous quotations with reference to the nature and purpose of philosophy.




  1. Discus the nature and purpose of Philosophy with reference to Plato’s “Myth of the Cave”.




  1. What are some of the negative stereotypes associated with philosophy and philosophers?




  1. Philosophy was once describes as the “Queen of the Sciences”. Today it does not seem to be taken very seriously by the general public. What are the reasons for this?




  1. What is the value of taking Philosophy in the modern world?




  1. List and explain the reasons why ancient Athens had an atmosphere so conductive to philosophy.




  1. What is the relationship between faith and reason? Is religion compatible with Philosophy? (article on Fides et Ratio)




  1. Compare and contrast the different views on human nature. Discuss the implications of the different views as they relate to education.




  1. Describe the debt owed by western civilization to the ancient Greeks.




  1. Identify “fallacious” arguments.





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