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Paper: CC-4

(History of Western Philosophy-I)

Full Marks: 65

Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words

as far as practicable.

[English Version]

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

1. Choose the correct option (any ten) : 1×10

(a) The idea of substance, according to Locke, is

(i) a simple idea

(ii) a complex idea

(iii) a factitious idea

(iv) an innate idea.

(b) Among the following qualities — is not an example of secondary quality :

(i) sweet taste of a ripe mango

(ii) sound of a bell

(iii) round shape of a coin

(iv) blue colour of the sky.

(c) According to Locke, the clearest and most certain kind of knowledge which the human mind can

attain is

(i) intuitive knowledge

(ii) demonstrative knowledge

(iii) sensitive knowledge

(iv) none of these.

(d) Berkeley’s philosophy is known as

(i) Objective Idealism

(ii) Critical Idealism

(iii) Subjective Idealism

(iv) Naive Realism.

(e) Berkeley holds that ‘matter’ is

(i) a particular entity

(ii) a general idea

(iii) an abstract idea

(iv) none of these.

(f) Berkeley thinks that the cause of our sensory ideas is

(i) some other idea

(ii) infinite mind

(iii) physical object

(iv) finite mind.

(g) The philospher who thinks that, personal identity is a product of imagination is

(i) Locke

(ii) Berkeley

(iii) Hume

(iv) Kant.

(h) The foundation of knowledge concerning matters of fact, according to Hume, is

(i) impression

(ii) faith

(iii) idea

(iv) intuition.

(i) Among the following which one is not an example of a proposition concerning matters of fact?

(i) Men are selfish

(ii) Roses are fragrant

(iii) 5×6 = 30

(iv) Snow is white.

(j) The author of Critique of Pure Reason is

(i) Plato

(ii) Kant

(iii) Hume

(iv) Berkeley.

(k) Kant holds that ‘7+5 = 12’ is

(i) an analytic a priori judgment

(ii) a synthetic a priori judgement

(iii) a synthetic a posteriori judgement

(iv) an analytic a posteriori judgment.

(l) According to Kant, the marks of apriority are

(i) Universality

(ii) Necessity

(iii) both universality and necessity

(iv) None of these.

2. Answer any five of the following questions: 5×5

(a) Give a short exposition of Locke’s theory of substance.

(b) Following Locke explain with examples different degrees of knowledge.

(c) Elucidate the meaning of Berkeley’s principle Esse est percipi.

(d) Does Berkeley’s theory lead to solipsism? Give reasons for your answer.

(e) Are all our ideas copies of impressions? Explain after Hume.

(f) How does Hume make a distinction between propositions concerning relations of ideas and

propositions concerning matters of fact?

(g) How does Kant prove that space is an a priori intuition?

(h) Discuss, in brief, the main tenet of Kant’s Critical Philosophy.

3. Answer any two questions:

(a) Explain critically Locke’s Representative Realism. 10+5

(b) What is an abstract idea? How does Berkeley refute abstract ideas? Bring out the implication of

such refutation in his philosophy. 2+8+5

(c) Does Hume deny necessary connection between a cause and its effect altogether? Discuss. 15

(d) How does Kant make a distinction between analytic and synthetic judgment? Is this distinction

acceptable? Explain following Kant the nature of the judgment ‘Every event has a cause’.



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