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Sapience: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: In science fiction, sapience describes an ________ human property that bestows "personhood" onto a non-human.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelAristotlePlatoEssentialism

Question 2: ________[1] has segregated the capacity for judgment from the general qualifiers for intelligence, which is closer to cognizant aptitude than to wisdom.
Intelligence quotientRobert SternbergTufts UniversityPsychology

Question 3: It indicates that a computer, alien or other object (such as "________") will be treated as completely human character, with similar rights, capabilities and desires as any other human character.
DiscworldDiscworld charactersRincewindDiscworld (world)

Question 4: Sapience is often defined as ________, or the ability of an organism or entity to act with appropriate judgment.
VirtuePlatoWisdomAristotle

Question 5: The word sapience is derived from the ________ word sapientia, meaning wisdom.
Vulgar LatinRoman EmpireLatinOld Latin

Question 6: The words sentience, self-awareness and ________ are used in similar ways in science fiction.
Henri BergsonConsciousnessIdeaGottfried Leibniz
















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