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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book IV.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What can we talk about once we begin to abstract?
(a) The context for things.
(b) Particular things.
(c) Things in general.
(d) Essences of things.
2. How does Locke define the difference between freedom and will?
(a) Freedom is the ability to let an internal power dictate one's actions; will is the source of the internal power.
(b) Freedom is the ability to act; will is the freedom to choose.
(c) Freedom is the ability to act; will is a type of power.
(d) Freedom is riding light in the harness; will is the engine for progress.
3. What does Locke say allows us to see ourselves as free agents?
4. To what does Locke attribute the ability to create technology and to organize our environment?
5. What kind of knowledge does not require proofs?
(a) Scientific knowledge.
(b) Experiential knowledge.
(c) Intuitive knowledge.
(d) Demonstrative knowledge.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do we have when an abstract idea cannot be broken down?
2. According to Locke, the lack of what would make social life impossible?
3. How does Locke define love?
4. Where does Locke say ideas come from?
5. Which school of philosophy divided essences into real and nominal?
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