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Today we can hardly conceive of ourselves without an unconscious. Yet between $1700$ and $1900,$ this notion developed as a genuinely original thought. The unconscious burst the shell of conventional language, coined as it had been to ... ? Language; Unconscious; Psychoanalysis. Imagination; Magnetism; Psychiatry. Literary language; Unconscious; Insanity. Unconscious; Latent conception; Dreams.
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Today we can hardly conceive of ourselves without an unconscious. Yet between $1700$ and $1900,$ this notion developed as a genuinely original thought. The unconscious burst the shell of conventional language, coined as it had been to embody the ... and insanity. New conceptions in the nineteenth century could provide new knowledge because of the establishment of fields such as anaesthesiology.
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Today we can hardly conceive of ourselves without an unconscious. Yet between $1700$ and $1900,$ this notion developed as a genuinely original thought. The unconscious burst the shell of conventional language, coined as it had been ... by time-honored expressions and traditional catchwords. Time-honored expressions and traditional catchwords were enriched by literary and intellectual language.
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Today we can hardly conceive of ourselves without an unconscious. Yet between $1700$ and $1900,$ this notion developed as a genuinely original thought. The unconscious burst the shell of conventional language, coined as it had been to embody the fleeting ideas ... growing vocabulary of the soul and the mind, as diverse processes. The collating of diverse ideas under the single term: unconscious.
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Keeping time accurately comes with a price. The maximum accuracy of a clock is directly related to how much disorder, or entropy, it creates every time it ticks. Natalia Area at the University of Oxford and her colleagues made this discovery using a tiny ... ; Heat; Quantum effects. Silicon Nitride; Energy; Grandfather Clock. Measuring Time; Accuracy; Entropy. Membrane; Arrow of time; Entropy.
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Keeping time accurately comes with a price. The maximum accuracy of a clock is directly related to how much disorder, or entropy, it creates every time it ticks. Natalia Area at the University of Oxford and her colleagues made this discovery using a tiny ... grandfather clock and an atomic clock. In designing clocks for quantum computers, both precision and heat have to be taken into account.
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Keeping time accurately comes with a price. The maximum accuracy of a clock is directly related to how much disorder, or entropy, it creates every time it ticks. Natalia Area at the University of Oxford and her colleagues made this discovery using a tiny clock with an ... , the greater the amount of fuel you will use, the greater the amount of heat produced and, hence, the greater the entropy.
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Keeping time accurately comes with a price. The maximum accuracy of a clock is directly related to how much disorder, or entropy, it creates every time it ticks. Natalia Area at the University of Oxford and her colleagues made this discovery using a tiny clock ... as accurate. a clock with a $50$-nanometre-thick membrane of silicon nitride has been made to vibrate, producing electric currents.
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Starting in $1957,$ [Noam Chomsky] proclaimed a new doctrine: Language, that most human of all attributes, was innate. The grammatical faculty was built into the infant brain, and your average $3$-year-old was not a mere apprentice in the ... possibility of a universal grammar. The language instinct. The inborn language acquisition skills of humans. The Darwinian explanatory paradigm for language.
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Starting in $1957,$ [Noam Chomsky] proclaimed a new doctrine: Language, that most human of all attributes, was innate. The grammatical faculty was built into the infant brain, and your average $3$-year-old was not a mere apprentice in ... style from Chomsky. draws extensively from Chomsky's propositions. draws from behavioural psychology theories. disagrees with Chomsky on certain grounds.
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Starting in $1957,$ [Noam Chomsky] proclaimed a new doctrine: Language, that most human of all attributes, was innate. The grammatical faculty was built into the infant brain, and your average $3$-year-old was not a mere apprentice in the great ... framework of Pinker's book makes it racist. Anatomical developments like the voice box play a key role in determining language acquisition skills.
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Starting in $1957,$ [Noam Chomsky] proclaimed a new doctrine: Language, that most human of all attributes, was innate. The grammatical faculty was built into the infant brain, and your average $3$-year-old was not a mere apprentice in the great ... . not all intelligent primates are gifted with it. all intelligent primates are gifted with it. it confers an evolutionary reproductive advantage.
