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60 1 P.T.O.

+t||| =|s =| +-|t-+|--=| = -o-+r +t


=- |=o
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PHILOSOPHY

|+||t- =- : 3 =|=-- == : 100
Time allowed : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100
=+| =| =t = |= := +-+-++ - -|;- +r 8 r
+-+-++ - :||r+ r| =| =|t |: =|s +--t =| c|+ +-|t-+|--=| = -o-+r +t |=o
=+| =| =t = |= := +-+-++ - 35 +-+ r
=t + =t :-tt |o+t n= =t+ = z, + =t =t= |o
:= +-+-++ =| +c+ = |= 15 |-+ =| =- |:| | r +-+-++ =| |-t +| -
10.15 -= |=| =|| 10.15 -= = 10.30 -= -= c|+ == +-+-++ =| +c =|t
:= =| = :|t|+ +-|t-+|--=| +t =|: +-|t +r| |=o
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60 2
=tt- |+n :
(i) =t +-+ =|+| r
(ii) +-+ =c| 1 10 -= = -r|=+| +-+ r :+ +-+| - += =| 1 == r
(iii) +-+ =c| 11 20 -= = += +-+ = 2 == r :+ +-+| = + = = +-|t
40 n:| = =|= +r| r|+ ||r
(iv) +-+ =c| 21 30 -= = += +-+ = 4 == r :+ +-+| = + = = +-|t
100 n:| = =|= +r| r|+ ||r
(v) +-+ =c| 31 35 -= = += +-+ = 6 == r :+ +-+| = + = = +-|t
150 n:| = =|= +r| r|+ ||r
General Instructions :
(i) All questions are compulsory.
(ii) Questions no. 1 10 are multiple choice questions of 1 mark each.
(iii) Questions no. 11 20 are of 2 marks each. The answers to these questions
should not exceed 40 words each.
(iv) Questions no. 21 30 are of 4 marks each. The answers to these questions
should not exceed 100 words each.
(v) Questions no. 31 35 are of 6 marks each. The answers to these questions
should not exceed 150 words each.

1. -; ;|t| +|-+||:- =| =| =| =c| r
(i) =
(ii) :|
(iii) -|+
(iv) |t
The number of Buddhas noble truths is
(i) One
(ii) Two
(iii) Three
(iv) Four
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2. +-=|= = | - +:| =| =c| r
(i) +|
(ii) c
(iii) =|-
(iv) =|=
The number of steps in Patanjalis Yoga is
(i) Five
(ii) Six
(iii) Seven
(iv) Eight
3. ||=| =| -|=| +-+|| =| =c| r
(i) =
(ii) :|
(iii) -|+
(iv) |t
The number of pururthas accepted by rvkas are
(i) One
(ii) Two
(iii) Three
(iv) Four
4. |t-| :n+ - :n+| =| =c| r
(i) c
(ii) =|-
(iii) =|=
(iv) +|
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The total number of schools in Indian Philosophy is
(i) Six
(ii) Seven
(iii) Eight
(iv) Nine
5. =;- :|-- - |- |+;|=| =| =c| r
(i) -|+
(ii) |t
(iii) +|
(iv) c
The number of kinds of sleep advocated by Advaita Vedanta is
(i) Three
(ii) Four
(iii) Five
(iv) Six
6. :=|- ;|t| -|=| +:|| =| =c| r
(i) =
(ii) :|
(iii) -|+
(iv) |t
The number of substances accepted by Descartes is
(i) One
(ii) Two
(iii) Three
(iv) Four
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7. =t-- = :n+ - =|t| =| =c| r
(i) -|+
(ii) |t
(iii) +|
(iv) c
The number of causes in Aristotle is
(i) Three
(ii) Four
(iii) Five
(iv) Six
8. =|c :n+ = =+=|t +-|| =| =c| r
(i) :|
(ii) -|+
(iii) |:r
(iv) =|=r
According to Smkhya the number of pramnas (criteria of valid
knowledge) is
(i) Two
(ii) Three
(iii) Fourteen
(iv) Sixteen
9. =|:|+= = =+=|t |:=| =| =c| r
(i) =
(ii) |+-|+
(iii) = r=|t
(iv) =+--
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60 6
According to Leibniz, the number of monads is
(i) One
(ii) Ninty-nine
(iii) One Thousand
(iv) Infinite
10. =| = =+=|t =c| =| +|-+|-|| =| =c| r
(i) -|+
(ii) |t
(iii) +|
(iv) c
According to Kant, the number of categories of quantity is
(i) Three
(ii) Four
(iii) Five
(iv) Six
11. +- =| +|t|+| :||=
Define rta.
12. +-=|= = =|=+= =-|| =| =|t| =| |c| =||=
Explain Patanjalis notion of savikalpak Samadhi.
13. |=|+-: ;|t| +|-+||:- |r||t= :|-- =| +|t|+| :||=
Define Vivekanandas notion of practical Vedanta.
14. -; ;|t| +|-+||:- =| =| =| +|t+| =||=
Enumerate Buddhas noble truths.
15. =|c :n+ =| +=|- =| =|t| =| +|t|+| :||=
Define Smkhyas notion of prakrti.
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16. r =r+ =| | = r |= -+ = =|t| =|= r ?
What is meant by saying Mind is a tabula rasa ?
17. ++|:|+ =|t = =t-- =| | =|n r ?
What does Aristotle mean by material cause ?
18. ||-= +|t =| | = r ?
What is meant by physical environment ?
19. |+t+ =|:n = =| =| | =|n r ?
What does Kant mean by categorical imperative ?
20. n- = =+=|t -|+ = n|- | r ?
What according to Hume are the sources of knowledge ?
21. +-+| = =+ - - =| |c| =||=
Explain Dharma as a pururtha.
22. -|; :n+ = +-|=-+|: |=;|-- =| |c| =||=
Explain Buddhist doctrine of pratityasamutpda.
23. =+ :n+ = =+=|--|: |=;|-- =| |c| =||=
Explain Jaina doctrine of anekntavda.
24. n|+= :n+ - ; (+:|) =| |c| =||=
Explain Vaieikas category of dravya (substance).
25. -n = | =| |c| =||=
Explain the characteristics of Brahman.
26. -=|: = -c |=;|--| =| |c| =||=
Explain the basic tenets of rationalism.
27. -== =| -- =|- -- =|t| =| |c| =||=
Explain Berkeleys notion of esse est precepi.
28. =|t-| = =+=| |=;|-- =| |c| =||=
Explain the entailment theory of causation.
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29. =|= =|t +== -|== = -| =|:n =- =| |c| =||=
Enumerate the ideal relationship between a lawyer and his client.
30. =++ +|t =| =t| =| r- -r-+ | -|++| ||r, :==| |c| =||=
Explain why it is important for us to care for our environment.
31. | == =+|: -|+ =| +| |=;|-- r| ==-| r ? =++ +-|t = + - -=
:||=
Can empiricism alone be a sufficient theory of knowledge ? Give reasons
in support of your answer.
32. =+=|--|: =|t -|:|: - =--- =| |c| =||=
Explain the relationship between anekntavda and sydvda.
33. =t-- = =|=||t= =|t =| =|t| =| |c| =||=
Explain Aristotles notion of formal cause.
34. | |==| =|| =| -c +t- =|=-=-=|= =| =-|+| r|+| ||r ? |c|
=||=
Should earning more and more profit be the sole criterion of success for a
businessman ? Explain.
35. -; = | =| = =| |c| =||=
Explain Buddhas fourth noble truth.
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