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Dell as the World’s Business Leaders

Early on in its history, it managed to give the image of being a giant while it was running as a small firm (Chozich, 2005). As a company, it has managed to give IBM, HP, Compaq, and many other stiff competition by selling individual computers that are assembled from custom-ordered components. Its business philosophy was […]

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What Determines a Good Medicine

getting all these aside, it is important to find out how thinkers, sociologists, and philosophers have reacted to the modern health policy, or indeed, to the modern medicine itself. There are arguments that modern medicine has an entity of its own, totally severed off from tradition and today’s medicine gets ridiculed tomorrow and making it […]

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Major Theologian Matthew Fox

There emerge new trends in religious study, to which we can refer the ideas of the major theologian of our time Matthew Fox.Fox presents his study as a new theological trend within the field of the Christian tradition, identifying it as Creation-centered spirituality. Some other connoisseurs of religious theories believe that Fox’s study is a […]

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Modern Spaces

Unlike past centuries in which the material element of the building was the main focus of the design, the backbone philosophy of modern architecture is seen as an exploration of the intimate relationships that are shared between the constructed space and its occupants. In other words, modern architecture is all about finding and legitimizing the […]

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Is there international law

The vast organization that constitutes international law includes an assortment of international traditions, formal contacts, pacts, consensus, and charters such as the United Nations Charter. The United Nations Charter has various codes of conduct or protocols, law courts and summaries of legal agreements which include legal examples of previous decisions handed down by the International […]

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International Business To Business Marketing

attainment of its strategic objectives. Although these descriptions are useful, it is important to realize that the practice of purchasing and supply management is changing rapidly (Chopra, 2003).Supply chain management appears in current dialogue as relatively new terminology, but definitions of what it encompasses are, at best, vague. Barkema (1997) suggested that the development of […]

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Critical Thinking Week 2

Nothing is accepted on face value and every aspect of a communication, whether oral or written, is questioned to clearly identify the issues, stated conclusions, arguments, evidence in support and assumptions/omissions/fallacies. This should lead to the right conclusions and right decisions. Clear thinking is all about ‘the ability to engage in reflective and independent thinking’ […]

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PHILOSOPHY FINAL EXAM PAPER

One hand writes red. The other writes blue. The left brain is able to enunciate I see red. The verbal component is important, because Parfit’s definition of identity is that identity exists because we talk about it, we name it. So the split-brain, Parfit says, represents two streams of consciousness. Both hemispheres are conscious as […]

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The Need for Training for Employees

We can ask what they want. how we can help them reach their individual and professional goals. what we can help them achieve beyond promotions and salary increases. and how we can work as a unit toward common goals. This may involve looking beyond the office and into the community.The complete human resources plan should […]

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The Curriculum Approach of Direct Instruction

The National Institute for Direct Instructions defines DI as a model for teaching that emphasizes well-developed and carefully planned lessons designed around small learning increments and clearly defined and prescribed teaching tasks. It is based on the theory that clear instruction eliminating misinterpretations can greatly improve and accelerate learning (NIFDI 2007). Primarily the series cover […]

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Ethics and moral character

Ethics and Moral character about Henry Ford Henry Ford, the automobile pioneer in the American industry, is renowned for his unique vision, social responsibility, entrepreneurship, industrial philosophy, business ethics and moral character. Ford believed in industrial mass production and he never deviated from business ethics and morality while climbing the ladders of success. His social […]

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In The Iron Heel Jack London explores one possible outcome of the strong Socialist presence in the early 20th century in Ameri

Although not all of his predictions emerged later in the century, London made some critical true predictions of the events in the 20th century. This paper will highlight the fulfillment of his predictions concerning socialism in the 20th century. London wrote his book adding on to the predictions of other authors who wrote to express […]

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Outlined and it varies

However, in the case of emotion, it is usually much difficult to really create the link. For instance in making decisions through emotions, one can be driven by such factors like nostalgia while they might be well aware (through cognition) that such a decision is not really the best (Norman, 2005). The traditional hard science […]

