The Story of Philosophy Quiz

Will Durant
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What does Spinoza say a literal interpretation of the Bible does? (from Spinoza)

2.

Without what does Kant say sensations cannot become perceptions? (from Immanuel Kant and German Idealism)

3.

What does Spinoza suggest the aim of Biblical language is meant to do? (from Spinoza)

4.

What does Spencer comment on long before Darwin's theory of natural selection becomes popular by the end of the 1800s? (from Herbert Spencer)

5.

What does educator John Dewey claim comes through occupation rather than through books? (from Contemporary American Philosophers)

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