The Study Questions & Evaluating these Claims, assignment help

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Answer the 10 questions on pg.316. The Study Questions & Evaluating these Claims.

Complete the Critical Reading and Writing (CRW) exercise on p. 317. Be sure to complete Part I (5 questions) and Part II (200 word essay).

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Study Questions
1. No. An individual cannot make a statement true simply by believing it to be true. This is
because if this was so, then there would exist an illogical reality.
2. No. Society cannot make a statement true simply by believing it to be true. This is
because society is made of different individuals each with their own belief. If one
individual believes one thing to be true and it becomes so, and another believes the
opposite of the first ones’ to be true and it becomes true, then it creates contradictions and
these beliefs exist and not exist at the same time.
3. Yes. It is possible for a statement to be true in one conceptual scheme and false in
another. Conceptual schemes are used to classify objects in society. These concepts are
the categories that form the basis upon which experiences are places. It is possible for one
individual to believe that an item is true while another believes that it is false.
4. This statement cannot be true. To say “no universal generalizations are true” is to say that

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