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Analysis of Compensation Philosophy

The policies and underlying philosophy governing the company’s compensation program are designed to accomplish the following objectives: Maintain a compensation program that is equitable in a competitive marketplace. Provide opportunities that integrate pay with the company’s annual and long?term performance goals. Maintain an appropriate balance between base salary and short and long-term incentive opportunities. Recognize […]

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Conservation/Conservation Movement

Throughout the early and the mid-19th century, the conservation mindset and movement was intensified though many pieces of literary works, in form of both painting and written narrations that emerged, portraying nature as a significant element that makes the life of humans worthwhile. Through various magnificent paintings, such as the wonders of America, the artistic […]

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Primary Document Analysis Why Did the Renaissance Occur in Italy Petrarch and His Principles and Niccolo Machiavelli and His Principles

With the trade initiated by Roman rulers among Asians, spices and silk started flowing into the country which led to the development of the Roman Empire demographically and politically. According to (Ch.10, part 1,pg.281)By the late fifteenth century, Europe was recovering well from two of the three crises of the late middle ages: the demographic […]

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The Nature of Communication

The Nature of Communication The secondary group which I will be writing about for the purpose of this assignment is the school soccer team, which I myself am a member of. I have been a part of the team for a few months now. We meet regularly for practices as well as tournaments and fixtures. […]

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WALMARTinternational corporation

The company has worked very hard to get into this position by pursuing right strategies in both national and international regions. The organization thrives as an efficient merchandiser with effective processes and systems. These strategies have contributed to the overall buying power, superior growth and leadership in various systems such as logistics and supply chain. […]

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Global Warming Issue

Environmental philosophy holds that human beings are the only worthy things to be subjected to environmental study. This is because they are the only people who are the custodians and the stewards of the environment. They are responsible for the preservation of the environment. Environmental philosophy also explores the importance of environmental aesthetics. Environmental philosophy […]

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Plato’s Meno

One very significant part of the Meno is that which demonstrates the Theory of Recollection, or the idea that what appears to be learning something new is really recollecting something already known (Cohen, University of Washington), or what is known as the doctrine of anamnesis, which means that all learning is [merely] recollection (Samet, Stanford […]

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EXPLORATION PAPER

Emmanuel Kant is arguably one of the greatest western philosophers who devised methods to evaluate the reason and functioning of morality in human mind. According to him, ‘Categorical Imperative’ which is a standard of rationality determines morality. And, hence, the violation of CI becomes irrational and thereby an immoral act. From among the lists of […]

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Beautiful and the Damned Portrai on New India

Precisely, Deb argued that modernity in India is an ambiguous phenomenon—while there are obvious developments in the fields of information technology, economics, and business, majority of middle class Indians are still reduced to poverty. Indeed, the gap between the rich and the poor is widening. And this phenomenon, as Deb further pointed out, is wreaking […]

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Electronic Portfolio

Generally, my education was more closely aligned to the Jeffersonian model of education as compared to others. I joined Virginia University at the age 15 years, obtaining a post-graduate four years later. Naturally, I am an analysts and bibliophile, all to which I give credit to my teachers and parents. I am strong opponent of […]

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Vulnerable Populations And Self Assessment

The Belmont report of the year 1972 defined vulnerable population as the groups that because of their availability in the areas of the researches being conducted like hospitals, institutions, camps as well as prisons might sometimes bear the burden of the research that are unequal and thus there is the requirement of extra protection for […]

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Tianxia in Chinese Moral or Political Thinking

This paper illustrates that Tianxia is interesting in the sense that it gives a Chinese replica of global order that is generally applicable, and gives Chinese-style resolutions to global issues more so how the traditional concept of Tianxia in international relations is combined with the long-held Chinese diplomacy of nationalism. Therefore, the Tianxia system has […]

