Political Science-[FPSC-U.S A. CSS]/(USA) Political Science Western Political Thoughts Set-1 Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
  According to Socrates learning is a kind of:

1.Recollection

2.Virtue

3.Political skill

4.Gift of the gods

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Question:
  Aristotle found his own school which was known as:

1.The Lyceum

2.Acedemy

3.Institution

4.Leader

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Question:
  Socrates was born in Greece in:

1.344 B.C.

2.269 B.C.

3.369 B.C.

4.469/470 B.C

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Question:
  Through his portrayal in Plato s dialogues Socrates has become renowned for his contribution to the field of:

1.Ethics

2.Economics

3.Chemistry

4.None of these

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Question:
  Where it Meno from?

1.Sparta

2.Athens

3.Eos

4.Thessaly

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Question:
 According to Socratesconslusion at the end of the Meno beneficent statesmen are like:

1.Soothsayers and prophets

2.Oracles and deities

3.Gorgias and Anytus

4.Blindfolded children

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Question:
 Gorgias refuses to say:

1.That virtue is truth

2.That Socrates is a bad influence

3. That he can teach virtue

4.That he can t teach virute

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Question:
 How does true opinion relate to knowledge?

1.It s always inferior

2. It s sometimes superior

3.They are equally good

4.It s inferior in the long run

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Question:
 Plato found the Academy in:

1.385 B.C.

2.381 B.C.

3.387 B.C.

4.315 B.C.

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Question:
 Socrates questions Meno s slave about:

1.The radius of a circle

2.The height of the Parthenon

3.The double of a square s area

4. The golden ration of a given square

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Question:
 Socrates reacts to Anytusdisapproval of the Sophists with:

1.Amazement

2.Anger

3.rebuke

4.theory

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Question:
 The early works of Plato are considered to be close to the spirit of:

1.Socrates

2.Jacques Louis David

3.Aristotle

4.Xenophon

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Question:
 What mistake does Socrates eventually reveal in Meno s definition of virtue as the desire for beautiful things and power to attain them?

1.This is a list not a definition

2.The definition implicitly contains the term it is to define

3.The definition does not correspond to an eidos

4.The definition does not cover all cases of virtue

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Question:
 Who is the student of Socrates?

1.Aristotle

2.Plato

3.Aristophanes

4. None of these

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Question:
 With what question does the Meno begin?

1.What is virute?

2.Can virtue be taught?

3.Is virtue a kind of knowledge?

4.Are there many virtues or one?

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Question:
According to Plato Socratesfather was:

1.Sophroniscus

2.Aristophanes

3.Lamprocles

4.Zenexenus

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Question:
According to Plato Socratesmother was:

1.Phaenarete

2.Zenexenus

3.Lamprocles

4.None of these

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Question:
According to Socrates conclusion at the end of the Meno beneficent statesmen are like:

1.Soothsayers and prophets

2.Oracles and deities

3.Gorgias and Anytus

4.Blindfolded children

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Question:
According to Socrates the soul is:

1.Infinitely large

2. Inherently virtuous

3.Corruptible

4.Immortal

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Question:
Anytus suggests that Meno talk to whom to learn about virtue?

1.The Sophists

2.Any Athenian on the street

3.An oracle

4.Gorgias

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Question:
Aristotle found his own school in:

1.225 B.C.

2.415 B.C.

3.335 B.C.

4. 315 B.C.

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Question:
How does true opinion relate to knowledge?

1.It s always inferior

2.It s sometimes superior

3.They are equally good

4.It s inferior in the long ru

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Question:
I know that I know nothing is a well-known saying which is attributed to the Greek philosopher:

1.Socrates

2.Jacques-Louis David

3.Aristotle

4.Xenophon

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Question:
Protagoras is used as an example of:

1.A rich Sophist

2. A corrupt politician

3.A gifted priest

4.A man of true knowledge

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Question:
Socrates believed that knowledge is the same thing as ______ or excellence and is always good:

1.Virtue

2.Knowledge

3.Faith

4.Belief

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Question:
Socrates died in:

1.339 B.C.

2.329 B.C.

3.319 B.C.

4.399 B.C.

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Question:
Socrates reminds Meno that no virtue is truly beneficial without:

1.Justice

2.Moderation

3.Wisdom

4.All of the above

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Question:
Socrates says that all that the soul endures if directed by _______ ends happiness.

