Subject (philosophy): Quiz

Question 1: ________'s critique of the subject and the oxymoron "Historical subject"
Michel FoucaultAlain BadiouJürgen HabermasSlavoj Žižek

Question 2: In the modern continental tradition, which may plausibly be said to date from Descartes, debates over the nature of the Subject play a role comparable to debates over personhood within the distinct Anglo-American tradition of ________.
StoicismAnalytic philosophyLogical positivismAristotle

Question 3: In contemporary ________, the issue of subject -- and more specifically the "point of view" of the subject, or "subjectivity" -- has received attention as one of the major intractable problems in philosophy of mind (a related issue being the mind-body problem).
AristotleStoicismAnalytic philosophyLogical positivism

Question 4: In ________ and psychology, subjectivity is also the actions or discourses that produce individuals or 'I'; the 'I' is the subject — the observer; I/eye — the bearer of the gaze.
PositivismTheodor W. AdornoCritical theoryJürgen Habermas

Question 5: According to Althusser, the "subject" is an ________ construction (more exactly, constructed by the "Ideological State Apparatuses").
SociologyIdeologyPoliticsJürgen Habermas

Question 6: Hegel begins his definition of the subject at a standpoint derived from ________ physics: "the unmoved which is also self-moving" (Preface, pgph.
AristotelianismPhronesisVirtue ethicsAristotle

Question 7: In ________, a subject is a being which has subjective experiences, subjective consciousness or a relationship with another entity (or "object").
Political philosophyDavid HumePhilosophyAristotle

Question 8: Hegel, for example, stated in his Preface to the ________ that a subject is constituted by "the process of reflectively mediating itself with itself."
The Phenomenology of SpiritDialecticGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelHegelianism

Question 9: The thinking of Marx and Freud provided a point of departure for questioning the notion of a unitary, autonomous Subject, which for many thinkers in the Continental tradition is seen as the foundation of the ________ of the social contract.
Classical liberalismIsaiah BerlinDemocracyLiberalism

Question 10: These additional features of subjective experience are often referred to as ________ (see Frank Cameron Jackson and Mary's room).
PhysicalismQualiaConsciousnessHenri Bergson

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