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Phenomenology (philosophy): Quiz


Question 1: The philosopher ________ criticised Husserl's concept of phenomenological epistemology in his metacritique Against Epistemology, which is anti-foundationalist in its stance.
Jürgen HabermasTheodor W. AdornoGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelArthur Schopenhauer

Question 2: Husserl derived many important concepts central to phenomenology from the works and lectures of his teachers, the philosophers and psychologists ________ and Carl Stumpf.
Edmund HusserlMartin HeideggerFranz BrentanoAristotle

Question 3: Neither are they appearances, for as Heidegger argues in ________, an appearance is "that which shows itself in something else," while a phenomenon is "that which shows itself in itself."
Jacques DerridaMartin HeideggerBeing and TimeGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Question 4: In Husserl's phenomenology, this pair of terms, derived from the Greek ________ (mind), designate respectively the real content and the ideal content of an intentional act (an act of consciousness).
AristotleCosmological argumentNousDunamis

Question 5: Realist phenomenologists include Adolf Reinach, Alexander Pfänder, Johannes Daubert, ________, Roman Ingarden, Nicolai Hartmann, Dietrich von Hildebrand.
Edmund HusserlMartin HeideggerMax SchelerPhenomenology (philosophy)

Question 6: Although the term "phenomenology" was used occasionally in the history of philosophy before ________, modern use ties it more explicitly to his particular method.
Henri BergsonMartin HeideggerSøren KierkegaardEdmund Husserl

Question 7: ________ (1874-1928) developed further the phenomenological method of Edmund Husserl and extended it to include also a reduction of the scientific method.
Max SchelerMartin HeideggerJean-Paul SartrePhenomenology (philosophy)

Question 8: The difference in approach between Husserl and Heidegger influenced the development of existential phenomenology and existentialism in ________, as is seen in the work of Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir.
United KingdomCanadaFranceItaly

Question 9: The correct interpretation of what Husserl meant by the ________ has long been controversial, but the noematic sense is generally understood as the ideal meaning of the act [6]and the noematic core as the act's referent or object as it is meant in the act.
Phenomenology (philosophy)Gottlob FregeNoemaEdmund Husserl

Question 10: ________ (1728–1777) (mathematician, physician and philosopher) known for the theory of appearances underlying empirical knowledge.
Sir George Stokes, 1st BaronetCarl Friedrich GaussGalileo GalileiJohann Heinrich Lambert


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