Sexism can be Dangerous to Society

Sexism can be Dangerous to Society

Does the introduction provide a good overview of the topic:- sexism can be dangerous to society that will be explored? Does it have an interesting hook or lead-in? 2) Does the essay have a creative, interesting title? 3) Is there a clearly stated, precise thesis statement? 4) Does each body paragraph have a topic sentence that clearly states the main idea of the paragraph? 5) Are the ideas in each paragraph clearly organized around the topic sentences? Does the writing flow coherently from one idea to the next? 6) Does the essay use transitions that help the essay flow smoothly (for example, for instance, next, finally…) ? 7)

Sexism can be Dangerous to Society

Does the body of the essay fully discuss the ideas presented in the thesis statement using supporting examples and details? 8) Is there an effective conclusion? 9) Are there recurring errors in grammar, punctuation, or mechanics that disrupt the flow of what the essay is attempting to communicate? 10) Is there at least one research source incorporated into the paper to help make the point? 11) Has the paper avoided plagiarism by using MLA style in-text citations? 12) Does the essay have an MLA Works Cited page? 13) Is the essay composed using the MLA style of formatting (double-spacing throughout, proper heading, indentations for each new paragraph, etc.)? 14) Has the essay been PROOFREAD? Is it neatly organized and presented? 15) Has the paper been looked over by the Academic Support Center at least three times?

Sexism can be Dangerous to Society

 

Does the introduction provide a good overview of the topic:- sexism can be dangerous to society that will be explored? Does it have an interesting hook or lead-in? 2) Does the essay have a creative, interesting title? 3) Is there a clearly stated, precise thesis statement? 4) Does each body paragraph have a topic sentence that clearly states the main idea of the paragraph? 5) Are the ideas in each paragraph clearly organized around the topic sentences? Does the writing flow coherently from one idea to the next? 6) Does the essay use transitions that help the essay flow smoothly (for example, for instance, next, finally…) ? 7)

Sexism can be Dangerous to Society

Does the body of the essay fully discuss the ideas presented in the thesis statement using supporting examples and details? 8) Is there an effective conclusion? 9) Are there recurring errors in grammar, punctuation, or mechanics that disrupt the flow of what the essay is attempting to communicate? 10) Is there at least one research source incorporated into the paper to help make the point? 11) Has the paper avoided plagiarism by using MLA style in-text citations? 12) Does the essay have an MLA Works Cited page? 13) Is the essay composed using the MLA style of formatting (double-spacing throughout, proper heading, indentations for each new paragraph, etc.)? 14) Has the essay been PROOFREAD? Is it neatly organized and presented? 15) Has the paper been looked over by the Academic Support Center at least three times?

Sexism can be Dangerous to Society

PHILOSOPHY

explain socrates’ assertion and give the context in which it appears. How does socrates understand virtue? how does he defend the ideal of a virtuous life?

 

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philosophy

philosophy

1. Describe the importance of the Doctrine of the Mean in relation to virtue ethics. Give two
examples of Aristotle’s application from the text (there are many examples given in Books III &
IV of Nicomachean Ethics). Make-up an example of your own and defend it. Finally, discuss the
real-world use of the Doctrine of the Mean; is it a realistic moral decision making process?

2. Describe Aristotle’s views on slavery. Describe Locke’s views on slavery. Compare and
contrast the two views. Critique Aristotle’s views on slavery from Locke’s position (i.e.,
apply Locke’s argument to Aristotle’s argument).

3. Describe Just War Theory and discuss the legitimacy of the claims made therein. Can the
Doctrine of the Mean be useful in assessing whether war can be virtuous, why or why not?

4. Is the State of Nature the same as the State of War, why or why not; do you believe Locke’s
claims regarding human nature are legitimate?

5. Describe Nozick’s principles of justice in holdings. Do you buy his argument favoring a
historical approach to the distribution of goods? How does Nozick attempt to demonstrate that
economic liberty upsets distribution patterns? Do you think this argument is legitimate? Is
there any distribution pattern which liberty might not be able to upset, why or why not?

Political Philosophy

Political Philosophy
In this essay, you will address the relationship between political theory and political practice in the writing of either Machiavelli (the Prince) or Martin Luther King, Jr. (Letter from Birmingham City Jail). Each writer has an overt statement (or multiple statements) about his guiding ideas, and also shows several ways by which those ideas need to be translated into action. You should provide an argument identifying the most important ideas and the application of them. Be careful not to get distracted by your own opinions or political beliefs (or apparent applications to current-day political struggles). Your task is to clearly and carefully examine those of your chose writer

philosophy

philosophy
1. What would the Goddess say about the abortion issue?

