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All Faculties of Understanding, Which a Human Being Enjoys, Are Necessarily Limited in Terms of Performance. If So, Which of the Following Alternatives is Justified by the Preceding Statement - Logical Reasoning

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MCQ

All faculties of understanding, which a human being enjoys, are necessarily limited in terms of performance. If so, which of the following alternatives is justified by the preceding statement?

Options

  • Human knowledge is necessarily imperfect

  • Perfection one's own knowledge is a distinct possibility, but man does not know how to employ his faculties

  • When progress in knowledge is linear, one day or the other the ultimate truth will be discovered

  • Human knowledge is not necessarily perfect

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Solution

Human knowledge is not necessarily perfect

Explanation:

'Human knowledge is not necessarily perfect' only brings out the possibility of limited perfection in performance.

Concept: Critical Reasoning (Entrance Exam)
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