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Based on your understanding of the text, which of the following do you think is most accurate? A) We are not all entitled to our opinions. B) We are entitled to our opinions and should stay
true to them by not considering any one else's opinion. C) We are all entitled to our own opinions and all opinions are equal. D) Though we are all entitled to our opinions, not all opinions are equal.
Could you please clarify what text you are referring to? Without knowing exactly which text you are talking about, D. Though we are all entitles to our opinions, not all opinions are equal, seems to be the most accurate answer.
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User: Which of the following statements is most accurate? A) Claims about factual matters are neither objective nor subjective. B) Claims about factual matters can be either objective or subjective depending on the truth value of the claim in question. C) Claims about factual matters are also known as subjective claims. D) Claims about factual matters are also known as non-subjective (i.e. objective) claims. 5

User: Which of the following is true of claims about moral issues? A) They are subjective claims. B) They are non-subjective (i.e. objective) claims. C) Whether such claims are subjective or non-subjective (i.e. objective) is a matter of philosophical debate. D) Whether such claims are subjective or non-subjective (i.e. objective) is a matter to be decided by committee.

User: Based on your understanding of the text, which of the following do you think is most accurate? A) We are not all entitled to our opinions. B) We are entitled to our opinions and should stay true to them by not considering any one else's opinion. C) We are all entitled to our own opinions and all opinions are equal. D) Though we are all entitled to our opinions, not all opinions are equal.

Weegy: Could you please clarify what text you are referring to? Without knowing exactly which text you are talking about, D. Though we are all entitles to our opinions, not all opinions are equal, seems to be the most accurate answer.
Expert answered|Mspanier08|Points 190|

User: Which of the following statements is most accurate? A) Claims about matters of pure opinion can be either non-subjective (i.e. objective) or subjective depending on the truth value of the claim in question. B) Claims about matters of pure opinion are also known as subjective claims. C) Claims about matters of pure opinion are also known as non-subjective (i.e. objective) claims. D) Claims about matters of pure opinion are usually a mixture of subjective and objective claims.

Weegy: Claims about matter of pure opinion are also known as subjective claims, so the correct answer is B.
Expert answered|Mspanier08|Points 190|

User: which of the following do you think is most accurate? A) We are not all entitled to our opinions. B) We are entitled to our opinions and should stay true to them by not considering any one else's opinion. C) We are all entitled to our own opinions and all opinions are equal. D) Though we are all entitled to our opinions, not all opinions are equal.

Weegy: The correct answer is D; Though we are all entitles to our opinions, not all opinions are equal.
Expert answered|Mspanier08|Points 190|

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