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Purposes of Criminal Laws

While some might argue the ethics of the latter described measures, these three features effectively, albeit not perfectly, eliminate a large amount of crime and provide society with order. Criminal law protects public order by criminalizing behaviors that are contrary to social norms, values, and/or customs. Public order crimes, therefore, are considered as harmful to […]

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Review the Capstone case Chaplinsky v New Hampshire on pages 310311 of your textbook Briefly discuss the issue the court had t

Chaplinsky v New Hampshire 24 April The issue to be decided – the court in this case had to decide whether profanity enjoys the same protection as those rights guaranteed under the First Amendment, namely freedom of speech and the free exercise of religion. The case centered on a religious member of Jehovah’s Witness who […]

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The Right of Privacy

Sur Lecturer: The Right of Privacy The right of privacy is a human en ment safeguarded by both sta y and common law andhas been contingent to the constitution of America. It has expanded to a freedom of personal independent safeguarded by the fourteenth amendment (Warren 22). The Right of Privacy is accepted by all […]

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Machete Season The Killers in Rwanda Speak

This is a massacre that killed approximately eight hundred thousand persons in the East African country of Rwanda. The following dialogue delves into how the Rwandan assassins felt about their actions during the genocide epoch. This is a discourse that provides divergent reactions on the occurrences during this epoch and how individuals were unconstructively impacted […]

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Buddhism Scriptures

Buddhism Scriptures A close examination of Buddhist scriptures 103-116, 134-144, 146-162 presents a great opportunity toreflect on the benefits of meditation and the discussion of King Milinda and Nagasena. There are different techniques used in these scriptures to capture readers’ attention. While reading the scriptures, anecdote is one of the persuasive techniques used. The scripture […]

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EDU 636 DB3

Education Topic: EDU 636 DB#3 Guide Design principles for developing an online learning environment OLE: Online Learning Environment According to Mishra Jain (N.d.), a constructivist framework tends to provide the most suitable Online Learning Environment (OLE) as it is able to provide a ‘student-directed learning’ environment instead of a ‘teacher-directed’ one. This involves providing the […]

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Paradise Lost in Context

The first part is the status of England during the 17th century. The second part is a brief biography and the early works of John Milton. The third part consists of an overview and a plot summary of Paradise Lost. The fourth part is a brief comparison of Paradise Lost from Genesis chapters one to […]

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In Support of the Death Penalty

The death penalty creates a balance between the offender and the victim, his life forfeited to insinuate the balance between his crime and his punishment.The global community does not have political support for the death penalty with very few states using this form of punishment. However, the United States has a strong support of the […]

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Issac Newton

There are, however, many facets to this man’s life, other than being a scientist, that are worthy to know. Perhaps that is what truly causes mankind to label an individual the greatest. Possessing not only scientific prowess but also religious and philosophical ponderings, Newton is still a focus of conversation in academic and theological circles […]

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Issac Newton

There are, however, many facets to this man’s life, other than being a scientist, that are worthy to know. Perhaps that is what truly causes mankind to label an individual the greatest. Possessing not only scientific prowess but also religious and philosophical ponderings, Newton is still a focus of conversation in academic and theological circles […]

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Civil society

Locke however, believes that rights and obligations are the main propellant of problems that civil society faces while working under a given government. Moreover, Locke provided wide analysis on the state of nature in his second treatise which had an impact on the civil government. His work was written in the year 1680, the time […]

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In relation to analyzing cultural texts what connections exist between the theories of Bourdieu and Morris

In the modern era, sociologists such as Pierre Bourdieu and Meaghan Morris have contributed widely to enhance sociological understanding of populist issues. Essentially Bourdieu bases his theoretical framework of cultural symbolism on the works of Weber and Marx while Morris bases her populist work on the ideas presented by Bourdieu. Pierre Bourdieu is a renowned […]

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Apologists and the History of Apologetics

