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  1. Does language play roles of equal importance in different areas of knowledge 2.pdf

    Does language play roles of equal importance in different areas of knowledge 2.pdf

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  2. Does language play roles of equal importance in different areas of knowledge 1.pdf

    Does language play roles of equal importance in different areas of knowledge 1.pdf

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  3. Are reason and emotion equally necessary in justifying moral decisions3.pdf

    Are reason and emotion equally necessary in justifying moral decisions3.pdf

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  4. Are reason and emotion equally necessary in justifying moral decisions2.pdf

    Are reason and emotion equally necessary in justifying moral decisions2.pdf

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  5. Are reason and emotion equally necessary in justifying moral decisions 1.pdf

    Are reason and emotion equally necessary in justifying moral decisions 1.pdf

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  6. we will always learn more about human life and human personality from novels than from scientific psychology..pdf

    we will always learn more about human life and human personality from novels than from scientific psychology..pdf

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  7. we will always learn more about human life and human personality from novels than from scientific psychology. 5.pdf

    we will always learn more about human life and human personality from novels than from scientific psychology. 5.pdf

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  8. we will always learn more about human life and human personality from novels than from scientific psychology. 4.pdf

    we will always learn more about human life and human personality from novels than from scientific psychology. 4.pdf

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  9. we will always learn more about human life and human personality from novels than from scientific psychology. 3.pdf

    we will always learn more about human life and human personality from novels than from scientific psychology. 3.pdf

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  10. we will always learn more about human life and human personality from novels than from scientific psychology. 2.pdf

    we will always learn more about human life and human personality from novels than from scientific psychology. 2.pdf

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  11. Our senses tell us that a table, for example, is a solid object; science tells us that the table is mostly empty space. Thus two sources of knowledge generate conflicting result 2.pdf

    Our senses tell us that a table, for example, is a solid object; science tells us that the table is mostly empty space. Thus two sources of knowledge generate conflicting result 2.pdf

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  12. Our senses tell us that a table, for example, is a solid object; science tells us that the table is mostly empty space. Thus two sources of knowledge generate conflicting result 1.pdf

    Our senses tell us that a table, for example, is a solid object; science tells us that the table is mostly empty space. Thus two sources of knowledge generate conflicting result 1.pdf

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  13. In areas of knowledge such as the arts and the sciences, do we learn more from work that follows or that breaks with accepted convention3.pdf

    In areas of knowledge such as the arts and the sciences, do we learn more from work that follows or that breaks with accepted convention3.pdf

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  14. In areas of knowledge such as the arts and the sciences, do we learn more from work that follows or that breaks with accepted convention2.pdf

    In areas of knowledge such as the arts and the sciences, do we learn more from work that follows or that breaks with accepted convention2.pdf

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  15. In areas of knowledge such as the arts and the sciences, do we learn more from work that follows or that breaks with accepted convention.pdf

    In areas of knowledge such as the arts and the sciences, do we learn more from work that follows or that breaks with accepted convention.pdf

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  16. History is always on the move, slowly eroding today’s orthodoxy and making space for yesterday’s heresy 3.pdf

    History is always on the move, slowly eroding today’s orthodoxy and making space for yesterday’s heresy 3.pdf

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  17. History is always on the move, slowly eroding today’s orthodoxy and making space for yesterday’s heresy 2.pdf

    History is always on the move, slowly eroding today’s orthodoxy and making space for yesterday’s heresy 2.pdf

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  18. History is always on the move, slowly eroding today’s orthodoxy and making space for yesterday’s heresy 1.pdf

    History is always on the move, slowly eroding today’s orthodoxy and making space for yesterday’s heresy 1.pdf

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  19. Evaluate the role of intuition in different areas of knowledge-3.pdf

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  20. Evaluate the role of intuition in different areas of knowledge-2.pdf

    Evaluate the role of intuition in different areas of knowledge-2.pdf

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  21. Evaluate the role of intuition in different areas of knowledge.pdf

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