. 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?
1. 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?
How does money and race play a role in the court of law and when being arrested?Is it fair?
1) Find an article: Find an article that was published in the Journal of Nutrition within the past 10 years on a topic of your choice. This can be done a number of ways. You can search through the Journal’s website (https://academic.oup.com/jn), or you can search through PubMed being sure to limit your search to the Journal of Nutrition (JN) (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?otool=casusblib). Once you find the article of interest 2) Write a summary on the article: Write a paper summarizing the journal article in your own words. Organize your summary around answering the following questions: a. What was the research aim? b. How was the research aim addressed? (ie, describe study approach and methods) c. What were the main study results? d. What are the policy/program/”real world” implications of these findings?
Write a letter to a customer or potential client about a potential opportunity or strategic idea.Organize your thoughts in a cohesive manner with strong organization and grammar (including utilizing paragraphs, proper spelling and grammar).
Explain how technological innovation and implementation has had influences on the globalization of the economy and “flattening” of the world. In addition to addressing the topic above, in the paper, be sure to address the following: • How have consumers’ global citizens’ actions influenced globalization and been influenced by globalization? • How have countries’ actions influenced globalization? • Describe how the world is interconnected. • Use data, and analyze it, to reach sensible conclusions that support your themes/claims about globalization. (A good example of this is seen in the Childress manufacturing article.) Use Friedman’s book as one of your references, but also use three additional references.
How can cognitive therapy be used to treat anxious disorders and panic attacks?
Read then write a summary of the article that is between 400-450 words. After locating a peer reviewed journal article reporting a research study, answer the following questions. 1.What type of research is used in the article? Remember that the 3 main forms of research are qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods. 2.What was the research question or hypothesis? 3.What results were found? (1 Points) 4.What are the implications of the results for human services? That is, what kinds of services or policies should agencies provide, based on this article?(1 Points) 5.What is your opinion of this article? E.g. does it support or contradict your beliefs, what you learned in the text etc.? 1.Analyze the role of poverty in the current state of child welfare services. 2. Propose specific ways in which we, as a culture, can elevate children’s status in American society.
Imagine that a potential employer asks you to define your management style or your management philosophy. Throughout Management Theory we have learned about multiple aspects of managers’ roles within an organization. Managers are planners, motivators, and analysts in companies across the world. You have demonstrated content knowledge in quizzes and you’ve applied the theories we’ve discussed to real-world case studies. Now it’s time to use what you’ve learned to plan for your future as a manager. This paper should include 3 sections as described below: Management Philosophy: The purpose of this section is to argue a position about what good management is and what good managers do. Use your Management Mission Statement in this section to communicate that argument. In your argument, be sure to reference theories about management (chapters 1-3 in our book) and feel free to discuss your experience working as or for a manager and how those workplace experiences helped you form your personal management philosophy. Self-SWOT: The purpose of this section is to evaluate your own strengths based upon the characteristics of a good manager you explained in the Management Philosophy section. This self-SWOT should ask the following questions: Everyone should be able to identify weaknesses and threats in their own management style, so be honest. Management Action Plan: The purpose of this section is to show how you will grow from where you are today into the type of manager you described in Part 1: Management Philosophy through an Action Plan. What are some specific activities and/or experiences that will help you develop weaker areas and maximize areas of strength before you complete the BAS program? Who are some mentors you can identify who will help you develop? How will you use the control process and incorporate feedback data to continually improve your management technique as you grow throughout the next few semesters? Develop at least three action points in your Management Action Plan.
Create your own “dilemma” based on the controversial topic you chose in Week 3. Summarize the dilemma. Identify the key points of the dilemma. Define the key terms associated with the dilemma. Analyze the conflicts or controversies involved in the dilemma. Provide an original point of view relative to the dilemma and the issue it signals. Apply Kant’s Categorical Imperative to the dilemma. Apply one other method you have encountered in lecture material and the readings. State which of the two methods you selected you prefer and why.