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Will (philosophy): Quiz

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Question 1: This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
CopyrightCopyright infringementIntellectual propertyPublic domain

Question 2: The appearance of the internal is a mistake rooted in ignorance of causes, not in an actual volition, and therefore the will is always ________.
Immanuel KantCausalityAristotleDeterminism

Question 3: A person who chooses not to steal because the ________ said so would be exercising free will, because it was their choice to follow the Ten Commandments.
Biblical canonChristianity and JudaismTen CommandmentsBible

Question 4: Advocates of ________'s psychology stress the importance of the influence of the unconscious mind upon the apparent conscious exercise of will.
William JamesSigmund FreudImmanuel KantExistentialism

Question 5: The Will Project was a project proposed by ________ to explore all aspects and manifestations of the Will.
ArezzoCapolonaRoberto AssagioliPsychologist

Question 6: ________ defines will similarly to the "any internally motivated action" usage, but more narrowly.
Immanuel KantExistentialismGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelFriedrich Nietzsche

Question 7: Psychologists also deal with issues of will; some people are highly ________ and do whatever seems best to them, while others are "weak-willed" and easily suggestible (extrinsically motivated) by society or outward inducement.
Social psychology (psychology)Educational psychologyMotivationAbraham Maslow

Question 8: Spinoza also rejects ________, and suggests that the causal nature along with an originary orientation of the universe is everything we encounter.
MaterialismTeleologyAristotleGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Question 9: ________ argues that seemingly "free" actions aren't actually free, or that the entire concept is a chimera because "internal" beliefs are necessarily caused by earlier external events.
Baruch SpinozaImmanuel KantRené DescartesMonism







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