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Each question needs to be answered in short essay format, roughly around 600 words for each question.  1. Overview of Immanuel Kant’s work on moral philosophy. 2. Overview of Aristotle’s work on ethics. 3. Explain in detail the difference between nihilism and moral relativism. Need completed by end of 05/12/21

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PHI 210 Week 7 Assignment – Problem-Solving Essay: Part 1

The assignment is divided into two parts, the selection of a topic (Part 1) and the essay (Part 2) due in Week 9. Instructions Choose one of the problem scenarios listed here as your topic for the assignment, Problem-Solving: Part 2. Write      a brief paragraph with your choice and define the problem in the scenario. Submit      your topic choice to your professor for approval.

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What does McMahan mean when he says that, “Whether torture  can be morally permissible is less significant as a question of individual or personal morality than it is as a question of institutional morality”? What do you think of the notion of “institutional morality”? As always, please respond to the answers of at least two classmates.  Use page 403-413 titled Torture in Principle and in […]

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Descartes introduces the view that mind and body are distinct substances. Explain the view and the reasoning that leads him to it. Is substance dualism a defensible decision in the light of contemporary brain science? Papers should be about 900 words long (no fewer than 800 and no more than 1000). Both the expository and the evaluative parts of the question ought to be answered. […]

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Assignment 1: Week 11 Blog

Refer to the topics covered in this week’s resources and incorporate them into your blog. By Day 3 Post a blog post that includes: An explanation of the completion of your agency learning agreement, including a summary of the results of your evaluation Required Readings Pomeroy, E. C., & Nonaka, A. M. (2011). The art of not knowing. Social Work, 56(4), 293–295. Required Media Laureate Education. […]

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Learn about social entrepreneurship/social impact

Review the materials in the links below. Write a one-page reflection paper answering the following questions: What is the potential for local and global impact that social entrepreneurs can have? What have you learned about social entrepreneurship from these articles that will be beneficial in helping you identify a potential solution for the issue of human trafficking? How Social Entrepreneurship will Change the World Net […]

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Sociology Discussion 2

Discussion 1 Do you think that English should be the official language of the United States? Draw from the course materials on culture, socialization, and deviance and social control, and take into account our core value of community. You need to justify your answer after weighing the pros and cons in a balanced manner and thinking about the positive and negative consequences that this decision […]

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