Plato drew a sharp distinction between knowledge, which is certain, and mere opinion, which is not certain. He said Opinions derive from the shifting world of sensation; knowledge derives from the world of timeless forms, or essences.
A theory can be supported by facts and evidence, while an opinion is only what someone feels is true.
Subjective is the fact and objective is your opinion
In my opinion Assumption is different from Prediction because, Assumption is your hypothesis or something you have assumed/guessed based on your knowledge and your research that proves your assumption to be correct... On the other hand, Prediction is when you predict something about the future or something that is in the future without basing it on knowledge or something you have experienced.. I'm a 13 year old kid using the account of my older sister XD.. I hope this helps!!
A statement gives information or opinion. A response is not necessarily required. A questions asks for information or opinion. A response is usually required.
not legally but in my opinion it should be optional because even though were gaining knowledge some people wouldn't want to wake up early to be yelled at all day and be taught stuff that doesn't normally matter. basically legally no in my opinion yes
Opinion- A Person's Beliefs... But Not Everyones, Not Proven.... (Example: The Most Graceful Color Is Blue) Knowledge- True facts That Can Be Proven (Example: Humans Are 98% Gorilla)
My opinion for this day and age is knowledge.
Journalists care about the news; they not only wish to report it, but they also wish to offer their opinion about it. Since there is an important distinction between news and opinion, editorials are used to report opinions so that they do not get mistaken for news.
In my opinion it would be The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints. Also known as the Mormons.
Their knowledge of the subject.
They can render a differing opinion or judgement, but do so with the knowledge that their opinion could be appealed.
You need to answer this prompt. It is asking for your opinion and critical thinking. Not ours.
Yes, because opinion is about conclusion and knowledge. Thinking also! So bascially thinking and opinion is same!
It stems from someones opinion