Stimpson J. Cat wrote:1. b
3. a or b. Not enough information is provided to choose.
8. None of the above
10. c or d. I don't know what the intended difference between "likely" and "probable" is.
11. None of the above.
I cannot give you a score unless you answer all questions.
But, having said that:
I agree about question 3. But choose one anyway, huh?
I also absolutely agree about question 8. However, just choose the one you feel most sympathetic about.
Regarding question 10, I agree with you again. I just took likely to mean "on the balance of odds" and probable to mean "very suggestive". As I say, you'll need to choose in order for me to score.
It's only a daft quiz. Let's not try to score cheap points over this.
Not a very well constructed set of questions, if you ask me.
Well, arguably. I think they're as good as any other questionnaire though.
Of course this is extremely misleading. Idealists' recognise science for what it is and its legitimate scope. In this context idealism is actually consonant with science; unlike naturalism and materialism.
An awful strong assertion, coming from somebody who doesn't actually know anything about science, or even understand what science is.
Your former statement is essentially correct; your latter statement is way off.