This line of thinking treads on dangerous ground, reviving an old argument which debates whether or not there can be absolute or universal truths outside the revelation of the Christian scriptures. The point of Augustine’s whole treatise De Doctrina Christiana, for example, was to remind Christians that the knowledge and eloquence of the classical poets […]

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Third Wave Feminism and Sexuality

Women were made to realize that they should not accept being inferior to men and exist only for men’s pleasure and convenience. They should nurture their self-worth and realize that they, too, have to meet their own need for validation as respectable human beings (Dicker amp. Piepmeier 32). All three waves of feminism share the […]

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Daoism Growth of a Religion

Quest of Western materialism for peace has also provided Daoism with the opportunity for huge appreciation as a philosophical discipline. According to Eva Wong Many people will experience, at least once in their lifetime, the urge to venture beyond the everyday world of the mundane into the world of spirit. These journeys into the spiritual […]

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Mercantlism and capitalism

Mercantilism and Capitalism Q1: Both capitalism and mercantilism are economic systems whose make focus are on making profits though they differ in wealth accumulation. Capitalism philosophy stresses on the importance of wealth creation as a tool for pursuing a nation’s economic growth (Degen 13). On the contrary, mercantilism philosophy emphasizes on wealth accumulation and believes […]

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Fords Control Mechanisms

About one hundred years ago, demand could be easily matched to supply particularly in the rural agricultural areas, and the existence of production and consumption was in a closed loop supply chain, therefore, goods were predominantly manufactured and used as required.The just-in-time approach to manufacturing adopted by Ford presents a return to this form of […]

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Portfolio of Coaching Profession

Coaching philosophy covers one’s purpose as a coach and how he will approach player development and winning. One’s coaching philosophy is made up of the primary objectives, beliefs, and principles that one adhere to in order to achieve his goals. (Barbour, 2011, p. 203)One’s coaching philosophy will guide him on how to behave as a […]

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Annotation / Tao Te Ching / Lao Tzu

Annotation: Lao Tzu- Tao Te Ching Lao Tzu is one of the greatest Chinese philosophers who lived in the 6th century B.C, although this has been subject for debate in modern philosophy. He is known to have authored many poems, which today, comprise of the great book known as Tao Te Ching. a collection of […]

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Developing Thinking Skills

Research exists to support these advantages. Oxford-based SAPERE, which conducted the Philosophy for Children™ programme in schools of Clackmannanshire, reported (Topping 2005) an average 6-point increase in cognitive abilities among all students. increased level of classroom participation. increased display of reasoning skills among students. an increase in communication skills. Two years after the programme, the […]

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Letter to the ceo

The Chief Executive Officer Chief Information Officer Benefits of CMM Approach CMM or Capability Maturity Model describes the overall process involving the practices of software process maturity. Basically developed to refine the process of software development within the organizations, CMM model follow the basic philosophy of improving the software development process in order to achieve […]

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The End of Public Culture by Richard Sennett

l personage who offers them his intentions, his sentiments, rather than his acts, for their consumption. (1977: p 261) He also emphasises on the nature of and needs for the intimate relationships among the individuals by making a comparison of present-day intimate socio-cultural relations with those of the past. The writer vehemently sustains the very […]

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Bowen Family Systems Therapy

Unlike normal family development, in which families learn to differentiate parts of them when interacting on an emotional level and set healthy boundaries, enmeshed families become overly involved with each other, increasing the chances of anxiety and conflict. Lack of differentiation occurs due to the inability to separate their emotions from their reactions. What they […]

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Athnasius On the incarnation

…………… Commentary: Athnasius, On the incarnation This article seems to be written more to refute the philosophy of the incarnation’s ideals than to describe the incarnation’s doctrine. God made the world from the pre-existent matter. Man started worshipping idols instead of the true Creator. God sent men from His side to spread truth and awareness […]

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The Philosophy of Pastoral Work

The basis directs the thesis that the church as an organization evolution today is deviating from the core purpose and failing as the expectation of Christ would be2. The organization structures, the leadership and pastors’ role in the church, in addition to the family involvements, and challenges in the ministry are causes to the deviation […]

