CBSE Question Paper 2014 Class 12 Philosophy

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CBSE Question Paper 2014 Class 12 Philosophy conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi in the month of March 2014. CBSE previous year question papers with the solution are available in myCBSEguide mobile app and website. The Best CBSE App for students and teachers is myCBSEguide which provides complete study material and practice papers to CBSE schools in India and abroad.

CBSE Question Paper 2014 Class 12 Philosophy

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CBSE Question Paper 2014 Class 12 Philosophy

General Instructions :

  1. All questions are compulsory.
  2. Question Hos.1 — 10 are multiple choice questions of1 mark each.
  3. Question Nos. 11 — 20  are of 2  marks each  The answers fo these questions should not exceed 40 words each.
  4. Question Nos. 21 — 30 are of 4 marks each. The answers to these questions should not exceed 100 words each.
  5. Question Nos. 31 — 35 are of 6 marks each. The answers to these questions should not exceed 150 words each.

1. According to Buddha, the number of steps in the path leading to Nirvana ’is

(i) Four
(ii) Six
(iii) Eight
(iv) Twelve

2. According to Jainism, the number of substances is

(i) One
(iii) four
(iv) six

3. The number of Angas of Yoga is

(i) Three
(iii) Seven
(ii) Five
(iv) Nine

4. According to Vaiéesikas the number of Pudorthas “is

(i) Seven
(ii) Nine
(iii) Eleven
(iv) Sixteen

5. According to Samkhya school, the number of sources of valid knowledge is

(i) Three
(ii) Four
(iii) Six
(iv) Eight

6. According to Spinoza, the number of substances is

(i) One
(ii) Two
(iii) Five
(iv) Infinite

7. According to Locke, the number of qualities is

(i) Zero
(ii) Two
(iii) Three
(iv) Four

8. According to Kant, the number of forms of the imperative is

(i) One
(ii) Three
(iii) Five
(iv) Seven

9. According to Descartes number of kinds of innate ideas is

(i) One
(ii) Two
(iii) Four
(iv) Six

10. According to Berkeley, the number of kinds of ideas is

(i) One
(ii) Two
(iii) Three
(iv) Four

11. Explain Rg Veda’s notion of RTA.

12. Explain Patanjali’s notion of Nirvikalpak Snxn.

13. Enumerate Buddha’s eightfold path.

14. Define Siimkhya’s notion of Purusa.

15. What does Samkara mean by ’Maya?

16. What does Aristotle mean by efficient cause’??

17. What is meant by ‘mental environment’?

18. Define Locke’s notion of ‘primary quality’.

19. Define Spinoza ’s notion attributes’.

20. What does Leibnitz mean by ‘pre-established harmony’?

21. What according to Descartes are the characteristics of knowledge?

22. Distinguish between Hume’s notions of ideas’ and ‘impressions’.

23. Explain Kant’s distinction between analytic and synthetic propositions.

24. Explain regularity principle of causation.

25. Distinguish between learning and education.

26. Explain the doctrine of Purusarthas.

27. Explain Bhagavadgita’s notion of Niskama karma yoga.

28. Enumerate the twelve links in the chain explained by Buddha in the Second Noble Truth.

29. Explain the notion of Samavaya (inherence) in Var:seéika school.

30. Explain Samkhya’s doctrine of three Gunas (qualities).

31. Explain the distinction between empiricism and rationalism.

32. Elaborate Kant’s distinction between apriori and Aposteriori propositions.

33. Bring out the relationship between Syadvada and anekantavada.

34. Explain the relationship between the physical and spiritual environment.

35. Explain Siimkhya’s account of puruéa.

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