Thales of Miletus and Early Philosophy Quiz

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Thales of Miletus was primarily concerned with:

What philosophical branch was associated with Thales' belief in a single building block of the universe?

Thales' belief that the universe was built around one element is known as:

What did Thales believe to be the cosmological building block based on his observations?

Thales' investigation of natural-world explanations that were not based on the Gods led to:

Who were some of Thales' successors who taught students such as Pythagoras?

What was the main focus of Philosophy in the 7th century BC?

What did Thales of Miletus believe to be the cosmological building block based on his observations?

Which philosophical branch was associated with Thales' belief in a single building block of the universe?

What was Thales' approach that led to his belief in a single building block of the universe?

What did Thales establish, where his successors taught students such as Pythagoras?

What was Thales' philosophical position regarding the universe?

Thales of Miletus was primarily concerned with moral issues rather than natural science.

Thales arrived at the conclusion that the universe was built around one element through his observations.

Thales' philosophical position was that the universe was built around multiple elements.

Thales' belief in a single building block of the universe was based on his observations of the Gods.

Thales' successors taught students such as Socrates.

Thales' philosophical branch of metaphysics was primarily focused on ethics.

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Test your knowledge of Thales of Miletus and the early philosophical focus on natural science. Learn about Thales's Monist beliefs and his contributions to metaphysics in 7th century BC.

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