Topic A: Rawlsian JusticeJohn Rawls claims that justice comes down to a notion o

Topic A: Rawlsian JusticeJohn Rawls claims that justice comes down to a notion of fairness. He proposed a thought experiment wherein he proffers an ideal “original position.” The idea is that representatives of the people operate behind a “veil of ignorance” when determining what policies are in the best interests of all of the citizens.… Continue reading Topic A: Rawlsian JusticeJohn Rawls claims that justice comes down to a notion o

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Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:Textbook

Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:Textbook: Review chapters as neededLessonLink (library article): Talking about religion — at last: Old taboo is fading, but broaching the subject still requires restraint (Links to an external site.)Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook/lesson)InstructionsFor this assignment you are required to sit down for a… Continue reading Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:Textbook

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Description:For this forum, choose one of the following topics to respond to for

Description:For this forum, choose one of the following topics to respond to for your initial post. When you respond to your peers please respond, if possible, to a learner who has posted a contrary view on the topic you selected and then, at a minimum respond to at least one learner who has posted on… Continue reading Description:For this forum, choose one of the following topics to respond to for

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a philosophy writing question and need guidance to

Learning Goal: I’m working on a philosophy writing question and need guidance to help me learn.Thinking About Thinking: Metacognition Description: Explore how thinking about thinking helps students better manage their own learning and learn difficult concepts deeply. Directions: You will watch: Thinking About Thinking: Metacognition at Develop a reflection including the following: Three (3) ways… Continue reading Learning Goal: I’m working on a philosophy writing question and need guidance to

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a philosophy question and need a sample draft to h

Learning Goal: I’m working on a philosophy question and need a sample draft to help me learn.IntroductionFacione & Gittens (2016) state, “Strong critical thinking about complex and difficult social policies demands that we respect those with whom we disagree” (p. 344). The authors of your text ask us to take seriously the points of view… Continue reading Learning Goal: I’m working on a philosophy question and need a sample draft to h

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Directions:Return to your Module 2 lecture and discuss how you responded to the

Directions:Return to your Module 2 lecture and discuss how you responded to the “Explanations Examples”. Tell us how you answered each and your reasoning in doing so. The exercise is attached, and also in Files. Respond to each item. Respond to two classmates– required. You will be scored on completion rather than correctness Requirements: 1p

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Module 1, Written Response 2Review Study Guide Worksheet-Chapter 1Define and exp

Module 1, Written Response 2Review Study Guide Worksheet-Chapter 1Define and explain each item on the outline. I look for specific answers that reflect the readings.Chapter I: The Power of Critical Thinking.Explain/define the following:Statements and claims Claim; statement Proposition Disagreements: Explain/Define the following (from lectures and text).Factual Disagreement Interpretive Disagreement Explain/Define the following (from lectures and… Continue reading Module 1, Written Response 2Review Study Guide Worksheet-Chapter 1Define and exp

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Questions: Myth of the Cave 10 pointsWritten response: Answer the following ques

Questions: Myth of the Cave 10 pointsWritten response: Answer the following questions: Submit online,Who are the prisoners? Why are they chained? What does it symbolize? What are the shadows? In you view, who is the prisoner that is freed? What does his pain represent? What does the fire represent? What is Plato saying in this… Continue reading Questions: Myth of the Cave 10 pointsWritten response: Answer the following ques

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Assignment: In about 1,000 total words (plus or minus 150), answer both of the f

Assignment: In about 1,000 total words (plus or minus 150), answer both of the following prompts and all of their sub-parts. If you want, you may copy and paste the assignment on a new document and individually answer each question. Use1. What does Jean-Paul Sartre mean by the slogan, “existence precedes essence”? a. Explain what… Continue reading Assignment: In about 1,000 total words (plus or minus 150), answer both of the f

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