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a) Does Socrates “apologize” for his actions? Why or why not? What does he mean when he claims that he has provided the “greatest benefit” to the city of Athens? How does he distance himself from the sophists? What does his testimony reveal about his beliefs in the importance of philosophy?

a) Does Socrates “apologize” for his actions? Why or why not? What does he mean when he claims that he has provided the “greatest benefit” to the city of Athens? How does he distance himself from the sophists? What does his testimony reveal about his beliefs in the importance of philosophy?

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How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhaust

How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhausted natural options, they should look at supernatural options. Do you think that virtue is simply a gift of the gods?Directions!You’re supposed to be assertive and even a bit argumentative. I’m not going to […]

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How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhaust

How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhausted natural options, they should look at supernatural options. Do you think that virtue is simply a gift of the gods?Directions!You’re supposed to be assertive and even a bit argumentative. I’m not going to […]

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a) What are some of the key points between Socrates and Meno? (b) What is the purpose of Socrates’ discussion with Anytus? (c) What’s the closest Socrates and Meno get to a conclusion? Please write 2

a) What are some of the key points between Socrates and Meno?(b) What is the purpose of Socrates’ discussion with Anytus?(c) What’s the closest Socrates and Meno get to a conclusion?Please write 250 words minimum answering the three parts. Please do not plagiarize.

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Do squares exist? This sounds like a ridiculous question, but Plato (author of our text) is very, very interested. Let’s start with a definition. What is a square? It’s a two-dimensional geometrical

Do squares exist?This sounds like a ridiculous question, but Plato (author of our text) is very, very interested. Let’s start with a definition. What is a square? It’sa two-dimensional geometrical figure of four lines that make four equal straight sides and four right angles. Right?Now we know the world is made of particles/atoms and their parts. Are those parts two dimensional? Do they ever form […]

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Synthesis is the act of creating something new from multiple existing entities. Synthesis of research, then, is creating a new idea from existing ideas. This assignment is designed to help you identif

Synthesis is the act of creating something new from multiple existing entities. Synthesis of research, then, is creating a new idea from existing ideas. This assignment is designed to help you identify how themes can emerge from reading literature and how you can synthesize this information in a way that creates new knowledge. You will use your understandings of the course readings encountered to date […]

External link to How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhaust

How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhaust

How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhausted natural options, they should look at supernatural options. Do you think that virtue is simply a gift of the gods?Directions!You’re supposed to be assertive and even a bit argumentative. I’m not going to […]

External link to How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhaust

How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhaust

How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhausted natural options, they should look at supernatural options. Do you think that virtue is simply a gift of the gods?Directions!You’re supposed to be assertive and even a bit argumentative. I’m not going to […]

External link to How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhaust

How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhaust

How does someone become virtuous? Socrates thinks there are issues if we think that virtue comes by good parenting, by bloodlines, by knowledge, or anything else. He concludes that, since they exhausted natural options, they should look at supernatural options. Do you think that virtue is simply a gift of the gods?Directions!You’re supposed to be assertive and even a bit argumentative. I’m not going to […]

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Imagine if we eliminated the notion of free will when it comes to our justice system. Present an argument that justice works better if we seek to help and fix people rather than just punish wrongdoe

Imagine if we eliminated the notion of free will when it comes to our justice system. Present an argument that justice works better if we seek to help and fix people rather than just punish wrongdoers.

External link to Imagine if we eliminated the notion of free will when it comes to our justice system. Present an argument that justice works better if we seek to help and fix people rather than just punish wrongdoe

Imagine if we eliminated the notion of free will when it comes to our justice system. Present an argument that justice works better if we seek to help and fix people rather than just punish wrongdoe

Imagine if we eliminated the notion of free will when it comes to our justice system. Present an argument that justice works better if we seek to help and fix people rather than just punish wrongdoers.

External link to Doctoral learners will undergo a shift in mindset from their past learning and professional experiences as they become independent researchers who can discuss and defend their research topics consiste

Doctoral learners will undergo a shift in mindset from their past learning and professional experiences as they become independent researchers who can discuss and defend their research topics consiste

Doctoral learners will undergo a shift in mindset from their past learning and professional experiences as they become independent researchers who can discuss and defend their research topics consistent with the academic peer review process. In this assignment, you will begin to express your identity as a doctoral learner and researcher by developing a professional biography that will be modified as needed in the future […]

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Topic: Do Transgender Athletes Have an Unfair Advantage Transgender persons are people whose gender identity, their intrinsic understanding of their gender is not the same as the sex they were assigne

Topic: Do Transgender Athletes Have an Unfair AdvantageTransgender persons are people whose gender identity, their intrinsic understanding of their gender is not the same as the sex they were assigned at birth (Baker, 2017). The participation of transgender women in elite sports has sparked debate over the years mainly with regards to fairness. This is mainly because transgender females are viewed as having a biological […]

External link to I have attached 5 files pick the one that interested you and follow the direction below. I. 3 QUOTES Pull out 3 quotes from the above sources that you found especially interesting or that you want t

I have attached 5 files pick the one that interested you and follow the direction below. I. 3 QUOTES Pull out 3 quotes from the above sources that you found especially interesting or that you want t