 

“militant wing that identified patriarchal religion as the root of the problem of women subordination” (Stewart 280).

 

“they concluded that biblical religion must be rejected altogether” (Stewart 280).

 

“Now the great Goddess is the predominant image of the Divine” (Stewart 281).

Additional information

pages 275 – 282, 300 – 312
-Rosemary Radford Ruether “the female nature of God”
the book is “Exploring the philosophy of religion” 7th edition by David Stewart

 

Animal Rights

Animal Rights

Directions – Watch the video about a bonobo and read the article about the ape.
Write discussing whether you feel that these animals should receive legal rights to be protected against pain and suffering, such as in experiments, confinement in a cage, made to perform circus acts, or killed and eaten for food. Thoroughly explain your thoughts in ethical terms.

Bonobo Video link: Ape Article link:

Newspaper Article:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/08/14/AR2008081403049.html

Philosophy

Philosophy
Topic: Aquinas’ Cardinal Virtues
1. What aspects of prudence does Aquinas consider as essential? Why?

2. What is prudence as a virtue, according to you?

a) How should we develop prudence in our daily life?

b) Do we recognize a major difference between prudence and political prudence (if any)?

Philosophical Essay

Philosophical Essay

write a two-part 6- 8-page essay using our Library Guide for PHIL101 and our Online Library to answer one of the following questions:

Consider the following philosophical puzzle: “If a tree falls in the forest and there’s no one around to hear it, does it make a sound?” (1) How is this philosophical puzzle an epistemological problem? And (2) how would John Locke answer it?
Evaluate the movie, The Matrix, in terms of the philosophical issues raised with (1) skepticism and (2) the mind-body problem. Explain how the movie raises questions similar to those found in Plato’s and Descartes’ philosophy. Do not give a plot summary of the movie – focus on the philosophical issues raised in the movie as they relate to Plato and Descartes.
Socrates asks Euthyphro, “Are morally good acts willed by God because they are morally good, or are they morally good because they are willed by God?” (1) How does this question relate to the Divine Command Theory of morality? (2) What are the philosophical implications associated with each option here?
Summarize the problem of evil and critically evaluate how it is said to undermine the traditional characteristics of God.
Explain (1) the process by which Descartes uses skepticism to refute skepticism, and (2) what first principle does this lead him to? (3) Explain why this project was important for Descartes to accomplish

Must used at least 4 accredited sources.

Personal Philosophy

Personal Philosophy (Conceptualization) of Nursing

The student writes a personal conceptualization of how the phenomena of
nursing care integrated into the individual’s actual nursing practice from the
perspective of both an advanced functional role and a specialized clinical
focus. The content of the philosophy needs to be comprehensive, and it needs to be organized into a congruent statement of beliefs and relationships that can guide advanced nursing practice. It should be comprehensive, clear, concise, internally consistent, well organized, and congruent with one’s actual practice. A model of the philosophy may be included if this is helpful in articulating beliefs and relationships. A maximum of three pages is recommended.
Each individual nurse’s philosophy of nursing is a dynamic and unique system
of beliefs, attitudes, and values about people, health, and nursing that
evolves with increased knowledge and experience. Because these beliefs are
so personal, the philosophy is accepted as it is stated. However, the
graduate student is expected to enhance a personal philosophy to include at
least the following major components:

• Beliefs about each of the major concepts of the profession (human beings,
their environment, health, and nursing), the relationships of these
concepts to each other, and their impact on nursing practice. These
beliefs may include statements about individual or family life process
from birth to death; about the nature of the client system (individual/family,group/community, organizations); about wellness and illness; about holistic caring; about change, levels of prevention, and health care delivery.

• Beliefs about nursing theory, research, and practice, their relationships
to each other, and their impact on the science of nursing. These beliefs
should include endorsement of a particular school of thought or theorists,
an approach to research, or a scope of practice.

• Beliefs about a specialized clinical focus. These beliefs also should
include a specific clinical group, area, or site, such as neonates,
obstetrics, psychiatric/mental health, home health, gerontology, etc.

• Beliefs about an advanced nurse role practice in nursing and how this role articulates with the recipients of nursing care, other health disciplines, and the community at large. These beliefs should include views on professionalism, scholarship, leadership, professional organizations critical thinking, planned change, teaching/learning, group process, consultation, and collaboration