• So you do Philosophy? You see that its completely mathematical and there can only be one answer (or in this case, one truth). Countless philosophers over the years have screwed up theories and lived their lives counting on their flawed perspectives... true philosophy is a situation where there cannot be two answers - but remember, the universe is complex. One answer does not equate to easy answer. Let's see how clearly you think.
  • Choose the best answer - one that you relate to, find most logical and answers the question best. Be honest with yourself. This is a test of your general clarity level and not an IQ test. We can all choose the 'right' answer if we really try, but how often we actually do choose the right one is the question. Note: All Premises originate from a Basis and lead up to the Conclusion. Have fun!
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    The following question can be answered with a basic logical sequence. (1) Witches are women. (2) Witches have supernatural powers. What can you infer from these statements?

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    Gets a little more complex...(1) Witches are women. (2) Women have boobs. What can you infer from these statements? *boobs - Breasts or milk-secreting, glandular organs.

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    Just one more of women and boobs... (1) Women have boobs. (2) Men have boobs. Therefore, humans have boobs. What is the problem with this philosophy?

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    Ok, now the usual philosophical screw-ups... (1) My parents got married in their twenties and had kids. (2) Most people I know got married in their twenties and had kids. Therefore, people should get married in their twenties and have kids. What is the problem with this philosophy?

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    Something more tricky but common... (1) The bible says to follow the ten commandments to be a good person. (2) Aaron dedicatedly follows the ten commandments. Therefore, Aaron must be a good person. What is the problem with this philosophy?

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    Last question: (1) Human beings are conscious creatures. (2) Consciousness is a state of self-awareness. Therefore human beings are self-aware creatures. Is this philosophy right or wrong?