_________ believe that human knowledge is derived from reason: Answer a. Empiricists b. Rationalists c. Subjectivists d. Objectivists
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User: _________ believe that human knowledge is derived from reason: Answer a. Empiricists b. Rationalists c. Subjectivists d. Objectivists

Weegy: Objectivists believe that human knowledge is derived from reason.

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Rationalists believe that human knowledge is derived from reason.
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