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Nietzsche's Philosophy of Nobility Term Paper

… Singer feels that we should give a definite percentage of our wealth to charity. Do you agree or disagree. Why?

Think of the three-dollar latte you had with your lunch. Instead of spending money on your own personal pleasure, you could have used that money to send a contribution to UNICEF and feed the hungry stomach of a starving child, perhaps save that child's life. The ethical philosopher Peter Singer has suggested that all human beings approach their daily lives and decision-making in such a fashion. He suggests, as a remedy to the affluence of American society, that all individuals give part of their daily income to charity.

Singer's ideas are important in that, when one questions one's daily pleasures in such a rigorous fashion,…. [read more]

Gender Communications the Research Question Term Paper

… Carter, two gentlemen sitting at the opposite end of the bar attempted to flirt with two females at the opposite end of the bar by offering eye contact and smiles. The women however, only responded when they realized the men pulled out large wads of cash. The women continued to offer non-verbal cues such as dancing in front of men to try to attract other men who might offer something in return, in this case a free drink or two.


This study was limited in many ways. The results in the study may not be indicative of the patterns of the population at large simply because the sample population was very small. The observations were taken at only two locations, where the concentration of…. [read more]

Jesus as Healer in First Term Paper

… This is exemplified in the miracle that he worked when Simon was putting his nets away after having no catch in spite of waiting a long time.

Jesus asked Simon to lower his nets again into the water, and Simon responded saying, "Master, we have toiled all the night, and have taken nothing." (Luke 5: 5) However, Simon proved that he had faith by obeying Jesus and "let down the net." (Luke 5: 5) Almost immediately "they inclosed a great multitude of fishes...And they beckoned unto their partners, which were in the other ship, that they should come and help them. And they came, and filled both the ships, so that they began to sink." (Luke 5: 5-7)

On one hand, the earlier prophets in…. [read more]

Political Science Annotated Bibliography Term Paper

… ..encourage attention to sister state rulings." This, Latzer calls, "Horizontal federalism," which infers that there is a state-to-state "state law movement"; and no conservative elements in states oppose state constitutional rulings - "so long as they favor the state."

Harry P. Stumpf & John H. Culver - The Politics of State Courts

In their book, Stumpf and Culver grab a reader's attention by offering some interesting statistics about the public and the courts (Stumpf and Culver 1992, 2); for example, 54% of Americans in a poll knew who "Judge Wapner" was, but only 9% of those surveyed "could identify William Rehnquist" as the Supreme Court's chief justice; and of the 98 million cases filed in court in the U.S. In 1988, "99.7% were filed in…. [read more]

Attitudes and Values of High Term Paper

… They were participating in classroom discussions, going back over work they could not grasp, taking time to figure out schoolwork, and submitting homework on time. Moreover, most of these students are aware of entrance requirements for various colleges; they attended college presentations at their high schools. It was further learned that Hispanic immigrant students typically enrolled in lower level and basic math courses compared with European-American students who may be said to show greater discernment a propos the significance of mathematics.

As mentioned before, the results of studies sometimes throw skewed or contradictory light upon the topic in question. A survey prepared by Public Agenda, for instance, showed that higher education is seen as the means to the American dream by the American public; and…. [read more]

Judaism and Christianity Term Paper

… Christians believe in divine intervention and miraculous healing as an integral part of their faith. The New Testament and the various gospels are replete with innumerable miraculous episodes of Jesus.

God and his attributes

Judaism and Christianity are both religions of Abrahamic origin. Judaism can be rightly attributed as the mother of Christianity. They both accept the 'Old Testament' even as Christians subscribe to the 'New Testament'. Christianity, which evolved from Judaism, as an independent religion is entirely based on the teachings of Jesus. Many Jews consider Jesus as a reformative Prophet, rather than as a radical individual, who disagreed with many of the accepted doctrines of Judaism. The fundamental difference between Judaism and Christianity is their basic understanding of the attributes of God. While…. [read more]

Gulf War I ) Term Paper

… These are the general reasons that justify U.S. aggression towards Iraq; however, the primary reason why U.S. is still focusing on Iraq is that it is still suspected of harboring different kinds of weapons of mass destruction. Iraq is most feared by other nations because of its capability to produce weapons for war purposes, and these includes state-of-the-art war weapons, such as biological, chemical, and nuclear weapons. What makes the Iraqi government threatening is that for four years, Iraq had been free from any UN sanctions against the production of these deadly weapons, and in the span of four years, it is possible that the Iraqi government was able to produce numerous weapons that are harmful and deadly when used at war. The possibility of…. [read more]

Daniel Quinn's Vision of History Term Paper

… And his methodical (although somewhat repetitive) question and answer approach draws forth the realization that Mother Culture really has been speaking quietly in our ears since birth. Readers seem to respond to this realization as if they experienced a revelation of some sort. Take the reaction of Jim Saveland who reviewed Ishmael back in 1995. The book was recommended to him and was compared to other similar books. He writes: "Yet, to compare Ishmael to any other book does not do it justice... While I was reading the last several pages, I could not contain my enthusiasm."

This "enthusiasm" can also be found on the web site. There are numerous questions from readers who are so impressed by the story that they ask what…. [read more]

Storytelling Review of Literature Term Paper

… This conclusion, however, is countered studies. These include research done outside the purview of feminism. Psychologist Richard Meth (1990), for instance, writes as young as three or four years old are able to select toys and games that are considered masculine. In contrast, girls the same age had a less rigid sense of what was considered appropriate masculine and feminine behavior.

However, it should be noted that the power of these myths and fairy tales to communicate cultural norms is also mitigated by the storyteller's motives. In their study differences among storytellers, Monisha Pasupathi, Laura Carstensen and Risha M. Henry (2002) found that age and ethnicity are associated with individuals' motivations for emotional regulation and social interaction. Furthermore, these age and ethnicity-related motives would be…. [read more]

Public Address the Ceo Term Paper

… The body of Mr. Seidenberg's lecture was aimed at discussing the potential of the next generation of technology to create growth and how the services of Verizon Communications could be most profitably delivered to potential and current customers. He also stressed that his vision of the industry must be based on a specific paradigm, one centered around competition, investment and innovation in order to expand the market and benefit everyone involved.

By far, Mr. Seidenberg's closing comments illustrated his talent for providing a very powerful lecture. He obviously put a great amount of time and thought into what he was going to say at the conclusion of his speech, for it was very motivationally directed, challenging and well developed. It also strongly influenced the audience,…. [read more]

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