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Back in the early $2000$s, an awesome thing happened in the New $\text{X}$-Men comics. Our mutant heroes had been battling giant robots called Sentinels for years, but suddenly these mechanical overlords spawned a new threat: Nano-Sentinels! Not content to rule Earth with ... . $\text{X}$-Men may be created by injecting people with mutant nano-gels that will respond to the brain's magnetic field.
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Back in the early $2000$s, an awesome thing happened in the New $\text{X}$-Men comics. Our mutant heroes had been battling giant robots called Sentinels for years, but suddenly these mechanical overlords spawned a new threat: Nano-Sentinels! Not content to rule Earth ... like the New $\text{X}$-Men. Once the stuff of science fiction, nano-robots now feature in cutting-edge scientific research.
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Back in the early $2000$s, an awesome thing happened in the New $\text{X}$-Men comics. Our mutant heroes had been battling giant robots called Sentinels for years, but suddenly these mechanical overlords spawned a new threat: Nano-Sentinels! Not content to rule ... Men. None of the options listed here. Tiny sentinels called $\text{X}$-men infected people, turning them into mutant robot overlords.
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Back in the early $2000$s, an awesome thing happened in the New $\text{X}$-Men comics. Our mutant heroes had been battling giant robots called Sentinels for years, but suddenly these mechanical overlords spawned a new threat: Nano-Sentinels! Not content to rule ... cell. There are two kinds of molecules used to make some nano-robots: one that reacts positively to water and the other negatively.
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The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage. People view idleness as a sin and industriousness as a virtue, and in the process have developed an unsatisfactory relationship with ... essential in today's world to enable economic progress, for education and health and to propel innovations that make life easier.
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The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage. Brazil's growth rate has been low, yet most Brazilians say their financial situation has improved, and they expect it to get ... the state. With rising incomes and falling unemployment, most Brazilians are being misled into thinking that their economy is doing well.
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The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage. The human mind is wired to see patterns. Not only does the brain process information as it comes in, it also stores ... qualitative experience. Intuitions are neuro-chemical firings based on pattern recognition and draw upon a rich and vast database of experiences.
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Three reviewers Amal, Bimal, and Komal are tasked with selecting questions from a pool of $13$ questions $\text{ (Q01 to Q13)}.$ Questions can be created by external subject matter experts $\text{(SMEs)}$ or by one of the three reviewers. Each of the reviewers either approves ... $\text{Q05, Q07, Q08, Q09, Q11,}$ and $\text{Q12}.$ How many questions were $\text{DEFINITELY}$ created by Amal?
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Three reviewers Amal, Bimal, and Komal are tasked with selecting questions from a pool of $13$ questions $\text{ (Q01 to Q13)}.$ Questions can be created by external subject matter experts $\text{(SMEs)}$ or by one of the three reviewers. Each of the reviewers either approves ... $\text{Q05, Q07, Q08, Q09, Q11,}$ and $\text{Q12}.$ How many questions were $\text{DEFINITELY}$ created by Komal?
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Three reviewers Amal, Bimal, and Komal are tasked with selecting questions from a pool of $13$ questions $\text{ (Q01 to Q13)}.$ Questions can be created by external subject matter experts $\text{(SMEs)}$ or by one of the three reviewers. Each of the reviewers either approves or ... $\text{Q12}.$ How many questions were $\text{DEFINITELY}$ created by the $\text{SMEs}$?
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Three reviewers Amal, Bimal, and Komal are tasked with selecting questions from a pool of $13$ questions $\text{ (Q01 to Q13)}.$ Questions can be created by external subject matter experts $\text{(SMEs)}$ or by one of the three reviewers. Each of the reviewers either approves or ... $\text{Q12}.$ How many questions were $\text{DEFINITELY}$ disapproved by Bimal? $4$ $7$ $5$ $3$
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Three reviewers Amal, Bimal, and Komal are tasked with selecting questions from a pool of $13$ questions $\text{ (Q01 to Q13)}.$ Questions can be created by external subject matter experts $\text{(SMEs)}$ or by one of the three reviewers. Each of the reviewers either approves or disapproves a ... ? either $0.25$ or $0.75$ $0.25$ lies between $0.25$ and $0.75$ lies between $0.25$ and $0.50$
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Three reviewers Amal, Bimal, and Komal are tasked with selecting questions from a pool of $13$ questions $\text{ (Q01 to Q13)}.$ Questions can be created by external subject matter experts $\text{(SMEs)}$ or by one of the three reviewers. Each of the reviewers either ... $2$ $7$ $4$ $5$
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The passage below is accompanied by a set of questions. Choose the best answer to each question. It has been said that knowledge, or the problem of knowledge, is the scandal of philosophy. The scandal is philosophy's apparent inability to show how, when ... of reality cannot be merged with our process of conceiving it. Our knowledge of reality floats above our subjective perception of it.
