Passage III

21. The passage is best described as being told from the  point of view of a philosopher who is:

  • A. discussing metaphysical questions that have troubled
    philosophers since the time of Descartes.

  • B. presenting in chronological order the key events in
    his thirty-year professional career.

  • C. reflecting on his own early, developing interest in
    philosophy and in scholarship generally.

  • D. advising professional educators on how to get
    more students to study philosophy.