Decide the type of claim that is made in the following statements, whether factual, verbal, interpretive, or evaluative:
1. One reading of people is that they always act out of self-interest and for their own advantage, although they sometimes try to disguise their actions as unselfish and altruistic.
2. Constantinople was famous for a thousand years as the capital of the Roman Empire.
4. Not only would it be wrong to deprive a woman of the right to an abortion, but also it would be wrong for a baby to be born unwanted.
5. When I use the term euthanasia I intend it in its literal sense of a good death.
6. When babies feel themselves falling they demonstrate a startle pattern by immediately extending their arms and legs. This can be construed as a carryover from our anthropological past when we needed to break our fall from the trees.
8. Genocide is wrong whether of a people such as Jews, Croats, or Hutus or a species such as elephants, whales or buffalo.
9. Charles Dickens wrote David Copperfield in 1849, A Tail of Two Cities in 1859.
10. The student protests in the late â??60s were due to the alienation of the youth from the establishment and the government.
1) Interpretive--> This statement interprets human action, but does not evaluate them.
2) Factual--> This can be proven or disproven.
3) Verbal--> Statement made by a person in the first person; not telling a fact, ...
Decide the type of claim that is made in the following statements, whether factual, verbal, interpretive, or evaluative.