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In arguing for the universality of existentialist principles, Sartre says, “Whe

In arguing for the universality of existentialist principles, Sartre says, “When we say that man chooses himself, we do mean that every one of us must choose himself; but by that we also mean that in choosing for himself he chooses for all men…” What is his rationale for this claim?a.Anyone who is in a position to choose the purpose and significance of his or her own life will be in a position of sufficient power and authority in society…

Part 1Ethics and Moral Philosophy Forum must be 250+ words in length(1) Jeremy

Part 1Ethics and Moral Philosophy Forum must be 250+ words in length(1) Jeremy Bentham argued that when we think about whether someone/something ought to count morally that ” The question is not, Can they reason? nor, Can they talk? but,Can they suffer?” a.) Why would it make sense for a utilitarian like Bentham to make such a statement? b.) Do you think that he’s right about the ability to suffer as what we ought to look at when we’re thinking about whether someone/something…

I need a CRITICAL book review of “Guns, Steel, and Germs” by Jared Diamond. Cri

I need a CRITICAL book review of “Guns, Steel, and Germs” by Jared Diamond. Critically analyze this book!! I need smooth-flowing commentary NOT a summary of the book. If you haven’t read the book, you may use peer-reviewed book reviews. If any of the requirements below are not fulfilled, I will rate you VERY badly along with very NEGATIVE comments. Please follow these requirements as if your life depends on it. Requirements:- 1000 words maximum – NOT plagiarized (a friend of mine handed a book review from this…

What is the conclusion of Olbermann’s argument? Cite three reasons (premises) t

What is the conclusion of Olbermann’s argument? Cite three reasons (premises) that he offers for his conclusion. What is the conclusion of Condell’s argument? Cite three reasons (premises) that he offers for his conclusion. According to the criteria for rational acceptability identified in our text (see pages 25-27), who has the stronger argument? Condell or Olbermann? What makes it stronger? How might either presenter have improved his argument? Finally, if you could arbitrate between these two gentlemen, what would you…

Which of the following statements distinguishes Hegel’s absolute idealism from

Which of the following statements distinguishes Hegel’s absolute idealism from Kant’s transcendental idealism?a. Kant’s transcendental idealism is subjective, and so he differed from Hegel in thinking that objective reality exists only in human minds. b. Unlike Kant, Hegel took the unity of thought found in judgment to be essential to understanding the unity of subject and predicate in facts. c. Kant identified thought with reality, while Hegel held that the absolute was unthinkable. d. Hegel held that reality was the…

Topic: Should hospital emergency departments be used to treat mental health pat

Topic: Should hospital emergency departments be used to treat mental health patients?Claim: Please make the claim in support of utilizing the emergency department in mental health crisis situations.Assignment Guidelines:This is a Philosophy/ Critical Reasoning Assignment.In a brief thesis paragraph, state the claim you will be making in your paper.Provide an outline for your paper including at least 3 main points that you will use to support your claim. The claim you are making in (2) is your conclusion Write the supporting…

This assignment gives you the opportunity to explore ethical perspectives in fi

This assignment gives you the opportunity to explore ethical perspectives in film. In 500-600 words, please consider the three primary ethical schools we have explored in the class: virtue ethics, teleological, and deontological ethics. Choose a film, and then identify the primary school of thought that is best reflected in the film. This activity aligns with module outcomes 1, 3 and 5.Content Requirements:Writing Requirements: This course uses the American Psychological Association (APA) format for scholarly writing.  References and citations must adhere to the…

It will need to be broken up in 6 parts. Such as:Case:Tearoom TradeLaud Humphr

It will need to be broken up in 6 parts. Such as:Case:Tearoom TradeLaud Humphreys did a pioneering study of impersonal homosexual activity, carried out as dissertation research from 1965-1968…Humphreys’ topic was the sexual behavior and social position of men who frequent public restrooms in search of quick and anonymous sexual encounters…His results suggested that, far from being the deviant and potentially dangerous social types commonly imagined, his subjects led conventional and routine public lives (surprinsingly). Most turned out to be…

According to Feyerabend, scientific progress often does not occur via one theor

According to Feyerabend, scientific progress often does not occur via one theory, T2, making improvements or modifications to another theory, T1, in such a way that all of the material from T1 can be explanatorily reduced to T2 material. This model of scientific progress that Feyerabend is arguing against is known model of progress via intertheoretic reduction. The reason scientific progress often does not occur via intertheoretic reduction is that were progress to occur via intertheoretic reduction, new theories would need to…

1. Leo Tolstoy says that when he started to study the meaning of life he found

1. Leo Tolstoy says that when he started to study the meaning of life he found that “force was force, matter was matter, will was will, infinity was infinity, nothing was nothing, —and nothing else could come from it.” What did he mean by this? Explain the context and the significance of this sentence. 2. Sherry Turkle and Carr analyze and question the different ways in which the personal computer and our mobile computing devices are influencing and changing our…