1. In the Scientific Revolution, what did Locke look to experiment?
- An observation, rather than ancient texts for certainty
- Ancient texts
- Modern texts to compare to ancient ones
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2. Rational Monads are best described as:
- their ideas received media attention, searched for God's approval, however incapable of apperception
- close to God, rational analysis, capable of apperception, ideas receive attention
- rationally stable, capable of apperception, atheists
- close to God, capable of perception, rationally analytical
3. What did the Molyneux Problem conclude?
- Be too confused by visual images for anything to happen, however underlying geometry of shapes = independent of sensory images in brain
- Be too dazzled by visual images for it to happen, however underlying geometry of shapes = independent of sensory images that illustrate them
- Be too dazzled by sensory images for it to happen, however underlying geometry of shapes = independent of visual images that illustrate them
- CHIP is worthless lol
4. Leibniz's political career was where?
- The house of Hanover
- The house of Hermiver
- The house of Berlin
5. How did early modern scientists establish matter of fact?
- Through publishing articles but not actually witnessing the experiment being carried out
- Through observation, direct witnessing of experiments and reporting this in journals
- Through witnessing people do the experiment but not publishing it as it was inside knowledge
- Take a pic and upload it on insta with all the hashtags #likeforlike #instawhat nofilter