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Describing Hulga

of the of the The Hulga holds no meaning and the only reason why Joy chooses it is becauseit sounds ugly. The name itself is symbolic to Joy’s character. Just like she has a weak body and heart, similarly she possesses an ugly soul. She holds no compassion for anyone including her mother towards whom […]

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How Pulp Fiction can be read as postmodern

The term post-modernist, often used to refer to art and architecture, was applied to this film, and there was even a new word made specially to reflect this, namely pulpmodernist.1 The phrase pulp fiction refers to popular novels which are bought in large numbers by less well educated people and enjoyed for their entertainment value. […]

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My Education Philosophy

A ment describing your background, observational experience, reasons for wanting to be a teacher, and your educational philosophy. Be sure to also note any special interests or competencies you may possess.My zeal to implement to understand the true essence of harnessing the growth of students has been always the catalyst towards my dream to become […]

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Compare and Contrast Religion

Christian Theism is the classical Christian philosophy of 17th century. The word theism is derived from the Greek word theos which means God. The word was first used in this context by Mr. Ralph Cudworth in the 17th Century. Literally speaking, Christian Theism is, in fact, propagation of Monotheism which means that there is only […]

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Sofia Petrovna by Lydia Chukovskaya

Sofia Petrovna Critical Reading The key question that the addresses is the necessity and importance of women to carry out socially useful work (Chukovskaya, 87). The circumstances within the life of Sofia Petrovna brought to life the Russian mindset reality during the Stalin purges. According to the author, the character of Sofia is demonstrated to […]

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PHL #6

Theory of the Mind Unit Aristotle was a Greek philosopher born in Macedon but spent most ofhis life. His philosophy was mostly based on the concept of the mind. Such writing was contained in his literary works known as the ‘De anima’ which focused on the issues of the soul. He also included in most […]

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Management Challenges for Social Enterprises

From the point of view of asset management, a social enterprise can increase the overall diversification of the portfolio while, at the same time, add more ethical trading and investing philosophy into the overall portfolio management also. It is believed that portfolio managers may have only to invest in the commercial entities to generate more […]

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Aircraft Maintenance Control

One of the key roles of maintenance controllers includes setting departmental goals and developing effective strategies to meet those goals. Aircraft maintenance and aeronautical repair are the two major functions of aviation maintenance controllers and these tasks are necessary to ensure the unit’s readiness to perform its mission. Another key function of maintenance controllers is […]

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Why did Kofi Annan title his memoir Interventions

Kofi Annan d his book interventions for many reasons. First and foremost, the interventions called for social reform that plagued humanity underhis vision. Interventions was to root out the corruption that plagued his society. Additionally, interventions is to truly facilitate the cause of human rights in this pluralistic society. The main debate is to Anan […]

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The Four Methods in Lincoln Electric

Secondly, it was the Ramp.D efforts of its founders and its proactive stance that made it a success over its competitors, even though it had shared technology during the Second World War for the benefit of the USA. The company setup was planned and organized with very few levels of management. Workers had a right […]

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Confucian elements

Confucian Elements Confucian is a principled and philosophical system developed from the teachings of the Chinese philosophernamed Confucian. The elements of both ethical and philosophy acquired from the Confucian are regarded as Confucian elements. These elements comprise of moral, political and social aspects that influence history besides culture of respective individuals, for instance, those from […]

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The Founding and the Constitution

1. Article V of the Constitution of the United s defines the procedure for altering the document’s contents, primarily consisting of the proposal of an amendment followed by its ratification. Two ways of proposing amendments are described in Article V, the first being the normal procedures of any lawmaking in the legislative branch. In this […]

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Evil in St Augustine’s Confessions

He proposed many interesting arguments. This theme was important for Augustine as he was very sinful until realized the essence of God and religion. His theory is very valuable as it serves as the basis for Christian knowledge. However, as every theory, the ideas of Augustine is not fully accepted and actively criticized.The presence of […]

