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The Queen of England does not have total control. She shares her power with Parliament, which is headed by the Prime Minister. What type of monarchy is this an example of?

A. Constitutional Monarchy

B. Monarchy

C. Direct Democracy

D. Representative Democracy


Monarchy

A. Ruled by Kings and Queens.

B. A form of government which consists of rule by an elite group who rule in their own interests. Especially the accumulation of wealth and privilege.

C. A system of government by one person with absolute power.

D. Rule by a single leader who has not been elected and may use force to keep control.


What are rights?

A. things you are expected to do

B. a person who has rights and responsibilties

C. A rule set by the community

D. Things you are entitled to or deserve


These laws include a wide range of subjects such as personal injury, divorce, taxes, property, and employment.

A. Criminal Laws

B. Civil Laws

C. Military Laws

D. Juvenile Laws


This branch of philosophy studies the concept of knowledge. 

A. Metaphysics

B. Empiricism 

C. Epistemology 

D. Theology 


Confucius’s ideas were put into a book called….

A. The Analects

B. The Quran

C. The Bible

D. The Buddha


Which philosopher started an Academy in Greece?

A. Aristotle

B. Socrates

C. Plato

D. Zeus


The reality that exists outside our human experience

A. physics

B. mathematics

C. magnetics

D. metaphysics


This form of government means “rule by the people”.

A. Democracy

B. Monarchy

C. Oligarchy

D. Theocracy


It is the philosophy that characterize all those practices and institutions that are concerned with government.

A. Ethics

B. Epistemology

C. Politics


Who was Confucius?

A. the founder of Legalism

B. the founder of Hinduism

C. The founder of Buddhism

D. The founder of Confucianism


Name the form of government that recognizes God or a divine being as the ultimate authority.

A. Theocracy

B. Oligarchy

C. Junta

D. Democracy


The study of Truth or Knowledge

A. Epistemology

B. Ecclesiology

C. Ethnography

D. Ecology


Questions related to Truth and Knowledge

A. Epistemology

B. Theodicy

C. Cosmology

D. Phychology

E. Metaphysics


What makes a bad decision bad? A question that falls under the branch of Philosophy called _________.

A. Logic

B. Epistemology

C. Ethics

D. Metaphysics


Who was the philosopher that taught by asking questions?

A. Plato

B. Socrates

C. Aristotle

D. Alexander


What is a law?

A. things you are expected to do

B. a person who has rights and responsibilties

C. A rule set by the community

D. Things you are entitled to or deserve


Which philosopher was a student of Socrates?

A. Plato

B. Aristotle

C. Alexander


Questions related to Reasoning

A. Ethics

B. Aesthetics

C. Axiology

D. Logic

E. Semanthics


The reality that exists outside our human experience.

A. physics

B. mathematics

C. magnetics

D. metaphysics


Philosophy comes from the two Greek words philo meaning “love” or “friendship” and sophia meaning “wisdom.”

A. TRUE

B. FALSE

C. Trulse

D. I don’t know


Philosophy comes from the Greek philosophia, meaning what?

A. Lover of philosophy

B. Love of wisdom

C. Love of soapboxes

D. Lover of questions


This form of government exists when a single ruler has absolute control over people’d lives:

A. Dictatorship

B. Oligarchy

C. Representative Democracy

D. Direct Democracy


the study of knowledge, truth, and the nature of ultimate reality. 

A. Philosophy 

B. Theology

C. Anthropology

D. Hamartiology 


Dictatorship

A. Government owns all businesses and farms and provides its people healthcare, education, and welfare. Political and Economic theory derived from the ideas of Karl Marx.

B. Rule by a single leader who has not been elected and may use force to keep control.

C. A form of government which consists of rule by an elite group who rule in their own interests. Especially the accumulation of wealth and privilege.

D. A system of government by one person with absolute power.




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