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Unformatted text preview: Subjectivism and Value Judgments Quiz (See related pages) Results Reporter Out of 7 questions, you answered 4 correctly with a final grade of 57% 4 correct (57%) 3 incorrect (43%) 0 unanswered (0%) 1 CORRECT Which of the following illustrates the key difference between subjective and non-subjective issues? A) A non-subjective issue has generally accepted criteria that can be used to judge it while a subjective issue does not. B) A non-subjective issue is true while a subjective issue is false. C) Though subjective and non-subjective issues are both based on claims (matters of fact), non- subjective issues are concerned only with claims whose truth values can actually be determined. D) There is no key difference between subjective and non-subjective issues. Feedback: If there's agreement on what sort of evidence would count toward supporting the truth of a claim, and if it's possible to gather that evidence, then the issue of whether or not it is true is a non-...
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