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Wonder (emotion): Quiz


Question 1: This sentiment is reflected in contemporary early modern authors like ________ using English words such as Curiosity, Joy and Admiration.
PlatoGottfried LeibnizThomas HobbesImmanuel Kant

Question 2: [1] Wonder is also often compared to the emotion of awe[2] but awe implies ________ or respect rather than joy.

Question 3: While wonder is said to be the emotion leading to science, awe is often associated with the miracles and supernatural occurrences described in ________ such as Christianity.
JudaismBiblical canonRevelationBible

Question 4: In The History of Astronomy, ________ dwells on wonder not to explain the difference between human and animal thinking only, but rather to explain why we study natural science.
Immanuel KantAdam SmithJeremy BenthamDavid Hume

Question 5: Concerning the special importance of wonder (thaumazein in Ancient Greek) to philosophy see Plato Theaetetus 155D and ________ Metaphysics I.ii.982b11-24.
Willard Van Orman QuineEmpiricismBertrand RussellAristotle


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