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1

Descartes based his argument for the existence of God on his idea of an infinite and perfect being

TRUE

2

Locke's term for the most fundamental, basic units of knowledge is complex ideas

FALSE

3

Ideas of Reflection are singular concepts derived from our sese experience of the outside world, like hot, yellow, sweet or soft

FALSE

4

According to Locke, the primary qualities of an object are those things that can be scientificially studied and mathematically expressed, like size shape or weight

TRUE

5

The principle of induction is the assumption that the future will be like the past

TRUE

6

The noumena, according to Kant is made up of things as they appear to us

FALSE

7

Kant's categories of the understanding are the organizing principles that the mind brings to experience

TRUE

8

St. Thomas Aquinas developed a version of the design argument called the First Cause ARgumetn

FALSE

9

The greek word "telos" means causation

FALSE

10

Moral evil is the suffering to both humans and animals that results from natural causes, like diseas and tornados

FALSE

11

The term "omniscient" means all knowning

TRUE

12

A theodicy is an attempt to justify God's allowing evil to occur in the world

TRUE

13

The free will defense claims that God cuold not creat creatures who have freedom of the iwll but who are incapable of doing evil

TRUE

14

The adversary model of the relationship between science and religion states that science and religion are never in conflict

FALSE

15

Perspectivalism describes the relationship between science and religion as one in which science adn religion cover two different territories

FALSE