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Q: 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 Philosophy
A: The answer is Christianity and Greek Philosophy Medieval philosophy was most strongly influenced by Christianity and Greek Philosophy.
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User: 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 Philosophy

Weegy: The answer is Christianity and Greek Philosophy Medieval philosophy was most strongly influenced by Christianity and Greek Philosophy.
Shey091808|Points 863|

User: Academic skepticism takes its name from (Points : 1) Plato's school. Cicero's school. Aristotle's school. Theophrastus' school.

Weegy: 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.
itsybitsy|Points 479|

User: The study of the rules of reasoning and how one should think is called (Points : 1) aesthetics. epistemology. ontology. None of these choices

Weegy: The study of the rules of reasoning and how one should think is called NONE OF THE ABOVE. The term is LOGIC.
andrewpallarca|Points 21519|

User: 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.
evermore|Points 432|

User: "The unexamined life is not worth living for human beings" is attributed to (Points : 1) Cicero. Hegel. Protagoras. Socrates.

Weegy: 4. Socrates - "The unexamined life is not worth living for human beings" is attributed to Socrates.
SecretAgent|Points 1802|

User: Who was Socrates' greatest student? (Points : 1) Thales Plato Cicero Pythagoras

Weegy: Plato was considered Socrates' greatest student. source-
bananayumboat|Points 563|

User: 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.

Weegy: 1.)nothing can be certain, including this claim itself.
ANGEEELICA|Points 7867|

User: __________________ was a pre-Socratic philosopher who insisted on the importance of mathematics. (Points : 1) Ibn Rushd Pythagoras Heraclitus Parmenides

Weegy: Pythagoras was a pre-Socratic philosopher who insisted on the importance of mathematics.
rodnix|Points 411|

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