The Proletariat vs. Bourgeoisie,
The Elites vs. Common Man,
The Republican vs. Democrat,
The Haves vs. Have-Nots,
The Rich vs. Poor,
ARGUMENT — The basis of most political thought.
And Plato is the foundation of all modern social-organization theory.
Remember: do research, and let your argument grow from what you find.
MLA format, Size-12 Times New Roman, Double-space. Answer using chunk style (claim/support/commentary – 1st week). Between 1,000 and 2,500 words Cut and paste into Answer area
You must use at least:1) two quotes from or about a philosopher, and 2) should have at least two quotes from at least an additional source (secondary source) on the subject.***************
Then do the following.
1) Briefly summarize the key points in the article, and explain why this topic is morally important. (Limit to 1 page)
2) Critique the moral point(s) in the article, using one of the major moral theories covered at the beginning of the semester. These are Utilitarianism, Kantian/Deontological theory, and Virtue Ethics. Include your own independent moral assessment and judgment (i.e. your well defended opinion) in this second part. (1 to 2 pages)
3) Include a full bibliographic reference for the article. Format the critique according to either MLA, APA, or Chicago Style guidelines. Submit the assignment on Blackboard.
For each line in your argument, note whether it is a premise or a conclusion. If it is a conclusion, indicate which premises it follows from.
Give a brief defense of each premise. You should aim for your defense for each premise to be a paragraph of text in length.
Have a brief concluding paragraph where you consider which premise an opponent of this argument would try to deny.
5 spacing, 1-2 pages
ColdCarry is a Logistics and Transport company specialized in storing and transferring frozen items. The company recently purchased 50 ice-lined refrigerators (ILR) designed for safe storage of vaccines, pharmaceutical products, blood bags, et al., at the required temperature approved by the World Health Organization. The demand for this item is exceptionally high in Covid-19 pandemic prevention services, and all delivery workers are extremely busy. The company needed to hire additional workers to help with the delivery services.
The new workers are not used to a hectic schedule and often make mistakes in performing their tasks. One of the new workers suspected that he inadvertently turned off the car engine while refueling on the highway, causing a power failure to the ILR installed on the supply van. In such a situation, someone must turn on the power switch manually within 3 hours. However, when he discovered the blunder after arrival at the destination, he could not remember precisely when he refueled the vehicle. It could have happened three to three and a half hours earlier. He firmly believed that his carelessness would only cause a minor effect on the vaccines.
However, he immediately called his supervisor, one of the company’s directors, to inform the incident. The supervisors said, ‘three thousand people will be vaccinated tomorrow in that red zone; now we have very little time to replace the vaccines’ and hung up the phone.
– Identify the area of law based on the scenario given
– Give the example of a similar case(s).
This is a comprehensive overview of the criminal mind. To gain the most from this assignment, you are encouraged to watch the video in its entirety before you begin working on the assignment.
Select two of the following video segments:
Introduction: Why They Kill
To Fully Appreciate the Outcome, One Must Experience the Process
Did You Hear That?
Stage 1: Brutalization
Stage 2: Belligerency
Stage 3: Violent Performances
Stage 4: Virulency
Consider the following theories as they relate to the video segments you selected:
Social structure theories view societal, financial, and social arrangements or structures as the primary cause of deviant and criminal behaviors.
Social process theories view deviant and criminal behaviors as evolving mechanisms learned through societal interaction.
Social development theories view deviant and criminal behaviors as part of a maturational process.
Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you:
Summarize the subject or content of each video segment chosen.
Identify what major principles of sociological theory are addressed in the video.
Explain how each of the video segments you selected aligns with the three theories outlined above.
Explain what social issues are raised in the video based on the three theories.
Explain the role of sociological theories on crime causation on policy implementation.
Format your paper according to APA guidelines. Please use link below.
g., I shall argue that Plato’s argument is … because …). Your thesis should almost always be the last sentence of your introductory paragraph.
A short, charitable reconstruction of the argument as presented by the philosopher whose position you rely on (you may, but need not, use standard premise / conclusion form).
An brief explanation, in your own words, of the position that you’re describing (such as the Categorical Imperative, Justice as Fairness, etc.)
An original argument, in which you make the case that answers the question, based on the philosophical position under investigation.
A suitable concluding paragraph.
Make reference to, and discuss meaningfully, at least two of the philosophers that we’ve read so far in the course.
At least two sources, and no internet sources as internet sources. Except for class notes, unless a source is also printed in a physical form (e.g., book or journal) it is not an appropriate source, so you should not read it for class, and you should never cite it in an essay. (Read that sentence again to be sure you understand it).
No direct quotations. It is never necessary to directly quote any author. When it is important to rely on someone else’s ideas, simply explain the position which he/she is defending. It is, however, necessary to cite all authors whose ideas you reference. Thus, if you begin a sentence with, e.g., “According to Plato…”, you should end that sentence with a citation. Essays that include “direct quotations” will not receive a grade higher than a D. (Read that sentence again, too, to be sure you understand it).
A clear and complete bibliography
The item may be print or video—for example, an article from the current edition of a newspaper or magazine, a segment from a news or talk show, a YouTube video, vlog, or any program that features current affairs.
Items cannot be more than 90 days old.
Your ability to identify arguments made about relevant issues in our world today
How well you identify class concepts. Accuracy and a clear explanation are required
Your use of terminology from the textbook/class lectures
Your ability to showcase your critical thinking skills
Present a brief report of your research on both sides of the issue. This should include the following:
Citation of your sources
Links to the sources where available
Brief description of the content of each of the sources (50 to 80 words for each source)
Your research review should address at least three (3) aspects of the issue that is the subject of your paper and must present at least one pro and one con article review on each aspect. Sources should be scholarly or of very high substantive quality.
Click on the following link to view an example. The first aspect is written out completely, with APA citation and brief description of content. The next two aspects should be completely written out by you in your report, including correct APA citation and brief description of content.
I HAVE ALSO ATTACHED MY FIRST ASSIGNMENT FOR THIS PROJECT WHICH WILL TELL YOU WHAT TOPIC I CHOSE.
Writing Requirements (APA format)
Length: 1-2 pages (not including title page)
12-point Times New Roman font
Then choose ONE of the questions below to answer. Answer the question you chose in a response that is a minimum of 1-2 paragraphs.
Be sure to explain your answers and give reasons for your views. You should cite the textbook and use brief quotations and summaries from the textbook in your response. Do NOT use any other sources besides the textbook.
When you talk about the meaning of life, which sense of the term do you use– external meaning or internal meaning?
What bearing, if any, does the ephemeral nature of our existence have on the question of whether life has meaning? Does the fact that we die negate the possibility of meaning in life?
Is Schopenhauer right about the meaninglessness of life? Does the wretchedness of our existence show that life has no meaning?
To combat this problem, clinical bioethicists emphasize the important of the physician-patient relationship, arguing that a focus on respect, clear communication, and shared decision-making are ways to promote epistemic justice for patients.
Step 1: Your Initial Post – Describe an encounter between a patient and a health care provider in which you believe epistemic injustice occurred. Many of you probably have a story of your own, or from someone you know, but there are plenty of cases that made the news, as well. Identify what aspects of the encounter were epistemically unjust. Be as clear and detailed in your moral reasoning as you can.