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thinkers who ponder questions about life are knownn as what?
Thinkers who ponder questions about life are known as philosophers.
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User: In a direct democracy, who decides government matters? a. all the people c. elected representatives b. women d. the king

User: thinkers who ponder questions about life are knownn as what?

Weegy: Thinkers who ponder questions about life are known as philosophers.
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