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R. Barnes

But Can you play this?

Based on the concept of fact and opinion, a fact can best be described as something that can be proven true. Everyone accepts the truth. Therefore, facts are researched and then accepted, whereas the truth is already accepted and it does not have to be looked up to determine if that is...

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Pythagoras was a teacher of many things. He developed the theory that the soul passes into another body after death. He developed a whole way of life which would lead to salvation. He believed souls could be contained in animals. He said that have heard the voice of a dead friend in the howl of...

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This isn’t an argument, it’s just a pair of statements. Neither is being offered as a reason to believe the other.

The answer is (C). Neither statement is being offered as a reason to believe the other.

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Atomistic view is a philosophycal thought that originated in atomism or the atomic theory: the theory that every matter found in the universe is composed of atoms (smallest indivisible particle).

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The comptroller and the auditor general of India is considered as the person responsible for the purse of India. This means that all official payments need to go by him on order to be approved and assigned. Without his approval, the purse cannot be accessed or used. The general was given this...

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The correct answer to this question is Kapila. The name Kapila can refer to many people in texts from the medieval and ancient periods and the references are never the same. Along with people, Kapila also referred to as cows. The most well known Kapila is the person who founded the Samkhya...

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The essential characteristics of legal punishment are it must be oppressive and condemnation to the person who committed a crime. There are different kinds of how severe legal punishments to a criminal in every country but mostly follow these two characteristics. An example is a person must be...

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S. Barnes

Driving down to Knowledge town

Both Sapere and Conoscere are verbs in Italian. They don't have many usage in English than how they are used in Italian. Although these two verbs are not totally the same they still share some things together. Sapere means to have particular knowledge about something, and having a requisite...

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You don’t have a high school diploma.

The answer is (C). The conclusion doesnt follow unless you assume that the person doesnt have a high school diploma.

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