It was a specific question.
We waited for the question.
To the question “who owns the Moon?”
Today's question comes from Sharron Links.
That's the question that should be getting asked.
(a) The plant in question was actually a Ford plant.
Profound disagreement exists about the answer to this question.
It is the obvious question to ask; it is also the wrong question to ask.
Today's trivia question: Kate Jacobs correctly answered yesterday's question.
And, in answering the question, the person never wants to answer the question.
Today's trivia question: Claire Wisniewski correctly guessed yesterday's question.
Certainly no self-respecting writer or wannabe writer would catch themselves asking the question in question.
It is perhaps a more general question than a question one might at first ask: Did God create necessarily existing abstracta?
A second question—call it the evaluation question—concerns morality: How should we evaluate the moral status of manipulation?
Earlier we distinguished two interpretative questions with respect to physicalism, the completeness question and the condition question.
In discussing the interpretation question, I will turn first to the completeness question, and then consider the condition question.
Following the division in Thomasson 1999, we shall call the first question the metaphysical question, and the second the ontological question.
The point is this: on at least the Umbrella View, answering the ontological question is closely related, if not identical, to answering the Extension Question.
For example, the first option can take the user to the very next question, while the second option might skip that question and go directly to the following one.
But that’s the sixty-four-thousand-dollar question with regard to that part of the report, and the Attorney General is even saying that he can answer the question.
- an instance of questioning
Example: there was a question about my training
- challenge the accuracy, probity, or propriety of
Example: We must question your judgment in this matter
- pose a series of questions to
Example: The suspect was questioned by the police
- the subject matter at issue
Example: the question of disease merits serious discussion
- a sentence of inquiry that asks for a reply
Example: he asked a direct question
- pose a question
- conduct an interview in television, newspaper, and radio reporting
- uncertainty about the truth or factuality or existence of something
- a formal proposal for action made to a deliberative assembly for discussion and vote
- place in doubt or express doubtful speculation
- an informal reference to a marriage proposal
Example: he was ready to pop the question
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