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DISCLAIMER: All ofthese questionsare myownoriginalones;I don’t know whatProfessor Bagley’s questions and test will be. Study Guide Questions Match the correct author which the correct article. 1. Descartes a. “The Argument from Analogy for other Minds” 2. Nozick b. “What Mary Didn’t Know” 3. Russell c. “A Dialogue on Personal Identity and Immortality” 4. Langton d. “Minds, Brains, and Programs” 5. Ryle e. “Excerpt from Philosophical Explanations” 6. Armstrong f. “Descartes’s Myth” 7. Churchland g. “The Nature of Mind” 8. Searle h. “Love and Solipsism” 9. Jackson i. “Meditations on First Philosophy” 10. Perry j. “Eliminative Materialism” Short Answer Questions 11. In “Meditations on First Philosophy”, what does Descartes describe “sensing” as? 12. What does Descartes explain falsehood as? (Hint: there are two parts). 13. What is solipsism? 14. What is the Principle of Analogy in Russell’s article? 15. What does the Experience Machine do? 16. Which form of solipsism does Langton’s article favor? 17. Why does treating someone as mattering independently require treating them as having a mind of their own? 18. What does Ryle think about the whole approach to thinking philosophically? 19. Howcan mindscause change inbodiesif theydon’t exist inspace, lackshape,size,weight, etc.? 20. According to Ryle’s article, how is the mind different? How is it special? Multiple Choice 21. What are some key terms important to Descartes’s argument? a. Omnipotence, praying, choice b. Omnipotence, freedom of will, praying c. Skepticism, omnipotence, freedom of will d. Skepticism, praying, choice 22. What are the two parts of solipsism? a. Epistemic and Omnipotent b. Epistemic and Psychological c. Epistemic and Physiological d. Epistemic and Moral 23. What does Descartes believe to be boundless to God? a. Sensing, forming ideas, and efficient cause b. Forming ideas, remembering, and imagining c. Sensing, remembering and efficient cause d. Forming ideas, remembering, and efficient cause 24. What does Descartes believe about dreams? a. They are real b. They are not real c. Sensing them is important d. Both A and B are correct e. Both B and C are correct 25. In Russell’s article, what is materialism? a. It is possible to refuse the concept of materialism based on only physical observations b. It is not possible to refuse the concept of materialism based on only physical observations c. It must be ignored if we are to believe that others have minds separate of our own d. Both A and C are correct e. Both B and C are correct 26. What idea is relevant to moral solipsism? a. There is no one having a point of view independent of yourself b. There are no persons other than yourself c. See people as to be used - like tools to accomplish things d. No person has a mind separate from your own 27. What does Langton convey as an interesting fact about life? a. Everyone acts the same around everyone else b. Certain attitudes, emotions, and actions that only make sense with respect to other persons c. There are certain attitudes and emotions that only make sense with respect to animals 28. What does Langton entail? a. Moral solipsism but not epistemic solipsism b. Epistemic solipsism but not moral solipsism c. Both moral solipsism and epistemic solipsism d. Neither moral nor epistemic solipsism 29. Who does Ryle disagree with? a. Langton b. Armstrong c. Descartes d. Churchland 30. What does the Official Doctrine in Ryle’s article say? a. The mind is a material thing and lacks physical properties like size, height, etc. b. The mind is an immaterial thing and lacks physical properties like size, height, etc. c. The mind is a material thing and has physical properties like size, height, etc. d. The mind is an immaterial thingand has physical properties like size, height, etc. 1. I 2. E 3. A 4. H 5. F 6. G 7. J 8. D 9. B 10. C 11. Sensing is just thinking 12. Formal falsehood: not true and can only be found in judgements; material falsehood: an idea that presents a thing that isn’t a thing (ex: heat vs. cold) 13. Knowledge of belief 14. The behavior of others is in most cases similar/analogous to our own behavior 15. Allows you to experience any moment you wish to 16. Moral 17. Treating someone as mattering independently involves valuing and interacting with them in ways you can only value and interact with persons 18. He thinks it’s wrong 19. Bodies have the types of things available to move things like our hand to hit a bottle 20. The mind doesn’t exist in space or have physical properties; minds are private while bodies are publiclyobservable; we have privileged access or our minds, but no direct access to the minds of others; still minds cause changes in bodies and bodies cause changes in minds 21. C 22. D 23. B 24. E 25. E 26. A 27. B 28. A 29. C 30. B
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