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Question 1: An opinion may be the result of a person's perspective, understanding, particular feelings, ________, and desires.
EpistemologyBeliefCausalityDeterminism

Question 2: Historically, the distinction of demonstrated knowledge and opinion was articulated by ________ philosophers.
Aeolic GreekAncient GreekDoric GreekAttic Greek

Question 3: Today ________'s analogy of the divided line is a well-known illustration of the distinction between knowledge and opinion, or knowledge and belief, in customary terminology of contemporary philosophy.
Bertrand RussellPlatoImmanuel KantAristotle

Question 4: A 'Scientific opinion' is any opinion formed via the ________, and so is necessarily evidence backed.
Scientific methodRelationship between religion and sciencePseudoscienceScience

Question 5: In casual use, the term opinion may refer to unsubstantiated information, in contrast to ________ and fact-based beliefs.
KnowledgeTruthEmpiricismCausality

Question 6: An opinion is a subjective statement or thought about an issue or topic, and is the result of emotion or interpretation of ________.
EmpiricismAristotleFactCausality

Question 7: An opinion may be supported by an ________, although people may draw opposing opinions from the same set of facts.
Informal logicArgumentInductive reasoningAristotle
















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