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Objectivity is: A.up to the observer




Objectivity is;A.up to the observer;B.problem free;C.the hallmark of science;D.not testable;The Milesians and Heraclitus interpreted experience as;A.phenomena of the senses, characterized by constant change.;B.coming only from individual experiences.;C.purely sensual.;D.objective.;The Academy was;A.Plato?s well-known lecture;B.The school Plato attended as a child;C.The name for those who believed in Plato?s works;D.Plato?s school;??a penetrating insight,?? is;A.when he argued that all explanations of memory as sensory aftereffect were fundamentally wrong;B.memory is born with thousands of stored impressions;C.the soul?s power to know its former activities;D.the activity of the soul;Positivism states that our descriptions and explanations of phenomena must be anchored in sense experience.;True;False;According to Kuhn, a paradigm includes all the beliefs that are taught to professionals in a field.;True;False;Heraclitus proposed that condensations and rarefactions of air account for the world of appearances, an adaptation of the proposals of Thales and Anaximander.;True;False;Stoicism shared many key features with Cynicism, because there was no real difference that gave an immense advantage to the Stoics.;True;False;Aristotle had viewed the self/psyche as inseparable from the body, as the form and the functioning of the body.;True;False;Aquinas attempted to answer all critics of the faith, including those who asked what occupied God before he created the universe.;True;False;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 1;Level of Detail: Only answer needed;Other Requirements: The answers are multiple choice


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