Curtis Edward Clark
I have 115 articles published here http://www.scribd.com/search?query=freeassemblage I research subject matter in YA that I don't know answers to but want to, and I give references so that you know I'm not 'making things up'. On April 19, 2012, I counted 21 Best Answers in a row as voted by the Questioner, not by the voters. The 22nd in that string was by the voters. I value my unknown voting fans, and I thank you.
when asked by someone else, so I'll ask for him/her:
"Is present time in which we live is Platonic Epoch Or Aristotelian Epoch? Explain why."
I would like to hear the answers (I'm not just asking out of justice for someone else.) And it makes me wonder why such good questions are reported, anyway.9 AnswersPhilosophy6 years ago
when "we first perform a subalternation and then convert our result, the truth of an A proposition may be said, in "conversion by limitation," to entail the truth of an I proposition with subject and predicate terms reversed: If "All singers are performers" then "Some performers are singers." But this will work only if there really is at least one singer."
But it does not state that in these propositions:
"No felines are dogs," and
"Some snakes are poisonous animals",
that feliines, dogs, snakes and poisonous animals must exist.
What is the difference?5 AnswersPhilosophy6 years ago
"God"? Natural rights are said to come from God, but if you don't believe in God, doesn't nature still exist? If your answer is yes, then how would you describe natural, inalienable rights as something independent of God?3 AnswersPhilosophy6 years ago
...or that it receives genuine extramental entities and their attributes?
To put it another way, do we form an image in our mind of the object we have sensed, or do we perceive without mediation from deeper in the mind the properties of an object?3 AnswersPhilosophy6 years ago
This is a general question about human lives as individuals of the species, not about individual people you can name.7 AnswersPhilosophy6 years ago
The alternative to either form of realism in this context is "idealism", because it is a question of how sensory information gets into our minds, or whether it isn't sensory at all, but rather a priori.4 AnswersPhilosophy6 years ago
before it has been elaborated by inference, interpretation or construction." Dictionary of Philosophy
Do you agree or disagree, and why?2 AnswersPhilosophy6 years ago
2 if, successful, the creation of more wealth than existed before
3. harmful to the have-nots
4. the freedom of expression through the use of property
Explain your answer5 AnswersPhilosophy6 years ago
Intuition is "The direct and immediate apprehension by a knowing subject of itself, of its conscious states, of other minds, of an external world, of universals, of values or of rational truths," according to the Dictionary of Philosophy.
If the mind is "tabula rasa" at birth, where would such intuitions come from?6 AnswersPhilosophy6 years ago
because if I just cut and paste you will see it properly, whereas I see it like this:
So why do some parts of people's questions and answers show up on my computer looking like that?
Here is the cutnpaste version so you know what it is
Even on my screen, the cutnpaste looks like it does with my / marks in it.
Yahoo has made this new format hard to use, and in order to answer Q! in Phil you have to click on "More" under Arts and Humanities before you even see the choice.
What in God's name is Yahoo thinking about with this new format? I CAN see where they have saved themselves a lot of programming steps, i.e., an increase in memory and speed. But doesn't it suck?1 AnswerPhilosophy7 years ago
Well, I hate it. And I can't find the Suggestion Board to tell them. Everything I need is squished in the middle, and it is one, long, scrolling page rather than 20 at a time. It doesn't tell me which ones I got "Best Answer" on, only that it is now a "Reference" question--because SOMEONE got "Best".
I don't need to see the Menu on the left column all the time. Put it back on the top and let it scroll up so there's more room to expand the width of the questions themselves back to what it was.
I really hate this new format, and it's difficult to use. It takes me 2-3 times as long just to vote, for one thing.5 AnswersOther - Yahoo Products7 years ago
There didn't used to be these annoying advertising "results"; now there are as many as 5 under each question I click on to read or respond to.
For example, I get one of these every time I click on a question to answer:
"Results for 'Is an educated mind ever really lonely?' [That was the question I wanted to answer.]
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