TRUE or FALSE: Thales sought to explain things in terms of his own reasoning and observations. 2.TRUE or FALSE: Thales was a ‘pluralist’ and an ‘idealist.’3.TRUE or FALSE: Pythagoras was “the first (w

TRUE or FALSE: Thales sought to explain things in terms of his own reasoning and observations. 2.TRUE or FALSE: Thales was a ‘pluralist’ and an ‘idealist.’3.TRUE or FALSE: Pythagoras was “the first (western) philosopher.” 4.TRUE or FALSE: ‘Monism’ claims that ultimate reality is ultimately ‘one.’5.TRUE or FALSE: ‘Pluralism’ claims that ultimate reality is ultimately more-than-one / ‘many.’6.TRUE or FALSE: ‘Stasis’ claims that ultimate reality is “always changing.”7.TRUE or FALSE: The principal claim of ‘Idealism’ claims that ultimate realityis ‘unchanging.”8.TRUE or FALSE: ‘Dynamism’ claims that ultimate reality is non-physical and consists of Mind, or “minds-and-ideas.” 9.TRUE or FALSE: ‘Physicalism’ claims that ultimate reality is ultimately material or physical in nature: “matter-in-motion.”10.TRUE or FALSE: A ‘worldview’ is “a way of interpreting” reality and willinfluence what is believable and valuable and ‘do-able’for individual persons or for a group of people.11.TRUE or FALSE: Worldviews are accounts (only) of reality held by individuals only – groups of people cannot share a worldview.12.TRUE or FALSE: One’s worldview is ‘a way of interpreting reality.’ 13.TRUE or FALSE: One’s worldview is ‘a way of responding to reality.’14.TRUE or FALSE: One’s worldview is ‘a way of valuing reality

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