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Media Culture and Modernity

And, there is a proportion among filmmakers who bring these situations and incidents into a cinematic form, replicating exactly or using a fictionalized version of the real life happenings. These attempts by the filmmaker to ‘picturize’ the real life happenings, always comes loaded with fetes and critics.More than fetes, these attempts to create real life […]

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FedEx Corporation

The company realizes the importance of impeccable customer service and has tried to satisfy the needs of its customers in a superior manner. FedEx had, in collaboration with Motorola, developed pocket PC for couriers to enhance customer service (Editors, 2002) FedEx also has a foolproof complaint management system where consumer complaints are speedily handled. Organization […]

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Tyler Durden

His ability to recall murky information about his past experiences depicts the sharpness of his mind. The examples of his ingenuity are numerous, like for instance The Paper Street Soap Company. It was a project which he initiated, in which soaps were manufacture in a rather unusual way. The soap was made from human fat […]

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Personal though

1. There are different ways through which children learn including observing, positive models, play, suggestions as well as they learn from peers. Since children are considered as one of the best observers, it is often suggested that the best way children actually learn is through observation and watching others. My role as a teacher therefore […]

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What are the limit of your Knowledge

The Limits of My Knowledge Many of our beliefs are rooted in faith. When we were young, we usually believe what grownups tell us. In earlier times, especially during the time of our great philosophers, most people believe that reality is about God. Nowadays, these beliefs are starting to erode. Today, many are what we […]

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Anishinaabe People

The people could shelter these women and their children but they did not have similar positions with children born with Anishinaabe fathers in the society. Doodem which is their word for clan was borrowed from the English word totem. The clans which are mostly based on animals are very instrumental in conventional occupations, marriages and […]

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What is the relation between reason and ethics

Relationship between Reason and Ethics Many philosophers have been making attempts of developing arguments that link reason to ethics. Therefore, each of the philosophers has developed a form of relationship of the linkage between reason and its effects on ethical values. Reason denotes the act of making a rational judgment while ethics refers to the […]

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For Plato What Would It Mean To Be A Wellfunctioning As Opposed To A Malfunctioning Individual Human

Question For Plato, what would it mean to be a well-functioning, as opposed to a malfunctioning, individual human being? For Aristotle, what would it mean to be a well-functioning, as opposed to a malfunctioning, individual human being? For Thomas Hobbes, what would it mean to be a well-functioning, as opposed to a malfunctioning, individual human […]

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It Is A Study That Reflects Human Life Culture Trends And Ideas Of The Time As Well As It’S Relation To Our Life Today

major Western Philosophers from the early Greek thinkers to the famous philosophers of modern times, with Question the major Western Philosophers from the early Greek thinkers to the famous philosophers of modern times, with an emphasis on their attempt to answer the BIG, seemingly unanswerable questions humans have asked since the beginning of time — […]

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The Transcendentalism

There was a resurgence of the Idealist Movement at the turn of the 19th century that took the name Transcendentalist Movement. During the first half of the 1800s, the Transcendentalist Movement unveiled its new name and has persisted, in some form, as one of the most important spiritual movements in the history of the United […]

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Eddington and Everyday Experience

Often though it is something that is lacking a foundational source, the idea, ‘it is there because it is’ often falls into place, especially in a philosophical sense. For example Arthur Eddington’s interpretation of the existence of the world is a key interpretation of this type of thinking. In his following statement it is obvious […]

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Community Counseling

An important aspect of modern counseling philosophy is that the clients remain in control of their own treatment program. This is a recognition of the importance of cooperation in the counseling relationship and gives the client a sense of responsibility in there own lives. This freedom of choice for the client increases their stake in […]

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How writing influences and changes a society

Many literature analysts believe that while looking at only one dimension of writing interchanges, educational, institutional, professional, and social settings limits the potentiality of writing discourse and the means through which writing enters into the dynamic unfolding of situations and events. To understand various modes in which writing possess an influence on our minds, we […]

