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Hellenistic philosophy: Quiz

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Question 1: Based on the ethical ideas of the ________, it taught that the goal of life was to live in accordance with Nature.
PlatoAristotleStoicismCynic

Question 2: With the adoption of oriental mysticism in the 3rd century CE, Platonism evolved into ________.
NeoplatonismPythagoreanismAristotleStoicism

Question 3: Pyrrhonism, or Pyrrhonian skepticism, was a school of skepticism beginning with Pyrrho in the ________, and further advanced by Aenesidemus in the 1st century BCE.
4th century BC3rd century BC2nd century BC5th century BC

Question 4: Hellenistic Judaism was an attempt to establish the ________ religious tradition within the culture and language of Hellenism.
JudaismKabbalahSamaritanJews

Question 5: The ________ were an ultra-hedonist school of philosophy founded in the 4th century BCE, by Aristippus of Cyrene.
CynicCyrenaicsStoicismEpicureanism

Question 6: ________ was founded by Zeno of Citium in the 3rd century BCE.
EmpiricismStoicismPlatoAristotle

Question 7: They believed that one should live a life of Virtue in agreement with ________.
GeologyNatureNatural environmentEarth

Question 8: It was the main rival to Christianity until dying out in the ________.
6th century11th century5th century7th century

Question 9: It was the main rival to ________ until both philosophies died out in the 3rd century CE.
PlatoEmpiricismStoicismAristotle

Question 10: This meant rejecting all conventional desires for wealth, power, ________, or fame, and living a life free from possessions.
HealthHealth scienceMedicineNutrition







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