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Question 1: Concepts can jump from one plane of immanence to another, combining with other concepts and therefore engaging in a "becoming-________."
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelExistentialismJean-Paul SartreOther

Question 2: This creative activity differs from previous definitions of philosophy as simple reasoning, ________ or contemplation of Universals.
MicrobiologySocial sciencesCommunicationScientific method

Question 3: Logic, Immanuel ________, Dover Publications, ISBN 0-486-25650-2
René DescartesDavid HumeImmanuel KantGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Question 4: Concepts are a glimpse of a different world, one which contains timeless truths in areas such as logic, mathematics, ethics, and ________.
AestheticsDavid HumeApplied aestheticsArthur Schopenhauer

Question 5: In this way, James bypassed the controversy between rationalists and ________ regarding the origin of concepts.
Willard Van Orman QuineAristotleInductive reasoningEmpiricism

Question 6: [1] ________ are taken to be concepts, although abstract concepts do not necessarily appear to the mind as images as some ideas do.
Gottfried LeibnizMartin HeideggerRené DescartesIdea

Question 7: A concept is a cognitive unit of meaning— an ________ idea or a mental symbol sometimes defined as a "unit of knowledge," built from other units which act as a concept's characteristics.
Abstract objectOntologyPerceptionAbstraction

Question 8: This concept is then no longer intuitively perceptible, but is denoted and fixed merely by words." ________, who was heavily influenced by Schopenhauer, wrote: "Every concept originates through our equating what is unequal.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelFriedrich NietzscheExistentialismImmanuel Kant

Question 9: Concepts help to integrate apparently unrelated ________ and phenomena into viable hypothesis and theories, the basic ingredients of science.
DeterminismObservationPseudoscienceScientific method

Question 10: In the same tradition as Locke, ________ stated that general conceptions are formed through abstraction.
Jeremy BenthamJohn Stuart MillPlatoImmanuel Kant
















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