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Person Centered Counseling

His professional struggle against orthodox psychiatry has reminded a scholar of Martin Luther’s stand against the catholic church. Roger’s person centered approach (to psychotherapy. to education. to small encounter groups. and to larger groups assembled for the purpose of improving transitional understanding, exploring intergroup conflicts, and learning the nature of culture and its formation) has […]

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DreamTending

There are five ecopsychological principles that guide the practice of DreamTending:Dream images do not correspond only to the neurotic structures of the past, but they are also positioned in our personal and collective human experiences (Aizenstat, 2007). The strange, horrific and beautiful visitors at night Aizenstat (2007) calls beings of the world dreaming. Each of […]

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Relationship Marketing and Customer Service

The trends and developments in the market put strong pressure on companies and put into spotlight relationship marketing. Relationship marketing is an idea which dates back as far as the 1960s evolving from direct response marketing during the period. Its re-emergence in the 1980s is prompted by the initial research done by Leonard Berry and […]

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Flannery O Connor Stories

In the end, both are faced with realization and a costly price to pay, and that is the lives of those around them (Cook).In the grandmother’s confrontation with the Misfit, she insisted in the hope and belief that a good man must come from nice people (qtd. in O’Connor). Later, she learns that reality and […]

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Moral and Ethics in Philosophy

The mind-body problem according to Descartes the human bodies were likened to machinery that worked on their own rules taking no lead from anything else. This he explained giving an example of the involuntary actions that make the body get into action. He pointed out the reflex action of a human being could not have […]

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Human Resource Management in the Hotel Industry

The more surprising aspect is that the service industries like for e.g. hotels depend much more than manufacturing industries on their human capital for the quality of service being delivered by the intangible interface between the staff (the service provider) and the customer. The reason for this could be that the ‘services sector’ is not […]

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Philosophy of Leadership in Schools

The concept of leadership in a school requires the principal (administrator) to be able to improve the students’ performance and introduce various positive changes into the schooling system. All in all, the school’s administrator should manage the school in a way that ensures its survival and development.All the actions and risks of a school administrator […]

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Simone de Beauvoir

Running Head: SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR, THE SECOND SEX Simone de Beauvoir, The Second Sex Simone de Beauvoir was one of the greatest French existentialists, philosophers and writers of last century. She was born on January 9, 1908 in Paris to Georges Bertrand de Beauvoir and Franoise (ne) Brasseur. Simone de Beauvoir was one of few […]

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Hospitality Service Management

Innovation is the key focus to excel in this industry. Utilizing service management for proper handling and delivery of services is the aspect which the services industry must set a priority in their areas of concern for promotion and company’s growth – including industries in health care, caterers, manufacturers and suppliers, tourism and financial services. […]

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Organizational Behavior WalMart

Structures and systems should not merely be consistent with each other, but also consistent with the environmental context in which the company operates and the corporate strategy in the international environment. Wal-Mart stores are committed to EDLP (every day low prices) strategy, thus becoming a cost-, and efficiency leader among international retailers (Hitt et al, […]

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Philosophy Token vs Dualism or New Theory

In recognition of the mental states in relation to the brain, the Token Theory of mind upholds the analogy of realizations and supposes that the individual thought is identical with the individual brain state in which it corresponds. This philosophy reasoned that if mental states is a cacophony of thought processes then most likely it […]

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Fuel Price Increase in US

The thrust at accomplishing set goals in pursuing the ‘green world’ philosophy and theory much based on the need to curtail the towering global climate upheavals has seen the emphasised shift in policy in various industry and agriculture fronts. The soaring fuel prices owing to the volatility of the oil prices have spurred government and […]

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College Education

Please your reasons for transferring to Penn. If this is not your first change in colleges, explain your reasons for the previous transfer. An evaluation of your college education to date and why your educational goals may be better served at Penn should be addressed. If you have not been enrolled in school continuously since […]

