Given below are two statements, one labelled as Assertion (A) and other labelled as Reason (R). Select the correct answer:
Assertion (A) No genuine understanding of Aristotle can endorse the opinion that his philosophise system was the opposite of Plato.
Reason (R) Aristotle's system is an attempt to Philosophical on idealism free from the defects of Plato's system.

Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer:
List-I (Aristotle's theory of causation) List-II (Explanations)
a. The efficient cause 1. The substance and essence of the thing
b. The final cause 2. Matter of which it is composed
c. The material cause 3. The purpose towards which the movement is directed.
d. The formal cause 4. The cause of motion

John Locke's contribution chiefly lies in his
1. Consent theory
2. Limited government
3. Theory of state as a corporate body
4. Organic conception of state
Select the correct answer:

Match the following in the term of Thinkers and Ideas.
List-I (Thinkers) List-II (Ideas)
a. John Locke 1. Partyless democracy
b. Hobbes 2. Consent Theory
c. Jaya Prakash Narain 3. Neo-liberalism
d. Robert Nozick 4. Absolute Sovereignty

A great merit of the Marxist theory of state lies in the fact that:

For Plato which of the following statements is not true?
1. Ideas are substances.
2. Ideas are an essences of all things.
3. Ideas are reflections of things.
4. Ideas are an universal.
Select the correct answer:

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