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Research Exam 8 3P

Research Exam 8 3P

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RESEARCH EXAM THIRD PERIODEIGHTH GRADETEACHER: CARLOS ANDRÉS LLANOS
Name: ______________________________________ Grade: ____ Date: __________ 
ACHIEVEMENT
:
 
To identify and describe the nine reasons that justify knowledge
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
:
-
Arguments the validity of each of the nine reasons
-
Relates each reason with an entity in his/her life
-
Identifies the nine reasons in a cultural artifactProduces a cultural artifact that shows the nine reasons in action
LIST and DESCRIBE the nine reasons for justification of knowledge1._______________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2._______________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3._______________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4._______________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 5._______________________________________________________________________________________________________  _______________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6._______________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 7._______________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8._______________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 9._______________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 10. Why we need reasons to justify our knowledge? _______________________________________________________________________________________________  _______________________________________________________________________________________________  _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Match the next concepts11.
Jesus Christ
12.
Syllogism
13.
Epiphany
14
. Pareidolia
15.
Tautology
a.
Logic
b.
Sensory perception
c.
Revelation
d.
Faith
 
16.
Define fallacy _________________________________________________________________________________________ The next questions should be answered after reading the attached text
17. Bessies’s Mother
has a strong
a
. Dog
b
. Faith
c
. Arm
d.
Intuition
18. Little Bessie is analyzing the facts usinga.
Authority
b
. Religion
c
. Faith
d.
Logic.
19
.
When Bessie`s Mom says
 I don't want you to listen to anything he says." 
She’s trying to impose hera.
Consensus
b
. Popularity
c
. Authority
d.
Intuition
20. When Bessie`s Mom says
 But it's a thing that everybody knows." 
She’s referring to aa.
Truth
b
. Consensus
c
. Authority
d.
Revelation
21. Give an example of any other reason for justification of knowledge that you can find in the text _______________________________________________________________________________________________  _______________________________________________________________________________________________  _______________________________________________________________________________________________ 22. An unnecessary or unessential repetition of meaning is a
 
a
. Sentence
b
. Truth
c
. Lie
d.
Tautology
23. Merleau Ponty affirmed that perception is
 
a.
useless
 
for science and knowledge b. The basis of all science and knowledgec. the basis of all lies and misunderstanding
d.
perception.
24. Anarchy is opposed toa.
All forms of faith
b
. All forms of revelation
c
. All forms of authority
d.
All forms of anarchy
25. Faith does not require or even asks fora.
Religion
b
. Content
c
. Evidence
d.
God
Say if is true or false26.
Revelation and Faith are primarily related to religion ______ 
27.
Intuition requires a thinking process ______ 
28.
Memory is not perfect or definitive, it can be changed _____ 
29.
Consensus reflects the thinking of most people _____ 
30.
Humans are the only creatures who are self-aware ______ 
 
Little Bessie Would Assist Providence
Little Bessie
was nearly three years old. She was a good child, and not shallow, not frivolous, but meditative and thoughtful, and much given to thinking out thereasons of things and trying to make them harmonize with results. One day she said --"Mamma, why is there so much pain and sorrow and suffering? What is it all for?"It was an easy question, and mamma had no difficulty in answering it:"It is for our good, my child. In His wisdom and mercy the Lord sends us these afflictions to discipline us and make us better.""Is it
 He
that sends them?""Yes.""Does He send
all 
of them, mamma?""Yes, dear, all of them. None of them comes by accident; He alone sends them, and always out of love for us, and to make us better.""Isn't it strange!""Strange? Why, no, I have never thought of it in that way. I have not heard any one call it strange before. It has always seemed natural and right to me, and wiseand most kindly and merciful.""Who first thought of it like that, mamma? Was it you?""Oh, no, child, I was taught it.""Who taught you so, mamma?""Why, really, I don't know -- I can't remember. My mother, I suppose; or the preacher. But it's a thing that everybody knows.""Well, anyway, it does seem strange. Did He give Billy Norris the typhus?""Yes.""What for?""Why, to discipline him and make him good.""But he died, mamma, and so it
couldn't 
make him good.""Well, then, I suppose it was for some other reason. We know it was a
 good 
reason, whatever it was.""What do you think it was, mamma?""Oh, you ask so many questions! I think; it was to discipline his parents.""Well, then, it wasn't fair, mamma. Why should
his
life be taken away for their sake, when he wasn't doing anything?""Oh, I don't know! I only know it was for a good and wise and merciful reason.""What reason, mamma?""I think -- I think -- well, it was a judgment; it was to punish them for some sin they had committed.""But
he
was the one that was punished, mamma. Was that right?""Certainly, certainly. He does nothing that isn't right and wise and merciful. You can't understand these things now, dear, but when you are grown up you willunderstand them, and then you will see that they are just and wise."After a pause:"Did He make the roof fall in on the stranger that was trying to save the crippled old woman from the fire, mamma?""Yes, my child.
Wait!
Don't ask me why, because I don't know. I only know it was to discipline some one, or be a judgment upon somebody, or to show His power.""That drunken man that stuck a pitchfork into Mrs. Welch's baby when -- ""Never mind about it, you needn't go into particulars; it was as to discipline the child --
that 
much is certain, anyway.""Mamma, Mr. Burgess said in his sermon that billions of little creatures are sent into us to give us cholera, and typhoid, and lockjaw, and more than a thousandother sicknesses and -- mamma, does He send them?""Oh, certainly, child, certainly. Of course.""What for?""Oh, to
dis
cipline us! haven't I told you so, over and over again?"

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