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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What position does James state believes everything is essentially the same?
2. What does James describe as occurring when the whole changes all things contained within it must also change as a singular act?
(a) Singular operation.
(b) Inductive reasoning.
(c) Immanent operation.
(d) Logical operation.
3. Which statement is true about James' thoughts on experiences?
(a) They all revolve around theism.
(b) They are all related to empiricism.
(c) They are all related to determinism.
(d) They are all related to each other.
4. James connects religious manifestation to ______________.
5. In determinist stance, James describes superhuman as which of the following?
Short Answer Questions
1. According to James, noetic pluralism indicates which of the following?
2. What do Lectures XVI and XVII outline?
3. Humans react in what way to new information, according to James?
4. In Lecture VI, what does James relate to pragmatism?
5. In excess, what does James believe devoutness becomes?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does James say about other theorists and their experiences?
2. What information about Bergson does James want the reader to take note of?
3. What are the qualities of saintliness which James defines?
4. What is the empiricist position?
5. What does James says beliefs are based on? Do you agree?
6. How does James designate the difference between those who are saintly and those who are not?
7. How does James describe reasoning as a part of rationalism?
8. What is pluralism?
9. Describe the pragmatic and pluralistic way of looking at "To You."
10. How does James describe reasoning as a part of empiricism?
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