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Question 1: [8] [9][10] [11][12][13] Does it have intrinsic properties (________)[14][15], or is it lacking them (prima materia)?
BeingPlatoAristotleSubstance theory

Question 2: Other notable Chinese materialists of this time include Yang Xiong and ________.
Zhang HengWang ChongShen KuoHan Dynasty

Question 3: An argument for idealism, such as those of ________ and Berkeley is ipso facto an argument against materialism.
Friedrich NietzscheGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelImmanuel KantThomas Aquinas

Question 4: Is matter a continuous substance capable of expressing multiple forms (hylomorphism)[7], or a number of discrete, unchanging constituents (________)?
Indian philosophyAristotleAtomismEpicureanism

Question 5: Later on, Thomas Hobbes and ________ represent the materialist tradition, in opposition to René Descartes' attempts to provide the natural sciences with dualist foundations.
Pierre GassendiRelationship between religion and scienceIsaac NewtonScientific revolution

Question 6: Dictionary of the Philosophy of Mind on Materialism from the ________
Conrad Grebel University CollegeSt. Paul's United CollegeUniversity of WaterlooSt. Jerome's University

Question 7: Karl Marx and ________ used the term to refer to a theoretical perspective that holds the satisfaction of everyday economic needs is the primary reality in every epoch of history.
Young MarxOn the Jewish QuestionMarxismFriedrich Engels

Question 8: In practice it is frequently assimilated to one variety of ________ or another.
Self (philosophy)MaterialismPhysicalismMonism

Question 9: ________ influentially argues this view, according to which empirical laws and explanations in "special sciences" like psychology or geology are invisible from the perspective of basic physics.
Hilary PutnamNoam ChomskyJerry FodorDaniel Dennett

Question 10: Its materiality can, in some ways, be linked to the concept of ________, as espoused by Enlightenment thinkers.
Immanuel KantCausalityAristotleDeterminism


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