What Is Being Neutral? Essay

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What is a question and what is being neutral? A question by definition is a sentence worded or expressed so as to elicit information. This shows that a question is asked in order to get information but you want to get information because you are curious. Curiosity by definition means a strong desire to know or learn something. This proves that you have curiosity when you have a strong desire, desire means a strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen. this shows that behind every question there is a desire to wish for something so bias is always present. A neutral question is in my perspective is like a closed question. Closed questions points the individual who are being questioned in one direction, whether they intended to go there or not. When we ask someone a question, we already have a response anticipated in our mind so the whole discussion becomes about the direction you want to go to. So there is no such thing as a neutral bias is present is every question. To what extent can a question be biased? Natural sciences by definition are the branch of knowledge that deals with the study of the physical world. Natural sciences are on of the areas of knowledge where questions should be objective. That should be the aim of the natural sciences and it is to a certain extent but then we also have human error occurring. The human error being the scientists and how they run labs and record data. The question is not neutral because scientists…

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