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6. Leibniz's political career was where?
- The house of Hanover
- The house of Berlin
- The house of Hermiver
7. Rational Monads are best described as:
- rationally stable, capable of apperception, atheists
- 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
- close to God, capable of perception, rationally analytical
8. The Molyneux Problem included what three things?
- a man, a woman and a shape of some sort dunno wasn't really listening
- a blind man, a cube and a square
- a blind man, a cube and a sphere
- a blind man, a square and a cube
9. Early modern scientists believed that women were...
- not allowed to witness, as their reputation was not trustworthy
- smarter than men and should always witness
- not allowed to publish anything, but could witness
- incapable of witnessing because they had no brain
10. Monads are unlike who's idea of interactional parallelism between mind and body?
11. Supreme Monads:
- Equated with God for which all purposes and perception are created
- Equated with God for which all purposes and perception are removed
- Equated with God where no purposes and perceptions are created
- People on their high horse
12. Leibnitz was promise what if he succeeded with his designs?
- Lifetime supply of windmills to carry on business
- Lifetime pension, designs worked!
- Lifetime pension, designs didn't work tho
- Lifetime prison, luckily designs didn't work
13. Simple Monads:
- Indistinct unconscious perception = all things have it
- Stupid people with no brains
- Distinct unconscious perception = some things have it
- Conscious but indistinct perception = most things have it
14. Leibnitz was obsessed with using windmill power to do what?
- To drain from miles in the mountains
- To gather solar power
- To gather wind processed power
- You don't want to know...
15. Leibnitz co-invented what with who?
- Windmills duh, he don't need no help
- Calculus with Isaac Newton
- Microscope with Locke
- Abacus with Isaac Newton
16. In the Scientific Revolution, what did Locke look to experiment?
- Ancient texts
- An observation, rather than ancient texts for certainty
- Modern texts to compare to ancient ones