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Which philosopher started the Lyceum
a) Plato b) Aristotle c) Socrates d)
Which philosopher wrote the famous book Politics
a) Aristotle b) Plato c) Socrates d)
Which Philosopher was Alexander the Great's tutor
a) Plato b) Socrates c) Aristotle d)
Which philosopher was one of Socrates' students
a) Plato b) Aristotle c) Archimedes d)
Which philosopher wrote the Republic
a) Socrates b) Aristotle c) Plato d)
Which philosopher had a low opinion about democracy and preferred Sparta's government
a) Socrates b) Aristotle c) Plato d)
Which philosopher wrote nothing down?
a) Socrates b) Aristotle c) Plato d)
Which philosopher was accused of corrupting the youth
a) Socrates b) Plato c) Aristotle d)
Which philosopher believed in absolute truth rather than relative truth?
a) Aristotle b) Plato c) Socrates d)
Which philosopher encouraged students to clear away mistaken ideas and discover the truth
a) Aristotle b) Plato c) Socrates d)
Which philosopher believed state goals were more important than individual goals
a) Plato b) Socrates c) Aristotle d)
Which philosopher wanted only the most educated and intelligent to participate in government
a) Plato b) Socrates c) Aristotle d)
Which philosopher taught the golden mean
a) Aristotle b) Plato c) Socrates d)
Which philosopher believed the ideal government was a balance between a monarchy, aristocracy and democracy
a) Plato b) Aristotle c) Socrates d)
Which philosopher preferred the power rest in the hands of the middle class
a) Plato b) Socrates c) Aristotle d)
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