1. poses a dilemma to the author and the readers alike.
2. is relevant only to philosophers and theologians
3. becomes irrelevant by the end of the passage.
4. has been analysed by the author but there appears to be no answer to it yet.
5. has been given several and conflicting answers in the passage.
has been analysed by the author but there appears to be no answer to it yet.
1. Morality is instinctive but we seek to rationalize our position.
2. That morals change is evidence of the influence of reason.
3. The traditional views regarding morals offer no scope for a rational analysis.
4. Our views regarding races, gender and discrimination have changed for the better over time.
5. Both reason and sentiments affect our moral viewpoint.
Morality is instinctive but we seek to rationalize our position.
1. A and D
2. B and E
3. C and E
4. A and C
5. B and D
C and E
1. Open the windows and let the fresh air in. (2) (3) (4) (5)
2. It takes two hours by air to reach Chennai from Hyderabad.
3. The appetizing aroma wafting through air stirred up our appetite.
4. Her colleagues resent her as she always puts on airs.
5. The management never gives an opportunity to the employees to air their grievances.
The appetizing aroma wafting through air stirred up our appetite.