extensive properties, such as mass and volume, depend on the amount of matter being measured. intensive properties, such as density and color, do not depend on the amount of the substance present.
the correct answer is: " to lend credibility and additional support to their conclusion".
the author describes morality and economics as two opposing forces. he provides an example in which morality rules over economic incentives, which are described as the profit maximization prospects. in this case most people are governed by morality rather than by greed. although, at first, it might seem a contradiction to economic theory, the author aims to reject this statement. to support this viewpoint, the author cites a publication by adam smith, one of the most important theoretical economists in history, where he already examines how the forces of morality govern human decisions and, in turn, how they affect economic decisiones and their outcomes.
interactive dualism, which was conceptualized by rené descartes, the french philosopher, refers to how the mind and the body are two separate entities but they interact with other another to create the conscious experience.
it is an extension of the mind-body dualism concept, which believes that some phenomenon occurs only in the mind, and some occurs only in the body and the conscious mind does not perceive it. it is an important concept in psychology which has to yet to be proven nor disproven until now.
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