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Phl 111 module 2 3 module two exam

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Phl 111 module 2 3 module two exam

  1. 1. PHL 111 Module 2-3 Module Two Exam  Follow Below Link to Download Tutorial https://homeworklance.com/downloads/phl-111-module-2-3-module-two-exam/ For More Information Visit Our Website ( https://homeworklance.com/ ) Email us At: Support@homeworklance.com or lancehomework@gmail.com PHL 111 Module 2-3 Module Two Exam    1. Award: 5 out of 5.00 points     A conclusion is supported by propositions known as   syllogisms. principles. premises. arguments.      2. Award: 5 out of 5.00 points     Plato wrote in his Phaedrus that the human soul is divided into one rational and two nonrational parts. one rational and one nonrational parts. two rational and one nonrational parts. two rational and two nonrational parts.      3. Award: 5 out of 5.00 points     Because we are both rational and nonrational, Plato argued, we are at our best when the two aspects are in harmony. inhibited. cultivated. stimulated.        4. Award: 5 out of 5.00 points     In addition to abstract thinking and logical argumentation, reason has   a nonrational aspect. an evolutionary aspect. an instinctive component. a behavioral component.      5.
  2. 2. Award: 5 out of 5.00 points     The argument that women and men have the same rational nature and that any gaps that exist are based on discrimination and societal attitudes is considered a ___________ one.   feminist rationalist conservative Judeo-Christian      6. Award: 5 out of 5.00 points     Rather than thinking critically, many people think _____________ when it comes to matters of race, sex, and age.     logically rationally stereotypically creatively     7. Award: 5 out of 5.00 points     Sex stereotypes harm men as well as women.     True False     8. Award: 5 out of 5.00 points       Research supports the idea that sex-based differences in reasoning are based primarily on innate biological differences between men and women.     True False       9. Award: 0 out of 5.00 points     Reason can operate on both the conscious and the unconscious level.   True False        10.
  3. 3. Award: 5 out of 5.00 points     Emotion is a relic from our evolutionary past and should always be put aside when making decisions.     True False

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