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Posted 15 April 2006 - 08:28 AM
We call it secondary school in Singapore. The naming is a bit diff in singapore as compared to the US. We start off in primary school (6yrs), then secondary school (4yrs), then junior college(2yrs) and lastly, college. Philosophy is a compulsory subject in my school, altho the other normal sec schools in singapore dun even haf it. I dun really like subjects like philosphy and literature bcoz i am more inclined towards sciences. thatz why i need help in this philo question.
Cool topic Orcaz,
I was about to say inductive reasoning, but someone else already mentioned it so ...
What philosophy class? College or high school?
like medab1 mentioned - the sone appears to rise - therefore the question needs readjusting. Using correct terminology the queston needs to be refrained to - will we see the sun tommorrow - or sumthign like that. The sun is always in one position - the eart spins on an axis and has a (whats the word) - well its bent a bit. theres a question inside tjhe question aswell -
it all depends on your location - If you are in Iceland - there is no sun for over half a year
So will the sun be seen in Rejkavik?
Edited by oRCaz, 15 April 2006 - 08:38 AM.
Posted 15 April 2006 - 08:56 AM
The sun APPEARS to rise.
Consider the objective & subjective or relatavistic aspects of the human mind & physics & quantum physics in particular.
An example being time is relative not absolute...
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