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Q 90. “Akasha is of two types- Lokakasha and Alokakasha” Which one of the following schools upheld the above view?

1. Vaisesikas school

2. Bauddha school

3. Jaina school

4. Samkhya school

Q 91. Which of the following is incompatible with the views of Socrates?

1. Knowledge is possible

2. Everything is subjective

3. Youth should grow virtuous

4. Unexamined life is not worth living

Q 92. Which of the following is not a means of polity and an axiom of Interstate diplomacy for Kautilya?

1. Sama

2. Bala

3. Bheda

4. Danda

Q 93. Identify the correct options from the following;

1. In the case of valid deductive argument the conclusion overlaps the premises

2. In the case of inductive arguments the conclusion does not overlap the premises

3. In the case of inductive argument there underlies an entailment relation between the premises and the conclusion

4. In the case of valid deductive argument the conclusion is logically deduced from the premises

Q 94. Mark the incompatible one from the options given below with reference to Patanjali’s Yoga;

1. Ishvara is a special kind of Purusha, who is eternally emancipated

2. Ishvara is the creator, preserver and destroyer of the world

3. Ishvara is the purest knowledge

4. Ishvara has nothing to do with bondage and liberation of the Purushas

Q 95. Select the option which is not compatible with the Vaisesika’s philosophy;

1. Samvaya is perceptible

2. Sabda is a pramāna

3. Tamah (darkeness) is not a dravya

4. Kala is Nitya

Q 96. We can perceive, according to the Nyaya, all the members of a class by

1. Yogaja sannikarsha

2. Samanya Laksanā sannikarsha

3. Jnana Laksanā sannikarsha

4. Viseshanata sannikarsha

Q 97. Who among the following held that there is no necessary relation between cause and effect?

1. Spinoza

2. Thomas Aquinas

3. David Hume

4. Immanuel Kant

Q 98. Which pramāna is not accepted by Ramanuja?

1. Pratayskha

2. Anumana

3. Upamana

4. Sabda

Q 99. Match the List I with List II

List I

a. Augustine

b. Descartes

c. Hegel

d. Locke

List II

i. Meditations

ii. Phenomenology of Mind

iii. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding

iv. Confessions


1. iv i ii iii

2. ii iii iv i

3. i ii iii iv

4. iii iv i ii

Q 100. Match the two lists with reference to Kant’s philosophical position:

List I

a. Kant’s ethics

b. Kant’s metaphysics

c. Kant’s epistemology

d. Kant’s transcendental dialectics

List II

i .Rational justification to affirm God, soul and morality

ii. Sensibility and understanding

iii. Not maximum happiness but worthy of happiness

iv. Reality is constructed in human mind


1. iii iv ii i

2. i iii ii iv

3. ii iii iv i

4. iv iii ii i