squirrel around the tree

squirrel around the tree - Lauren Thomas January 24, 2008...

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Lauren Thomas January 24, 2008 T/TR 12:30 Sociology 320 Professor Thye Did I or did I not go around the squirrel? I believe that the individual did not go around the squirrel because he was chasing around the tree rather than circling around it. Although I believe that he did not travel around the squirrel there is no sufficient data to prove the statement either way. He was not able to get a complete picture of it because as if snapped the picture half of its body would be around the trunk at an arch. The fact that there is no proof would lead one to believe that without any proof you have no argument and I would have to agree in this case. If a person said they did pass around the squirrel it would be a statement, statements are the mortar of theories. A statement can be true or false either logically or empirically. In this case we are dealing with logical truth. Logical truth does not consider the content of the statement only how the parts relate to one another. We have no tangible
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