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Give a brief explanation for why you selected the topic that you did.

Week 1 Discussion
Philosophy deals with two key areas: life’s big questions and the role of the individual.
In the Week 1 discussion, we will explore big questions (as this is what people often associate with philosophy). For this week’s discussion:
Introduce yourself to your peers by sharing something unique about your background. Explain how you expect this course will help you move forward in your current or future career.
Select one of the topics listed below. You are not answering the question in each topic, rather exploring information to make connections. No one has the answers but the more you engage with these types of questions, the more you will understand the meaning of philosophy.
Topics to consider:
What is the meaning of life?
What is knowledge (and how do we attain it)?
What is real?
Give a brief explanation for why you selected the topic that you did. Possibilities include:
Why is this question interesting to you?
What personal connections do you make with this topic? Why?
Be sure to respond to at least one of your fellow classmates’ posts!
(classmate post)
Patrice
RE: Week 1 Discussion
Hello everyone:
My name is Patrice. I am a wife and mother of two amazing teenagers. I am a KDP author with Amazon and a local direct sales representative. I expect this course the open my mind to look at things differently and challenge my brain to think outside the box. Having a daughter with autism has truly made me look at the world through a different lens. It has made me think about how I look at things not in just what my normal eye sees but how what I see affects the world around me.
The topic that I consider was “What is the meaning of life?” For me, the meaning of life is to find a connection with something or someone. I remember when I was younger and asked my dad if he died tonight, would he feel that she lived his best life possible? He would always answer “No because there is always something to learn and different ways to grow every day.” I have learned a much for each person that I have to pleasure to meet in my life. With each encounter, I have learned how to dance in the rain, not to worry about tomorrow, learn to laugh before I cry, and think of three ways to solve a problem.

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Comments from customer the instructions, rubric, and the 3 necessary sources lis

Comments from Customer
The instructions, rubric, and the 3 necessary sources listed in the instructions are attached.

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“i’ve graded discussion 3 and added my own thread to the forum, on the difference between induction and deduction as exemplified in the sherlock holmes’ video and short story.

I’m adding here the discussion questions but don’t answer those questions. I have already submitted those. I’m attaching here the discussion questions and the readings just to give you the idea of the topic. I’m adding here the example my professor have given basically that’s the discussion answer and two other examples. These are my professor’s instructions for the paper you will be writing and it will be really great if you can write something better then the other two examples I have attached he wants me to write something like that. he stated,
“I’ve graded Discussion 3 and added my own thread to the Forum, on the difference between induction and deduction as exemplified in the Sherlock Holmes’ video and short story. It contains some thoughts on both types of inference that I’d like to share with you.Here’s an offer: if you read it and reply substantively to the thread, I’ll raise your grade. The more substantial your reply, the higher I’ll raise your grade on the assignment. If you earned a perfect score (60), then I’d be REALLY interested in your response, and I’ll raise your grade, too.”
So, it’s basically an extra credit assignment. You have to write the distinction between induction and deductions and give their examples using p1, p2, c and using x,y,c the the way the examples have used. And you can add if they are valid or invalid. I have given all the examples and the instructions.

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These are the videos related to the writing.

I’m attaching here the instructions. If you need one more page to write let me know please. These are the videos related to the writing.


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Are there problems that you see with it?

we are given a text we have to read from and do the instructions of the assignment. Please after reading the text and deciding on an example message me so i confirm with the professor if the example the writer has chosen is acceptable so i’d prefer they start working on it as soon as possible
These are the instructions:
1. Choose some specific experience that you have had or can have involving the use of memory. The kind of “memory” involved can be any discussed by Bergson: habit memory, retention, recollection…even pure memory. The example can be anything, from recognition, to perception, to recollection, to dreaming…even to deja vu! The first task is to describe the experience in careful, precise detail, just as it is (or was) experienced. At this stage, do not rely on Bergson’s conceptual scheme; just give a common sensical description, albeit one involving attention to detail!
2. Next, explain how Bergson would describe the experience you chose. You will want to make use of his terminology where possible: duration, tension, levels of consciousness, attention to life, etc.
3. Finally, consider how well your description accords with how Bergson would describe the same experience. Are the differences just due to relying too much on common sense ideas? Are there features of the experience that are not captured well by Bergson’s account? Are there problems that you see with it?

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Professor is very strict and will not allow it whatsoever.

please only use the files i uploaded.
no additional information at all.
professor is very strict and will not allow it whatsoever.
thank you

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– make it organized with paragraphs

Topic: To what extent does the Copernican revolution conform to Popper’s account of the aims and methods of science?
Citations: only use pages from the book (not even the whole book). Only the ones I attached.
comments:
– Do not make it overly professional
– Make it organized with paragraphs
– Times New Roman (12 pt) double-spaced
– You can use the first person if it will aid in your discussion

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Have a maximum of 6 premises and a minimum of 3.

1. Follow the instructions on the Argument Analysis worksheet file attached. Have a maximum of 6 premises and a minimum of 3.
2. Then follow the instruction on the Exploration file.

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(1) how do the categories alienation, condemnation, enslavement, and depravity as described in the reading, lecture, and videos have in human suffering?

Discussion Board: Relying on Strachan chaps 2, Read Keller chaps 1-4; Genesis chapter 3, please post your beliefs about human nature and sin. What do you believe about sin and human problems and suffering? (1) How do the categories Alienation, Condemnation, Enslavement, and Depravity as described in the reading, lecture, and videos have in human suffering? (2) How does your belief compare to the insights offered by Keller? (3) What role does community and relationships play in human suffering?
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Discipline: Epistemology worldview
Strachan, O. (2019). Reenchanting Humanity: A Theology of Mankind. Mentor. ISBN-13: 978-1527105027. Kindle edition available from Amazon.com:

Keller, T. (2015). Walking with God through suffering. Penguin. ISBN-13: 978-1594634406

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Why or why not?

PART I
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Identify at least two areas in which you have knowledge, at least two areas in which you want to know more about, and why this is of interest to you.
PART II
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Love Languages Reflection: https://5lovelanguages.com/.
Take a few minutes to explore the Web site. Complete the survey to find out your love language. Then have a significant other such as a spouse, partner, family member, etc. (does not have to be a romantic interest) complete the survey as well.
In a well-written summary, reflect on both survey results, and respond to the following questions.
Describe your love language supported with lesson content.
Were you surprised by the results? Why or why not?
Describe the other person’s love language.
Again, were you surprised? Why or why not?
What changes can you make to communicate and express love more effectively to your significant other?