• Does Russells Argument Successfully Refute External World Skepticism?
    The follow paper deals with the idea of scepticism that we do not have knowledge of our external world. I will discuss this particular version of scepticism called ‘Cartesian Scepticism'. I will then discuss Bertrand Russell's view concerning our knowledge of external objects as posed in "The Exist...
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  • An Argument for Self-Ownership Against the Patterned Redistribution of Wealth.
    An Argument for Self-Ownership Against the Patterned Redistribution of Wealth. By: Enrico de la Torre PHIL*2600 Prof. Freedman Due: Tuesday, February 5, 2008 Robert Nozick argues for a libertarian form of justice in an excerpt of his work called, “Distributive Justice.”...
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  • Argument Against Carr and Bluffing in Business
    A code of ethics is typically a gathering of different ethical theories put together to make one code of beliefs. A code of ethics is completely different from moral code which is also an extremely important. A code of ethics is a set out general principles about an organization's beliefs on matters...
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  • The Underlying Causes of the 1905 Revolution in Russia Were Not Political. Whatever the Revolutionaries Wanted, It Was Not the Overthrow of the Tsar.' How Far Do You Agree with This Claim?
    'The underlying causes of the 1905 revolution in Russia were not political. Whatever the revolutionaries wanted, it was not the overthrow of the Tsar.' How far do you agree with this claim? This essay will assess the claim that the underlying causes of the Russian revolution of 1905 were not...
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  • An Argument for Same-Sex Marriage
    An Argument for Same-Sex Marriage Chad Harris South University Online An Argument for Same-Sex Marriage My wife has marched and or taught winter guard and color guard for about twelve years now. Through the connections and relationships she has forged over the years I have become well inform...
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  • Response About Reading "Invent Argument"
    1) A synopsis of the argument ¡°crisis¡± What are we going to do? It is a main topic of the chapter 6. The book shows us a few essays to relate to crisis. That is about the nature of crisis or college education or the relationship between two countries. They introduced to us why we have to us...
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  • Argument Readings
    In “Who Are You Animal Rights Activists Anyway?” by Tom Regan, he was telling the general public about the views of animal rights activists. Regan has written several essays on animal rights and is recognized as a key intellectual leader of the animal rights movement and has also written several...
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  • Please Write in at Least 200 Words a Well-Organized Essay Arguing for or Against the Decision Recently Made by the Ma Administration to Allow Chinese Students in Taiwan to Join the National Health Insurance System.
    Essay: Recently there has been a heated discussion about the decision made by the Ma Administration to allow Chinese students in Taiwan to join the national health insurance system.. Some people agree with the decision while others may take an opposite attitude. It is such a complex issue that peo...
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  • Counter Argument
    Counter-Argument When you write an academic essay, it is your chance to make an argument. You state your thesis, and then you find evidence to support that thesis. One useful tactic when writing an academic essay is to think about the possible arguments which could be made against your thesis. T...
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  • Anselm's Ontological Argument 2
    St. Anselm’s Ontological Argument appears in chapter two of his famous Proslogion, and is his authoritative statement of the argument. The whole basis of Anselm’s argument rests upon the idea that God is “that than which no greater can be conceived”. This form of argument is a reductio ad...
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  • Argument and Logi
    Argument and Logic Rose Longacre PHI/105 November 17,2010 Bryan Rice Argument and Logic In the free will versus determinism excerpt, it asked if we believe that the behavior of atoms is governed entirely by physical law. It also asked if we believe that humans have free will. I answered ye...
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  • The Argument of Abortion
    Abortion The argument of abortion has been raging since the Supreme Court case, Roe vs. Wade, in 1973. This court case has divided the country into two factions: pro-choice and pro-life. Pro-life advocates argue that abortions are murder and extreme levels of child abuse, while pro-choice advocate...
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  • Do You Agree That the Pm Enjoys Absolute Power Within the British System of Government?
    -Do you agree that the PM enjoys absolute power within the British system of government?- The claim that in Britain the political system is in transition towards a prime ministerial government is a very controversial subject of discussion in modern times. The aim of this essay is to prove that t...
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  • Economic Argument
    But the Economics Profession Right Now *Is* Useless... The Economist gives us economists too much credit. It writes: In... the idea that economics as a whole is discredited... backlash has gone far too far.... Economics is less a slavish creed than a prism through which to understand the world.....
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  • Success of Aquinas’s Cosmological Argument
    Thomas Aquinas’s cosmological argument is a posteriori argument that Aquinas uses to prove the existence of God. Aquinas argues that, “Nothing can move itself, so whatever is in motion must be put in motion by another, and that by another again. But this causal loop cannot go on to infinity, so...
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  • The Value of the Internet Lies in the Fact That It Is Not Regulated.”Do You Agree? Is Regulation Desirable or Possible
    "The value of the internet lies in the fact that it is not regulated.”Do you agree? Is regulation desirable or possible? According to BARRY, (2010) the Internet’s first effective use was to assist in communication services for armed forces. Considering this, would it be small minded to belie...
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  • Argument
    Argument Paper When it came to deciding whether or not to pursue my Masters Degree the influencing factors were unknown to me at the time but one thing was for certain, despite the factors that contributed to my decision the reason was to achieve a personal goal that I had challenged myself w...
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  • An Argument for Gay Marraige
    Writing 2010 Paper 1 2/3/2010 The issue of gays rights to marry is a volatile and extremely relevant issue our country is facing today. This issue has been a long time in the making, and many people have had to undue hardships in life because of the current si...
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  • Why Does a Critical Understanding of Social Science Explanations Require an Awareness of the Methodological Choices Made by the Researchers
    ”Criticality refers to attempts to show on what terms personal and public knowledge are jointly articulated and where their positional differences lie”(Clough 2010), furthermore it is the attempt to question the foundations on which public knowledge has been built. In attempts to decipher these...
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  • A Memorable Speech Does Not Define nor Exhaust Its Possibilities. Do You Agree?
    A memorable speech does not define nor exhaust its possibilities. Do you agree? In your answer, you must make reference to the language, content, construction and context of Faith Bandler’s Faith, Hope and Reconciliation, 1999 speech and ONE other speech of your own choosing. Memorable speeche...
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