I have attached 5 files pick the one that interested you and follow the direction below.I. 3 QUOTESPull out3 quotesfrom the above sources that you found especially interesting or that you want to reflect on in this assignment.Be sure to indicatewhich sourceeach quote is from and provide either aminute-markfor video quotes orpage number(s)for readings.II. REFLECTIONSWRITEat least 500-750 words (There is a word counter in the […]

External link to Hi, this is my philosophy course assignment in which you have to write an Argument Reconstruction paper. In order to write this critical thinking Argument Reconstruction paper, you have to follow some

Hi, this is my philosophy course assignment in which you have to write an Argument Reconstruction paper. In order to write this critical thinking Argument Reconstruction paper, you have to follow some

Hi, this is my philosophy course assignment in which you have to write an Argument Reconstruction paper.In order to write this critical thinking Argument Reconstruction paper, you have to follow some steps which you will see in the attached documents.So, I am attaching 3 documents, please review all the documents to know about the assignment clearly :1- the first document is an assignment question ( […]

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There is article attached. When answering make it short and simple. 1. Choose an experience from your life. Analyze this experience using the three-tiered model. 2. (a) Name some of your heal

There is article attached. When answering make it short and simple.1.Choose an experience from your life. Analyze this experience using the three-tiered model.2.(a)Name some of your healthy coping mechanisms.(b)What can you do to strengthen these?3.(a)What type of resistance are you most likely to use when one of your cherished worldviews is challenged?(b)Illustrate your answer with a specific example of a time you used this type […]

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Write a response paper to one of the articles read during the semester which mine is The Green Kant: Kant’s Treatment of Animals. You must raise a substantial criticism of the author’s thesis. You sho

Write a response paper to one of the articles read during the semester which mine is The Green Kant: Kant’s Treatment of Animals. You must raise a substantial criticism of the author’s thesis. You should also try to anticipate what the author will say in response to you argument.The word requirement is 750-1250 words. Lastly use evidence from the text.

External link to Create an 8-10 slide power point focused on: Chose some ethical issue you feel is important (abortion, gun control, climate change, eating meat, anything that can be considered a moral matter Present

Create an 8-10 slide power point focused on: Chose some ethical issue you feel is important (abortion, gun control, climate change, eating meat, anything that can be considered a moral matter Present

Create an 8-10 slide power point focused on:Chose some ethical issue you feel is important (abortion, gun control, climate change, eating meat, anything that can be considered a moral matterPresent research on the situation being sure toclearly discuss both sides, as much as possible. Some conundrums will have much more weight on one side than the other such as climate change.Reiterate the primary theories contained […]

External link to EVALUATION 20 points total +2 – Topic description 1st Solution +3 – Description of Solution +3 – Justifying reasons provided (includes at least 1 factual claim + at least 1 moral principle) +1 – Obje

EVALUATION 20 points total +2 – Topic description 1st Solution +3 – Description of Solution +3 – Justifying reasons provided (includes at least 1 factual claim + at least 1 moral principle) +1 – Obje

EVALUATION20 points total+2 – Topic description1st Solution+3 – Description of Solution+3 – Justifying reasons provided (includes at least 1 factual claim + at least 1 moral principle)+1 – Objection raised to this solution+1 – Response provided to the objection2nd Solution+3 – Description of Solution+3 – Justifying reasons provided (includes at least 1 factual claim + at least 1 moral principle)+1 – Objection raised to this […]

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EVALUATION 20 points total +2 – Topic description 1st Solution +3 – Description of Solution +3 – Justifying reasons provided (includes at least 1 factual claim + at least 1 moral principle) +1 – Obje

EVALUATION20 points total+2 – Topic description1st Solution+3 – Description of Solution+3 – Justifying reasons provided (includes at least 1 factual claim + at least 1 moral principle)+1 – Objection raised to this solution+1 – Response provided to the objection2nd Solution+3 – Description of Solution+3 – Justifying reasons provided (includes at least 1 factual claim + at least 1 moral principle)+1 – Objection raised to this […]

External link to Make the answers clear and understandable. Part 1: UDHR / Universal Declaration of Human Rights (6 questions) 1.THE STEPS- The seven paragraphs of the PREAMBLE, setting out the reasons for the UDHR,

Make the answers clear and understandable. Part 1: UDHR / Universal Declaration of Human Rights (6 questions) 1.THE STEPS- The seven paragraphs of the PREAMBLE, setting out the reasons for the UDHR,

Make the answers clear and understandable.Part 1: UDHR / Universal Declaration of Human Rights (6 questions)1.THE STEPS- The seven paragraphs of the PREAMBLE, setting out thereasons for the UDHR, represent the steps. How can these 7 paragraphs be seen as the STEPS leading up to the UDHR?2.FOUNDATION BLOCKS- Articles 1 and 2 are theunderlying moral assumptions about humans,with their principles of dignity, liberty, equality, and […]

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During any pandemic featuring a virus that is spread through the respiratory system, people are encouraged to wear masks as doing so helps not only the wearer but the people around that person if he o