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The passage below is accompanied by a set of questions. Choose the best answer to each question. It has been said that knowledge, or the problem of knowledge, is the scandal of philosophy. The scandal is philosophy's apparent inability to show how, when ... ideas or descriptions. The confidence with which we maintain something to be true is usually independent of the source of the alleged truth.
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The passage below is accompanied by a set of questions. Choose the best answer to each question. It has been said that knowledge, or the problem of knowledge, is the scandal of philosophy. The scandal is philosophy's apparent inability to show how, when and why we can be ... to support them. All of the options listed here. How we come to hold them; how widely they are held in our social circles.
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The passage below is accompanied by a set of questions. Choose the best answer to each question. It has been said that knowledge, or the problem of knowledge, is the scandal of philosophy. The scandal is philosophy's apparent inability to show how, when ... of a reality that is independent of the knower. philosophers maintain that the scandal of philosophy should be of concern to everyone.
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The passage below is accompanied by a set of questions. Choose the best answer to each question. I have elaborated $\dots$ a framework for analyzing the contradictory pulls on [Indian] nationalist ideology in its struggle against the dominance of ... colonial domination. Despite its fight against colonial domination, Indian nationalism had to borrow from the coloniser in the spiritual sphere.
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The passage below is accompanied by a set of questions. Choose the best answer to each question. I have elaborated $\dots$ a framework for analyzing the contradictory pulls on [Indian] nationalist ideology in its struggle against the dominance of ... /outer dichotomy. represented a continuation of age-old oppositions in Indian culture. constituted the premise of the ghar/bahir dichotomy.
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The passage below is accompanied by a set of questions. Choose the best answer to each question. I have elaborated $\dots$ a framework for analyzing the contradictory pulls on [Indian] nationalist ideology in its struggle against the ... Indian nationalist discourses provided an ideological principle of selection. Indian nationalist discourses reaffirmed traditional gender roles for Indian women.
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The passage below is accompanied by a set of questions. Choose the best answer to each question. I have elaborated $\dots$ a framework for analyzing the contradictory pulls on [Indian] nationalist ideology in its struggle against the dominance of ... prowess of Britain in the eighteenth century. Indian nationalists rejected the cause of English education for women during the colonial period.
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The passage below is accompanied by a set of questions. Choose the best answer to each question. Many people believe that truth conveys power $\dots$ Hence sticking with the truth is the best strategy for gaining power. Unfortunately, this is just a comforting myth. In fact ... than in the past. need to leverage both types of power to remain in office. know how to balance truth and social unity.
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The passage below is accompanied by a set of questions. Choose the best answer to each question. Many people believe that truth conveys power $\dots$ Hence sticking with the truth is the best strategy for gaining power. Unfortunately, this is just a ... spread fictions and those who intentionally do so truth and power stories that unite people and those that distinguish groups from each other
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The passage below is accompanied by a set of questions. Choose the best answer to each question. Many people believe that truth conveys power $\dots$ Hence sticking with the truth is the best strategy for gaining power. Unfortunately, this is just a ... possible to it. manipulating people's beliefs is politically advantageous, but a leader who propagates only myths is likely to lose power.
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The passage below is accompanied by a set of questions. Choose the best answer to each question. Many people believe that truth conveys power $\dots$ Hence sticking with the truth is the best strategy for gaining power. Unfortunately, this is just a comforting myth. In ... to unite people by making sure everyone believes in the same fiction, or should they let people know the truth $\dots$ ?