Medieval philosophy was most strongly influenced by which combination? (Points : 1)
Babylonian and Persian Philosophy
Christianity and Hinduism
Christianity and Greek Philosophy
Christianity and Persian PhilosophyWeegy:
The answer is Christianity and Greek Philosophy
Medieval philosophy was most strongly influenced by Christianity and Greek Philosophy.
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Academic skepticism takes its name from (Points : 1)
Academic skepticism, which derives its name from Plato's Academy, was inspired by the remark attributed to Socrates, "All I know is that I know nothing.Auto answered|Score .9639|itsybitsy|Points 479|User:
The study of the rules of reasoning and how one should think is called (Points : 1)
None of these choicesWeegy:
The study of the rules of reasoning and how one should think is called NONE OF THE ABOVE. The term is LOGIC. [www.roangelo.net/logwitt/logwit11.html
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Empiricism emphasizes (Points : 1)
geometry and algebra.
the importance of the senses for knowledge.
that the senses interfere with knowledge.
innate ideas of reason.Weegy:
the importance of the senses for knowledge. Auto answered|Score 1|evermore|Points 432|User:
"The unexamined life is not worth living for human beings" is attributed to (Points : 1)
4. Socrates - "The unexamined life is not worth living for human beings" is attributed to Socrates.Auto answered|Score .9672|SecretAgent|Points 1802|User:
Who was Socrates' greatest student? (Points : 1)
Plato was considered Socrates' greatest student. source- [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plato
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Radical, or Pyrrhonic, Skepticism claims (Points : 1)
nothing can be certain, including this claim itself.
only God guarantees the truth of mathematics.
only strong inductive arguments are valid.
the senses provide certain truths in most cases.
1.)nothing can be certain, including this claim itself. Auto answered|Score .9936|ANGEEELICA|Points 7867|User:
__________________ was a pre-Socratic philosopher who insisted on the importance of mathematics. (Points : 1)
Pythagoras was a pre-Socratic philosopher who insisted on the importance of mathematics. Auto answered|Score .9776|rodnix|Points 411|
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