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claims of religion upon medical men.

A discourse delivered in the Tenth Presbyterian church, Philadelphia, on Sunday evening, Nov. 24, 1844.
  • 24 Pages
  • 3.45 MB
  • English
Book and Job Printing Office, Ledger Building , Philadelphia
Physicians -- Religious
StatementBy H.A. Boardman, pastor of the church.
LC ClassificationsBV4596.P5 B6
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6981482M
LC Control Number07007892

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No truth-claim can be considered better or worse than others, since all are relative. A: accommodating to diversity & multiplicity; empathy, etc. C: "no foothold for contending that some [religious] views are better than others" (e.g.

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Claims backed by reasons that are supported by evidence are called arguments. To win an argument, you first have to make a claim that is more than just an assertion.

You use critical thinking skills and argue your case using claims, reason, and evidence.

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In rhetoric and argumentation, a claim is an arguable statement—an idea that a rhetor (a Author: Richard Nordquist. The medical partnership has no written policy discouraging up-and-coming doctors from being open about their religion.

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True or False: the terms relativism vs. pluralism refer to religions regarding the religious truth. Both hold that there is a plurality of appropriate religious claims, but relativism holds that there is really no objective truth, while pluralism holds that there are many differing but valid claims to truth which can lead to the "real" and the "true" and thus challenge adherents to actively.

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