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If the question hadn't been closed as "unclear", I would have closed it myself as "too broad". The main problem is — as Jon Points out — that you are trying to stimulate discussion rather than get an answer to a specific question. It's ok to ask questions that are based on your own ratiocinations rather than strictly those that arise from the study of ...


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The first problem I have with the question is it doesn't define terms very well. In particular, I consider mechanical life a contradiction in terms on the order of "married bachelor". From a practical point of view, robots are tools and their value is directly proportional to their usefulness to people. People are a totally different class of entity and it ...


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There is a software product from OpenProof Courseware called "Fitch" that goes with the Language, Proof and Logic textbook that appears to be what some people are referring to: https://ggweb.gradegrinder.net/support/manual/fitch Some of these questioners may be seeking help with this particular software product. There is also a Fitch-style proof checker ...


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Some advice on asking for references given what I've seen asked here. First, strongly qualify. An excellent teacher of political science would be able to read somewhat into your request and provide some editorial guidance, but on these forums, while there are many people who are quite knowledgeable about higher educational technicalities, there seems to be a ...


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First of all, I have to apologize. Usually, my personal policy is leaving flagged posts by new users open for one day after leaving a comment why it may be deleted. The post showed in the moderator queue due to not an answer and low quality flags. Therefore, I simply used the standard moderation action available directly in the queue which is following the ...


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At least in my view, I would say: I have some trouble grasping quite what is being asked. There appear to be several questions there that are not merely restatements of each other (but again, see 1). Possibly because I'm having trouble grasping the meaning of the question, it seems to invite discussion or opinions rather than being a Q&A answerable ...


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