Develop a draft of the plan Paul would have done if he had stayed. The plan is a means to identify, on a general level, the options for management to consider and for Paul to pursue further. Assume there is not sufficient time to assemble specific costs for the various options, but take into consideration what you have learned from the text about general costs and savings. The plan should include: – Changes to be made to current systems, processes, policies, and activities based on survey results, with your rationale for these changes – Prioritize the changes in order of least to most expensive – It is acceptable to make assumptions and/or add details that have not been provided
What is the dialogue’s opening question? What themes are announced by this opening? 2. Why would the question of how Socrates “met his end” be of particular interest? 3. What is Phaedo’s “absurd feeling” (atopon pathos) in being present at Socrates’ death? 4. What is Socrates’ recurring dream? How does he interpret it? 5. What is Socrates’ argument against suicide? How does Cebes relate this argument to philosophers and Socrates’ claim that “philosophers would be ready and willing to die”? 6. Why does Socrates claim that the philosopher will not make a fuss about death? 7. How do they come to the conclusion that “those who philosophize rightly make dying their care”? In this regard, what distinguishes the philosopher as the lover of wisdom from those who make a fuss about death?