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Worksheet No.

PHILOSOPHY

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Directions: TRUE or FALSE. Write X below the letter T if the statement is true, and below F
if the statement is false. If you wish to change your answer, encircle your previous answer
and mark with an X the letter corresponding to your new answer.

T F
( ) ( ) 1. Philosophical psychology treats the whole being of man as man.

( ) ( ) 2. Philosophy acquires knowledge through the aid of human reason and faith.

( ) ( ) 3. Philosophy accepts facts and reasons from faith and Christian revelation.

( ) ( ) 4. Epistemology is commonly identified with criteriology.

( ) ( ) 5. Theodicy includes the study of man, the world, and God – everything that is
or becomes or is known.

( ) ( ) 6. Logic studies the laws of thought, ideas and terms, judgment and
proposition, and reasoning and syllogism.

( ) ( ) 7. Metaphysics examines the truth value and validity of human knowledge.

( ) ( ) 8. Ethics is concerned with human acts and principles of human actions.

( ) ( ) 9. The literal definition of philosophy is the search for truth.

( ) ( ) 10. Cosmology is also known as antology.


Worksheet No. 2

PHILOSOPHY

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Direction: Answer the following questions.

1. What is philosophy about?

2. Why is the study of philosophy important?

3. How would you compare philosophy with theology and empirical sciences?
Worksheet No. 3

LOGIC

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Direction: fill in the blanks with the correct answer.

Simple apprehension is the act which produces (1) .

Logic comes from the Greek word logike, which means (2) . The

(3) of the thinking process is the formal object of logic. Knowledge is

(4) when the judgment is in agreement with the objective thing judged.

The product of reasoning is (5) , and its material expression is

(6) .

(7) entails the ability to perform a difficult and complicated

operation easily, spontaneously, and effective.

Logic is the science and art of correct (8) . Judgment produces

(9) and is externalized through a (10) .


Worksheet No. 4

LOGIC

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Directions: answer the following questions.

1. What is correct thinking (or reasoning)?

2. Why is logic considered a science?

3. Why is logic considered an art?

4. Why is the study of logic important?

5. How would you differentiate the three acts of the intellect?


Worksheet No. 5

CONCEPTS

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Directions: Classify the following concepts accordingly.

A. Compatible or Incompatible

1. Respectful and responsible


2. Courageous and coward
3. Wisdom and foolishness
4. Friendly and humble
5. Knowledge and virtue

B. Privative or Relative

1. Sanity and insanity


2. Cause and effect
3. Father and son
4. Life and death
5. Knowledge and ignorance

C. Arbitrary or Real

1. Flying cat
2. Tom and jerry
3. Coffee
4. Red
5. Mickey Mouse

D. Concrete or Abstract

1. Humility
2. Careful
3. Modesty
4. Meekness
5. Noble
Worksheet No. 6

CONCEPTS

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Directions: Rank the concepts in the following sets according to the extent of their
comprehension, starting with 1 for the concept with the greatest comprehension.

A.
Mineral water F.
Water Plants
Distilled water Jupiter
Heavenly body
B.
Organism G.
Fish Cleaning tool
Whale shark Broom
Object
C. H.
Figure Servants of God
Square Priests
Polygon Pope

D. I.
Coffee Softdrink
Stimulant Carbonated drink
Drugs Beverage

E. J.
Tree Pig
Beings Animals
Plants Mammals

Direction: Underline the term that has greater extension.

1. Catholics – Christians
2. Filipino – Oriental
3. Male – Father
4. Woman – Lady
5. Nurses – Caregivers
Worksheet No. 7

CONCEPTS

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Directions: Answer the following questions.

1. What is Concept?

2. How would you explain the principle governing the properties of concepts?

3. How would you compare individual essence and universal essence?


Worksheet No. 8

TERMS

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Directions: Classify the underlined terms below. Write S for singular, P for particular, and
U for universal.

1. A circle is round.