During any pandemic featuring a virus that is spread through the respiratory system, people are encouraged to wear masks as doing so helps not only the wearer but the people around that person if he or she happens to be infected unaware. Using the fundamentals of utilitarianism, argue either that people who refuse to wear the masks (for other than medical reasons) should be fined […]

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I have attached a 2 files. Answer the question based on the articles. Make it short and sweat. 1. WRITE at least a substantial paragraph or two for both HARDIN & SINGER that includes The main

I have attached a 2 files. Answer the question based on the articles. Make it short and sweat.1.WRITEat least a substantial paragraph or two forboth HARDIN & SINGERthat includes The main position of each author.The main reasons for describing this position as utilitarian.The facts & concepts each uses to justify his position.Be sure to label your work on each author with his name.2.Since they are […]

External link to Hi, this is my philosophy course assignment in which you have to write an Argument Reconstruction paper of 800 to 1000 words. In this assignment, you have to reconstruct the argument into the standard

Hi, this is my philosophy course assignment in which you have to write an Argument Reconstruction paper of 800 to 1000 words. In this assignment, you have to reconstruct the argument into the standard

Hi, this is my philosophy course assignment in which you have to write an Argument Reconstruction paper of 800 to 1000 words.In this assignment, you have to reconstruct the argument into the standard form: make sure your reconstruction is in your own words and valid, and then you have to defend each premise and conclusion.In order to write this critical thinking Argument Reconstruction paper, you […]

External link to Do some research into Rands rational egoism and then either defend her theory as a reasonable way to make moral judgments or argue that her way of thinking about morality is untenable. Pick a situati

Do some research into Rands rational egoism and then either defend her theory as a reasonable way to make moral judgments or argue that her way of thinking about morality is untenable. Pick a situati

Do some research into Rands rational egoism and then either defend her theory as a reasonable way to make moral judgments or argue that her way of thinking about morality is untenable.Pick a situation like charity, community service or government assistance (Welfare) and, after providing what you feel would be her attituded toward the action, discuss if you feel she is morally right.

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I have attached 3 files one of them have short videos to watch. make the answers and respond form the files and video. INSTRUCTIONS: Respond to all 4 sections below (including their subparts) #1 UTIL

I have attached 3 files one of them have short videos to watch. make the answers and respond form the files and video.INSTRUCTIONS:Respond to all 4 sections below(including their subparts)#1 UTILITARIANISM / GREATEST GOODJudith Boss Moral Theory Summary(pp. 3-4)Utilitarianism claims that our moral decisions should always be designed to promote the greatest good for all affected by the potential action. The goal of morality is […]

External link to At least 250 words. Please pick one of the following questions to answer for the forum this week: Discuss and evaluate the reasons Socrates gives for not escaping jail even though he had ample opportu

At least 250 words. Please pick one of the following questions to answer for the forum this week: Discuss and evaluate the reasons Socrates gives for not escaping jail even though he had ample opportu

At least 250 words.Please pick one of the following questions to answer for the forum this week:Discuss and evaluate the reasons Socrates gives for not escaping jail even though he had ample opportunity to do so. What is the nature of the “social contract” here that Socrates is following?How could it be said that the Social Contract Theory produces an orderly society without needing to […]

External link to Topic Chices: Do Transgender Athletes Have an Unfair Advantage In our course PROJECT, youll explore a contemporary moral problem of your choice. Your research should yield a greater understanding of

Topic Chices: Do Transgender Athletes Have an Unfair Advantage In our course PROJECT, youll explore a contemporary moral problem of your choice. Your research should yield a greater understanding of

Topic Choice: Do Transgender Athletes Have an Unfair AdvantageIn our course PROJECT, youll explore a contemporary moral problem of your choice. Your research should yield a greater understanding of the history, causes, conditions of your specific topic. You also will explore possible solutions.Make the writing sweat and short. It might look a lot but it is not.1.Formulate the Problema.State & explain your topic.b.Explain the main […]

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I have attached 2 files. chose 6 quotes from each write it down below then write 500 words answer the 2 question below. QUOTES Pull out 3 quotes that you found interesting from each of the followin

I have attached 2 files. chose 6 quotes from each write it down below then write 500 words answer the 2 question below.QUOTESPull out 3 quotes that you found interesting from each of the following articles. Please provide page numbers. Learning Moral Lessons from Stories1.2.3.Moral Issues & Storytelling1.2.3.REFLECTIONSWRITEat least 500-750 words for your responses to the following 2 items combined. (There is a word counter […]

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Make the answers short and sweet the articles are attached. KANT, Indirect Duties to Animals (a) According to Kant, do animals have rights? (b) What capacity do they lack that deprives them of ri

Make the answers short and sweet the articles are attached.KANT, Indirect Duties to Animals(a)According to Kant, do animals have rights? (b)What capacity do they lack that deprives them of rights?According to Kant, why should we be kind to animals?What are your thoughts regarding the Kant reading?SINGER, Practical Ethics: Equality & AnimalsWhat does Singer claim is the essence of his principle of EQUAL CONSIDERATION OF INTEREST?What […]

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