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Q: For the most part, the conclusions of ideological arguments are presented as certainties. True or False.
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User: ____________ is the degree of knowledge the listener has about the object to which the unknown is being compared.

User: _______________ is a measure of the relative absence of complexity.

User: For the most part, the conclusions of ideological arguments are presented as certainties. True or False.

Weegy: False is the answer
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User: _______________ is the extent to which a comparison captures a greater number of central or essential features.

User: _______________ is the capacity of a comparison to suggest consequences that go beyond those mentioned in the initial comparison.

User: There are four tests that we apply when evaluating ideological reasoning

Weegy: There are four tests that we apply when evaluating ideological reasoning. This is a TRUE statement.
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Asked 9/9/2012 2:27:31 PM
Updated 10/31/2015 10:53:00 PM
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Familiarity, in the evaluation of comparisons is the degree of knowledge the listener has about the object to which the unknown is being compared.
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Simplicity, in the evaluation of comparisons, is a measure of the relative absence of complexity.
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For the most part, the conclusions of ideological arguments are presented as certainties. TRUE.
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Comprehensiveness, in the evaluation of comparisons, is the extent to which a comparison captures a greater number of central or essential features.
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Productivity is the capacity of a comparison to suggest consequences that go beyond those mentioned in the initial comparison.
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