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Q: Bivalence” refers to the idea that all sentences are (Points : 1) true or false true false misleading
A: Bivalence refers to the idea that declarative sentences express a proposition that has exactly one truth value, either true or false.
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User: Bivalence” refers to the idea that all sentences are (Points : 1) true or false true false misleading

Weegy: Bivalence refers to the idea that declarative sentences express a proposition that has exactly one truth value, either true or false.
vonna79|Points 206|

User: Logic will examine which of the following arguments? (Points : 1) Reductive Seductive Abductive Inductive

Weegy: Inductive.
eturker|Points 2852|

User: One objection to utilitarianism is that it (Points : 1) is too difficult to make popular. was developed by the English. may ignore minority rights. fails to consider an act’s consequences

Weegy: Answer: may ignore minority rights.
samn|Points 3675|

User: A moral rule is regarded as justified by the deontologist if (Points : 1) it can be universalized. it can be criticized. it produces the best result. it makes a person feel good.

Weegy: the answer if 'IT CAN BE UNIVERSALIZED'
jaydrag|Points 10|

User: . The three classical ethical theories are (Points : 1) ontology, utilitarianism, and radicalism. emotivism, oncology, and virtue ethics. deontology, virtue ethics, and materialism. utilitarianism, deontology, and virtue ethics

Weegy: Utilitarianism is part of this perspective on moral reasoning C. Consequentialism.
gramesg|Points 111|

User: 6. If a deductive argument is valid, and its premises are true, (Points : 1) its conclusion must be false. its conclusion must be true. its conclusion is probable. its conclusion is unlikely.

Weegy: b.its conclusion must be true
OneRepublic|Points 665|

User: Emotivism regards an act as moral for a person if that person (Points : 1) approves of the act. disapproves of the act. argues that it is justified by a rule. argues that it supported by moral facts

Weegy: Emotivism regards an act as moral for a person if that person approves of that act.
danimai|Points 1504|

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