Philosophy BA 2nd Year Most Important Questions 2022-2023

Today this post consists of the philosophy ba 2nd year most important questions for the session 2022-23. 

These questions are taken randomly from the question bank. 

The questions were selected on the repetition of year by year in the examination.

So, read it very carefully and try to solve it with the help of the textbook.

These questions are already asked in the past exam paper but still, it is very important for the upcoming examination too.

Philosophy is a subject, which is based on the truth and principles and explains everything with proper reason.

Philosophy is a complete science and the general law of society.

Now come to the point.

First of all, you have to write ba 2nd year philosophy questions in your notebook.

Then read the related chapter in the university-recommended textbook.

Understand the thought of the subject and start to write the answer to these most important philosophy questions in your own words.

This process will help you to memorize the answer to ba 2nd year philosophy question paper easily.

This will save you time and energy.

BA 2nd Year Philosophy Question Paper

B.A Second Year Paper 1st Philosophy

Paper-1 (Indian Philosophical Approaches)

  • Discuss the. ethical thought of Upanishadas.
  • Explain the nature of Akhyati.
  • State Anatmavada.
  • Explain the nature of Upamana Pramana.
  • Write notes on the following in 100 words:- (1) Para and Apara Vidya (2) Dehatmavada (3) Sthitaprajna as an Ideal Person (4) Types of Samadhi according to Yoga Darshan (5) Abhava and its kinds (6) Qualified Non-dualism.
  • Answer the following questions in 250 words:- (1) Explain Vidhi-Arthavada according to Purva-Mimansa (2) State and discuss ‘Syadvada (3) State and explain the doctrine of Pratityasamutpada (4) Elaborately discuss Anuman Pramana in Nyaya Darshan (5) Discuss Satkaryavada of Samkhya Darshan.
  • Answer the following questions in 500 words:- (1) Write an essay on Karma Yoga in Bhagvatgita (2) Explain in detail Kevaladvaita of Sankar.
  • Explain the notion of para and apara vidya according to Upanishadic philosophy.
  • Explain chavaka's views on Pramanas.
  • Explain the concept of Samadhi according to Yoga darshan. 
  • Explain the concept of God in Sankara's Advaita.
  • Write short notes on the following:- (1) Anatmavada of Buddhism (2) Madhva's dvaitavada (3) Idea of Sthitapradnya in Gita (4) Charvaka's Bhut-chaitanyavada (5) Nature of Jiva according to Jaina (6) Apaurusheyatva of Vedas.
  • Elaborately discuss the brahmana concept by purvamimasa. 
  • State and discuss the Padartha of Vaisesika Darshan.
  • Explain Shankaracharya's Mayavada.
  • State and discuss Upanishada's opposition to the ritualism of Brahmanas. 
  • Elaborate on the concept of Bhakti yoga in Bhagavadgita. 
  • State and explain the four major schools of Buddhism.

B.A Second Year Paper 2nd Philosophy

Paper-2 (History of Western Philosophy, Ancient, Medieval & Modern)

  • Explain Empedocles’s views about the nature of reality.
  • Explain the term Nominalism.
  • What is the concept of ‘Monad’?
  • What does Hegel understand by the term dialectic?
  • Write short notes on- (1) St. Anselm’s ontological proof for the existence of God (2) Spinoza’s monism (3) Hume’s concept of self (4) Parmenides’s notion of Being (5) Aristotle’s theory of causation (6) Subjective Idealism.
  • Elaborately discuss Aristotle’s views of substance.
  • State and bring out the significance of Locke’s distinction between primary and secondary qualities.
  • “Virtue is knowledge.” Explain and comment.
  • Discuss Hume’s views on causation.
  • Discuss Kant’s notion of synthetic a priori judgment.
  • Elaborately discuss Plato’s theory of forms.
  • Write a critical essay on Descartes’s rationalism.

MGKVP BA 2nd Year Previous Years Question Papers (Philosophy)

  • Define Logic.
  • What are truth and validity? Explain
  • Which are categorical propositions?
  • What is Conversion? Explain with an example.
  • Sketch the vein Diagram of propositions 'A' & 'E'.
  • Make a truth table of Implication.
  • What do you understand by Ethics? Explain.
  • Explain freedom of will in ethics.
  • Explain the categorical imperative of Kant.
  • Discuss the Nishkam Karmyog of Geeta.
  • What is the superman of Nietzche? Discuss. 
  • What is the difference between the utilitarianism of Bentham and Mill?
  • Discuss the theory of 'Duty for duty's sake
  • Explain the Ethics of Mahatma Gandhi.
  • What are Induction and Deduction? Explain.
  • Explain the traditional square of opposition.
  • Discuss the chief functions of language.
  • Explain the difference between moral and immoral deeds.
  • Critically explain the retribution theory of punishment.

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