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chapter:   Introduction to Educational Philosophy

1. The literal meaning of philosophy is

a. Love of Wisdom

B. Love of Knowledge

c. Love of truth

d. Love of God

2. The word philosophy comes from the word philo-sophia which is

a. Latin word

B. Greek word

c. Celtic word

d. Roman Word

3. The nature of philosophy can be explained as

a. Critical

B. Synthetic

c. Comprehensive

d. All of the above

4. Education is the dynamic side of

a. Psychology

B. Sociology

c. Philosophy

d. Literature

5. There is interaction between Philosophy and education, either without the other is

a. Incomplete and unserviceable.

B. Complete and whole

c. Functional and efficient

d. Purposeful

6. Philosophy asks and answers various questions pertaining to the whole field of

a. Physical science

B. Education

c. Environment

d. Sociology

7. All Great philosophers of the world have also been

a. Great leaders

B. Great speaker

c. Great educators

d. Great healer

8. The scope of educational philosophy is directly concerned with the

a. Educational evaluation

B. Primary education

c. Concept of education

d. Problems of education

9. The scope of philosophy of education is formed by

a. The belief of the society

B. The educational values.

c. The political principles

d. Opinioned of the people

10. Aims of education are relative to

a. Aim of religion

B. Aim of teacher

c. Aim of life

d. Aim of government

11. What is teaching through deductive method?

a. From specific to general

B. From general to specific

c. From macro to micro

d. From easy to difficult

12. Which of the following statements is correct?

a. Education is an art

B. Education is a science

c. It is neither an art nor science

d. It is an art and a science

13. The ultimate human values are the nature of

a. Spiritual

B. Intellectual

c. Physical

d. None of the above

14. The intimacy between philosophy and religion can be seen in the field of

a. Values

B. Goals of Life

c. Aims of knowledge

d. All of the above

15. The nature of philosophy can be explained as

a. Physical science

B. Life science

c. Universal science

d. None of the above

16. Philosophical thinking is characterized by

a. Philosophical result

B. Philosophical effect

c. Philosophical conclusion

d. All of the above

17. Which of the following does not pertain to intellectual development aim of education?

a. Spiritual development

B. Cultivation of intelligence

c. Training and formation of mind

d. Development of cognitive power

18. Knowledge arising out of similar cognition or perception is known as

a. Inference

B. Testimony

c. Perception

d. Comparison

19. The materialistic define value as

a. Mental

B. Spiritual

c. Material

d. Intellectual

20. Which is not the nature of philosophy?

a. Science of knowledge

B. Totality of man’s creative ideas

c. Planned attempt on search of truth

d. Collective ensemble of various viewpoints

21. On what is based the need for teaching philosophy of education

a. Individual difference

B. Different teaching method

c. Diverse education system

d. Different philosophies express different aspects of Education

22. The aim of education for harmonious development of the child means

a. Development of all the qualities of the mind to the maximum possible extent.

B. Development of a sound mind in a sound body.

c. Development of physical, mental and moral potentialities of the chi

23. What is development of human potentialities in education?

a. Individual aim

B. Social aim

c. Individual as well as social aim

d. Specific aim.

24. The philosophical methods include

a. Induction

B. Dialectical

c. Deduction`

d. All of the above

25. The most important trait of philosophy is

a. Analysis

B. Criticism

c. Synthesis

d. Scrutiny

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