A) 6th Century B.C.
b) 17th Century B.C.
c) 4th Century B.C.
d) 19th Century B.C.
e) 9th Century B.C.
2. Where did philosophy begin?
a) in Ancient Egypt
b) in Ancient England
c) in Ancient Spain
D) in Ancient Greece
e) in Middle East
3. The first "scientists" in Ancient Greece were called…
b) clever men
C) natural philosophers
d) ideal philosophers
4. Complete the sentence. Philosophy is …
a) mathematical science .
B)the form of human spiritual activity
c) the way of the death
d) the form of the art
e) the form of the exercises
5. What does philosophy involve?
a) reflection about computer programmer
b) reflection about pronunciation B) to preserve spiritual values and to form scientific worldview (philosophy). skills
c) funny stories
E) reflection about aims, meaning, sense and essence of personality taken as subject of culture.
6. The main peculiarity of philosophy is:
A) study relationship between personality and society or objective reality.
b) study animal’s life
c)study the nature
d) study television programmers
e) study student activity
7. What schools the fundamental question of philosophy connected with?
a) pragmatism and naturalism
b) deconstruction and hermeneutics
C) materialism and idealism
d) rationalism and theocentrism
e) cosmocentrism and scientism
8. Why does philosophy differ from mythology very much.
A) because mythology involves the belief to the God, explanation of our reality’s by the God’s will B) to preserve spiritual values and to form scientific worldview (philosophy)..
b) because mythology uses rational thinking
c) because mythology involves oral explanations
d) because mythology involves new scientific methods
e) because mythology tries to explain the origin of the objective reality through human consciousness
9. Choose the right sentence.
a) mythology helped humanity to investigate the atom.
b) mythology relied upon scientific methods
c) mythology is new form of thinking
d) mythology is a part of theoretical philosophy.
E) mythology consist of notions of an all – powerful God is in control of everything.
10. What philosophical school claims that origins of our world is an idea (God, God’s mind, universal intelligence, universal reason or absolute B) to preserve spiritual values and to form scientific worldview (philosophy). spirit ).
11. What discipline tries to explain that moral principles have an objective foundation.
12. The main function of philosophy is:
a) to bring a happiness to humanity
b) to preserve spiritual values and to form scientific worldview (philosophy).
c) to discover religious doctrines
d) to make the world beautiful
e) to solve mathematical tasks
13. Complete the sentence. Philosophy is humanitarian discipline, it learns students to…
a) develop their physical ability
b) improve their pronunciation
c) develop their technical skills
d) strengthen their passion