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Please read the instructions carefully.-Choose 3 out of the 5 quotes to identify and analyze.-Identify the author and explain the general position that the author is arguing for in the reading. -Analy
Please read the instructions carefully.-Choose 3 out of the 5 quotes to identify and analyze.-Identify the author and explain the general position that the author is arguing for in the reading. -Analyze the quote and explain, in detail, the meaning of the quote and how the quote fits into the greater argument.-Each answer should be approximately ¾ to 1 full page.
.1) “Thus, there is no human nature, since there is no God to conceive it. Not only is man what he conceives himself to be, but he is also what he wills himself to be after this thrust toward existence.”
2) “Anomaly appears only against the background provided by the paradigm. The more precise and far-reaching that the paradigm is, the more sensitive an indicator it provides of anomaly and hence of an occasion for paradigm change.”
3) “I have found that such an object (the cause) has always been attended with such an effect, and I foresee, that other objects will be attended with similar effects. ....But if you insist that the (inductive) inference is made by a chain of reasoning, I desire you to produce the reasoning.”
4) “It is indeed the opinion strangely prevailing amongst men, that houses, mountains, rivers, and in a word all sensible objects, have an existence, natural or real, distinct from their being perceived.......But, what are the fore mentioned objects but things we perceive by sense? And what do we perceive besides our own ideas or sensations?”
5) “After this he would reflect that it is the sun, not images of it in the water or in some alien place, but the sun itself in its own place, and be able to contemplate it.-That must be so.After this he would reflect that it is the sun which......governs everything in the visible world, and is in some way the cause of those other things which he used to see.”
6) “Thus the very idea of error –and of fallibility –involves the idea of an objective truth as the standard of which we may fall short. (It is in this sense that the idea of truth is a regulative idea.)”