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There are 40 questions which you are to answer in 15 minutes that gives you roughly 30 seconds per question.

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In a normal exam you will be asked between 40 – 60 questions but I only arranged 40 questions

 

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GST 205 CBT PRACTICE TEST (Type A)

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1. When we arrive at a conclusion based on similarities between two things,we are engaged in

2 / 40

2. To study how we know ultimate reality is known as____

3 / 40

3. Aquinas says the first efficient cause of everything is

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4. A question and answer dialogs in which propositions are methodically scrutinized to uncover the truth is known as______

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5. Arguments that are supposed to give probable support to their conclusions are

6 / 40

6. Craig says an actually infinite number of things

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7. If the cat is on the mat she is sleeping.The cat is not sleeping ;therefore she is sleeping is a valid form of arguing

8 / 40

8. The systematic use of critical reasoning to try to find answers to fundamental questions is called_____

9 / 40

9. The period of ancient philosophy that immediately follows that of Plato and Aristotle is called

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10. When we arrive at a generalization in a number of samples we are offering

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11. If the cat is on the mat,she is sleeping. The cat is not sleeping,therefore she is not on the mat is a valid form of arguing

12 / 40

12. A sound argument must have (1)true premises and (2)

13 / 40

13. The study of correct reasoning is called

14 / 40

14. Which Greek Philosopher never wrote anything?

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15. According to Socrates,a clear sign that a person has____ is his or her exclusive pursuit of socially status,wealth,power and pleasure

16 / 40

16. The fallacy of trying to prove a conclusion by using the same very conclusion as support

17 / 40

17. The four main division of Philosophy are metaphysic,logic,axiology and____

18 / 40

18. The ontological for the existence of God is

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19. The fallacy of__ arguing erroneously that a particular action should not be taken because it will lead inevitably to other actions resulting in some dire outcome

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20. Aquinas maintains that God must move himself in order to move anything else

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21. Aquinas defined change as

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22. The fallacy of arguing that a claim must be true because most people agree with it is called

23 / 40

23. The famous statement "an unexamined life is not worth living " is attributed to___

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24. The fact that inductive arguments are inherently open to exceptions or refutation is known as___

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25. Arguments intended to give logically conclusive support to their conclusions so that if the premises are true, the conclusion most be true are___

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26. The fallacy of arguing that if one has not been proven true then it must be false is known as

27 / 40

27. Word such as (consequently,therefore) and (as a result) are_____

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28. In an argument the statement being supported in the conclusion and the statement supporting the conclusion are the ____

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29. The fallacy of accepting a statement based on a wrong inference from the whole is called

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30. A group of statements in which one of them is meant to be supported by the other is_____

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31. The fallacy of arguing that someone's claim is false because of its origin is called

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32. According to Aquinas, an infinite regress of causes is

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33. One of the benefits of Philosophy is that it______

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34. If the cat is on the mat,she is sleeping therefore she is not on the mat is a valid form of arguing

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35. The fallacy of arguing that since  there are only two alternatives to choose from, one of them must be right is called

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36. If you assume that a set of statements is true and yet you cannot deduce a false or absurd statement from it,then the original set of statements as a whole must be false. This kind of argument is known as___

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37. Questions concerning the beautiful and the ugly follow under the domain of_____

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38. ____ is the study of value,including both aesthetic value and moral value

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39. If inductive arguments succeed in lending support to their conclusions,they are said to be

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40. The fallacy of rejecting a statement because it seems a wrong inference from the parts of the whole is called

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Ace aka Undergragra is a 500 Level Computer Engineering Student in the Federal University Oye-Ekiti. He is a passionate teacher,writer,educational consultant and educational informant.
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