A. Pragmatism B. Cultural Relativism C. Immanuel Kant
D. Descartes E. Hedonism F. Empiricism
G. John Locke H. George Berkeley I. David Hume
J. Rationalism K. John Stuart Mill L. Emotivism
_______. This philosophy emphasizes epistemology and holds that truth can be discovered solely through reason and abstract reasoning without reference to sensory observations, experiments or experience.
______. This philosopher is credited with the modern version of an ethical theory known as “utilitarianism.”
______. This philosophy can be traced back to Protagoras and his beliefs that “might makes right” and “man is the measure of all things.”
______. This philosophy teaches that rational and objective observation of human behavior demonstrates that mankind’s behavior is largely explained by his active pursuit of pleasure, always a good end, and his predictable avoidance of pain, an undesirable end.
______. This empiricist philosopher believed that our minds are “