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Revisão de Filosofia Quiz
Questões para revisar o conteúdo da prova de Filosofia Geral e Jurídica.
1) Para Habermas, o Direito é ao mesmo tempo validade e faticidade. A faticidade é a sua efetivação voluntária ou através de sanção. A validade é sua legitimação, a justificação racional de suas normas por argumentos aceitos pelo povo. : False
2) No Século XX, viu-se uma retomada da discussão sobre Justiça e Direito. Esta retomada deu-se em virtude da necessidade de legitimação do Poder Político que cria o Direito nas sociedades contemporâneas, para evitar que o Direito seja reduzido à força ou ao puro arbítrio. : True
3) A Justiça como equidade, de Rawls, é a Justiça estabelecida pelos indivíduos, após um procedimento racional consensual em uma posição original de igualdade. É o estabelecimento dos melhores princípios de justiça a guiar a sociedade na distribuição dos valores sociais. : True

Created on December 03, 2018
Jeopardy
Jeopardy Guide

Created on March 06, 2018
Unbelief Final

1) b b : vv

Created on December 17, 2017
soal pramuka
ini soal pramuka penegak
1) Saka yang bergerak dalam bidang kelautan ? : taruna bumi
2) berapa jumlah dasa darma? : 10
3) Dhasa dharma ke-8 berbunyi ? : Disiplin berani dan setia.

Created on November 09, 2017
Final Exam
Issues in Philosophy Fall 2015 Sections 1 and 2

Created on December 09, 2015
To Be Happy Study Guide
Everyone longs to be happy. Some people seem happy regardless of whatever they are going through in their lives. Others feel secure and satisfied even when they do not have the material things that other persons have. Another group seems happy even when they are sad and depressed. This is because happiness to them is just a thought away. Happy thoughts can alter the way you perceive the world, rejuvenating the body which in turn leads to happiness. The following are happy thoughts to make you happier in just a few seconds. When you are down and feel that you are all alone, most people have successfully gone through that situation. Remember happiness is not the absence of struggles but the ability of dealing with and overcoming them. That person next to you has fought fierce battles and won. You are no exception. Others have won. Keep in mind that no one is stainless. No one is without a dark spot in their life. We all have our dark past. Do not dwell on your mistakes. Do not focus on what went wrong and where the rain began beating you. You can at best learn from the mistakes and move forward. Do not view the floods in your life negatively, at other times they may translate into future growth. Remember there is a difference between giving up and moving on. What others think about you is not essential. You cannot control other people, be it what they think about you or what they do to you. However, you can control what you think or take the things they do to you. Forget people’s feelings and thoughts about you. Think happiness.

Created on July 07, 2015
ULANGAN TIK
Pilihla salah satu
1) Yang bukan termasuk alat TIK .... : HP
2) yang termasuk alat input : printer

Created on April 14, 2015
Nursing


Created on April 04, 2015
Chp. 9 World History Test

1) fsdgdfgsdfg : fgsdfg

Created on March 12, 2015
German
Tip 1. This is Germans territorynot the Nazis ok Tip 2. We are the most richest country with 90,000,000 euros thats €90,000,000 Tip 3. If you like Nazis then dont join this study group Tip 4. Be nice Tip 5. This is a free study group so dont mind the other religions Tip 6. Talk freely just dont curse ok Tip 7. No dating Tip 8. Well mabey a little cursing like hell and mabey dating if you get permission Tip 9. This was started by a girl so yeah Tip 10. Learn as best as you can Tip 11. And finally have fun......
1) First studying math but the math is fun : First we start the numbers by saying them in german

Created on December 30, 2014
Kuis Umum
Pertanyaan-pertanyaan berisikan pengetahuan umum
1) Warna dari Google Chrome terdiri dari 4 warna. : Warna dari Google Chrome terdiri dari 4 warna. Yaitu: Merah, Hijau, Kuning, Biru, dan Putih

Created on July 26, 2014
Define words quiz
Asks you to pick the correct definitions of words.
1) Define "limerance" : An attempt at a scientific study into the nature of romantic love.
2) Define "preantepenultimate." : The thing before the thing before the thing before the last thing in the series.
3) Define "ergophobia." : Fear of work.

Created on June 01, 2014
Standardization Quiz.
Tests your ability to evaluate standardizations of arguments.
1) Choose the correct standardization of: "Contrary to conventional beliefs, children do not owe anything to their parents. You cannot incur a moral obligation unless you freely and explicitly agree to take on that obligation, and It's true that parents can form deep friendships with their children, and that moral obligations can arise from these friendships, but such obligations only arise from the friendship, not from parentage. Moral obligations cannot arise from the mere fact that two people are parent and child." :
1. Parents always do everything for their children.
2. Children would not have anything if it wasn't for their parents.
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C. Children owe everything to their parents.
2) Choose the correct standardization of: "You should not convict my client of murdering Doctor Annoying. There is absolutely no evidence that she ever met the victim, and over a hundred people were watching her perform her unique brand of interpretive dance, Graeco-Roman yodelling and furniture restoration, over a thousand miles away, at the exact time Doctor Annoying was being killed. If she had killed him, there would be evidence, and she would not have a solid alibi. There is absolutely no evidence against her, and she does have an alibi, so she should be found not guilty. " :
1. There is absolutely no evidence that my client ever met the victim
2. Over a hundred people were watching her perform at the exact time Doctor Annoying was being killed.
3. This performance was over a thousand miles away at the time.
4. If she had killed him, there would be evidence, and she would not have a solid alibi.
5. There is absolutely no evidence against her, and she does have an alibi.
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C. You should find my client guilty.
3) Pick the best standardization of: "The fact that there's no evidence that the defendant committed the crime can be explained by the fact that sometimes crimes are committed without leaving evidence. The fact that she has an alibi can be explained by the fact that sometimes alibis are false. The people who say they saw her perform at the time of the crime could be mistaken. She could have left her city the day before and traveled by air to and from the victim's city, all without anyone noticing, and the people who thought they saw someone else commit the crime could all be wrong. Since every element of her defense could be wrong, it follows that she is guilty of the murder. :
1. Sometimes crimes are committed without leaving evidence.
2. Sometimes alibis are false.
3. The people who say they saw her somewhere else could be mistaken.
4. She could have traveled by air to and from the victim's city without anyone noticing.
5. The people who thought they saw someone else commit the crime could all be wrong.
6. Every element of her defense could be wrong.
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C. The defendant should be found guilty of the crime.

Created on May 29, 2014
Humanities 1010
Exam #2 Music, Music Drama, Dance, and Film
1) Dance, Music, Music Drama, Film : Dance Differences between: Ritual: Performance: Social Dance: Ballet (origins, steps: pirouette, port de bras, pas de deux, jeté, arabesque, entrechat, extension, plier) modern dance (contributions of Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham, Alwin Nikolais) Contributions of: Isadora Duncan: Martha Graham Alwin Nikolais: Folk dance Elements of: Rhythm: Cultural Identity Costumes: Body Control: Ballroom Dance: Characteristics of: International Latin: International Standard:

Created on November 11, 2013
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