Philosophy

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Philosophical Essay

Philosophical Essay: You will write a two-part 5-6-page essay using our LibraryGuide for PHIL101 and our Online Library to answer one of the followingquestions:Please be sure to carefully read the syllabus assignment instruction for thePhilosophical Essay Part 2.2. If God exists, is murder immoral? Can those who do not believe in God behighly moral people? Can people who practice different religions a...

Philosophy of disclosure

What are advantages and disadvantages of the "philosophy of disclosure" as implemented in the fundraising provisions (Ch 6D) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)....

Topic on EPISTEMOLOGY

Write a 5-6 page paper in APA format on your choice of a topic in Epistemology.Form a single thesis statement that you would like to research from any of the topics on epistemology (knowledge) that you find in this/these chapters. This is where you also want to begin with an introduction that defines the terms you will use.Use the four-st...

Total Reward Philosophy

You are the new HR Manager at a mid-sized employer with moderate financial resources in Central Texas. This employer is a federal contractor with contracts at Fort Hood Texas. Your primary source of qualified labor is military veterans. As the new HR Manager you would like to link the organization’s compensation philosophy with the benefits and work environment to create a total reward approach to compensation management that will he...

Socrates Philosophical

Essay Part 1: At the end of week 4 you will turn in (1) a clearly articulated thesis statement, and (2) a selected list of appropriate sources using our Library Guide for PHIL101 and our Online Library, as indicated below:Identify at least one encyclopedia, or similar work, providing a big picture overview of key...

Myth in Culture and the Arts

Prepare three 7 to 10 minute mini-lessons/lectures on myth in our world. Each of your lessons/lectures should be about 500-750 words long (about 2½ to 3½ pages double-spaced, Times 12-point font, with 1-inch margins). This is not much time, so you will want to be concise but conversational, as this is a presentation rather than an essay.a) Mini-L...

Philosophy and Western Religions

Western philosophical traditions and the Abrahamic religions take very different approaches to the resolution of significant life questions. Greek and Roman philosophers sought rational explanations for natural phenomena, while religious thinkers proposed supernatural accounts based on revealed principles. Which approach do you believe succeeds better in establishing fundamental truths about the meaning of life?...

Western philosophy

The Systems Analysis phase is the most critical of all the phases of systems development.  Discuss and give reasons to support your position.PhilosophyThe author of present work has a background of nearly forty years of teaching Indianphilosophy to Indian students and of almost twenty years of teaching Western students. The bookattempts to overcome many of the difficulties which Western students encounter in studyingIndian philosophy and also to remove many misunde...

Several years have now elapsed since I first became aware that I had accepted, even from my youth, many false opinions for true

Several years have now elapsed since I first became aware that I had accepted, even from my youth, many false opinions for true, and that consequently what I afterward based on such principles were highly doubtful, and from that time I was convinced of the necessity of undertaking once in my life to rid myself of all the opinions I had adopted, and of commencing anew the work of building from the foundation, if I desired to establish a firm and abiding superstructure in ...

Critically evaluate Rachel arguments.

In this essay, you will be critically evaluating arguments. In a critical evaluation of arguments, there are essentially two things you must do. First, you will need to fully explain and discuss the argument that you will critically evaluate. In this part of the essay, you will simply explain, as neutrally and fairly as possible, an argument for a certain conclusion. Then, second, what you must then do is discuss some potential criti...

The underlying theme in VUU educational philosophy

Assuming you have been called for interview as an Online math instructor. How doyou respond to these questions.What is the underlying theme in VUU educational philosophy? How is yourpersonal educational philosophy similar or different? What relationship do you ...

the notions of free will consciousness and philosophical ethics Use the following questions as guides to help you formulate your response

Write a 500- to 700-word paper that connects the notions of free will, consciousness, and philosophical ethics. Use the following questions as guides to help you formulate your response: Do we have free will, and if we think we do, would it matter if we do not? Is consciousness something other than matter, or are our conscious thoughts simply predictable as part of a physical system? How do answers to the first two questions affect judgments regarding right and wrong? In other words, are humans responsible ...

What does the Cultural Relativist mean when he/she claims there is no such thing as objective moral truth

What does the Cultural Relativist mean when he/she claims there is no such thing as objective moral truth? What are 3 counter-intuitive consequences of taking this claim to be true? Should these consequences lead us to reject Cultural Relativism? Why or why not?...

What is the function of human beings for Aristotle? How does Aristotle argue his way to that function? Rewrite his argument in clear steps.

What is the function of human beings for Aristotle? How does Aristotle argue his way to that function? Rewrite his argument in clear steps....

There are many who would say that stealing is stealing and that stealing is wrong, without any other factors able to change the perspective of the value, that stealing is wrong in every case. Please respond to all three questions below, with respect to th

There are many who would say that stealing is stealing and that stealing is wrong, without any other factors able to change the perspective of the value, that stealing is wrong in every case. Please respond to all three questions below, with respect to the ideas above. Explain your answer with detailed explanation and supportive reasoning that includes references and citations from each Philosopher. What do you think Philippa Foot would say about the comments above? What do you think Annette Baier would...

My assigned character is Stephano from Shakespeare's play : The Tempest. I will pretend I am Stephano and answer four of those sample questions. Each of those answer needs to have 50-100 words. The answer need to be related to the play and Stephano

My assigned character is Stephano from Shakespeare's play: The Tempest. I will pretend I am Stephano and answer four of those sample questions. Each of those answers needs to have 50-100 words. The answer needs to be related to the play and Stephano's experiences and characteristics....

Explain a political philosophy with supporting citations to the textbook and online lectures in correct APA format.

Explain a political philosophy with supporting citations to the textbook and online lectures in correct APA format. For example, you might discuss social contract theory or feminism. Use thisAPA Citation Helperas a convenient reference for properly citing resources. Explain some human rights that you think should be protected by the government. Discuss whether the particular rights you discuss are better understood as "positive" or "negative" rights...

Compare/contrast two social philosophies For instance you might explain Plato Aristotle utilitarianism Marx Rawls race theory and/or a feminist approach

Compare/contrast two social philosophies. For instance, you might explain Plato, Aristotle, utilitarianism, Marx, Rawls, race theory, and/or a feminist approach. Try and select two distinct approaches. Remember to explain the theories you reference with supporting citations to the textbook and online lectures before contrasting them, utilizing correct APA format. You may want to use examples to illustrate your understanding of key ideas in each theory. Use this PA Citation Helpers a convenient reference for...

This is my prompt I have chosen prompt three for the literary analysis

This is my prompt: I have chosen prompt three for the literary analysis. The first sentence of the prompt is: Most often, literary works have both internal conflict (individual v. self) and external conflict (individual v. individual, society, nature, or technology). Here is my working thesis: The conflict identified in the drama Macbeth by William Shakespeare centers on Macbeth’s desires for power and his internal demons his actions, showing that human struggle against good and evil. Need help writing ...