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Letter from Mahavira

By enduring all sorts of calamities, I was given this name Mahavira, which means great hero or brave and courageous.You have to learn how to conquer your desires and feelings, not be conquered by them. The only way to liberate yourself from all the pain is learning about the right faith (samyak-darshana), right knowledge (samyak-jnana), […]

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Freemasonry

FREEMASONRY AND THE BREAD AND WINE AS SYMBOLS Many people have so long wondered about the existence of freemasonry. But to formally define freemasonry, we can in short define it as free workers like free gardeners or free fishers and so on. But the word in itself can be just defined as workers. We should […]

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Habermas Political Philosophy

The Habaermas discourse ethics theory attempts to elucidate the inference of communicative rationality in the light of moral basics and normative validation. This is an extremely intricate effort for theoretically formulating the fundamentals given by Kant’s deontological ethics particularly in terms of break-up of communicative structures. In other words it attempts to explain the universal […]

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Romantic art movement and Science

During this movement, reactions leveled against the philosophy of enlightenment increased. This philosophy established its grounds on coherent thinking, pragmatic evidence, and science in general. Romantics revolutionized the ideas of science by admitting that reason and rational thinking was not enough to establish certain ideologies about life and its great mysteries . Some of these […]

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Review on Two Paintings of Monet

The House seen from the Roses Garden The House seen from the Roses Garden Claude Monet was among the founders of French Impressionist paintings. He was an active part of the Impressionist movement and applied its philosophy of depicting one’s views of nature in his landscape paintings. In fact, the term Impressionism originated from Monet’s […]

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Personal Values and Motivation

My personal philosophy towards work always remained focus on the aspect of achieving the superior performance while at the same time managing highest ethical standards to work. This means that what motivated me most is not just the monetary reward the job offers but also as to how the job will actually help me to […]

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Community Policing and Problem Solving

Reactive policing is essentially police work which takes place after a crime has taken place: investigative work, building a case, targetting a suspect, arrest and eventually court. Pro-active policing focuses more strategically on preventative strategies which include a community focus. Yet, defining community-oriented policing may be perceived as more of a philosophy than an approach […]

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The Philosophy of Epicurus

The essay The Philosophy of Epicurus discusses the Epicurus’s thoughts regarding the capability of everyone for seeking wisdom, the happiness to be the ultimate objective of studying philosophy and concerning religion.At the beginning of the first paragraph of his Letter to Menoeceus, Epicurus says that everyone either young or old should study philosophy because it […]

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Key Consumer Psychology &amp

Buying BehaviorThis essay stresses that marketers view each consumer as a single decision-making unit. They collect information relating to a product or service from various sources and through various dimensions analyze it. The decision resulting from their analysis is the buying or rejection of the product. Marketers look to understand the types of stimulating information […]

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Childrens and Families Social Care

The local authority has the responsibility to facilitate the upbringing of needy children within families by providing a wide range of services to satisfy children’s needs.There are several principles that strengthen the act and are listed in the third part of the act. First, it is the responsibility of the state through local authorities to […]

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Philosophy of Time

On the other hand, Isaac Newton defined a number of significant ideas including that of time. Even though he understood that clocks were imperfect and measuring time was subjected to human fault, he believed that absolute time was comparable to a worldwide, supreme God-like time, one similar to everyone, in all places. people would experience […]

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Plato St Thomas Descartes

The aim of this paper is to critically differentiate between the concepts of human person by Plato, St. Thomas and Rene Descartes. Plato believed that human person is basically a soul because it’s the most strongest of all and remains immortal. This clearly creates the relationship of mind and body to be of significance of […]

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All these family excursions were great, but I had always wanted to visit California – Hollywood, Rodeo Drive, San Francisco…Alcatraz! I just don’t know that I was ready to completely move there. When I began at the school I struggled to meet new people and find my way within the school structure. I was convinced […]

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