- Thu Dec 03, 2020 11:59 am
In this question, we are looking for something that humanists think about scientists. That sends us to the second paragraph to look for our answer, and there we find no discussion of emotions. It's in the third paragraph, where we see the mistaken beliefs of scientists about humanists, that emotions are brought up. That's one reason for rejecting answer A - we have no evidence for what humanists mistakenly believe scientists think about emotions.
Another reason to reject it is that the humanists think scientists claim nothing is truly inexplicable, that it can all be explained away or somehow measured.
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