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    • Introduction to PhilosophyMid-term Examination Study GuideYou should know the following philosophers (or groups of philosophers) and theirbasic teachings: • Pre-Socratics • Thales • Pythagoras • Heraclitus • Parmenides • Zeno of Elea • Democritus • Socrates • Plato • Aristotle • Epicureans • Stoics • Jesus of NazarethYou should know the following concepts/ideas: • Branches of philosophy (name and what they study) • World-view • What logic can establish (validity) • The meaning of the word “philosophy” • The types of questions philosophers ask (big / important) • Monotheism • Polytheism • Pantheism • Panentheism • Zenos Paradox of Motion • The Socratic Method • Plato’s Cave