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# When Einstein asserted that ―God does not throw dice,‖ he wa

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When Einstein asserted that ―God does not throw dice,‖ he wa [#permalink]  21 May 2020, 08:56
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When Einstein asserted that "God does not throw dice", he was not only (i)___ a common theological position that the world has an order, but also a deep intuition that the world is as it is in a (ii)____ sense. It is no (iii)_____.

Blank (i) Blank (ii) Blank (iii)
jettisoning accidental necessity
attacking primordial accident
reflecting necessary spontaneity
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Re: When Einstein asserted that ―God does not throw dice,‖ he wa [#permalink]  21 May 2020, 08:58
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Re: When Einstein asserted that ―God does not throw dice,‖ he wa [#permalink]  21 May 2020, 09:13
Why necessary is best option for second blank?
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Re: When Einstein asserted that ―God does not throw dice,‖ he wa [#permalink]  21 May 2020, 09:25
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It is necessary because the universe is NECESSARY to have the order as we do know and for that reason, God does not throw the dice"

primordial is not because we are in the evolution state, continuously.

Accidental is just the opposite of necessary. The universe is in that configuration is not accidental.

It is necessary of being this way

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Re: When Einstein asserted that ―God does not throw dice,‖ he wa [#permalink]  21 May 2020, 18:32
i could not understand the meaning . kindly enlighten
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Re: When Einstein asserted that ―God does not throw dice,‖ he wa [#permalink]  21 Jul 2020, 11:51
When Einstein asserted that "God does not throw dice", he was not only (i)___ a common theological position that the world has an order, but also a deep intuition that the world is as it is in a (ii)____ sense. It is no (iii)_____.

Clues:

"asserted" and "god does not throw dice" - Which basically means the he is correct saying that the world has not being made by randomness.

Hence, in the first blank we can faslty eliminate "jettisoning (throw away)" and "attacking" because we have to choose something related with "accepting" and order... he was not only (i)___ a common.....that the world has an order"

Then second and third blank should be opposed ones...

So if we are choosing that wold has and order then "accidental" is out, we stay with primordial and necessary and move to the third one...

Third one should be opposed to "order" so the only option would be "accident"

Return to the second one... If the third one is "an accident", then the second one need to be something like "the world is not an accident but the way it should be..." the best option then would be "necessary"...
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