1.Virtue

2.Wisdom

3.Prophets

4.Truth

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Question:
Socrates uses which examples to demonstrate the idea of a definition?

1.Shape and color

2.Shape and ordor

3. Color and sound

4. Tables and chairs

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Question:
Socrates was a Greek ______ :

1.Philosopher

2.Singer

3.Composer

4.Poet

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Question:
Socrates was awarded punishment:

1.Death

2.Fine

3.Banishment from Athens

4.Imprisonment for 3 years

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Question:
Specially for Plato s writings referring to Socrates it is not always clear which ideas brought forward by Socrates (or his friends) actually belonged to Socrates and which of these may have been new additions or elaborations by Plato- this is known as the:

1.Socratic Problem

2.Platoic Problem

3.Platoic Problem

4.Aristocratic Problem

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Question:
Students of Socrates is/are:

1.Alcibiades

2.Critias

3.Plato

4.All of these

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Question:
The Death of Socrates book was written by:
 

1.Jacques-Louis David

2.Aristotle

3.Xenophon

4.Plato

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Question:
The idea that human s possessed certain virtues formed a common thread in:

1.Plato teachings

2. Aristotle teachings

3.Socrates teachings

4. Xenophon teachings

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Question:
What else is being miserable asks Socrates ........

1.than not to know the truth?

2.than to seek virtue and fail to find it?

3.than to desire bad things and secure them?

4.than to be a sophist?

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Question:
What paradox does Meno raise?

1.How can one look for what one does not know?

2.How can those without virtue be elected if democracy is virtuous?

3. Xeno s paradox

4.How can virtue be wisdom but not knowledge?

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Question:
What paradox does Meno raise?

1.How can one look for what one does not know?

2.How can those without virtue be elected if democracy is virtuous?

3.Xeno s paradox

4. None of these

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Question:
Which of the following has Meletus not accused Socrates of?

1.Charging a fee for his teaching

2.Inventing new deities

3.Corrupting the youth

4.Not recognizing the established gods

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Question:
Who believed the best way for people to live was to focus on selfdevelopment rather than the pursuit of material wealth?

1.Plato

2.Aristotle

3.Socrates

4.Xenophon

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Question:
Who is a Xenophon?

1.Son of Socrates

2.Father of Socrates

3.Student of Socrates

4. None of these

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Question:
Who is the contemporary of Socrates?

1.Aristophanes

2.Aristotle

3.Homer

4.None of these

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Question:
Who said I know that I know nothing?

1.Plato

2.Aristotle

3.Socrates

4.Xenophon

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Question:
Who said No one errs or does wrong willingly or knowingly?

1.Plato

2.Socrates

3.Xenophon

4.Aristotle

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Question:
Who said Virtue - all virute - is knowledge?

1.Socrates

2.Xenophon

3.Plato

4.Aristotle

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Question:
Who said Virtue is sefficient for happiness?

1.Aristotle

2.Socrates

3.Plato

4.Xenophon

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Question:
Who stressed that virtue was the most valuable of all possessions the ideal life was spent in search of the Good. Truth lies beneath the shadows of existence and it is the job of the philosopher to show the rest how little they really know?

1.Plato

2.Aristotle

3.Socrates

4.Xenophon

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Question:
Who was the founder of Western philosophy?

1.Socrates

2.Aristotle

3.Plato

4.None of these

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Question:
Why does Meno call Socrates a torpedo fish?

1.Socrates is quick

2.Socrates is numbing

3. Socrates is cold-hearted

4.Socrates is suspicious

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Question:
________ is one of the big three in ancient Greek philosopher along with Plato and Aristotle:

1.Aristophanes

2.Socrates

3.Xemophon

4.None of these

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