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Luther's new religious movement that denied the authority of the pope was called?
For Luther, the major reason for the downfall of Catholicism was?
It's assimilation of Aristotle's philosophy
Luther believe the reason evil exist is?
Unfathomable to humans; only God knows
Because of his ideas Giordano Bruno was?
Burned at the stake
Who were among the first to accept Copernicus's heliocentric theory?
those mathematicians who embraced Pythagorean-Platonic philosophy
Galileo believed all of teh following,except?
the genocentric theory
descartes believed that innate ideas?
were revealed by God
Hobbes' approach to studying humans was?
Hobbes' theory of human motivation was?
According to Locke, ideas?
- 1. can come from direct sensory experience
- 2.can come from reflection on the remnants of eariler sensory experience
- 3. can be simple or complex
According to Berkeley, in order for somthing to exist to exist it must?
what did Hume refer to as "inexplicable theory"?
James Mill maintained that mental experience could be reduced to?
the simple ideas of which it is constructed
Bain's goal was to?
derscribe the physiological correlates of mental behavioral phenomena
It was a metaphor of humans as blank that especially appealedto the French sensationalists?
What would you like to do?
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