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RELIGION AS AN AREA OF KNOWLEDGE

CLE 2013-2014 Full Name Matthew Sy CLE Section H4H LC#

Note: This is your digital worksheet. You will nd the instructions for todays module here. Perform the requested tasks using this Pages le. In other words, make it your own.

Survey Analysis
Record your response per item under Column A using the following codes: OO: ONLY ONE OF THE VIEWS IS RIGHT. MR: ONE VIEW CAN BE MORE RIGHT THAT THE OTHER. ER: ONE VIEW CANNOT BE MORE RIGHT THAN THE OTHER. Under Column B, record your partners responses. Discuss your response per item with your Partner, as well as your reasons for them. Make a decision on your answer after the discussion and write this down under Column C. You may change your initial response. Write down any explanation or comments under Column D.
CHEWY ITEM BRENT DERRICK C YOUR FINAL RESPONSES D REASONS + OTHER COMMENTS

ANOTHER YOUR YOUR PARTNERS RESPONSE PARTNERS

ER
01. Mathematical Proof

ER

MR

ER

02. Origin of the Universe

ER

OO

ER

ER

03. Music 04. Crime 05. Function of the Brain 06. Lying

ER ER ER ER

ER MR OO OO

ER ER ER OO

ER ER ER OO

07. Book

ER

ER

ER

ER

08. Learning Language

ER

MR

ER

ER

09. People

ER

MR

ER

ER

Math is such a broad discussion and there are a lot of possibilities to mathematical proofs People would have different beliefs and background on how the universe originated. People have different taste in music People tend to have different sides on crime Books may give different data and both may seem convincing and proven. The action of lying, itself, is not acceptable. People have different insights on whether a book is good or not. Different people appreciates different kinds of literature. Both of the books may have different explanations. They can both be accepted. Both views are socially acceptable because they are morally right.

CHEWY ITEM

BRENT

DERRICK

C YOUR FINAL RESPONSES

D REASONS + OTHER COMMENTS

ANOTHER YOUR YOUR PARTNERS RESPONSE PARTNERS

10. Painting

ER

OR

ER

ER

11. Population Control

ER

MR

ER

ER

12. WW II

ER

OO

ER

ER

13. Afterlife

ER

MR

ER

ER

14. Atoms

ER

OO

ER

ER

15. God

ER

ER

OO

ER

Different people have different taste on art. People have freedom thus having capability to choose for themselves, hence both ideas may be accepted. No one has a legitimate recorded data on what really happened during the war. Anything could have happened. People have no idea of what is life after death. Different books might have different information regarding what atoms are. Both may be right since there is no concrete evidence. People have freedom hence they have the choice whether to believe in God or not.