Teleological Wordsearch
Type
Word Search
Description

anthropic principle
design qua purpose
philosophers
teleological
aesthetic
swinburne
aquinas
tennant
design
paley

Evolution and Creation Word Search

Evolution and Creation Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

creationism
adaptation
Anthropic
evolution
Galapagos
selection
genetics
religion
Darwin
design

Elements of Art & Principles of Design Word Search

Elements of Art & Principles of Design Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

three dimensional
two dimensional
asymmetrical
symmetrical
intensity
simulated
geometric
contrast
emphasis
movement
texture
organic
pattern
balance
actual
radial
rhythm
unity
space
value
color
shape
form
Line
hue

Elements and Principles of Art Word Search

Elements and Principles of Art Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Craftsmanship
Aesthetic
Analysis
Critique
Contrast
Emphasis
Texture
Balance
Pattern
Shadow
Rhythm
Value
Color
Shape
Light
Scale
Form
Line

Textiles Wordsearch: Hw

Textiles Wordsearch: Hw
Type
Word Search
Description

Blanket Stitch
Sewing Machine
Specification
Aesthetics
Laminating
Stitching
Applique
Printing
Textiles
Monsters
Material
Pattern
Knitted
Leather
Design
Fabric
Puggly
Cotton
Needle
Linen
Woven
Wool
Felt
Pin

Elements & Principles of Design Crossword

Elements & Principles of Design Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

This can be geometric, like squares; or organic, like free formed and natural shapes, like mountains.
This is the surface quality of an object
What are the two dimensions of color?
These can be horizontal, vertical or diagonal.
This is the light that is reflected off of objects.
Color, texture, line, shape.
This refers to the size and shape of furnishings in relation to the overall shape and size of a room.
This is carrying a decorating theme throughout the room or house giving it a pleasing arrangement.
This refers to making an furnishing appear more important than the others.
This is the placement of furnishings in a way that gives equal weight to both sides of a central point.
This refers to a repeated pattern of color, line, texture, or shape.
These are guidelines to combine the elements of design.
This is the path the viewer's eye takes through the design, often moving toward a focal point.

Visual Literacy Vocabulary Crossword

Visual Literacy Vocabulary Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Artwork that has a sense of completion is said to have...
Artwork that is created to sell a product and is purely for advertising purposes is called...
When artwork has a focal point it uses the design principle...
The illusion of distance (depth) is...
The range of light and dark is...
Three dimensional shape is known as
The repetition of a color, line, or curve often produces the design principle...
Artwork with balance distributed (weighted) evenly on each side of an imaginary vertical line is called...
Having great differences in an element, such as value, produces the design principle...
A ________ is a color with black added to it.
A ______ is a color with white added to it.
Art that is created for decoration and with useful purpose is...
A material used to create an artwork is called a...
The theory of of perceiving and enjoying something for its beauty and pleasurable qualities is...
_________ is the path of a point moving through space.
A line that suggests an edge rather than clearly defining one is called an...
Colors that are directly opposite of each other on the color wheel are called...
When tints and shades of just one color are used in an artwork it is called...
The things that are represented in an artwork such as people, animals, trees, etc. are called...
Works that are familiar to the public as art are...
_________ takes art from reality but presents it in a way that is not real.
Art that is produced at the present period in time is called...
This type of art usually is associated with art in which the traditions of the past have been thrown aside in a spirit of experimentation.
______ refers to the qualities of an actual surface or the visual representation of a surface (implied.)
_______ art represents actual objects or subjects from reality.
_______ art takes nothing from reality. It is created purely for aesthetic reasons.

Lawrence Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Judgement Crossword

Lawrence Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Judgement  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Philosophical approach that uses an instrument for a practical purpose
A child's morality is linked to the personal and societal relationships
The act of officially agreeing to something
A person's sense of morality is defined abstractly through their values and principles
An inner feeling or voice acting as a guide
A child's sense of morality is controlled externally
The moral worth of an individual
The act of punishing
To obey one's orders
Concerned with the principles of right and wrong behavior

Year 7 Unit 3: Philosophy and the Meaning of life Crossword

 Year 7 Unit 3: Philosophy and the Meaning of life  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

God is all-loving
Everything that exists must have a cause. The cause of the universe must be God
The world shows evidence of a designer; this designer is God
An argument used to prove that God does not exist
Suffering caused by humans e.g. murder
Suffering caused by events that have nothing to do with humans e.g. earthquakes, volcanoes
God is all-powerful
God is all-knowing
An analogy used to support the design argument
The study of how we know things
The reason why something was created
A strong feeling or calling towards something usually an occupation or way of life

St Thomas Aquinas Word Search

St Thomas Aquinas Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

REGENT MASTER
PHILOSOPHER
BENEDICTINE
THEOLOGIAN
MENDICANT
TEACHING
ORDAINED
WRITER
FRANCE
NAPLES
BIBLE
ITALY
SAINT
MONK

Philosophy Vocab Word Scramble

Philosophy Vocab Word Scramble
Type
Word Scramble
Description

a posteriori
a priori
analogy
telos
noumenal
phenomenal
design qua purpose
design qua regularity
natural theology
anthropic
epicurean
Ockham's razon
cosmos
successive addition
infinite regress
epistemic distance
potentiality
actuality
privatio boni
ontology
intrinsic maximum
irenaeus
mutually exclusive
inconsistent triad
vienna circle
logical positivists
analytical
mathematical
synthetic
empirical
eschatological
realist
anti-realist
article of faith
mystic
ineffable
via negativa
univocal
equivocal
metaphysics
sensible beings
symbol
symbol
sign