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Question 1: As well, Sly & the Family Stone, Jimi Hendrix, ________, Stevie Wonder, Miles Davis and Joni Mitchell were among those most successful in producing music which defied definition.
Freak Out!Frank ZappaHot RatsYou Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 6

Question 2: The term is sometimes also loosely applied to the general stylistic variety of 19th century architecture after ________ (c.
Western art historyNeoclassicismArt NouveauArt Deco

Question 3: The martial art system developed by ________, called Jeet Kune Do, is classified as an eclectic system.
Brandon LeeYip ManBruce LeeLee Hoi-chuen

Question 4: Eclecticism is recognized in approaches to ________ that see many factors influencing behavior and the psyche, and among those who consider all perspectives in identifying, changing, explaining, and determining behavior.
Cognitive neurosciencePsychologySigmund FreudNeuropsychology

Question 5: Some ________ can be described as eclectic in the sense that they borrow techniques from a wide variety of other martial arts.
Chinese martial artsJujutsuBrazilian Jiu-JitsuMartial arts

Question 6: For example, most psychologists accept certain aspects of ________, but do not attempt to use the theory to explain all aspects of human behavior.
BehaviorismWilliam JamesEvolutionary psychologyPsychology

Question 7: Among the Romans, ________ was thoroughly eclectic, as he united the Peripatetic, Stoic, and New Academic doctrines.
Mark AntonyPompeyJulius CaesarCicero

Question 8: Eclecticism was first recorded to have been practiced by a group of ancient ________ who attached themselves to no real system, but selected from existing philosophical beliefs those doctrines that seemed most reasonable to them.
Political philosophyDavid HumeAristotlePhilosophy

Question 9: [1] Well known eclectics in Greek philosophy were the Stoics Panaetius and Posidonius, and the New Academics ________ and Philo of Larissa.
CarneadesArcesilausSpeusippusPlato







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